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Pledge vs disbursement

Feb 21, 2017- On Sunday, India agreed to extend a soft loan of $340 million to Nepal for the construction of 15 road projects and a bridge. An understanding was signed between the two countries in the presence of Physical Infrastructure and Transport Minister Ramesh Lekhak and Indian Railways....

UML welcomes poll date announcement

Feb 21, 2017- The CPN-UML has welcomed the Cabinet decision to announce the poll date, hinting that the main opposition would allow the government to forward the constitution amendment bill for the parliamentary process. “Our party will fully support the government in holding the polls,” said Bhanu....

Kin of Nepali victims yet to receive compensation

Feb 21, 2017- The families of Nepali workers who were killed in the landslide in Dehradun, India are yet to get compensation from Uttarakhand government even after 10 months of the tragic incident. Ten Nepali workers were killed in Chetra Village in Dehradun, India, as they. were buried under boulders after a landslide hit the region in May, 2016.

Three NSW by-elections within weeks

By-elections for the northern Sydney seats of Manly and North Shore, and the seat of Gosford on the state's Central Coast are likely to be held on the same day in late March or early April. Speaker Shelley Hancock on Tuesday moved to firm up the dates with the NSW Electoral Commission after former....

After a lifetime of banking, it’s difficult to process this FirstMerit transaction

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One of Vietnam’s many young startup entrepreneurs, Mr. Pham Anh Duc passed the entrance exam at the Medical University but then decided to head abroad and study at a foreign university. After returning to Vietnam he became Marketing Director at the Lazada E-commerce Company before beginning his Vicare.

PM hopes for Morocco’s enhanced cooperation with Vietnam

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc expressed his hope that Morocco will expand multifaceted cooperation with ASEAN, including Vietnam. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc shakes hand with the Moroccan Ambassador (left). Receiving newly appointed Moroccan Ambassador to Vietnam Azzeddiine Farhane in Hanoi on....

Singaporean PM, hosting Netanyahu, endorses ‘two-state’ plan

SINGAPORE — Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, hosting a visit by his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, said Monday his country believes in a “two-state solution” to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Lee explained his stand at a joint news briefing with Netanyahu, who does not endorse the two-nation approach.

State-owned KAI surfaces as potential LRT investor

State-owned railway operator PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) has been mentioned as a possible investor in the Rp 23.3 trillion (US$1.7 billion) light rail transit (LRT) project in Greater Jakarta, which has hit a stumbling block as a result of the cash-strapped state budget.

Academia Iding Rosyidin Heads the political department, School of Social and Political Sciences at Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (UIN) Islamic or Muslim leader?

Muhammad Abduh, an Islamic reformer from Egypt, once said “I went to the West and saw Islam, not Muslims. I returned to the East and saw Muslims, not Islam.” His statement triggers the question: which one is more important, Islamic values or Muslim themselves? If we bring it to politics, the....

Violence increases as govt speeds up development in Papua

As the government accelerated development in Papua, violence increased in the region last year, risking a trust building process campaigned by the Joko “Jokowi” Widodo administration. The Setara Institute recorded that the number of human rights abuse cases had increased to 68 cases from 16.

News Jakarta sharpens claws for delinquent taxpayers

The Jakarta administration is stepping up efforts to increase tax revenue, including integrating data, forming a confiscation team and using drones to map information about taxpayers’ properties. Jakarta Deputy Governor Djarot Saiful Hidayat said after a meeting at City Hall on Monday that the city....

Indonesia focuses on internal reform to enhance investment climate

While it is fully aware of the importance of promoting the country’s huge potential overseas, the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) aims to focus on overcoming domestic bottlenecks to improve the overall investment climate. BKPM chief Thomas Lembong believes the most effective promotion can....

Harvard is Right to Shrink Graduate School Enrollment

By February 20, 2017. The Crimson Editorial Board Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith’s statement that graduate student admissions will be cut by 4.4 percent this year is concerning. These reductions, attributed primarily to $2 billion worth of losses in endowment value,....

Buried Alive: Solitary Confinement in a Louisiana Prison

. By February 20, 2017. Nick F. Barber “He is a man buried alive; to be dug out in the slow round of years; and in the meantime dead to everything but torturing anxieties and horrible despair.” —Charles Dickens,“American Notes” 1842. This past Sunday—Feb.

Amy Tan

By Amy Tan ​Riffing on gender, sex, and her “crazy” college days, comedian Leslie Jones brought “Saturday Night Live” star power to a packed Sanders Theatre Friday night. By February 09, 2017. Amy Tan ​Weeks after the inauguration of Donald Trump, an unprecedented number of undergraduates have....

