According to the wife of columnist
Mat Vicencio, a man called up on Tuesday afternoon and told him: 'Tigil mo na 'yang kalokohan mo.
The Supreme Council approved appointment of prominent columnist
Baig Raj as WCC's general secretary while columnist
Saleem Ashraf was appointed as district president of WCC Sheikhupura.
A serious columnist
is expected to be hard on those who govern.
said Iran's nuclear program would be used to help the country develop its industrial, agricultural, and service industries.
The anonymous columnist
was also optimistic that the cabinet would "make good on its promise to deliver more" because "most ministers now have experience in working in the public sector.
Using the combined circulation reached by each columnist
, the 10 most widely read accounted for more than 35 percent of the total market, and the top 18 columnists
reached as many readers as the other 183.
Kasher ordered Philadelphia Newspapers, publisher of the Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News, to negotiate "an appropriate remedy" that could include a return of Smith as columnist
and back pay, according to an account on the national Newspaper Guild's Web site by the editor of the Guild Reporter, Andy Zipser.
He was a columnist
for the Journal, and its predecessor, Canadian Churchman, for 14 years (1976-1990).
If you're not happy with how they're conducting themselves, vote with your feet," says columnist
When Guillen responded to Jay Mariotti's criticism last week by insulting the Chicago Sun-Times columnist
and ESPN ``Around the Horn'' panelist to a group of reporters, he committed a sin that, 20 or 40 or 60 years ago, might never have become public.
Paul Krugman is a columnist
on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times.
An Establishment Columnist
Admits Middle Class Being Eroded
Columns by the legendary Washington Post syndicated columnist
From New York Times columnist
Thomas Friedman, who awoke November 3 feeling "deeply troubled" about his countrymen, to Los Angeles Times photographer Luis Sinco, who abruptly left Iraq because of the election's "clear-cut signal" that "we as journalists are not changing anybody's mind about this conflict," reporters seemed to take the results as a personal repudiation, requiring immediate reassessment.
Mark Lawrenson, BBC pundit and newspaper columnist