Indian Railways’ Bhuj station to be revamped! RLDA invites RFP to appoint consultant for station redevelopment
The project's key objective is upgrading the Bhuj railway station building with a focus on improving the experience of passengers.
Pilot vs Gehlot: Raj HC on Friday, Speaker told not to act on notices until then
The observation came in the wake of the Congress submitting that disqualification notices were issued to Sachin Pilot and others for anti-party activity after they skipped two meetings of the Congress MLAs called by Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot.
Shehzad Arbab visits Torkham Border to resolve issue of stuck up containers
PESHAWAR, Pakistan: The Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Establishment Mohammad Shehzad Arbab visited the Torkham border to resolve the issue of stuck up containers at Peshawar and Torkham. Shehzad Arbab was accompanied by the Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Affairs Muhammad Sadiq, Senior Officers of the Ministries of Commerce, Foreign Affairs, Interior & the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), the Inspector General Frontier Corps (FC) and the Director-General National Logistic Cell (NLC). During the meeting, Shehzad Arbab was briefed on the issue of stuck up containers in detail and the arrangements at the border for the people to people contact and the ease of mutual trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan. It was informed that presently around 3,000 export and transit containers are stuck up in Peshawar whose clearance on a priority basis is necessary to improve the bilateral trade relations. On the occasion, Shehzad Arbab said that improving the bilateral trade relations and people…
Fauci says U.S. needs to 'get better control' of the coronavirus to reopen without outbreaks
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday that the coronavirus has hit the U.S. "very severely" and that the country needs "to get better control over things" in order to reopen the economy and head toward normality.
White House seeks to block funds for coronavirus testing and tracing in relief bill
Senate GOP lawmakers, angered by the administration's position, are pushing back and trying to keep the money for testing and tracing in the bill, two Republican sources told NBC News.
Workers’ Party says it has asked to meet existing town councils to discuss handover in Sengkang GRC
SINGAPORE: The Workers' Party's (WP) Sengkang GRC team has requested a meeting next week with representatives of the existing town councils to ...
COVID-19: Singapore must be prepared for second wave of infections, ‘preventable’ if everyone plays their part, says Gan Kim Yong
SINGAPORE: Singapore must be prepared for a second wave of COVID-19 infections, and must do its best to avoid it, said Minister for Health Gan Kim ...
COVID-19: Travellers entering Singapore from Victoria in Australia, Japan and Hong Kong to serve stay-home notice at dedicated facilities
SINGAPORE: Travellers entering Singapore after 11.59pm on Sunday (Jul 19) with travel history to Victoria in Australia, Japan and Hong Kong within ...
GE2020: Elections Department confirms PSP's Leong Mun Wai and Hazel Poa elected as NCMPs
SINGAPORE: The Elections Department on Thursday (Jul 16) confirmed that Mr Leong Mun Wai and Ms Hazel Poa from the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) ...
French state ready to finance repair work for Nantes cathedral
The French state is ready to finance work to repair the 15th-century cathedral in the city of Nantes which was damaged in a fire last weekend, ...
Hundreds chip in to support sacked Xi critic
Hundreds of former students have come to the support of a law professor fired from an elite Chinese university for his outspoken criticism of ...
Minister tells councils to buy up properties as social housing target 'will not be achieved'
Minister Darragh O’Brien said Covid-related construction delays has seriously impacted on new build construction.
ACAN calls on Foster + Partners to withdraw from Amaala airport project over climate concerns
Climate activist group Architects Climate Action Network has called on Foster + Partners to pull out of a controversial new private airport in Saudi Arabia – or resign as a signatory of the Architects Declare movement.
Rep. Jim Jordan says local police want federal help to end ongoing violence in their cities
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, joins Harris Faulkner with insight on 'The Story.'
A Love Letter to Social Justice Activists: Now is the time to change the world, tomorrow may be too late
These days, civil society often seems to be the last redoubt of dignity and solidarity. It is a place where love and concern for fellow human beings still drives politics. A place where the noble spirit of sacrifice that animated Nelson Mandela and many other freedom fighters has not been snuffed out. But as much as Covid-19 needs action to defend people’s lives and livelihoods, it also now needs the courage to take risks to fight forward for a fair and equal society.
