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First Facts About the Legal Downloader: The Digital Gamer Undressed

San Francisco, CA, October 07, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / In its latest analysis,, the digital deal and price search portal, takes a first look at the digital gamer.

"While we know some facts about the digital market and its business participants, we hardly know anything about the people that really drive this market - the digital gamers," comments Sebastian Lindig, CEO of Deals4Downloads.

Imagine you are the next Jesus - Secrets of Eastern Super-Men Revealed To West

San Francisco, California, United States of America, October 5, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / - You are living in a period of rapid changes. The next 14 days will be filled with opportunities and dangers. But will you be able to recognize them? Fortune will smile on some men. Disaster will dog the footsteps of others. Which ones will you choose?

We have heard it from Einstein, we heard it from Emerson, Carl Jung said it, so did Napoleon Hill... your mind is thousands of times more powerful than you have ever dreamed! We all have heard a version of it, yet very rarely do we come across a proven step by step method that actually shows us how to tap into this apparent reservoir of untapped potentials! In the recent years we have seen the popularity of new age ideas like law of attraction rise and fall, some saying it works yet many others sorely disappointed by lack of success. Yet while the debate still goes on and scores of new age books overflow the shelves of bookstores, one underground teacher has been steadily changing lives and consistently delivering results to virtually anyone who is able to find him. Today, celebrating his 100,000 student mark, this reclusive mystic and spiritual teacher opened up to us.

Runaway Slave: New Film on Growth of Black Conservatism in Tea Party: Trailer

Woodstock, GA, October 8, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) The rising phenomenon of Black Conservatism is the subject of a new documentary titled, “Runaway Slave.” With release set for early 2011, a trailer for the movie has already received more than 200,000 views on YouTube

The film, produced by a Georgia-based documentary film studio, follows Rev. C.L. Bryant, a former NAACP Chapter President and self-professed Democratic radical turned pastor, political activist, Tea Party supporter and Black Conservative. Rev. Bryant is seen tracing the footsteps of runaway slaves through the Underground Railroad. From the slave ports of New Orleans to Chicago’s Cabrini Green to Martin Luther King’s birthplace in Atlanta, the film explores how 95 percent support of the Democratic Party has negatively impacted the Black community.

New Mexico Women In Film to Host Inside Look at Film & TV Industry with Top Professionals

Albuquerque, NM, October 8, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) New Mexico Women In Film (NMWIF) will host “Where Did They Film That?” – An Intimate Afternoon With the Film Industry’s Top Location Professionals on Sunday, October 17, in Albuquerque. The event promises to give the general public and industry pros, alike, an inside look into what it takes to be a Location Pro: how they get the job done, how they are hired, what opportunities are available in the film industry, and much more.

The event features a prestigious panel of Location experts who have worked on Academy and Emmy award-winning films and television dramas and many other notable projects such as, “No Country For Old Men,” “The Book of Eli,” “Crazy Heart,” “Terminator Salvation,” “In Plain Sight,” and “Breaking Bad.” A question & answer session will follow the panel presentation.

Michelle Obama Official White House Portrait Doll (Limited Edition Worldwide Release)

Exton, PA, October 8, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) - The award winning doll makers of The Franklin Mint have made history once again with the worldwide release of the Michelle Obama Official First Lady Portrait Doll – a stunningly lifelike replication, with a Limited Edition of just 9,900.

Video - Short film Chimères Absentes (Rome Film Festival) French diva Fanny Ardant commended for highlighting Roma maltreatment

Hindus are asking French actress Fanny Ardant (Ridicule) to exhibit her short drama “Chimères Absentes”, being shown at upcoming Rome Film Festival, to Pope Benedict also to make him aware about Roma (Gypsy) apartheid happening right under his nose in Europe.

Watch Chimères Absentes - the Fanny Ardant short film - online on Washington Bangla Radio.

Dance with the stars of the NCPA Nakshatra Dance Festival

Mumbai, Maharashtra, October 7, 2010 /Washington Bangla Radio - India PRwire/ -- India's premier artistes of high renown - Alarmel Valli, Ayona Bhadhuri, Kanak Rele, Prateesha Suresh - will come together on one platform to strike awe amongst the audience with their spell binding performances! The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), India's premier arts and culture institution presents one of the most captivating dance celebrations, the NCPA Nakshatra Dance Festival this October. Scheduled to commence from 4th to 15th October at the NCPA, Mumbaikars will be privy to an aural and visual treat of four spectacular performances, two workshops on various dance forms and a dance lecture.

Second Asia-Pacific Film Contest Launched by The Asian Development Bank (ADB) - Theme is Water Crisis

MANILA, PHILIPPINES, October 7, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / ADB) - The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is launching its second video competition which is open to all aspiring filmmakers across the globe.

The video contest – My View H2O: The Asia-Pacific Video Contest – promotes awareness of the causes, implications and solutions to Asia’s looming water crisis.

DVD Review: Hal Hartley's The Unbelievable Truth (1990) Special 20th Anniversary Edition

Hal Hartley's 1990 Debut Feature Film "The Unbelievable Truth" to be Released as a Special 20th Anniversary Edition DVD. It's been 20 years since the theatrical release of Hal Hartley's critically acclaimed first feature film, The Unbelievable Truth, in which he introduced audiences to the talents of Adrienne Shelly, Edie Falco, and Robert John Burke.

Interview : Getting Chatty with Rishabh (Samir Sharma) of Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki

CALCUTTA, Oct 04, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRLog) – In the midst of a busy day, where Samir Sharma, who is popularly known as Rishabh of Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki, takes out some time for a chat to let us know  what he feels about the events in Rishabh’s life. “Rishabh has grown as a character. He is confident, has the ability to get what he wants and at the same time he does not recognize the value of relationship. With what had happened to him in the past, he always considered money as more powerful than anything else and hence wanted to acquire it as much as he could. He had all the luxuries he could get, but still he was not at peace with himself.”

 But this young, rich, spoilt man, married Rani who is a contrast to Rishabh. “Rishabh wanted to just get rid of Rani, as he was blindly in love with Anjali, who was with him only because of the money. Rani took care of him as a loving wife and tolerated all his bad behavior with a  smiling face. That’s when the transition started happening. He started realizing how frivolous Anjali was and how Rani stood by him. Samir says,  “Rishabh’s entire transitional sequence is close to my heart, where Rishabh tries to kill Rani, and the realization dawns and the transformation happens. I feel, as actors we come across various human traits and we learn from it. People react in a particular situation because they feel it’s correct for that situation. But later when they introspect, they realize what’s actually correct and this phase  of metamorphosis has made Rishabh what he is now.”

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