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The Hijri Calendar or the Islamic Lunar Calendar

When Islam emerged in the 7th century, there were a number of calendars in use all around the world. Most of them were solar, some of them were lunar and the lunisolar ones. All of them unlike 2010 calendar or 2011 calendar were created and implemented in different civilizations in the world. Significantly all of them had different starting dates called as epochs. This inconsistency among various calendars eventually became a problem for young Muslims.

A Royal Romance Is Announced

The announcement from Clarence House in London, city home of Prince Charles, of the engagement of Prince William, eldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, to Ms. Kate Middleton has already captured the attention of much of the world. It’s another of those fairytale romances, in which the handsome prince marries his glamorous princess, that touches all our hearts.

Thirteenth Francophone Summit

The 13th Francophone summit that got over on the 25th October, 2010 in Montreux, Switzerland is the recent information about Africa. During the meeting, the Canadian Prime Minister announced that over $40 million would be given as financial assistance to the African Francophone nations. In addition to this info about Africa, the Canadian Prime Minister also extended financial assistance amounting to $1 million to those stricken with the cholera epidemic in Haiti. Further, in relation to this data about Africa, the Canadian Prime Minister also announced that the funds would be sourced from the $1 billion offered by Canada during the Muskoka Initiative, initiated during last year’s G8 meeting. The objective of this initiative was to improve maternal and child health in developing nations.

Flying International Flags the Right Way

When international visitors come to town, it is always a treat to see flag of their country flown proudly. However, sometimes international flags are unknowingly flow in ways that could appear to downplay another country’s importance. In order to avoid any appearance of inequality between nations, it is important to fly international flags correctly. Before you purchase international flags for a government building or place of business, be sure to read “Flying International Flags the Right Way.”

Freight Forwarders Air Cargo Carriers Back in Black After Volume Spikes 38%

The air freight market has experienced a better than forecasted first half of 2010, after slipping more than 23 percent in 2009. It appears the air freight recovery for carriers may be short lived as a re-balancing period will come back and force carriers to deliver cheap freight quotes, and once again look for load matching services to fill empty space.

Ladyboys and Homosexuality in Thailand

Ladyboys, known as “katoey” in the Thai language, remain a deep fascination for those who travel to Thailand, which is seen by many tourists as a country totally devoid of homophobia. However, in Chiang Mai recently, a popular late night dance club posted signs which said, “No Ladyboys”.

Korea – A Model of Development for Other Nations?

Is the South Korea Economic Development success a model for other nations? Probably not. South Korea has too many unique characteristics that lead to its success.

Doctors Without Borders – Part Two

Doctors Without Borders Part One was an overview of this humanitarian organization’s efforts to aid those in need of food, shelter and medical attention in many troubled spots around the world.  Part two is their efforts within the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and more specifically, the region of eastern Congo in the provinces of North and South Kivu.

Gillard Increases Efforts For Education

For a lot of people wishing to move into Australia, education would be one of the biggest factors that have affected their decision to go. Indeed, Australian education has long been considered as one of the best in the world today. This is why countless of people arrive in the country each year to enroll in the schools here.

Doctors Without Borders – Part Three

This article on the nature of refugee camps is the third and final post highlighting the efforts of the international organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). What would you do if armed conflict suddenly erupted around your town or within your neighborhood?

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