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AYUSH doctors threaten to launchindefinite strike tomorrow

Registered AYUSH doctors in Hubballi-Dharwad have announced that they will launch an indefinite strike against the alleged harassment by the District Health Officer and his team on Thursday. Speaking to presspersons here on Tuesday, AYUSH Federation of India State president N.A.

International delegation on MSME study tour

A delegation of 28 executives from 21 countries visited Mysuru as part of their study on “SME financing-Approaches and Strategies” on Tuesday. The delegates were from Mauritius, Tajikistan, Uganda, South Africa, South Sudan, Laos, Maldives, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Liberia, Afghanistan, Myanmar,....

Jeevan Reddy ridicules KCR’s claim on Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project

Congress Member of Legislative Council T. Jeevan Reddy has ridiculed Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao for claiming that the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project would provide irrigation to 75 lakh to 80 lakh acres in the State. “How can the Chief Minister claim that the KLIP would irrigate 80 lakh....

Top news of the day: Railways announces fare hike, Internet services in Kashmir government hospitals to be restored from midnight, and more

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Naidu shedding crocodile tears for Amaravati farmers: Minister

Tourism Minister Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao on Tuesday accused TDP national president N. Chandrababu Naidu of shedding crocodile tears for the farmers of the 29 villages in the Amaravati Capital region. He was speaking at the New Year celebrations at the party office here in the presence of Gajuwaka....

Mysuru’s industrial landscape set for a change

The city’s industrial scenario is set to change in the coming decade as a slew of industrial majors including MNCs such as Samsung have evinced interest in establishing their manufacturing units here. The story of industrial development of Mysuru in the last two decades was by and large of factory....

Poster released on nationwide strike of insurance employees

Insurance Corporation Employees Union (ICEU) released a poster pertaining to the nationwide strike of insurance employees on January 8. LIC Employees Union president A. Srinivas, General Secretary A. Raghunatha Reddy, women’s wing convener G. Parijathamma and GIC Employees Union leaders Ram Babu and....

Panel denies permission for reclaiming wetland

A request for reclaiming nearly 90 acres of wetland at Kottukal, Thiruvananthapruam, which was “severely inundated” in the 2008 floods, for Vizhinjam seaport project has been declined citing ecological reasons. An expert report of the State Level Monitoring Committee (SLMC) of the Kerala....

In Kashmir, post-paid SMS, Internet in govt hospitals to be up from midnight

The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Tuesday announced the restoration of short messaging service (SMS) on all post-paid connections and the starting of Internet facility in all government-run hospitals in the Kashmir Valley from midnight of December 31, coinciding with the New Year festivities.

Revelers around the world usher in the new decade

Revelers around the globe are bidding farewell to a decade that will be remembered for the rise of social media, the Arab Spring, the #MeToo movement and, of course, President Donald Trump. A look at how the world is ushering in 2020: AUSTRALIA. More than a million people descended on a hazy Sydney....

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Prophet Segun Phillips, who confessed to killing Favour Daley for ritual purposes, is not a member of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church, the church has declared. A statement by the Chief Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Cherubim & Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria, the umbrella body of C & S churches worldwide, Apostle M.

MIL-OSI Translation: The pro-Towns fund projects for the rehabilitation and technological upgrading in the urban areas

Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2. The last notíciasPropostas submitted in 2019 at the latest addition to the R$ 3.5 billion. The program will need an additional$ 1 billion of FGTS to finance actions in the 2020Brasília, 31/12/19 was Released in September of this year, with$ 4 billion available for....

MIL-OSI Translation: 17 motions are filed in the last week of the year

The bills presented on December 30 are: 1. To modify the Law that establishes thirty-day payment, to eliminate the possibility of the parties to agree to an exceptional payment term that exceeds that of the general rule contained in said law (bulletin 13147). Of the independent Renato Garín; Boris Barrera PC; and FRVS Alejandra Sepúlveda.

MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Treasury Solicitor Jonathan Jones QC awarded KCB

Government Legal Department Permanent Secretary, Treasury Solicitor and HM Procurator General Jonathan Jones QC was recognised for providing legal services of the ‘highest calibre’ and the building of a shared legal service across government, as well as his wider contribution to the leadership of the Civil Service and of the legal profession.

MIL-Evening Report: How to avoid the dentist this holiday (and what to do if...

– By Arosha Weerakoon, Lecturer, General Dentist & PhD Candidate, The University of Queensland. Hooray it’s the holidays! Time to organise the pet sitter, mail and dentist. Wait, what? It might be worth squeezing a trip to the dentist before you go. One in 12 travel insurance claims are for dental emergencies.

Macron set to stand firm in pension strike standoff

Paris (AFP) - French President Emmanuel Macron will address the nation Tuesday in a bid to win support for a pension overhaul that has prompted the biggest transport strike in decades, upending travel plans for thousands over the holidays. The strike -- now the longest such transport stoppage since....

