are you all stupid..the biggest war criminal in our time is Tony Blair lets do the job proper not just pick the easy targets,hang Blair lets do justice
When will we have Labour convicted over their Genocidal migration policies ?
Monday, November 20 2017
Apparently when England was dumping criminals in America and Australia she sent along a good supply of lunatics too.
Wednesday, November 29 2017
Home » Rajasthan » You are reading » National anthem mandatory at all OBC, SC/ST government hostels in Rajasthan admin November 29, 2017 National anthem mandatory at all OBC, SC/ST government hostels in Rajasthan 2017-11-29T02:26:31+00:00 Rajasthan No Comment National anthem mandatory at all OBC, SC/ST government hostels in Rajasthan The Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government in Rajasthan, in a new move, has made national anthem mandatory for at all OBC, SC/ST government hostels in the state. The Jaipur Municipal Corporation’s diktat making the national anthem mandatory for all government employees had made headlines. The employees were ordered to sing the national anthem in the morning and the national song before leaving for the day. Now, the Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government in Rajasthan has made national anthem mandatory at all government hostels under the Department for Social Justice and Empowerment (SJE) in the state. The Department for Social Justice and Empowerment runs the OBC, SC and ST hostels in the state. The national anthem is to be played at 7 AM every day. An order issued mandates all 789 government hostels to have its residents assemble in the morning and the national anthem sung. The order was issued yesterday (November 27). Department for Social Justice and Empowerment Principal Secretary Dr Samith Sharma said that the custom of singing the national anthem is not new. It was not being followed since past few years and that was the reason behind issuing a new order to make it a daily practice. http://www.stategovernmentnews.in/national-anthem-mandatory-obc-sc-st-government-hostels-rajasthan/ 2017-11-29T02:26:06+00:00 admin Rajasthan National anthem,OBC,Rajasthan government hostels,Rajasthan Govt News,SC,ST National anthem mandatory at all OBC, SC/ST government hostels in Rajasthan The Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government in Rajasthan, in a new move, has made national anthem mandatory for at all OBC, SC/ST government hostels in the state. The Jaipur Municipal Corporation's diktat making the national anthem mandatory for all government employees...
Monday, November 27 2017
Lynne Jenkin You seem to be unaware of how a heriditary monarchy works. There are strict rules on the succession and none of them as far as I know ask for your permission. Prince Harry is a credit to this country and good luck to him and his bride to be. As for not observing proprietarues if you ever meet them that’s up to you, but no one will think any better of you, especially your friends and family if you show them up.
Monday, November 27 2017
James Taner no before they got married i read somewhere she won't become queen and she'll hold a title but not queen.I for one will NEVER in a million years accept her as my queen or curtsy to her either !Can't curtsy if i don't respect or like them!
Thursday, November 30 2017
Tamil Nadu Government Employees Association (TNGEA) forum extends support to nurses stir About 20 members of Tamil Nadu Government Employees’ Association (TNGEA) organised a protest outside the Government Rajaji Hospital here on Wednesday, in solidarity with nurses who are on strike across the State. Tamil, one of the protesters, said this was the first time the nurses were going on strike in such large numbers. “We must support their stand. They care for us when we are unwell. They deserve pay revision,” he said. Contract nurses continued their protest for the third day, which affected healthcare delivery. They have been demanding higher salaries, permanent jobs and eight-hour shift. http://www.stategovernmentnews.in/tamil-nadu-government-employees-association-tngea-forum-extends-support-nurses-stir/ 2017-11-30T02:34:57+00:00 admin Tamil Nadu nurses Strike,Tamil Nadu Government Employees Association,Tamil Nadu Government Nurses,Tamil Nadu Government Nurses Strike,TNGEA Tamil Nadu Government Employees Association (TNGEA) forum extends support to nurses stir About 20 members of Tamil Nadu Government Employees' Association (TNGEA) organised a protest outside the Government Rajaji Hospital here on Wednesday, in solidarity with nurses who are on strike across the State. Tamil, one of the protesters, said this...
