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China accused of backward step in revision of list...

Shanghai, June 17 (CNA) A proposed change by China's top securities regulator that would require listed companies to set up a Communist Party of China (CPC) unit is a step back to the era of the Cultural Revolution, a China-based Taiwanese business consultant has said.

First boat of Aquarius convoy with 630 migrants docks in Spain

The first Italian government ship accompanying the migrant aid boat Aquarius has docked at the Spanish port of Valencia. The Italian coast guard vessel Dattilo arrived just before 7 a.m. on Sunday. It will be followed by the Aquarius and another Italian navy ship, the Orione.

2018 Must Have Social Media Skills

Over the years, social media has moved from becoming a personal communication platform to a business communication platform with most businesses leveraging on social to improve their overall business performance not only in marketing but in other business areas as well.


Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, is one of many actors, who have taken time to plan her life’s journey in the best way she can and she is all out to achieve them step by step. The actress has come a long way in the movie industry and she is really doing well for herself because she has proven to....

'They said he would have an intolerable life - they were wrong': Pádraig Schaler returns to spot he was knocked down

Pádraig before his accident. A YOUNG DUBLIN man who was seriously injured in the US while on his J1 is to journey back to the site of the accident five years on. Dubliner Pádraig Schaler – whose story - received a serious brain injury after he was knocked off his bike while in Cape Cod.

Rescue boats carrying 630 migrants refused entry in Italy begin arriving in Spain

THE 630 MIGRANTS whose rescue sparked a major migration row in Europe began disembarking in Spain, after a turbulent week that saw Italy turn away the Aquarius ship. The first of three ships transporting the group, an Italian coast guard vessel called the Datillo, pulled into Valencia harbour just....

June 18: Praise for an alert cashier, put LRT on Burlington Street and other letters to the editor

Jane Jenner, Burlington. LRT should run on Burlington Street. RE: Burlington Street worst again (June 5) With Burlington street coming up again as Ontario's worst road to drive on and in need of repair at a cost of $3.3 million, perhaps some serious consideration should be given to it being torn....

Time to help Canadian industries hit by Trump’s tariffs

There's one big item still missing from Justin Trudeau's action plan for fighting those nasty U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum headed into the United States. The prime minister and his governing Liberals have hit back with tariffs of their own on $16.6-billion worth of American imports into Canada.

Welcome to the The Age of Consent

Think about the recent BBC gender pay disparity, or the actors, Claire Foy in the Netflix series, "The Crown" and Michelle Williams in the Hollywood film, "All the Money in the World," who both fought for and won equal pay after discovering otherwise. While some worry change is only occurring in the....

Rajiv assassination convict's mother seeks 'mercy killing' of son

Arputhammal, the mother of A G Perarivalan, recalled the recent assertion by the Tamil Nadu government that it was for the release of the convicts including her son. The seven convicts -- Murugan, Perarivalan, Santhan, Jayakumar, Robert Payas, Ravichandran and Nalini have been in jail for over 20 years now.

Congress candidates to contest civic bodies elections on party symbol'

Tanwar said if the need was felt to replace candidates on the existing assembly constituencies, it would be done. He also announced to start the third leg of his 'cycle yatra' from GarhiSamplaKiloi, home constituency of former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

Delhi Gurdwaras to set stringent food standards

NEW DELHI: Community kitchens in ten major gurdwaras in Delhi are set to make healthy food accessible to everyone through a stricter set of safety standards, hygiene, quality and flavours. These kitchens, also popularly known as langars operate on principles rooted in bringing people together and....

PM neither talks to me nor lets me talk: Kejriwal

• The strike by IAS officers has stalled many important works concerning the people of Delhi. The IAS officers do not attend any meeting convened by ministers, they do not respond to phone calls of ministers, nor do they go on any field visits with ministers.

South Korea, US to announce suspension of major military drills this week: Report

SEOUL: South Korea and the United States are expected to announce the suspension of "large-scale" military drills this week, with the provision that they would restart if North Korea failed to keep its promise to denuclearise, news agency Yonhap said on Sunday.

BJP slams Kejriwal over protest amid water woes

NEW DELHI: Despite being a public holiday, BJP leaders continued their hunger strike at Delhi Secretariat on Saturday. Leader of the Opposition Vijender Gupta said the capital is moving towards a Constitutional crisis and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is not bothered about the issues.

IFA urges support for Teagasc climate blueprint; but why?

The chairman of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) Environmental Committee – Thomas Cooney – has described the report recently published by Teagasc on greenhouse gas emission reduction in agriculture as “an important blueprint, setting out the necessary policy measures, that the Government must introduce”.

