Entries by Preetam Kaushik from 11/2012

Bond With the Best: 007 Does Not Need a Licence to Kill in Bed

| Posted 11.06.2012 | UK Entertainment

Popular cinema will not let Bond die. Given his prowess for survival 007 may live even beyond the end of times!

The Dragon Goes Gangnam: China Celebrates the Nobel Prize for Literature

| Posted 11.07.2012 | World

In 2010 the Nobel Prize for Literature was given to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, who is serving an 11-year sentence for his pro-democracy views. Officials in China went into a fit of rage. But 2012 saw the Prize go to Mo Yan, an important member of Communist Party.

Democracy Triumphs in America, Romney Wins Hearts by Being Graceful in Defeat

| Posted 11.08.2012 | UK

2012-11-05-HP_World_Graphic_300x70.pngIf the presidential race were to be re-run after Romney's concession speech, the Republican candidate may have denied his Democrat rival a second term.

Spielberg's Tribute to Lincoln: The Iconic Filmmaker Loves Larger Than Life Themes

| Posted 11.10.2012 | UK Entertainment

A six-year-old boy on his first visit to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, could not muster the courage to look at the face of the giant-sized statue of the man who abolished slavery in America. Steven Spielberg's gaze stopped at the hands of Abraham Lincoln. He was quite shaken by the experience.

A Different Arab Spring: Has Israel Opened the Gates of Hell by Targeting Hamas?

| Posted 11.15.2012 | UK Politics

An interesting development, although largely symbolic to assuage local sentiments, was the recalling of the Egyptian ambassador in Israel. The Egyptian TV network did not clarify whether the envoy was recalled for consultations or to express displeasure of the Israeli action.

The Next Technology Revolution: Will the Developing Countries Steal the Thunder?

| Posted 11.23.2012 | UK Tech

Those who argue, rather dream, that the next technology revolution will take place in the developing world seem to have missed out on a number of factors which favour the West.

The Next Technology Revolution : Will the Developing Countries Steal the Thunder?

| Posted 11.23.2012 | UK Tech

Those who argue, rather dream, that the next technology revolution will take place in the developing world seem to have missed out on a number of factors which favour the West.

VoIP - The Future of Calling?

| Posted 11.25.2012 | UK Tech

Voice over internet protocol is the future of calling. Just like landlines and the telegraph machine, one day even SIM cards will demand their own spot at the technology museum.