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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Pakistan Welcomes HULT Prize’s Early Childhood Education Challenge at NUST Amidst Fierce War on Terror

Terrorism continues to inflict suffering and pain on people all over the world, despite countries having spent billions of dollars in countermeasures. It indiscriminately affects people of all ages and countering this scourge is in favor of all nations of the world. To consolidate and enhance the countermeasures, the world must embark upon an accord to stretch primary education to ... Read More »

Islamic Terrorists Slaughter Catholic Priest in France

Two terrorists allied with the Islamic State stormed into a Catholic church in northern France during the midst of the celebration of Mass. They took hostages and then cut the throat of the 86-year-old priest in the church. A team of police trained in special weapons and techniques came to the scene and shot the two militants to death. Bomb ... Read More »

Germany bans Islamic group DWR as police launch raids on 190 sites

German police have launched dawn raids on about 190 mosques, flats and offices linked to an Islamic group as the government bans the organisation, accusing it of radicalising young people. The interior minister, Thomas de Maizière, said the DWR “True Religion” organisation had contacted young people as it distributed Qur’ans and other religious material, and had persuaded about 140 of ... Read More »

Muslims in Trump’s America: realities of Islamophobic presidency begin to sink in

As a Muslim, she was concerned about the newly minted president-elect and his campaign promises that targeted Muslims, immigrants and women. But it wasn’t until an older white couple began yelling at her, 10 minutes into her weekly commute to her internship, that the reality of Trump’s America set in. “Most of what they were saying was telling me I ... Read More »

Van driver attacks truck drivers on side of English motorway

An aggressive van driver has taken his anger out on two unsuspecting truck drivers instead of swapping insurance details on the side of an English motorway. The man’s van and a truck collided on the M62, in Greater Manchester, on November 9. Police say the quarrel kicked off after the truck drivers asked the man for his insurance details. In ... Read More »

New Australian Jobs website for employers

The Australian Jobs website is now live. Launched on Friday 14 October 2016, the Australian Jobs website is a new online resource that provides information on the labour market and how it is changing. It also highlights industries and occupations that have recently experienced jobs growth and those that are projected to grow over the next five years. employment Read More »

Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment Latest Release.

Department of Employment releases the November edition of the Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment The Indicator provides advance warnings of whether employment is likely to grow faster or slower than its long-term trend rate of growth and is produced by the Australian Government Department of Employment. The Department of Employment’s Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment (the Indicator) has risen for the ... Read More »

Knight Foundation reinvests in News University

Vicki Krueger is the Director of Interactive Learning and has been managing News University for 3 years and has been with the project for 10 years. Ten years ago, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation made an investment in e-learning at Poynter. Since then, News University has grown to more than 325,000 users in 200 countries and territories ... Read More »

Commerce Ministry had suggested for fair valuation of rupee: Nirmala Sitharaman

NEW DELHI: The Commerce Ministry wants there should be “fair valuation” of rupee keeping in view the global environment as it has a bearing on exports, Parliament was informed today. Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that there are many factors that influence exports including demand intensity, market share, price elasticity, valuation of other currencies. “Department of Commerce had ... Read More »

Class 5 and 8 students likely to face annual exams, says govt

NEW DELHI: With a survey indicating the need for significant improvement in their learning levels, the government on Thursday indicated that students of Classes 5 and 8 may have to appear for annual examinations. “According to an annual survey by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) on the learning achievement of children in Classes 3, 5, 8 ... Read More »