Published on 18 February 2017 by Dr .M.N.K. Bose
In most other countries, including the developed ones, female children are brought up in such a way that they grow weak, meek, submissive and domesticated, based on the belief that biology is destiny. This belief is instilled in girls through socialization practices such as male chauvinism and institutional sexism in male-dominated institutions such as schools, colleges and work places.
Published on 16 February 2017 by Amrita Satapathy
Apart from being the mundane apparatus for pouring tea into a cup, teapots ooze a sense of style and are extremely classy much like a Victorian dame. They can be used for haute décor, as collectorsʼ item, as a centerpiece, as childʼs play thing and anything else that your wild imagination can convert them into.
Published on 19 March 2012 by Rame Sharaf
Published on 19 March 2012 by
The National Dialogue Conference will take place by the end of March, according to the GCC Initiative and its implementation mechanism. What topics would you most like to be discussed and highlighted during this conference?
Published on 5 March 2012 by
Basam Al-Forari, 26, English teacher
According to my mind, he will not stay because he has committed lots of crimes. So he cannot live safely .He was granted immunity but it cannot protect him from victims’ families. They will look for him in order to take revenge.
Published on 5 March 2012 by Mubeen Esam / email@example.com
Have you ever asked yourself what it was like when cars were first introduced into Yemen – or what our means of transportation were before cars appeared?
Published on 5 March 2012 by
International support is crucial to secure a stable future for Yemeni people, says Progressio, a UK-based charity organization.
Published on 5 March 2012 by Khalid Mohammed Al-karimi
Candles boast of their ability to mitigate the gloomy hours of the night. The blaze of one candle suffices, allowing us to complete our assignments, compose paragraphs or even an essay. Indeed, we are indebted to all candles. Once the power is on, they are all extinguished. Yet the smart candle retorts “Soon I will be the sole recourse.’’ As a consequence, I had the following conversation with a candle:
Published on 5 March 2012 by Sharique Naeem
The London Somalia Conference held at Lancaster House, UK, on February 23, is another example of the hypocrisy of democracies. It shows how the torchbearers of democracy are eager to impose models based on their own vested interests in foreign lands. Two years ago, the same Lancaster House hosted the London Afghanistan Conference, in which the UK government proposed its plans for stability in Afghanistan, in order to minimize threats to the UK. However, to date Afghanistan is a country suffering due to occupation, where the native population is not only subjected to physical occupation but their beliefs are also ridiculed and insulted.
Published on 5 March 2012 by Awadh Mubarak
The revolutions of the “Arab Spring” inspire optimism in each individual who suffered the yoke and despotism of the region’s autocratic regimens. These revolutions mark the beginning of a new era for the Arab World.