I have received more than ten telephone threats from strangers telling me that either I can sing and Act, or I secuestraran and they will yield acidic, counts Firoz in Kabul. We live in a country full of insecurity, war, Taliban, lack of rights of women, forced marriages or children, honor killings there are so many problems that I don’t know where to start, it continues. This rap singer remembers well the years he spent as a refugee with his family, first in Iran and later in Pakistan, and that the issue of displaced persons, is precisely the central theme of his first hit, Hamsaya has (our neighbors, in dari). What happened in Iran and Pakistan, half of us ended up addicted to the drug and the other half became terrorist, RAPS Firoz, who says having wanted to launch the message that Afghans should not again be an armed conflict. Susan had just one year when he fled with his family to Iran, where they spent eight years until, tired of suffering a hard treatment by the police and the Government, decided to go to the camps of Afghan refugees in Pakistan.
We were outside our country fifteen years due to the civil war and later the Government of Taliban extremists, says Susan, he has also acted in plays and local films. Although it covers hair with a handkerchief, Firoz wears t-shirt and jeans, unlike many Afghan who continue resorting to the burqa and other more conservative clothes, despite the years that have passed since the fall of the taliban regime. The return of the vocalists during his Government (1996-2001), the Taliban banned Western music and favored the religious songs, in addition to reducing the role of women in society to the tasks domestic, to the extent of banning female education.
3D design courses: put the thermometer at our creative promote the creation of young talents, disseminate and promote culture as one of the great collective goods of our time are some of the objectives of the contemporary Foundation, which will focus his work on the creation of information networks and the transmission of knowledge. This institution has launched the Observatory of culture, an initiative whose goal is to capture State and tendency of contemporary culture, as well as obtaining a few indicators that allow us to describe a concrete vision of the cultural landscape. At your first consultation, valued by one hundred representatives from different disciplines: writers, graphic artists, actors, editors, filmmakers, musicians, architects, etc., offers interesting results: the State of Spanish culture in the present moment has been qualified with 6.1 points over ten, gastronomy, architecture and graphic image to be the most valued disciplines and film and music the least appreciated. Before the questions about the strengths and weaknesses of the Spanish culture, the surveyed professionals valued as strengths the creativity, dynamism, innovation and imagination and enthusiasm and ambition (63%). In terms of weaknesses, emphasize cultural relations with public administrations: insufficient dissemination of national and international (29%), lack of support, investment and promotion, also including the private sector (27%); influence of public institutions (22%). The dynamism of Spanish culture, is counteracted by the almost 30% of respondents who speak of provincialism, conservatism and lack of risk. It is our obligation as people young prove that creative ability and the spirit of sacrifice are well above the social strata.
vLex, innovative Spanish company that offers online international legal information services, launches its new global platform to offer all the legal contents of the world through a unique multi-lingual search and navigation system. The new global platform has more than 12 million documents and contents of 49 publishers from around the world that are available in 9 languages. vLex, through its own technology, has developed major databases of international legal information available to users and customers that require a source of unlimited information with content updated daily. Also the new global platform boasts more than 100 new and improved features to streamline the process of searching and organizing documents: Download complete PDF documents, translation of books, Live Chat with personal vLex, alerts, labels staffs to the classification of information and custom searches based on the profile of the user, among others. Thus, the systematization of information of vLex technology allows any legal operator to have access to the complete legal information of more than 93 countries to a click away, anytime, from a single search engine. Our goal is to rationalize the law so that the professional user can find information updated and more relevant in a single subscription platform, preventing user access partial information or need to consult different sources. With the launch of the global platform, the final objective of vLex is to be the most comprehensive international legal market information source, says Lluis Faus, CEO of vLex.
Since its birth in 2000 and being one of the first Spanish legal publishers that identified the future business of the online documentation, vLex has exported its model to Europe, United States and Latin America. Its consolidated experience on the Internet has contributed to events such as the recent presentation in Mexico before senior officials, law specialists and university professors, has been a success. The forecast of the Spanish Publisher online is to end 2007 with EUR 3 million, 50% more compared to the previous year. vLex starts a new phase, being the most innovative product concept both functionalities in the Spanish market and now also in the international market, which means to compete with large international groups. The truth is that our platform has been a success in many countries of Latin America and United States. At the moment we already cover 93 countries and they are going to be many more, adds LLuis Faus, CEO of vLex. On the other hand, vLex announces that its portfolio of clients has surpassed 10,000 customers at the international level among legal practitioners and Jurists, administrations, institutions and citizens in general. The increase in the portfolio of clients, which is 37% more than the previous year, demonstrates the unstoppable growth of the Spanish company and confirms the success of the international expansion plan.
At first glance, this seemed destined to increase the business of railway undertakings, because at that time, this meant that carts and harnesses, would increase earnings of the companies. That is the origin of the roads which are often seen by the side of the tracks. As virtually the railways gave gain until the beginning of the Decade of the thirties, in that way the railroad, began to fund the infrastructure of the medium, so much prejudice would you cause. Each time that we have the opportunity, share reflections on the railway issue in the country, we tend to, cite a guide of the South communications Americans, published in 1925, which can be found at the National Library of the city of Buenos aires. This guide shows the detail of schedules and routes of trains and Argentine passenger vessels and its connections to South America. By way of curiosity, is there announced a combined service from train and boat, which allowed to go from Buenos Aires to Lima in seven days.
Two years earlier, President Alvear, had issued the decree by which air transport was organized in the country. Stopped reading of the above-mentioned Guide, leads us to think about that, to that date it was composed of the transport system in the country, and all I needed was a constant technological updating. The railway South American congresses of 1910 and 1922, reveal the situation of a medium which in fact constituted a monopoly on land transport. However, poco for after the first world war, linked to the emergence of the United States, as a world power, the automotive industry in this country, began to place their products in the country, which obviously began to circulate on those roads that financed a surplus railroad. In the book my life of rail English in argentina, published by Arturo Coleman, in Bahia Blanca in 1949, this author says that when in the year 1931, Sud rail, paid by last time dividends to its shareholders, of gave account that the hegemonic landscape began to change.