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Canadian companies join zero-emission vehicle procurement alliance

[ad_1] In June, the federal Liberal government increased its five-year 100% ZEV sales target until 2035. It said it would develop a combination of investments and regulations to help consumers and consumers alike. industry to make the transition. JONATHAN HAYWARD / The Canadian Press Representatives from manufacturing, mining, green groups, academia and labor have formed an alliance to accelerate the ...

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Kaiser workers to vote on permission to strike in Southern California – San Bernardino Sun

[ad_1] A union of 24,000 nurses from Kaiser Permanente and other workers who say they are understaffed and face an overhauled pay system that would fuel more shortages has announced that its bargaining team will vote next month to authorize a much-needed strike . Southern California nurses, pharmacists, rehabilitation therapists, social workers, physician assistants, speech language pathologists, midwives and optometrists ...

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Sonia Gandhi should have made Sharad Pawar Prime Minister, not Manmohan Singh: Minister

[ad_1] Bombay: Sonia Gandhi should have been prime minister when the congressional-led UPA came to power in 2004, Union Minister Ramdas Athawale said, making a comparison with US Vice President Kamala Harris. He also suggested that Sonia Gandhi should have chosen Sharad Pawar as prime minister instead of Manmohan Singh. “Sonia Gandhi should have been Prime Minister when the UPA ...

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Biden’s Indo-Pacific change under scrutiny as AUKUS alliance is formed

[ad_1] As the 20-year war in Afghanistan approaches, US President Joe Biden is looking at intensifying competition with China, bringing into play new mechanisms such as Australia’s “Quad” group, India, Japan and the United States as well. as a security partnership between Australia, Britain and the United States. But the Biden administration may need more clarity in its Indo-Pacific strategy, ...

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Long-awaited dissolution of the Hong Kong Alliance will not exempt it from legal liability for long-term illegal activities against China: observers

[ad_1] Photo file The so-called Hong Kong Alliance in Support of China’s Democratic Patriotic Movements, an anti-Chinese organization commonly known as the Hong Kong Alliance that has been engaged in troubling activities in Hong Kong for over 30 years, announced that it would dissolve depending on the outcome of a vote from a meeting held on Saturday. Observers said the ...

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“Strike would effectively stop” film and television production in the state – Deadline

[ad_1] Claiming that “a strike would effectively shut down California state film and television production,” IATSE told California lawmakers “it is both scandalous and immoral that studios oppose basic workers’ rights , an opposition that could lead to a very successful shutdown of the industry. “ In a letter to state lawmakers, the California IATSE Council said that the Alliance ...

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As threat of group home strike looms, nonprofits shut down

[ad_1] Arielle Levin Becker :: File photo from CTMirror.org Gian-Carl Casa, President and CEO of the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance Community-based nonprofits that care for people with disabilities in Connecticut find themselves in a delicate position as they face an Oct. 5 strike deadline from union caregivers of staff. Governor Ned Lamont and the legislature set aside $ 184 million ...

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Nonprofit alliance launches urgent fundraising appeal, state asks for patience

[ad_1] Nonprofits that serve people with behavioral and developmental health disorders are begging the state government to release funding increases. They say the delay is now having an impact on their ability to adequately serve their clients. Some of these suppliers, which are part of the CT Nonprofit Alliance, expressed their concerns at a virtual press conference on Thursday. They ...

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Highlights of the German election campaign

[ad_1] BERLIN (AP) – Germans go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new parliament and produce a new German leader after 16 years at the helm of Angela Merkel. Merkel has decided not to run for a fifth term and the election campaign has largely focused on the three candidates hoping to succeed her. Here’s a look at ...

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Row of submarines threatens US-EU relations, Biden’s China policy

[ad_1] The row that has erupted over Australia’s decision to cancel an agreement to buy French submarines and switch to American-made ships – a move that Paris calls a “stab in the back” – is more than French self-esteem. This risks opening even deeper cracks in the transatlantic alliance, which has been the foundation of U.S. foreign policy for more ...

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United States continues to end American Airlines and JetBlue deal

[ad_1] The Justice Department and officials from six states have filed a lawsuit to block a partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue, saying it would reduce competition and lead to higher fares. The Justice Department said on Tuesday that the deal would eliminate significant competition in Boston and New York City and reduce JetBlue’s incentive to compete with Americans in ...

