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Canada updates rules, no extension for PG work permits expiring after December 31

Indian Express 09 Dec 2023
However, they have not extended this policy for those whose PGWPs are expiring on January 1, 2024 ... Currently, international students in Canada can study online and offline on a 50.50 basis. This temporary policy will continue but only for students who began a study programme before September 1, 2024, as per IRCC, said Varun Khanna, a MYSO volunteer.
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Tinubu: Nigeria Has Enough Manpower to Stimulate Economic Development

This Day 09 Dec 2023
National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), the President said his administration will review the document and integrate salient recommendations into ongoing policies and programmes within the Renewed Hope Agenda ... ‘’As an apex institution for policy research and strategic studies.
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‘Traditional South Asian crisis management approach inadequate’

The News International 09 Dec 2023
Threlkeld, director of the South Asia Program at the Stimson Centre, was speaking at a roundtable organised by Centre for International Strategic Studies (CISS), Islamabad. Think tank professionals, academics and foreign policy experts participated in the roundtable ... — Facebook/Center for International Strategic Studies.
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Ombudsman celebrates International Anti-Corruption Day; initiates ‘Sikhay Laban sa Korapsyon’

Manila Bulletin 09 Dec 2023
In a statement, the OMB described its SiLaK initiative as a "collaborative advocacy platform to facilitate data-driven policy development and strategic innovations in the anti-corruption sector." ... and exchange facilities of anti-corruption studies, experience, and best practices.
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China has 1.64 mln new-energy vehicles in commercial operation: official

People Daily 09 Dec 2023
Speaking of future development, the vice minister said the country will study and formulate relevant industrial supporting policies to further accelerate the promotion and application of new-energy vehicles in the transportation industry ... .
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India, nations with high per capita emissions can't be put together: EU official

Hindustan Times 09 Dec 2023
According to a study conducted by the New Delhi-based public policy think tank Centre for Social and Economic Progress (CSEP), Indian exporters of steel and aluminium could lose up to USD 2 billion due to border taxation in European countries, bearing in mind that India was the eighth-largest exporter of iron and steel to the EU in 2019.
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EU Parliament: Can’t put India and nations with high per capita emissions in same basket

Financial Express 09 Dec 2023
According to a study conducted by the New Delhi-based public policy think tank Centre for Social and Economic Progress (CSEP), Indian exporters of steel and aluminium could lose up to USD 2 billion due to border taxation in European countries, bearing in mind that India was the eighth-largest exporter of iron and steel to the EU in 2019.
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100 Years of Excellence at Uzuakoli Methodist College

This Day 09 Dec 2023
Others that have followed the diplomatic route are Grant Ehiobuche (Ambassador Dem Rep of Congo and Japan) and Emmanuel Obi Okafor (my classmate) was the Minister, Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations and is currently the President of the alumni association of the Nigerian Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies.
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Tinubu: Nigeria Has Enough Manpower to Stimulate Economic, National Development 

This Day 08 Dec 2023
Issues, Challenges and Prospects,’ submitted by the Senior Executive Course 45 of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), the president said his administration will review the document and integrate salient recommendations into ongoing policies and programmes within the Renewed Hope Agenda.
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Generous social welfare policies are linked to decreased child neglect

Phys Dot Org 08 Dec 2023
Young children in low-income households could be at risk for abuse and neglect if their parents are unable to receive adequate child care subsidies, according to a new University of Michigan study published in Child Maltreatment ... The study involved 11 years of data ending in 2019 about two child care subsidy policies.
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India

Deccan Herald 08 Dec 2023
... has studied Indian grasslands.</p>.<p>With labels such as ‘wastelands’ or ‘degraded forests’,&nbsp;the British policies let agriculture, tree plantations, afforestation efforts and other developmental projects reclaim them—a practice that has continued to this day.
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Academic freedom of students

The Manila Times 08 Dec 2023
Sweezy provides the four freedoms subsumed in the term academic freedom as the freedom to determine on academic grounds who shall teach, what shall be taught, how it shall be taught and who shall be admitted to study ... Here's a case study from a question sent by one of our followers and the legal advice I gave on the matter..
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COP28 Is a Business Bonanza. Should It Be?

Time 08 Dec 2023
And indeed, some companies come to COP having earned true green credentials, not only by decarbonizing their businesses but also by supporting government policy to push others to do the same.&nbsp; ... There are certainly some companies that come with little to show—and no intention of pushing for helpful government policy.
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Doha Institute celebrates graduation of 10th cohort of Doha Residence Program

The Peninsula 08 Dec 2023
The Doha Institute offers a wide range of courses in humanities and social studies, enabling students to actively participate in discussions with guest speakers and access intellectual events hosted by the DI and the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies.
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Italy's exit from China's Belt & Road Initiative. Why India should be happy

Live Mint 08 Dec 2023
... expressing their concerns about the policies of President Xi Jinping.Also Read ... Pant, Vice President of Studies and Foreign Policy at Observer Research Foundation calls it a 'real crisis for China' as he underscored the trust deficit between China and the Western world today.
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