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The panel at the CSI That Works corporate-interest breakfast consisted of Lisa Vetten, Bafana Khumalo and Dr Lesley Ann Foster. Opening the session, chairman of the FirstRand Foundation Sizwe Nxasana (left) (Johann Barnard) This point was made
A " CSI " honcho who's being sued for alleged outrageous homophobic antics -- including drawing penises on the workstation of a man he though was gay -- now says it's BS, because some of his best friends are homosexuals. A set painter -- who says he'
Ride Along' Sequel, Another CSI' Spinoff, and the Emmys Expand In the entertainment industry news comes out fast and furious, and sometimes the importance and impact of some of those developments gets lost in the shuffle.
Hence, it is no wonder finding the best buys and places that offer fair prices for household items is a popular conversation topic among Malaysians. Ng Soi Young is a second generation small store owner from the Kerling, Selangor. He finds that the
The bill was passed by the Senate on Tuesday by a vote of 25-10 and has been referred to the House State Affairs Committee. Sen. Michelle Stennett, D-Ketchum, voted against it. CSI now prohibits possession of firearms, explosives and other
The Department of Public Health is standing behind the company it hired to check the backgrounds of those vying for medical marijuana licenses even as the vetting process comes under scrutiny. Creative Services Inc., a Mansfield-based company, was
Network executives are working on conceiving another ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ spin-off. If you can remember,
The net is looking to extend the brand by airing a backdoor pilot that was inspired by Producer Mary Aiken, who previously worked as a cyber-psychologist. Set to bow as a CSI episode in the spring, the action will revolve around a special agent named
The detectives met with Nicole McCarter, Gifted and Talented teacher for Rockaway Borough 's seventh and eighth grades. They discussed their job, showed students how they obtain and use fingerprints to help solve crimes, and gave students a tour of
Calling on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to stop Abhay Singh Chautala and Lalit Bhanot from being part of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA's) Electoral College, Clean Sports India (CSI) has told the IOC that given the anomalies, the