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Congress will fight alone against Assam side polls

[ad_1] Outlook September 20, 2021 5:59 PM IST Congress will fight alone against Assam side polls perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 Guwahati, Sep 20 (PTI) Congress prepares to fight by-elections in Assam, due to take place by the end of this year, alone without forming an alliance, party chairman Bhupen said on Monday Kumar Borah. The state Congress has ...

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Aetna sues NYC, unions over ‘tainted’ health insurance contract

[ad_1] New York’s largest private Medicare administrator is suing the Big Apple and its local union leaders for allegedly awarding a “flawed” $ 34 billion contract to an unqualified competitor. Insurance giant Aetna’s explosive lawsuit against New York City and the municipal labor committee alleges the bidding process was set to favor Alliance, a consortium that includes Emblem Health and ...

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Supermarket removes “All cops are bastards” smoothies

[ad_1] The bottles of True Fruits smoothies had obscene designs, sexual comments, and an anti-police slogan written on them. The inclusion of “ACAB”, short for “all cops are bastards”, angered French police unions. Monoprix, a French supermarket chain, has announced that it will recall the bottles with the offending packaging. Loading Something is loading. French retailer Monoprix has recalled a ...

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Analysis: French split is a blow to rebuilding Biden’s China-focused alliance

[ad_1] U.S. President Joe Biden delivers virtual remarks on a national security initiative with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the East Room of the White House in Washington, United States, September 15, 2021. REUTERS / Tom Brenner WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 (Reuters) – European capitals celebrated the visit of US Secretary of State Antony ...

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“Shiv Sena doesn’t stab anyone”: Sanjay Raut rules out alliance with BJP after CM’s “future friend” remark

[ad_1] Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut | Photo credit: ANI Bombay: Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut on Saturday ruled out any possibility of an alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said Shiv Sena was not stabbing anyone in the back as the party honored its commitments. “The government of Maharashtra has pledged to be in power for five ...

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Pro-Beijing media target Hong Kong unions and labor groups in latest denunciations – Radio Free Asia

[ad_1] Hong Kong newspapers backed by the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) stepped up their denunciations of independent unions in the city on Friday, amid an ever-growing crackdown on civil society under the National Security Act. Beijing’s support Wen Wei Po and Ta Kung Pao Newspapers reported on Friday that the pro-democracy Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (CTU) would ...

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The IATSE continues its “mobilization” for a possible strike and awaits a response to the proposals – deadline

[ad_1] IATSE leaders said Thursday they are waiting for the Alliance of Film and Television Producers to respond to the union’s latest round of contract proposals as they continue to “mobilize” for a possible strike. Loeb IATSE “We presented AMPTP with our latest package proposal on the evening of Sunday, September 12,” said IATSE President Matt Loeb and leaders of ...

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Wyoming and Nebraska credit unions merge | Journal of Credit Unions

[ad_1] Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyoming, has entered into an agreement to merge with Western Heritage Federal Credit Union based in Alliance, Nebraska. Meridian Trust, with $ 575 million in assets, announced its intention to partner with the $ 65 million in assets Western Heritage with the goal of increasing available economies of scale, expanding member ...

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Clear Lake Hosting Get a Youth Day Outdoors This Weekend

[ad_1] (KNSI) – Clear Lake is hosting the 9th Annual Get Youth Outdoors Day – Minnesota on Sunday. The free event is aimed at boys and girls ages 9-17 and their families to learn more about how to have fun outdoors. The event will take place at the Wild Marsh Sporting Clays Shooting Facility, 13481 County Road 3 Southeast, from ...

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Guinean junta gains control despite threat of international sanctions

[ad_1] (Update 1: adds information on international sanctions) Dakar, Sept 7 (EFE) .- The military junta that led the coup in Guinea-Conakry on Sunday continued to seize power on Tuesday after being endorsed by the opposition political force, despite the threat of international sanctions. Guinean opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo has announced his support for the military coup that toppled ...

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Goa Assembly: in search of allies – Nation News

[ad_1] The Goa government led by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has pledged to provide 16,000 liters of free water each month to every household starting September 1. As the water bill for nearly 300,000 families is expected to drop to zero, the state government will lose monthly income. from Rs 11.5 crore. This is the first time that a government ...