In Trump era, Washington governor says relationship with B.C. becoming more important

The governor of Washington State says in the Trump era of U.S. politics, the relationship between his state and British Columbia will become even more important. Gov. Jay Inslee says on trade, tourism and the environment, Donald Trump's policies could hurt his state, which is why he says he wants to work closer with B.

McAuliffe vetoes 2 concealed weapons bills

By Megan Corsano Capital News Service RICHMOND Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed two bills Monday relating to concealed weapons one involving handgun permits and the other pertaining to switchblade knives. The first bill, HB 1582, would have allowed members of the military over the age of 18 to apply for....

For 3rd year, governor vetoes ‘Tebow bill’

By Amy Lee Capital News Service RICHMOND Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday vetoed the so-called Tebow bill that would have allowed home-schooled students to participate in high school sports. “Participation in athletic and academic competitions is a privilege for students who satisfy eligibility....

3 Things You Should Never Cultivate in Your Marriage

For marriage to blossom, it requires necessary tending. The husband should love his wife and take good care of her, and the wife should love her husband and respect him. Introducing and cultivating the wrong things can damage the marriage relationship.

Editorial: Fake science on vaccines

Childhood deaths have been falling worldwide since 1990. In their foundation's annual letter last week, Bill and Melinda Gates estimated that science had saved 122 million children in the last quarter-century. That's a population larger than three Californias. What saved them? Vaccines, mostly.

Iraqi PM Reiterates There Are No Foreign Forces Fighting in Iraq

BAGHDAD – Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Monday that there are no foreign ground forces fighting in the country, only advisors. Al-Abadi made his remarks before the United States secretary of defense James Mattis, who is on his first official visit to Baghdad.

Turkey Strikes Off 227 Judges, Prosecutors from the Law over Coup Suspicions

ISTANBUL – Turkey’s judiciary ordered that 227 judges and prosecutors be struck off from the legal profession on Monday on suspicion they had links with an exiled preacher whom the government accuses of orchestrating July’s failed coup, local media reported.

Still no plan for Medowie High School

HOPE that a new minister would lead to a reinvigorated push for a public high school at Medowie have been dealt a blow, with the government saying there is still not enough demand to justify building the school. The new education minister, Rob Stokes, barely had his feet under the desk when he....

Wema Bank Takes Savings Products to LASU

Wema Bank Plc is promoting savings culture and digital banking experiences among the newly admitted students of Lagos State University (LASU). Speaking during the LASU 2017 orientation programme, held at its Ojo campus, Wema Bank Regional Manager, Apapa, Femi Olowoyeye, said the lender had been....

2,500 Athletes Vie for Laurels at Nigerian Navy Games

Olawale Ajimotokan in Abuja. The Nigerian Navy has said that it will parade a strong contingent of 2,500 athletes from all its naval formations at the 11 th Nigerian Navy Games scheduled for Uyo, Akwa Ibom State from February 26 to March 4. The Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas, at a....

Akwa Saving and Loans Bank to Sack 90 Staff

Okon Bassey in Uyo. At least 90 staff members of the Akwa Ibom State Government owned financial outfit, the Akwa Savings and Loans Limited have been pencilled down for sack in a renewed move to restructure and reposition the bank for global competitiveness. The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the bank, Mr.

Bill would create 'Amber Alerts' for chemical emergencies

If there's a tornado warning or a kidnapped child, your phone might wake you at 3 a.m. But if there's a cloud of chlorine gas descending on your neighborhood, it's anybody's guess who will let you know, and when. A state lawmaker has filed a bill to bridge the gap in emergency notification.

'Many peers contribute absolutely nothing' in House of Lords

Many peers contribute "absolutely nothing" to Parliament, a former lord speaker claimed as she alleged one member kept a taxi running outside while signing in to collect the £300 daily allowance. Baroness D'Souza suggested the "sense of honour" that used to come with being a member of the House of Lords had been lost.

Government support 'crucial' for plans to 'transform' NHS

The King's Fund said controversial sustainability and transformation plans (STPs), which aim to save cash but will lead to some cuts, offer the best hope of making progress in the NHS. But Chris Ham, the think tank's chief executive, said the aim of cutting hospital beds, which many of the plans set....

Teacher shortages in key subjects 'worsening', report warns

The Government has failed to deal with the problem, missing recruitment targets for the past five years in a row, according to the Commons Education Select Committee. In a highly critical new report, it called for urgent action, including more focus on retaining teachers once they are in the....
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