Thursday, November 30 2017
West Bengal Government provides financial relief to the Hills of North Bengal The Finance Department of the Government of West Bengal has issued two memos bringing relief to taxpayers and government employees in the Hills of North Bengal. Both had suffered financial loses owing to the recent Gorkhaland agitation including the 104 day long bandh. The Memo (No. 2120-F.T.) states that normalcy had been affected in the Darjeeling and Kalimpong Hills in North Bengal during the recent agitation. The taxpayers had faced difficulties in paying State government taxes and fees during the period. Penalty, late fee or fine is levied in case of delays. “With the objective of giving relief to such taxpayers, the State government has decided to grant exemption to the taxpayers of the hill subdivisions of Darjeeling and Kalimpong districts from payment of penalty, late fee or fine for the period from 9th June 2017 to 15th September 2017, for delayed payment of all State government taxes, by whatever name called including additional taxes, annual taxes, advance taxes and fees” declared the memo signed by HK Dwivedi, Principal Secretary, Finance Department. The other memo (no. 7283-F(P2)/FA/O/2M/47/13) also from the finance department states that all government employees including those in the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration and Government Aided Institutions who attended office during the entire bandh period will get 15 days Special Casual Leave. The leave can be availed within March 31, 2018 on prior application to the head office. Employees who attended partially during the bandh period will get the leave on pro-rata (proportional to the attendance) basis. The employees who were absent during the bandh and whose salaries have been withheld will be granted 15 days Special Casual Leave and for the remaining period of absence, Half Pay Leave out of their accumulated Half Pay Leave will be granted to regularize the period of absence. The teaching and non-teaching employees of Government -aided Schools and Colleges who will attend duty and take classes during winter vacation and other holidays to complete the prescribed syllabus will get their withheld salaries for the bandh period. Incidentally the Hills were in the grip of an agitation since 8th June to September 15 in demand of a separate state of Gorkhaland. The agitation also included a 104 day bandh. Initially the State Government through two orders on June 8, 2017 and June 11, 2017 had asked all employees working in the districts to report for duty failing which their salaries would be deducted for the days absent. There would be break in service also the orders had earlier warned. However with the restoration of normalcy in the Hills, the decisions were reviewed. During a recent visit to the district, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had assured that there would be no break in service. http://www.stategovernmentnews.in/west-bengal-government-provides-financial-relief-hills-north-bengal/ 2017-11-30T02:41:50+00:00 admin West Bengal financial relief,Hills of North Bengal Employees,North Bengal government employees,West Bengal government,West Bengal government Employees West Bengal Government provides financial relief to the Hills of North Bengal The Finance Department of the Government of West Bengal has issued two memos bringing relief to taxpayers and government employees in the Hills of North Bengal. Both had suffered financial loses owing to the recent Gorkhaland agitation including...
Wednesday, November 29 2017
Europe Eurozone unemployment drops further on buoyant recovery 2017 AP YEAR END PHOTOS - The buildings of the banking district are seen through rain drops on a glass railing in central Frankfurt, Germany, on Jan. 11, 2017. (Michael Probst/Associated Press) By Associated Press By Associated Press November 30 BRUSSELS — Official figures show that the unemployment rate in the 19-country eurozone has fallen to its lowest level since January 2009, further evidence that the buoyant economic recovery across the region is being felt in most corners of the labor market. Eurostat, the European Union’s statistics agency, said Thursday that the jobless rate fell to 8.8 percent in October, from 8.9 percent the previous month. That’s the lowest since January 2009, when the region, like the world economy, was reeling from the global financial crisis and the ensuing deep recession. Though the eurozone is growing strongly, inflation is not rising as anticipated. Eurostat said its headline measure was 1.5 percent in November. While up from October’s 1.4 percent, it was below expectations in markets for a rise to 1.6 percent.
Saturday, December 2 2017
It is partly deliberate policy but also no one has mentioned the fact that in June this year, the Home Office ousourced its visa processing to a French company SITEL UK which does not appear to be processing visas in an effective manner. From my partner's dealings with them (SITEL) it is clear that they have no idea what they are doing or are ill equipped to deal with the normal flow of visas, and it is no coincidence I am sure that they since they took over the processing of visas for UK his simple multi entry visitor's visa (which he uses for holidays only) has taken since August to arrive, in fact it came today, (prior to SITEL getting the contract, the whole process took approx 10 days). They have also prevaricated and procrastinated, claiming his case was "not straightforward" when he has applied and successfully received at least 8 visas to date sending in identical documentation every time . Apart from the government's deliberate and inhuman policies on immigration, its outsourcer is clearly inept, BUT it is making money for the government (charging for phone calls and emails) which is all the Tories are interested in.