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"We’ve seen the future, and it is not
Professors Margaret H. DeFleur and Melvin L. DeFleur
more than 1,200 teen-agers in 12 countries
from all parts of the world - including Pakistan & Bangladesh - for a project entitled ‘The
Next Generation’s Image of Americans.’. Their conclusions: "We’ve seen the future, and it is not pretty.
While there were variations from country to country, these
youngsters think they know a lot about us. They are convinced, for example,
that we are violent, materialistic and want to dominate other people. ..it is a collective
perception with the scary potential of becoming a bloody reality when some
of these global teens come of age."
South Asian Heritage
- Dharmrajika Stupa
The stupa of Dharmarajika was started by
Asoka. It is about 3 kilometers from the Taxila museum on a metalled road ; the chapels surrounding it are mostly gone except for the foundations
and a few stucco figures . According to Marshall "
In the chapel G5 was found some of the most interesting relics yet
discovered in this part of India. Read
Remains of the Dharmrajika Stupa
Roadsters are the stuff that male fantasies are made
of. Owning a road-hugging growler is almost an attainable dream now for
most mortals. Starting at $19,000, the price tag
accelerates faster than the 3.6 second Ferrari take-off.
From the pages of History
Islands - in 1884-
of the earliest travelogues on Maldives, this article was
written by C W Rosset and published in The Graphic in
1886. It is an account of Rosset's stay in the group of Maldive
Islands in 1884.
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