Why electric cars should be powering Aussie roads

The uptake of electric vehicles in Australia has been slow. There are a number of reasons for this, including purchase price, lack of available models, range anxiety and an absence of government support. There is also little enthusiasm among car dealers who derive much of their income from the....

More nurses, doctors funded in NSW budget

It comes as the government announced on Sunday that nearly 1400 nurses, doctors and health workers will be employed in NSW hospitals courtesy of a funding boost in Tuesday's state budget. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet say the boost is part of the "record" $1 billion in....

Clare Councillors To Tour Wild Atlantic Way

Clare’s Councillors are to take a tour of the Wild Atlantic Way. Local representatives have voted to to see the county’s portion of the popular tourist route first-hand, in order to “enable interaction with communities on the route” and to “examine possible new extensions.

Sound Off for June 17, 2018

What's on your mind? Call Sound Off, our weekly column of community comments, at 352-337-0368. — I feel so sorry that the students can’t early-vote on campus. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a way that the post office could get involved to help them vote early? — In the last 100 years, the U.S.

LGBTI Activists Gather In Central Kyiv For 'March Of Equality'

Gay-rights activists are gathering in the center of Ukraine's capital, Kyiv, for a pride rally, amid stepped-up security. The organizers expect about 5,000 people to attend the June 16 which was due to start near Taras Shevchenko Park and last for about one hour.

Grief as two Fijians, Fly Sax plane pilot buried

Jean Muthoni's parents Mr and Mrs Muriithi and her brothers Dennis and Jack during her burial in Giakanja, Nyeri County, on Friday. [Kibata Kihu, Standard] The Fijian missionary who perished in the Fly Sax plane alongside his son was buried in Kitale in an emotional send-off yesterday.

Scientist launches hunt for Loch Ness 'monster DNA'

Tales of a giant creature lurking beneath the murky waves of Loch Ness have been around for more than 1,500 years -- and one academic hopes the marvels of modern science can finally unravel the mystery. Neil Gemmell has travelled from the University of Otago in New Zealand to collect water samples....

As Kejriwal Fumes on Twitter, NITI Aayog Denies L-G Anil Baijal’s Presence at Meet

New Delhi: Niti Aayog Chief Executive Officer Amitabh Kant on Sunday dismissed reports that L-G Anil Baijal attended the think tank’s meeting in place of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday. The clarification followed Kejriwal’s statement that he had not “authorised” Baijal to attend the....

Happy Father's Day: Onscreen Father-Son Duos to Look Forward to in 2018

Father-son relationships are always the tightest. Dads want to ensure they give their sons space, teach them and yet be their friend. This relationship is built on trust, honesty, stubbornness and a lot of respect. Bollywood has managed to tap into the varied shade of this relationship, time and again.

First boat in Aquarius convoy with 630 migrants docks in Spain

The first Italian government ship accompanying the migrant aid boat Aquarius has docked at the Spanish port of Valencia. The Italian coastguard vessel Dattilo arrived just before 7am on Sunday. It will be followed by the Aquarius and another Italian navy ship, the Orione.

India: Flood situation continues to be grim in Assam

In Assam, there is no respite from flood at several places including Barak valley. Nearly 4 lakh people in 7 districts have been affected due to flood. NDRF, SDRF and Assam Rifles have been deployed in relief and rescue works. Nearly 1 Lakh people have taken shelter at temporary relief camps.

Bangladesh: CXB multimedia: Explaining the cyclone warning signals

The resources on this page are intended to help explain the cyclone early warning signals that are being used in the camps; and give Rohingya people advice about how to prepare, at each warning level. The resources are based on common messages developed by the Cox's Bazar Emergency Communication....

Road crashes kill 10 in five districts

At least 10 people, including two schoolteachers, were killed in separate road accidents in Chittagong, Sylhet, Chandpur, Habiganj and Jhenidah districts on Friday and Saturday. In Chattogram, three members of a family were killed in a head-on collision between two buses in Sahgodi Nimtoli of Patiya upazila at around 11:00 am on Friday.

17 die in Venezuela stampede At least seventeen people died at a Caracas...

Relatives of people who died at Los Cotorros club when a person activated a tear gas grenade inside, according to Venezuela's interior minister Nestor Reverol, react outside the Perez Carreno hospital in Caracas, Venezuela, June 16, 2018. Reuters. At least seventeen people died at a Caracas club....

The Latest: Aid expert: Europe's migrant policy still at sea

The Latest on the influx of migrants into Europe (all times local): 8:30 a.m. The head of Doctors Without Borders in Spain says he's glad that Spain has allowed an aid convoy with 630 migrants to dock but he's worried about European nations closing their ports to those rescued at sea.
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