The crisis in Syria raises many questions in regard to the United States’ role in the conflict, especially as the issue of chemical weaponry comes to the forefront. Tonight on “Piers Morgan Live,” the host speaks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, getting to the bottom of the question: What exactly are chemical weapons?.
I not sure when this picture was taken, but somewhere in the early It hard to imagine him looking like this. He graduated from Eaton High in 1944, at the age of 17. He was anxious to join up and be a soldier. Leading them was his granddaughter, Zarine Engineer, veteran of many a battle to preserve the colony’s pristine heritage.The object of their cool fury wasn’t the carts dispensing aloe vera juice to the walkers, yoga practitioners, the laughter club members who descend on the colony’s huge greens, nor the dubious “beautification” by local councillors driven more by kickbacks than aesthetics. The real and present danger was the Street Vendors’ Act 2014, bringing in Mumbai’s No 1 enemy: hawkers.Licences had been issued for 544 street stalls here and in the adjacent Matunga Hindu colony (as sylvan, if less homogeneous). The allotment showed scant regard for the community’s fire temple and schools, which continue to replenish communal bonds.The Street Vendors’ Act was prompted by the constitutional right to livelihood, but it would have spelled the death of the unique colony.
After Madaio left and tried to turn in more petition signatures but were turned away, city clerk Dwayne Harris said.NJ Weedman people turned around and out of the door without making a fuss. Was extent of the conversation, Harris said. Now the marijuana legalization activist, who has been involved in numerous skirmishes with the establishment, said in a jailhouse phone conversation that he punched out a lawsuit against the clerk for him from getting the ballot petitions.
London Fashion Week 2017: 7 trends you can actually wear next seasonThe catwalks were full of must have trends for the next Autumn/Winter season, from the humble turtle neck to knits that got us talking. Here are some of the trends we’ll be coveting.17:00, 22 FEB 2017We round up LFW’s stand out trends and pieces (Image: Rex) Get Money Deals updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailIf New York fashion week wasn’t enough to get our tongues wagging and inspire our wardrobes for the next season, London Fashion Week has certainly excited us a whole lot further.A jam packed week of new catwalk trends, global supermodels flying into town and VIP fashion week parties were bound to leave us with a lot to talk about.Where on earth do we start?The famous front rowers as predicted were out in full force. We saw the likes of veteran supermodel Naomi Campbell , pop star Katy Perry (who sported new blonde locks) and actress Penelope Cruz grace the capital’s FROWs.We also saw the long awaited return of French designer Roland Mouret , who showed in London for the first time in 16 years.(Image: Rex)As far as trend watching was concerned, all eyes were on Burberry to lead the British fashion pack, and Christopher Bailey sure put on a show to remember.