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Exclusive - Obama to propose $2.5 billion tax credit for community college investment | Reuters

Feb 06, 2016

Exclusive - Obama to propose $2.5 billion tax credit for community college investment | Reuters

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama will propose a $2.5 billion tax credit over five years for businesses that invest in programs at local community colleges and hire their graduates, administration officials said on Friday. #United States #India #Middle East #Education #markets #United Kingdom #Latin America
Nursery admission: Delhi HC fixes 4 years of age as upper limit in private schools

Feb 05, 2016

Nursery admission: Delhi HC fixes 4 years of age as upper limit in private schools

In yet another set back to the AAP government, Delhi High Court on Friday stayed its notification fixing four years as the upper age limit for nursery admission in private unaided schools of the national capital. #NewsTracker #Education #Delhi High Court #Age Limit #school #AAP government #Nursery Admission
Nursery admission: If you have felt insulted as a parent, then demand big change in the education system

Feb 05, 2016

Nursery admission: If you have felt insulted as a parent, then demand big change in the education system

If you are a parent and have tried to secure admission for your child to any private school in Delhi, let alone a nursery school, you know how harrowing the experience is. #HowThisWorks #Delhi #Kejriwal #Nursery Admissions #School education #AAP government #Management quota
Will appeal against Delhi HC order on management quota: Sisodia

Feb 04, 2016

Will appeal against Delhi HC order on management quota: Sisodia

The AAP government will appeal the Delhi High Court's Thursday order restoring the management quota in private unaided schools, said Manish Sisodia. #Delhi #NewsTracker #Education #Manish Sisodia #Nursery Admissions #AAP #Management quota
Tanzanian woman assault: How racism and malice goes beyond Bengaluru

Feb 04, 2016

Tanzanian woman assault: How racism and malice goes beyond Bengaluru

A friend of mine informed me that a mob had attacked a Tanzanian woman in Bengaluru and she was beaten and stripped because a Sudanese man had killed someone with his car. I remembered someone asking me: How people can be so hostile in a peaceful country like India? #InMyOpinion #Bengaluru #Ludhiana #Racism #Xenophobia #Sowmiya Ashok #Punjab College of Technical Education #Tkay Noel #Yannick
Turkish PM Davutoglu says Turkey respects Iraq's territorial integrity | Reuters

Jan 24, 2016

Turkish PM Davutoglu says Turkey respects Iraq's territorial integrity | Reuters

ISTANBUL Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Saturday the Turkish military was in Iraq to ward off Islamic state, reiterating that Ankara respects Iraqi territorial unity. At a news conference following a meeting with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, Davutoglu said only the legitimate Syrian opposition should be involved with negotiations over Syria #Islam #Education #markets #Turkey #publishing #Foreign policy
U.S. says prepared for military solution against Islamic State in Syria | Reuters

Jan 23, 2016

U.S. says prepared for military solution against Islamic State in Syria | Reuters

ISTANBUL U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said on Saturday that the United States and Turkey were prepared for a military solution against Islamic State in Syria if a political settlement was not possible, amid uncertainty over scheduled peace talks. The latest round of Syria peace talks are planned to begin on Monday in Geneva but were at risk of being delayed partly because of a dispute over who will comprise the opposition delegation. #India #Islam #science #Education #markets #Iran #Foreign policy
Five dead, two critically hurt in Canada school shooting - prime minister | Reuters

Jan 23, 2016

Five dead, two critically hurt in Canada school shooting - prime minister | Reuters

WINNIPEG, Manitoba Five people were killed and two critically injured in a school shooting in a remote part of Saskatchewan on Friday and a suspect is in custody, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. Trudeau did not give a motivation for the shooting in La Loche, about 600 km (375 miles) north of the city of Saskatoon. But La Loche acting Mayor Kevin Janvier told the Canadian Press the incident may have started at the suspect's home. #United States #Business #Education #Crime #graphics