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James Cottrill Obituary (2021) – Washington Court House, OH

[ad_1] James Eugene Cottrill, 72, of Alliance, Ohio, died at 8:35 p.m. on August 28, 2021 at Alliance Community Hospital after a long illness. He was born on December 15, 1948 in Greenfield, Ohio, to Paul Lewis Cottrill and Dorothy June (Hurtt) Cottrill. He grew up on the family farm in Washington Courthouse, Ohio, with his younger brother and sister. ...

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Column: Another earthquake leaves college football faltering | national

[ad_1] The Southeastern Conference is growing and, in a way, getting even stronger. Three other great conferences have formed an alliance, whatever that means. And the Big 12 is a walking dead man. After a period of relative stability, college football is entering a new season faltering with aftershocks from another major earthquake. Even Nostradamus wouldn’t be willing to guess ...

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Scotland needs to think carefully about whether NATO is a military alliance for us

[ad_1] George Kerevan’s provocative article yesterday lives up to his usual high standards by spurring the wider Yes movement to debate, both within itself and with the people of Scotland, what kind of position Scotland should take in multilateral defense given its unique geopolitical place in north-eastern Europe. It must be said that some conservative voices, basically within the current ...

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Union reaches deal to preserve Willow Grove through relocation

[ad_1] The CFMEU has entered into an agreement with the Government of New South Wales on the preservation of the heritage of Willow Grove and St Georges Terrace. The union is aware that government contractors have started dismantling the non-heritage aspects of the building. St George’s Terrace and Willow Grove were originally intended for complete demolition. The success of the ...

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Three countries have offered to help Afghan refugees, but US flights have yet to arrive

[ad_1] SKOPJE, North Macedonia – Three Balkan countries have offered to help desperate Afghans, but no refugees have flown on US flights. As thousands continue to crowd around Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport, officials from North Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania – neighboring Balkan countries whose populations have themselves suffered violence – said last week that they had offered to temporarily ...

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Former British Prime Minister Blair denounces West’s “dangerous abandonment” of Afghanistan

[ad_1] LONDON (AFP) – Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who in 2001 dragged Britain into war in Afghanistan alongside the United States, on Saturday condemned their “abandonment” of the country as “dangerous” and ” useless “. In his first public comments on the crisis since the collapse of the Afghan government last weekend, Blair criticized the US motives for ...

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Pilot food distribution program ends | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Workers and volunteers fill cartons with bread, milk, canned goods and local produce before distributing the meal kits to youth in Maui and Lanai. Photos of BRYAN BERKOWITZ To address food insecurity among the keiki of Maui and Lanai, a pilot food distribution program delivered 4,200 cartons of groceries this summer, which was enough for 56,400 meals. With the ...

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Carnation Festival lunch honors community members for their service

[ad_1] ALLIANCE – Artist Ron Moore Jr. told an audience that art can help people overcome hardships at the Grand Alliance Carnation Festival community lunch on Saturday. “Art was my way of escaping,” he said. The 1986 Alliance High School graduate was the keynote speaker at the event, which took place at the Hoover-Price Campus Center at Mount Union University. ...

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Main Nicaraguan opposition party disqualified ahead of elections

[ad_1] Published on: 08/07/2021 – 05:12 Managua (AFP) Nicaragua’s electoral council on Friday disqualified the country’s main opposition party from upcoming presidential elections, in the latest move in growing political repression in the Central American country. The Citizens for Liberty lead the Citizens Alliance for Liberty (CXL) bloc, which spearheads the opposition to the re-election of President Daniel Ortega in ...

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US Imposes Visa Restrictions on Relatives of Nicaraguan Officials | News from the United States and Canada

[ad_1] For months, the Ortega administration detained political opponents ahead of the November 7 elections. The United States has imposed visa restrictions on 50 immediate family members of Nicaraguan lawmakers, prosecutors and judges, the State Department said on Friday. “Today, we are announcing visa restrictions against 50 other people, all immediate family members of officials affiliated with the regime who ...

