Gibson (he has my complete respect) should give away the profits as Christ would have. Mr. Gibson probably has given orders of magnitude more money to charitable causes than the sum of all donations by these self righteous reviewers. As someone who has smoked for 20+ years, Reds are one of the few commercial cigarettes I can still handle. They still smoke and taste almost like they once did. Camels, Winstons, even Spirits became garbage after FSC became law (2009 ish nationwide).
21 Dec 2017The Gujarat campaign revealed local issues including farm distress that the BJP government will examine and redress speedily. But despite BJP’s seat tally being less than that predicted by exit polls, the results are a strong vindication of the Gujarat model and Modi’s leadership, BJP general secy Bhupendra Yadav told TOI.Students disappointed with FTII’s Film Appreciation course08 Jun 2018The month long Film Appreciation (FA) course jointly run by the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and National Film Archive of India (NFAI) every summer, has been an important spot on the calendars of film aficionados across the country and abroad for many years.I’ve lost weight caring for people: CM Shivrah Chouhan03 Jun 2018Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday criticised Congress for instigating the farmers’ unrest and said that the party was playing politics over the ‘dead’.Vegetable supply down in mandis, triggers price rise03 Jun 2018Residents were forced to buy vegetables at higher price on second day of farmers agitation on Saturday on account of less arrival in Karond, Bhadbhada and other mandis.Maths claims 2.5 lakh scalps in SSC28 May 2018Maths claimed maximum casualties with at least 2.5 lakh students having failed the subject in SSC results declared on Monday. The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) declared 67.5% pass result a good 31.74% students failed to pass maths exams.Costly equipment have no takers in Rajasthan University’s astro centre17 Dec 2017A day after home minister Bhupendra Singh said Madhya Pradesh government is all set to table a bill in the next assembly session to curb obscenity on TV channels and social media, minister of state for school education Deepak Joshi has sought a ban on social media for students.Madhya Pradesh: 11 suspected maoists arrested in Balaghat11 May 2018Madhya Pradesh police on Friday arrested 11 suspected militia members of the CPI Maoists from forest areas of Balaghat district.