Playing electrical Russian roulette

Playing electrical Russian roulette
YANGON (Reuters) – Not everybody in military-ruled Myanmar is cursing the blackouts.[Lees verder]

Crackdown on officials with mistresses
BEIJING (Reuters) – China plans to sack all officials found to have secretly “kept and supported” mistresses, in a move aimed at raising social morals, state media reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

Bank puts faith in credit for clergy
SEOUL (Reuters) – One of South Korea’s top banks has rolled out a new credit card for Protestant clergy that will give them breaks on Bible purchases and allow them to gather bonus points they can turn into donations for their churches.[Lees verder]

India looking for “Mr Condom”
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India, struggling to promote greater condom use among its population, is looking to hire its own “condom man” to follow the example of a former Thai cabinet minister who successfully pushed for safer sex, the Times of India reported.[Lees verder]

Playing electrical Russian roulette
YANGON (Reuters) – Not everybody in military-ruled Myanmar is cursing the blackouts.[Lees verder]

Crackdown on officials with mistresses
BEIJING (Reuters) – China plans to sack all officials found to have secretly “kept and supported” mistresses, in a move aimed at raising social morals, state media reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

Bank puts faith in credit for clergy
SEOUL (Reuters) – One of South Korea’s top banks has rolled out a new credit card for Protestant clergy that will give them breaks on Bible purchases and allow them to gather bonus points they can turn into donations for their churches.[Lees verder]

India looking for “Mr Condom”
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India, struggling to promote greater condom use among its population, is looking to hire its own “condom man” to follow the example of a former Thai cabinet minister who successfully pushed for safer sex, the Times of India reported.[Lees verder]