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The Hindu in School handwriting contest ends in a flourish

The ‘Cello Pointec Best Handwriting Wizards 2017’ hosted by The Hindu in School in association with BIC Cello India, turned out to be an occasion for students not only to prove their skill in handwriting skill but to also get calligraphy tips on improving the much needed skill. The multi-purpose hall of K.
 

Adityanath asks BJP functionaries to shun contracts

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi today asked all BJP office bearers and public representatives not to undertake any contractual work and instead monitor them for effective execution. He said BJP’s unprecedented win the recent Assembly elections had only increased the responsibilities of the party and its workers.

Beijing’s pick chosen as new Hong Kong leader despite more popular opponent

Political party Demosisto, founded by the young pro-democracy protest leader Joshua Wong, said in a Facebook post that ȁ#x201c;this result is a nightmare to Hong Kongers.ȁ#x201d; It said it would organize ȁ#x201c;a large civil disobedience protestȁ#x201d; when Lam is sworn in on July 1.

ATM hacker, a rickshaw-puller, held from Uttarakhand

BHUBANESWAR: A school dropout, who used to make his ends meet by pulling rickshaw in Delhi, prompted the commissionerate police to examine at least 50 lakh phone call details before identifying him and arresting him from Uttarakhand on Sunday in connection with some recent The accused Ajay Choudhry,....

Expert suggests leaving seatbelt sign on too long could be bad for flight safety

An airline safety expert says plane crews may be unwittingly compromising flight safety by leaving seatbelt signs on too long. Greg Marshall suggests passengers may not see the need to remain buckled up if the signs remain illuminated during a smooth ride or if no one has explained to fliers what’s going on.

Ball State University enrollment spikes due to autism degree

MUNCIE, Ind. Enrollment in Ball State University’s Teachers College has hit a record high due to demand for analysis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder. The Teachers College expected 150 students at most when it began offering an online-only master’s degree in applied behavioral analysis with....

Carrier deal touted by Trump unusual for Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state of Indiana as it offers $7 million of incentives to a company still planning to cut about a third of its some 1,600 jobs.

Farage demands ex-ukip MP Carswell calls BY-ELECTION

'I had hoped that Ukip would be the vehicle for change,' he said. 'I am afraid to say I don't think it is. It's a mini-me version of all the big established parties and all their mistakes and merits.' He said he would not trigger a by-election because he had not switched parties.

City police creating intelligence and investigation bureau that will focus on quality, not quantity

A new city police intelligence and investigations bureau will focus on the quality of information, not quantity. A comprehensive review of the intelligence model in 2014 revealed the need to “create better efficiencies, such as centralizing resources and creating more efficient methods of managing information,” said Staff Sgt.

Low-cost airline easyJet close to landing post-Brexit EU base

EasyJet will announce within weeks the location of a new European base as Britain's airline industry grapples with the potential consequences of a 'hard Brexit'. Sky News understands that the low-cost carrier's board has pencilled in an April decision on the location of a new air operator's....

Health fight makes both parties irrelevant (Viewpoint)

which can be better described as a health care crisis. Fellow Republicans, many of which have been bleating for years about fixing Obamacare - with absolutely no clue and little interest about exactly how to do that - don't want to hear it. Democrats don't want to hear it.

Budget padding: Prosecute indicted officials, SERAP tells Buhari

A rights advocacy group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately order relevant anti-graft and security agencies to prosecute principal officers of the National Assembly that were indicted over the padding of the 2016 budget .

We saw police sergeant kill 16-year-old Obinna Iwuoha –Survivors

Chidiebube Okeoma. Two out of the three young men who survived the bullets shot at them by a Police Sergeant, Wilson Ufere, said they saw the Police officer shoot 16-year-old Obinna Iwuoha to death on Thursday evening at Okohia community in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State.

How Buhari restored Nigeria/U.S. ties –Ambassador

The Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of Nigeria in Washington, Ambassador Hakeem Balogun, has described the relationship between Nigeria and the United States of America as “very warm.” Balogun told the Correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria that the relationship had improved greatly since Muhammadu Buhari became president.

Family of missing ex-FBI agent files lawsuit against Iran

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The family of a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran a decade ago on an unauthorized CIA assignment has filed a lawsuit against the Islamic Republic, accusing it of using “cold, cynical and false denials” to torture his loved ones. The lawsuit by Robert Levinson’s family in U.

