Why Batman Is One Of The Most Successful Superheroes

June 28, 2012 12:00 pm1 comment
Why Batman Is One Of The Most Successful Superheroes

Batman is without a doubt one of the most famous super-heroes of all time. His position in pop-culture strengthens year by year, in spite of the fact the character was created more than seventy years ago. The questions is: how did such a creature become admired by so many? Bruce […]

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The Festival of Chariots organised by The London Ratha Yatra.

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The Festival of Chariots organised by The London Ratha Yatra.

On Sunday 17th, I went along to see and photograph the event ‘Festival of Chariots’ which was organised by The London Ratha Yatra. Ratha Yatra is the International Society for Krishna Consciousness and the society holds these events throughout the world. It features three huge, wooden chariots pulled by hand […]

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England fired by the Azzurri after a failed Italian job.

June 26, 2012 11:10 am0 comments
England fired by the Azzurri after a failed Italian job.

England are out of Euro 2012, yet again beaten before a semi final stage and yet again beaten on penalties after being outplayed for the majority of the match. At first glance it seems same old England but there were many positives to take from the game, particularly in the opening […]

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Why is eating meat morally unacceptable?

June 25, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
Why is eating meat morally unacceptable?

Most arguments for the moral obligation of vegetarianism either follow Peter Singer’s lead and demand equal consideration for animals on utilitarian grounds, or they follow Tom Regan’s deontological rights-based theory. I will try to defend utilitarianism as the ultimate ethical theory that is able to compromise an active solution to […]

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The vicious media circle

June 24, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
The vicious media circle

The media can be a very influential factor when it comes to what we think and do. As it comes in many different formats, ranging from TV to radio to print, it can be hard to escape. It can hold the power to shape our perception of things and how […]

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The Berber Kiss

June 23, 2012 12:00 pm1 comment
The Berber Kiss

Everyone else is asleep. It’s almost eleven o’clock, but I can’t sleep. I lie tossing and turning in my bed. Above me on the wall are framed verses from the Quran. Even I know the characters Allah Akbar, ‘God is Great’. I smile. Is it his will that I am able to […]

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Liverpool FC and Brendan Rodgers – Love At First Sight or Just A Quick Fling?

June 22, 2012 12:00 pm2 comments
Liverpool FC and Brendan Rodgers – Love At First Sight or Just A Quick Fling?

So after much speculation and bookies’ odds fluctuating more than my average weight around Christmas, Liverpool have finally decided to appoint Brendan Rodgers as their new manager. The immediate response from the Liverpool faithful when the news first came in was that of trepidation followed by, in most cases, an […]

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Spain flex their muscles as Torres Torments the Irish

June 21, 2012 12:00 pm0 comments
Spain flex their muscles as Torres Torments the Irish

If there was anyone voicing doubts over Spain’s ability to retain their title as European Champions after La Roja stuttered to a one all draw with Italy, they were silenced in overwhelming fashion on Thursday night. Spain skillfully brushed the Irish aside to record a result which leaves them with […]

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