Trump asked envoy to see if UK would move British Open to his Scottish resort: NYT
‘Our actors will no longer beg for medical help online’ – AGN launches HMO for members
The AGN has signed an MOU to address the practice of soliciting funds for medical emergencies among its members and independent actors.
Abu Dhabi private school staff, students to screen for COVID-19 before return to school
Details on coverage and schedules to be announced by authorities soon
Abu Dhabi parents hope for a flexible return to school in the new academic term
ADEK survey shows that parents prefer a range of options for the resumption of learning
Staying home and neglecting your car? Read this warning from Dubai Municipality
Civic body reminds residents not to leave vehicles unattended and dirty
Working group planned to make sure Parliament meets
Labor is demanding an urgent look at ways for federal Parliament to meet on August 24 even as the coronavirus crisis worsens, amid calls for online voting if politicians cannot get to Canberra.
Karnataka CM Yediyurappa rules out lockdown extension, says not a solution to control Covid
Yediyurappa stressed on maintaining social distancing and wearing masks and said experts have advised 5T strategy - trace, track, test, treat & technology to curb spread of Covid.
Shin Bet Thwarts Popular Front Cell that Planned to Carry out Terrorist Attacks in Samaria
The investigation of the affair underscores the deep links between Iran and Hezbollah and the Popular Front terrorist organization in order to promote terrorism against Israel.
Mock disaster on railway: residents asked not to panic
On Thursday, July 23, the Latvian Railway (LDz) company will organize large-scale training activities at the Šķirotava train station, imitating an ecological disaster, said spokeswoman Ella Pētermane July 21.
Politicians have a duty to make it clear that immigrants are allowed to live in SA
South African law permits immigrants to take up jobs and live in this country. Where problems in the immigration and refugee systems arise, there are regulations in place to manage these. Loosely blaming foreigners for job losses, unemployment, poverty and crime simply fuels xenophobia and puts people’s lives and well-being at risk.
Another country: UNHCR protest refugees still hold out for resettlement
The Methodist Church and Greenmarket Square protest refugees are living in camps in Bellville and Kensington.
Haryana to become first State to make 11 villages in every district Lal Dora free
Haryana Government has geared up to become the first state in the country to achieve the target of making 11 villages in every district of the state ‘Lal Dora’ free by October 2 on the occasion of birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. This would be done under the Svamitva scheme, as announced
‘I wish the government could allow us to stay here’
Eskom withdraws services to Khayelitsha after vehicles were stoned and torched during land occupation.
What Portland protesters want you to know: "This a fight for all of us"
With Trump threatening to deploy more agents to other U.S. cities, we should be paying close attention to what’s been happening in Portland. Over the weekend I asked a friend up there, one wh…
Republicans prepare to end unemployment boost as people camp out just to receive initial benefits
A $600/week unemployment boost meant to help the record number of Americans out of work amid the COVID-19 pandemic is expiring at the end of the month, and Republicans seemingly have no plans to let it continue. Congress started working out a new coronavirus relief bill this week, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) didn't mention extending the unemployment boost in unveiling his party's priorities on Tuesday. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia similarly said Tuesday that the initial stimulus was "something extraordinary," but "we're in a different place, so I don't see the $600 as continuing." But many Americans aren't in a different place, and some haven't even gotten the boosted benefits they applied for months ago. In Oklahoma, hundreds of people recently camped out in their cars for a shot at one of 800 slots with state unemployment agents to figure out why they hadn't seen unemployment checks yet, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. As of June 21, Oklahoma had approved less than half of the…
Answer books won't be shown in DAVV as staffers fear corona spread from students, copies
After Covid-19 broke out, the evaluation centre employees feared that the students visiting the centre could be coronavirus carriers.
Gardaí should call to homes of people who refuse to take Covid-19 test, TD tells Dáil committee
It comes as a HSE official said they are concerned about people not turning up for tests.
Korean Netizens react to protestors in countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States that protest against wearing masks
According to media outlets such as CNN and The Independent, on July 19th, hundreds of British citizens gathered in Hyde Park in London to protest aga…
Parking fees in downtown Victoria could go back up as spaces become harder to find
Motorists could start paying more to park downtown next month as Victoria ponders a return to pre-COVID-19 rates in some areas. A report going to city councillors on Thursday recommends . . .