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Largest credit unions in Metro Detroit 2021

[ad_1] 1. Financial DFCU400, downtown promenade.Cherborn 48126888-336-2700dfcufinancial.comSenior Local Executive: Mark Shobe, President and CEOAssets 2020: $ 5.8 billionAssets 2019: $ 4.9 billionTotal income 2020: $ 168.6 millionTotal loans 2020: $ 906.6 MTotal loans 2019: $ 1.01 billion 2. Caisse populaire Genisys2100, boul. Executive Hills.Auburn Hills 48326248-322-9800genisyscu.orgSenior Local Executive: Jackie Buchanan, CEOAssets 2020: $ 3.55 billionAssets 2019: $ 3.5 billionTotal income ...

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Wall Street hits all-time high on earnings, economic recovery

[ad_1] A sign indicating Wall Street is visible in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, New York, United States, July 19, 2021. REUTERS / Andrew Kelly The 3 main indices post weekly gains Dow closes above 35,000 for the very first time Social media stocks rally after optimistic results Intel sales forecast implicates difficult second ...

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Tackling Child Hunger Act: Back Passage of East Bay Food Banks

[ad_1] Union City, California – Hunger and food insecurity have not gone away for 22 million children nationwide, including children in Union City who struggle to get enough to eat. That’s why 344 national, state and local groups are calling on Congress to permanently expand the summer electronic transfer benefits program for all children eligible to receive free and discounted ...

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Nagaland House unopposed: NPF could join ruling camp to pursue Naga issue

[ad_1] For the second time since 2015, the Nagaland Assembly may soon find itself unopposed. The Naga Popular Front (FNP), the main opposition party in the Nagaland Legislative Assembly, which has 60 members, has offered to join the People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) led by Neiphiu Rio so that a government multi-stakeholder can help achieve a rapid resolution of political problems ...

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Representative Dingell: “We don’t have to choose the environment or the jobs”

[ad_1] representative Debbie dingellDeborah (Debbie) Ann DingellOvernight Energy: Democrats seek to tackle climate change with import tax | Advocates say bigger deal needed to tackle climate crisis | Western forest fires worsen with 80 different fires White House supports House bill to fight ‘chemicals forever’ balance / sustainability (D-Mich.) On Tuesday rebuffed the idea that the transition to electric vehicles ...

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Rahim Reed retires from the community he helped build

[ad_1] Of all the words in Rahim Reed’s long title – Assistant Executive Vice Chancellor for Campus Community Relations – the one that meant most to him was “community”. “Everyone supports the community,” said Reed, who retired in June after 20 years in the post he was first to hold. “Everyone loves to be part of a community. HONOR RAHIM ...

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Batman just revealed an all-secret European bat army

[ad_1] Batman: The Detective # 4 reveals the Dark Knight has prepared for anything in Europe by activating what appears to be an army of allies! This article contains spoilers for Batman: The Detective # 4. Batman revealed he had a secret army of agents working in Europe. The Dark Knight has always had a reputation for preparation, but in ...

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Arlington County Board of Directors unanimously votes to rename Lee Highway

[ad_1] At a board meeting on Saturday, the Arlington County board of directors voted unanimously to rename Lee Highway to Langston Boulevard, named after abolitionist John Mercer Langston. Arlington County officials voted unanimously on Saturday to rename Lee Highway to Langston Boulevard, named after abolitionist John Mercer Langston. Langston was also the first Dean of Howard University Law School. The ...

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Couple run a mobile ax throwing business

[ad_1] HOMEWORTH – Got an ax to tune? Maybe Traci and Scott Finnegin can help. The Homeworth couple run a mobile ax throwing business that brings the activity popular at fairs, festivals, parties and corporate events in Alliance and surrounding areas for ages 18 and up. After:Find your core target at the Cantonese All American Ax Throwing They discovered ax ...

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Home care workers demand better jobs.

[ad_1] More than 200 home care workers, advocates and partners gathered in Federal Square yesterday afternoon for the #CareIsEssential rally. They demanded better union jobs with decent wages. They also stressed the urgency of prioritizing an industry led by women of color in stimulus packages. At a press conference held before the rally, US Democratic representatives Robin Kelly and Jan ...

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Interview with AP: EPA Water Officer on Drinking Water Protection

[ad_1] To finally determine a sustainable definition of waterways eligible for federal protection under the Clean Water Act, the new Water Director of the Environmental Protection Agency said everyone affected by the issue will need to be involved. Radhika Fox recently spoke to The Associated Press about the Biden administration’s plan to rewrite the regulations, also known as Waters of ...

