Non Payment Of TV Licence May No Longer Be A Criminal Offence

The news that ministers are looking to debate whether non-payment of the TV licence fee should become a civil offence has sparked a great deal of debate and interest. While the BBC will have a lot to say about this matter, everyone is affected. Whether a person pays (or doesn’t pay their licence fee), they… Continue reading Non Payment Of TV Licence May No Longer Be A Criminal Offence

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The Case Of Native American Grants

There is an effort to improve the prospects of Native Americans. This is part of the sustainable development initiative that is encouraged by both the Federal and state government. At the local level, the Native American grants can have a significant impact on the levels of education for people that fall within this category. There… Continue reading The Case Of Native American Grants

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Family Sues After Being Escorted From Empire State Building For Praying

Amina 30-year-old, and Fahad Tirmizi 32-year-old, a Muslim couple from Long Island, this family files $5 million lawsuit by Manhattan federal court after praying in the Empire State Building. They were Muslim, wearing traditional Muslim dresses, engaged in Muslim prayer. The problem is in last year July 2, when Fahad and Amina Tirmizi visited the Empire… Continue reading Family Sues After Being Escorted From Empire State Building For Praying

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Obama Says U.S. Will Never Recognize Crimea’s Secession Vote

The U.S. and its Unions in Europe are announced against on Russia rules, including visa bans and potential Circulating asset freezes, on 16 march 2014, one day after Crimea’s vote to break away from Ukraine and join Russia. President Obama says, Russian President Vladimir Putin on 15 march 2014 that Crimea’s vote “would never be… Continue reading Obama Says U.S. Will Never Recognize Crimea’s Secession Vote

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China Government Gives Priority To Making Jobs, And Not Targeted On Population Growth

China’s government minister announced on Thursday, March 6, 2014. that making jobs is that the government’s priority on this year and economic process below the official target of 7.5 % may be acceptable. The economic target proclaimed in the week is “about7.5%,” that may mean growth may be not up to that, Lou Jiwei  aforesaid… Continue reading China Government Gives Priority To Making Jobs, And Not Targeted On Population Growth

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European Human Rights Privacy Policy And Media’s Apprehensions

 It’s “Human Rights Privacy Policy versus freedom of media functioning” in European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) today. Sensing its potentiality to handicap media’s freeness to unearth the truth, legal fraternity has vehemently opposed to introduction of this privacy criteria. The Actual Criteria: The criteria refers to whether the substance is of general interest, whether… Continue reading European Human Rights Privacy Policy And Media’s Apprehensions

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