General’s Funeral in the Capital

A funeral doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. In fact, more and more people are accepting funerals as celebrations of life rather than somber affairs. Although there are times to be solemn, “humor is a powerful thing,” Cunningham says. Read More »

In Memorial of General after Attack

Planning a funeral or memorial service is a highly personal process, and your decisions will be shaped by your life experiences, your relationship to the deceased, what the deceased wanted or what you desire for yourself after you die, what you can afford, and a myriad of other factors. Read More »

The General’s Funeral

Bring up the value of her time and make that the reason why she should attend the demo. Read More »

Visiting the Family After Attack

Visiting family during the holiday season can be a wonderful way to enjoy treasured traditions and catch up with far-flung loved ones. Read More »

Noor Ali Tabandeh died at 92

As a young man he received teachings from his father in Beydukht Gonabad, and learnt the rudiments of Islamic science and traditional and modern astronomy. Read More »

Introducing an Unmanned aerial vehicle

The term drone, more widely used by the public, was coined in reference to the early remotely-flown target aircraft used for practice firing of a battleship’s guns, and the term was first used with the 1920s Fairey Queen and 1930’s de Havilland Queen Bee target aircraft. These two were followed in service by the similarly-named Airspeed Queen Wasp and Miles ... Read More »