Coronavirus impact: Amarnath Yatra called off, rituals to be carried out as usual
The Board shall continue the Live Telecast/ Virtual Darshan of the morning and evening Aarti, read a release.
Trump officials, top Republicans split over what to put in coronavirus relief bill: 'What in the hell are we doing?'
President Trump really wants a payroll tax cut on the next coronavirus relief bill — but no one else does. Top Senate Republicans shared their frustrations with Trump's insistence on the tax cut and other measures in a Tuesday closed-door meeting with Trump officials, anonymous participants tell The Washington Post. And even though Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the other officials didn't mention the cut during the meeting, the senators were sure to make their frustrations clear, participants say. Republican officials and the White House reportedly can't agree on "policy goals, budget parameters, or even deadlines," when it comes to planning the next wave of COVID-19 relief, the Post writes. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) reportedly argued voters wouldn't notice the payroll tax cut in the massive bill, giving it no real electoral value. And when Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) pushed to spend money on what would win votes this fall, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) grew "incensed" at the idea of expanding the bill's price…
Judge rules Bristol man must be allowed to continue hunger strike
But 'every effort should be made to persuade, cajole and encourage' him to accept help
People for and against the Narrabri Gas Project start to have their say
Narrabri Mayor Cathy Redding urges Independent Planning Commission to approve Narrabri Gas Project.
North Korea's Kim fires officials for extortion linked to hospital project
North Korea's leader has sacked officials building a hospital after they pressed the public for contributions, media reported on Monday, the second rebuke linked to the high-profile project in a country where such problems are rarely publicised. Leader Kim Jong Un ordered the Pyongyang General Hospital
King County Council moves to strip power from Sheriff’s Office; proposals to head to voters in November
From 1969 until 1996, the King County executive appointed the county sheriff.
RCMP watchdog joins voices calling out ‘unreasonable use of force’ in wellness checks
Michelaine Lahaie says she has yet to hear from Brenda Lucki in response to
PAHO waits for Nicaragua to approve visit by virus experts
The Pan American Health Organization said Tuesday it is awaiting authorization from the government of Nicaragua to send in a team of experts to evaluate the coronavirus outbreak in the Central America
Let those who can do magic work to win the elections – Koku Anyidoho
Koku Anyidoho says he is not going to join the NDC campaign trail because he’s not a magician to win the elections for the party at the last hour.
Daily Guide: A leader can relate to people as equals and also make the differences clear
Many leaders have no difficulty in relating to their people as equals. The problem that unfortunately erupts, usually, is the problem of familiarity. Familiarity seems to be a human weakness that can destroy an otherwise great relationship.
Maharashtra: As dairy farmers hit the streets in protest, govt may bring new scheme to help them
Minister for Dairy Development, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry, Sunil Kedar, said the scheme will be announced after consultation with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Revenue Minister Balasaheb Thorat.
Two Heritage Toilets to come up in city
First-of-its-kind in the country to be built at Town Hall and in People’s Park By S.T. Ravikumar Mysore/Mysuru: Even as the city is witnessing a rapid spurt in the number of COVID-19 positive cases, here comes a somewhat refreshing news that the city will soon have two heritage toilets, with all the heritage  architectural characteristics...
Couple with coronavirus arrested because they refused to self-isolate
Elizabeth and Isaiah Linscott, a couple in the US, were placed on house arrest after they refused to quarantine following their coronavirus positive result.
NHS Scotland doctors to get pay rise making them ‘best paid in UK’
DOCTORS in Scotland will get a 2.8 per cent annual pay rise matching an increase in England, it was announced today Health Secretary Jeane Freeman confirmed the hike for 2020-21 hours after a simil…
Western New Mexico University opts for online start in fall
Officials at Western New Mexico University are opting for an online start to the fall semester.
Airport look for CSMT soon with its heritage look intact from outside; 7 other stations in queue
The Railway Board has already approved the master plan and the project will be undertaken by the Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation Ltd. (IRSDC), the implementation arm of the railways.
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