Carrier deal touted by Trump unusual for Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state of Indiana as it offers $7 million of incentives to a company still planning to cut about a third of its some 1,600 jobs.

EasyJet close to landing post-Brexit EU base

Sky News understands that the low-cost carrier's board has pencilled in an April decision on the location of a new air operator's certificate (AOC), which will allow it to continue flying between EU member states. The decision will effectively entail the establishment of a new legal headquarters for....

B.C.’s working poor: Meet the people whose jobs don’t pay the bills

More than half a million people in B.C. live in poverty, nearly a quarter of them children whose families struggle every day to provide the basics of life: nutritious food, warm clothing and safe shelter. The solution to improving the lives of these families is not as simple as: “Get a job.

Book excerpt: Roger Stone's 'The Making of the President 2016'

Like Truman’s whistle-stop events, Trump rallies became the focal point of his entire campaign, amplified by the cable news networks that carried his rally speeches around the clock. He drew enormous crowds and voters found him funny and genuine. All the while, his trusted press aide Hope Hicks was....

Pakistan to build fence along disputed Afghan border

Amid worsening ties with Afghanistan, Pakistan announced Saturday it had started building a fence along the volatile Afghan-Pakistani border. Islamabad said the move is aimed at restricting the movement of Islamist militants that cross over the porous border and launch attacks on Pakistani soil.

Taiwan lawmakers hope Hong Kongers can choose gove...

Taipei, March 26 (CNA) Politicians across party lines in Taiwan said Sunday they hope the people of Hong Kong will have a right to choose their top government leader, as people here do. Commenting on the selection of Carrie Lam as the Chinese special administrative area's chief executive by an....

Nkrumah not the founder of Ghana – Mike Oquay...

The Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye, has described as palpable false, claims that Dr. Kwame Nkrumah founded independent Ghana. His comment revives the long-standing debate about the actual founder of Ghana especially after the president, Nana Akufo-Addo subtly also suggested so in the....

Red tape delays Ethiopian migration to Israel

Jerusalem (AFP) - Thousands of Ethiopians with family members in Israel have again had attempts to join them delayed, this time by a paperwork logjam, Israeli officials said on Sunday. Threatened by a revolt on the issue within the ruling Likud party, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government....

Caf secretary general resigns

The Confederation of African Football's secretary general Hicham El Amrani resigned on Sunday, just over a week after elections swept long-standing president Issa Hayatou from power. El Amrani, in a letter to African football associations, said he would be departing on Monday, but gave no reason for his decision.

Current Strife In Ndc Won't Lead To An Implosion -Ablakwa

Member of Parliament for North-Tongu Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa says the current strife in the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will not lead to an implosion. He is convinced the party would soon put their issues behind them and "it would not get any worse that it currently is".

More Than 1.2 Million People In Ghana Ar...

More than 1.2 million persons from 15 years and older are estimated to be unemployed, representing the total unemployment rate of 11.9%, according to the Labour Force Survey Report. Of this number, about 714,916 are females, representing 57.2 per cent and 535,997 for males representing 42.8%.

First glimpse of 268 home development on Green Belt land in Sefton Liverpool Echo

© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc. This is what a new housing estate will look like if plans are approved to build 268 new homes on Green Belt land. Nuffield College is behind the scheme to build a collection of new homes on fields near Thornton in Sefton.

UK targets WhatsApp encryption after London attack AFP 24 mins ago

© Provided by AFP WhatsApp is a mobile messaging service The British government said Sunday that its security services must have access to encrypted messaging applications such as WhatsApp, revealing it was used by the killer behind the parliament attack.

Fed up with Philly sports? There an app for that.

Did you call sports-talk radio and rant? Punch something? Get drunk? Fandom is a place of suffering. And Bagelle and two friends since middle school, Jeff Phillips and Tim Wozniak, are hoping to cash in on it with their SportsVenting app, focused on fans’ frustrations and the teams they hate. With a free app launched Feb.

Carrier deal touted by Trump unusual for Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state of Indiana as it offers $7 million of incentives to a company still planning to cut about a third of its some 1,600 jobs.

Ball State University enrollment spikes due to autism degree

MUNCIE, Ind. Enrollment in Ball State University’s Teachers College has hit a record high due to demand for analysis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder. The Teachers College expected 150 students at most when it began offering an online-only master’s degree in applied behavioral analysis with....
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