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Before reading this Article, please take the following quiz. The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States provides, in part: "Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; . . . . " (2)On the basis of your personal understanding of this sentence's meaning (not your knowledge of constitutional law), please indicate whether you believe the following sentences to be true or false. _____ 1) In time of war, a federal statute may be passed prohibiting citizens from revealing military secrets to the enemy. _____ 2) The President may issue an executive order prohibiting public criticism of his administration. _____ 3) Congress may pass a law prohibiting museums from exhibiting photographs and paintings depicting homosexual activity.
India’s economy: Slip-sliding away. Opinion / Editorial : One step forward, two steps back. Hopelessly ineffectual and constitutionally suspect, the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Bill, 2011 is nothing less than a betrayal of national trust.
It is inexcusable that a Bill, substantially weaker than the August 2011 version that was forced to be withdrawn on the widespread belief that it would be fortified in key areas, has been tabled in the Lok Sabha. The whole purpose of the exercise is supposed to be the creation of a strong, effective, and credible mechanism to go after corruption, especially political corruption, which has assumed monstrous proportions in India. The key provisions of the new Bill relating to the selection of the nine-member Lokpal, its anti-corruption functions and powers, and administrative control over India's premier criminal investigation agency mock that purpose.
Thrill of the chaste: The truth about Gandhi's sex life - Features - Books. It was no secret that Mohandas Gandhi had an unusual sex life.
He spoke constantly of sex and gave detailed, often provocative, instructions to his followers as to how to they might best observe chastity. And his views were not always popular; "abnormal and unnatural" was how the first Prime Minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru, described Gandhi's advice to newlyweds to stay celibate for the sake of their souls. But was there something more complex than a pious plea for chastity at play in Gandhi's beliefs, preachings and even his unusual personal practices (which included, alongside his famed chastity, sleeping naked next to nubile, naked women to test his restraint)?
In the course of researching my new book on Gandhi, going through a hundred volumes of his complete works and many tomes of eye-witness material, details became apparent which add up to a more bizarre sexual history. Two years later, as his father lay dying, Gandhi left his bedside to have sex with Kasturba. Outdoor Gear and Thermodynamics: How to Layer For Optimal Comfort … Even on Everest. Skin Anatomy: Our skin is richly vascular; these vessels keep our skin healthy but also help regulate our temperature. Sensory nerves in our skin constantly feed information about our environment to the brain. Sensing cold, and we restrict the flow of blood to deeper vessels, protecting our core. The hotter our perceived environment and blood is diverted superficially to radiate heat. Our central nervous system also engages the sweat glands to spill off fluid—and with it—heat.
Illustration by Steve Graepel While on their way to the summit, the National Geographic Everest team will contend with many expeditious foils, including lack of appetite, decreasing atmospheric pressure, dubious weather, and no doubt the big chill. But regardless if you are chopping steps at 8,000 meters or kicking glides on spring snow, the laws of thermodynamics universally apply. Overheating: Above an ambient temperature of 88˚F, the body's thermostat kicks in its cooling system through sweating. Design Evolution of 40 Famous Corporate Company Logos « my mcLife. Do you know the reason why there is small cut in the Apple logo?
Or did you ever wonder what the Microsoft logo looked 20 years back? Or perhaps you may have wondered the actual meaning behind BMWs logo? This article showcases 40 famous company logos and describes how each has evolved from its origins to the modern styles of design that we see today. Some of the logos are relatively straight forward and obvious with there designs, while others are a little bit more obscure and don’t seem to have any recognizable connection with the companies product and there resulting origins may seem unbelievable and astonishing. Volkswagen The first Volkswagen logo was designed by Franz Xavier Reimspiess, a Porsche employee during an office logo design competition. Shell Back in 1900, when Shell was launched the logo was a realistic and simple shell which lies flat on the ground.
Master Card Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo’s distinctive logo was created in 1910 by a draftsman named Romano Cattaneo. Saab Nike Mazda.