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  2. Wikipedia:List of online newspaper archives - Wikipedia

    This is a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives. Most are scanned from microfilm into pdf, gif or similar graphic formats and many of the graphic archives have been indexed into searchable text databases utilizing optical character recognition (OCR) technology.

  3. Anti-Indian sentiment - Wikipedia

    "Bangladesh's anti-Indian gun running and insurgent havens persist". by Dr. Subhash Kapila, South Asia Analysis Group, 29 April 2004. "Why are some Bangladeshis anti-Indian?" by Habibul Haque Khondker, The Daily Star, 24 July 2009. "Rethinking anti-Indianism in Nepal" by Trailokya Raj Aryal, MyRepublica, 25 April 2010.

  4. Anti-Hindu sentiment - Wikipedia

    An editorial in Pakistan's oldest newspaper Dawn commenting on a report in the Guardian on Pakistani Textbooks noted 'By propagating concepts such as jihad, the inferiority of non-Muslims, India's ingrained enmity with Pakistan, etc., the textbook board publications used by all government schools promote a mindset that is bigoted and obscurantist.

  5. Spillover of the Syrian civil war - Wikipedia

    The spillover of the Syrian Civil War was the impact of the Syrian Civil War in the Arab world and beyond. Since the first protests during the Arab Spring, the increasingly violent Syrian Civil War has been both a proxy war for the major Middle Eastern powers, Turkey and Iran, and a potential launching point for a wider regional war.

  6. Loblaw Companies - Wikipedia

    In 1928, with 69 stores throughout Ontario, the company unveiled its new state-of-the-art head office and warehouse at Fleet and Bathurst streets, along today’s Lake Shore Blvd, in Toronto. At a cost of $1.25 million, the Loblaw warehouse was likened to a "temple of commerce" and hailed as a model of efficiency. [13]

  7. List of proxy wars - Wikipedia

    This is a list of proxy wars.Major powers have been highlighted in bold. A proxy war is defined to be "a war fought between groups of smaller countries that each represent the interests of other larger powers, and may have help and support from these".

  8. Charles Ingram - Wikipedia

    Charles William Ingram (born 6 August 1963) is an English fraudster, novelist, former British Army major and computer repairman who gained infamy for his appearance on the ITV television game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?.

  9. Common law - Wikipedia

    In 1154, Henry II became the first Plantagenet king. Among many achievements, Henry institutionalized common law by creating a unified system of law "common" to the country through incorporating and elevating local custom to the national, ending local control and peculiarities, eliminating arbitrary remedies and reinstating a jury system—citizens sworn on oath to investigate reliable ...