Tribune press service Patiala, May 16 The Department of Health, in collaboration with the district administration, organized an intersectoral meeting and an awareness seminar on the occasion of National Dengue Day under the slogan “Dengue is preventable, let’s join hands “, here today. Speaking on the occasion, PatialaRead More →

Tribune press service Patiala, May 16 The Department of Health, in collaboration with the district administration, organized an intersectoral meeting and an awareness seminar on the occasion of National Dengue Day under the slogan “Dengue is preventable, let’s join hands “, here today. Speaking on the occasion, PatialaRead More →

SHILLONG, April 18: Tynsong said the government’s plan to have a permanent sanitary landfill for Shillong and Jowai will not come to fruition without the cooperation of the people.“We wanted to have science-based solid waste management in these landfills, but we don’t have land yet for the permanent sanitary landfill,”Read More →

The Armenian people support the normalization of relations with Turkey, the South Caucasus Foreign Minister said on Tuesday, stressing that Yerevan is ready to establish diplomatic relations and open its border with Turkey. “Generally, the Armenian people want to normalize relations,” Ararat Mirzoyan said in a written interview with AnadoluRead More →

Finch had held a press conference announcing his mid-season move to Melbourne at a familiar location – the Clovelly Hotel – and he explained why Melbourne was his preferred destination. “I’ve always loved attending the Spring Carnival,” he says with a cheeky smile. The room smiles with him. That cheekyRead More →

Abortion rights protesters are not ingrates It is not a privilege to be born malnourished, drug addicted or unwanted. Or being born to abusive, unfit or immature parents. Following:Letters: Aborting a woman is none of your business. Writer gets Biden’s January 6 speech wrong Or being born with a nervousRead More →

There has been an outpouring of support for former priest Richard Geoghegan in Carrick-on-Suir where he served as vicar for many years, since a controversy erupted last week over his leaving the priesthood. The Dungarvan native, who was parish priest at Carrick-on-Suir/Faugheen before becoming parish priest at Ballyneale, announced onRead More →

New Delhi: The World Health Organization (WHO) noted on Friday that the overall threat inflicted by Omicron will depend on how individuals assess the risk posed by it, calling on people to strictly follow measures and behavior appropriate to Covid put in place by countries to prevent its spread. EmphasizingRead More →

At the start of the covid-19 pandemic, Denver-area restaurant owner Stephanie Bonin seeing her husband kicked out of work and fearing that his own business would go bankrupt due to the pandemic, decided to take action. She started a Change.org petition calling on lawmakers in Washington to send Americans recurringRead More →

Ongolese: Organized by heads of farmers from various organizations under United Kisan Morcha. Peasant leaders decided to campaign for Bharat Bandh at Mandal headquarters and in important villages in the district by September 20. Various unions and agricultural workers’ unions obtain popular support for the Bharat Bandh to be heldRead More →

PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, August 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Majority of Parents and Employees Support Immunization Mandates During Return to Work and In-Person Learning, New Research From Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), Category Leader and Creator experience management (XM). The new studies found that 51% of parents support the requirementRead More →

Indian field hockey player Rani Rampal, who distinguished herself at the Tokyo Olympics with her brilliant performance, expressed her gratitude to the Indian people for their warm welcome on Tuesday. Speaking to Republic TV, Rampal said she had never seen so much support for the Indian women’s hockey team despiteRead More →

Less than a quarter of the public supports the “decolonization” of the school curriculum, according to a report. According to a study by the UPP Foundation and the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi), only 23% of people in England think universities should actively remove material from college courses that reflectsRead More →

Population “control” has become a political buzzword, transcending party lines. Following the publication of the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Population Control Bill, which aims to limit the number of children per family to two, Rajasthan’s Minister of Health went further by advocating a one-child policy. Similar sentiments about coercive measures aimedRead More →

Taiwan photo: Unsplash Polls on the island of Taiwan have shown that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which has just celebrated its centenary, is receiving growing support from island public opinion, a slight reversal against the rising tide of the “anti” atmosphere. -continent “in recent years. Experts said on FridayRead More →

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered on weekdays. What is Racism 101? We created Racism 101 to help our audience host their own stimulating discussions about race, with a conversation “starter kit” and comprehensive anti-racist resource guides to inform and educate. To answer theseRead More →

In the polarized “environment versus economy” debate we have, there is often an assumption, or assertion, that indigenous peoples are mostly against resource development. This is manifested in blockades, protests in legislatures and university campuses, and cries from activists that they stand in solidarity with indigenous peoples when they opposeRead More →

The owners of a family-owned pub in Northenden say they are “overwhelmed” after hundreds of people backing their offer to continue trading. Northenden Untapped was cleared to open permanently by the Manchester Council after experiencing success under a temporary license. The local authority had only allowed the craft beer pubRead More →

Actor Kangana Ranaut shared a tweet, reacting to Twitter trend, #PakistanStandsWithIndia. Residents of the neighboring country are showing their support as India battles the brutal second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Seeing the trend on Twitter with nearly 52,000 tweets, Kangana wrote: “It’s heartwarming to see Pakistan’s most popular trendRead More →

Through PTI SRINAGAR: PDP Chairman Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday called for popular support for the struggle for the restoration of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and its special status under the Constitution. Speaking at a one-day party workers’ convention in Budgam District, Mehbooba said she would not budge orRead More →

Groton – A dozen people at Thursday’s public budget hearing expressed support for a proposed climate resilience program manager position, and several fire officials spoke out in favor of a proposed fire center. firefighting training. Chief Executive Officer John Burt presented a proposed budget for fiscal year 2022 of $Read More →

Top line Americans broadly back public health recommendations to layer face masks as new variants of the coronavirus spread across country, new Harris survey found, but a much smaller part actually follows the guidelines and duplicates itself. A man wears a double mask as he walks in Times Square onRead More →

A new website launched on Tuesday will help Spartanburg residents connect with black-owned businesses. “And we believe this is a step forward in building an equitable community in Spartanburg,” said Natasha Pitts, Equity and Inclusion Officer for the City of Spartanburg. The City of Spartanburg, One Spartanburg and the CountyRead More →