The boron market is expected to reach $1.7 billion by 2024 with a CAGR of 3.4% from 2019 to 2024

NEW YORK Dec. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Trends, opportunities and forecast in boron market to 2024 by source (mine source, salt lake source and others), application (glass, ceramic, fertilizer, detergent, and others), and by region ( North America Europe Asia Pacific , and the Rest of the World) Read the full report: https://www.

2019 Healthcare Payer Analytics Market Trends Report: Technologies, Applications, Vendors & Profiles

Research and Markets Logo. This report reviews the current state of the market, categorizes the different kinds of vendors and solutions, and describes in some detail vendors' capabilities for meeting the needs of their payer customers. It focuses on the solutions that are enabling greater payer....

Expressions of support, faith for Rep. John Lewis abound after revelation of stage 4 pancreatic cancer

The cancer was discovered during a routine checkup this month, and the diagnosis was confirmed, Lewis said in a statement. "I have been in some kind of fight – for freedom, equality, basic human rights – for nearly my entire life. I have never faced a fight quite like the one I have now," Lewis said.

Cross-border meetings revived after Shabaab attacks in Wajir

Wajir County Commissioner Jacob Narengo who has said that the county security team will revive the joint cross-border meetings between communities living in Kenya and neighbouring Somalia in a bid to combat increased cases of violent extremism. PHOTO | BRUHAN MAKONG | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary.

Israeli lawmaker aims to oust Netanyahu in Likud primary

Despite the shadow of corruption indictments hanging over him, Netanyahu remains popular among Likud members and the fiercely loyal party, which has only had four leaders since its inception in the 1970s, has stood firmly behind the long-serving leader.

Larry Braga

. The family of Larry Braga announces his passing at his St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, residence on Nov. 15, 2019. Larry was a native of Washington state and an avid Seattle Seahawks fan. After formal education and graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and became a trained photographer.

The Year in Review: May to June

Photo by GOVERNMENT HOUSE Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. and Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach, center, pose with Cabinet members who were sworn in Tuesday at Government House on St. Croix. They are, from left, Labor Commissioner Gary Molloy; Internal Revenue Bureau Director Joel Lee; Motor Vehicles Bureau Director....

Teacher fired for lighting up in classroom

Unclear on the concept. WJAR reported that an unnamed substitute teacher was fired on Dec. 16 for smoking marijuana in a classroom at North Attleborough High School in North Attleborough, Massachusetts. Peter Haviland, principal at the school, said students reported the incident and the teacher was removed from the school premises.

Kuwait’s oil sector to lift growth in 2020-22

Non-oil growth averaged 2.3% in 2016-19, slightly above the regional average (though in line if Saudi Arabia is excluded). Absent major economic shocks, we expect a similar or slightly better performance over the next few years with solid employment growth among Kuwait nationals a government....

Thuraya signs strategic partnership agreement with Rockville technologies (Pvt.) ltd. To boost satellite IoT & M2M communication services in Pakistan

On this Agreement signing ceremony Abrar Ali Khan who is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Rockville Technologies said: “We have always tried to come up with unique solutions by using cutting edge technologies to address market need as well as solve day-to-day unique challenges faced by our customers.

Record online sales give U.S. holiday shopping season a boost -report

Overall holiday retail sales, excluding autos, rose 3.4%. "E-commerce sales hit a record high this year with more people doing their holiday shopping online," said Steve Sadove, senior adviser for Mastercard. "Due to a later than usual Thanksgiving holiday, we saw retailers offering omnichannel....

Win $272mln in cash prizes at Dubai Shopping Festival

The Dubai Shopping Malls Group (DSMG), in collaboration with Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), will give away Dh1 million in cash prizes during the 25th edition of Dubai Shopping Festival starting on December 26. With every Dh200 spent at any one of the participating malls, 10 lucky....

NEOM, UPM partner to offer hospitality sector jobs to Saudis

RIYADH NEOM has entered into an agreement with the University of Prince Mugrin to provide job opportunities in the hospitality and tourism sector to hundreds of students from the NEOM and Tabuk region. Starting in January, up to 250 applicants will be selected to participate in a hospitality undergraduate program at the University of Prince Mugrin....

Support women’s sports clubs, say Saudi Shoura Council members

Women had shown outstanding performance in different fields such as education, leadership, and economics, he added, noting that clubs would be founded in 13 administrative regions and provided with enough support to help women practice all sports anywhere and anytime.

“I’m still scared” – Asia remembers tsunami that killed 230,000

On the morning after Christmas Day in 2004, a 9.1 magnitude quake off northern Sumatra island triggered a tsunami with waves as high as 17.4 meters (57 feet) that swept over vulnerable coastal areas of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries.
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