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A new alliance in the making in Bihar? Shunned by the uncle, Chirag Paswan composes Lalu Prasad, Tejashwi

[ad_1] Amid the political drama unfolding in Bihar, Lok Janshankti (LJP) party leader Chirag Paswan met Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) national secretary general Shyam Rajak this weekend. The meeting comes amid the bitter standoff between Chirag Paswan and his uncle, Union Minister Pashupati Kumar Paras, over Ram Vilas Paswan’s political legacy claim. In a conversation with ANI, Rajak said: “Anyone ...

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Hong Kong pro-democracy group downsizes amid crackdown

[ad_1] One of Hong Kong’s most established pro-democracy civic organizations said on Saturday it was laying off its paid staff and halving the size of its steering committee amid Beijing’s crackdown on opposition activities in the semi-autonomous Chinese city. The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of China’s Democratic Patriotic Movements is best known for hosting an annual rally and candlelight ...

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France launches a training academy for the battery industry

[ad_1] France and EIT InnoEnergy, an independent body created by the EU, have signed a memorandum of understanding to launch the so-called EBA250 Academy to retrain and develop tens of thousands of workers for the French battery industry. Concretely, the partnership aims to bring around 150,000 people to the academy by 2025. The context is that France plans to open ...

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the good, the bad and the ugly, Evangelical Focus

[ad_1] At June 24, the European Parliament adopted a report “on the situation of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the EU, in the context of women’s health”. This report is named after its rapporteur, Croatian MEP Predrag Fred Matić. The report has been the subject of fierce debate both in Parliament and in several EU Member States, notably ...

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Lung Ambition Alliance: Almost a Quarter of Lung Cancer Deaths Could be Prevented in High-Risk Populations Through Targeted Lung Cancer Screening Globally

[ad_1] LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – A report released today, “Lung cancer screening: the cost of inaction”shows that screening for lung cancer presents a critical opportunity to dramatically improve survival.1 Almost a quarter of lung cancer deaths could be prevented in high-risk populations through the adoption of targeted screening with low-dose computed tomography (LDCT), as based on the results of the NELSON ...

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People’s Pulse – Doaba: Oppn feels real opportunity as Punjab Cong fights dissent: The Tribune India

[ad_1] Deepkamal KaurTribune press serviceJalandhar, July 7 Doaba proved to be a congressional stronghold in 2017, with the party bagging 15 of the region’s 23 Assembly seats, a much better performance than in 2012, when it could only win six. As the Punjab heads to the polls early next year, the ruling party, which resonated with confidence in Doaba and ...

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With union consent, Indian automakers ramp up production amid raging pandemic

[ad_1] Despite at least 21 deaths and thousands of coronavirus infections among autoworkers in southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, in the past two months, the party government of the State Dravida Munnetra Kazhakam (DMK) demanded that automobile production be carried out essentially at full capacity. . The government has said that “any business that exports or supplies export-oriented industries ...

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The BJP is ready for a long job under the leadership of Fadnavis

[ad_1] Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertook on July 7 a complete overhaul of his cabinet. It was a highly anticipated exercise and speculation had been rife for several weeks. In Modi’s signature style, the actual exercise had nothing to do with speculation, and to call it a reshuffle would be a huge understatement. Given the enormity of the changes driven ...

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The Gupkar alliance condemns the summons to the emergency room of Mehbooba Mufti’s mother

[ad_1] The People’s Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), an amalgamation of five parties in Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday condemned the decision of the Directorate of Execution (ED) to summon the mother of the chairman of the Democratic Party of the People (PDP), Mehbooba Mufti, in an alleged money laundering case. “The convocation of the widow of the former ...

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Spain adopts law on transgender equality; Protests engulf country after homophobic murder – people’s world

[ad_1] Members of the Unidas Podemos coalition march in the Madrid pride parade, celebrating the passage of the new transgender equality law, behind a banner reading: “These are rights, not wishes. law!’ | via Unidas Podemos “These are rights, not wishes. It’s the law! ”Read the pink, blue and white banner of the Spanish Communist Party as its members marched ...

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