New Delhi -
A 23-year-old economics graduate was crowned Thursday maharaja of a centuries-old royal family in southern India in an elaborate ceremony involving 40 priests and attended by 1,000 well-heeled guests.
With the arrival of a new Prince today it seems British royalty will be with us for many more years to come as evidenced by the worldwide enthusiasm for the latest addition to what is indisputably the most famous royal family in the world.
Morocco's topselling Arabic language weekly 'Nichane', which had taken up in the past taboo subjects like monarchy and Islam, closed shop last week blaming "the highest circles of power" for organising a boycott of advertisers.
The Georgia Renaissance Festival just ended another season of fun, food and frolicking for all who attended. It was the 25th year of amazing days and crazy knights offering entertainment that included everything from wenches, royalty, acrobats and crafts.