People’s Pulse – Doaba: Oppn feels real opportunity as Punjab Cong fights dissent: The Tribune India

Deepkamal KaurTribune press serviceJalandhar, July 7 Doaba proved to be a congressional stronghold in 2017, with the party bagging 15 of the region’s 23 Assembly seats, a much better performance than in 2012, when it could only win six. As the Punjab heads to the polls early next year, the ruling party, which resonated with confidence in Doaba and elsewhere ...

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The Python Challenge Begins | Events

Photos by Katie Murphy of the Alliance for Florida National Parks There is only one competition that interests the Burmese python: to be the next ruler of the swamp. But the Alliance is here to help end his rule. Governor DeSantis recently announced that the Florida Python Challenge will now be held annually – and the sporting event will begin ...

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With union consent, Indian automakers ramp up production amid raging pandemic

Despite at least 21 deaths and thousands of coronavirus infections among autoworkers in southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, in the past two months, the party government of the State Dravida Munnetra Kazhakam (DMK) demanded that automobile production be carried out essentially at full capacity. . The government has said that “any business that exports or supplies export-oriented industries will ...

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Global Covid-19 death toll exceeds 4 million

In total, three countries account for more than a third of all deaths worldwide. The United States, which has the highest death toll with 606,000, accounts for 15% of the world total, followed by Brazil and India. The Delta variant, a more transmissible and possibly more dangerous strain of coronavirus, is also contributing to an increase in cases in some ...

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New report aims to make musculoskeletal health a global priority

An international research team has found that despite being the leading global cause of pain, disability, and health care spending, the prevention and management of musculoskeletal health, including conditions such as low back pain , fractures, arthritis and osteoporosis, are globally under-prioritized has developed an action plan to fill this gap. In response to a targeted call from the Global ...

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Coffee benefits farmers in Kenya

The Growers Alliance Café & Gift Shop on Anastasia Boulevard in St. Augustine isn’t just a business for owners Martin Kabuki and Purity Gikunju – it’s a way to help coffee growers in their native Kenya. Children of coffee farmers, the partners know the hard life of the people who harvest the beans for drink. While working as a dishwasher ...

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Arizona’s Most Influential Women in Business for 2021

There are many adjectives that could be used to describe each of the most influential women in business in Arizona for 2021. Smart. Inventive. Independent. But also solidarity. “What makes me most proud is to see those I have led, mentored or coached – especially those of the next generation of workers – thrive in the best versions of themselves,” ...

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judge upholds order banning Selah from removing anti-racist group signs | Crime and courts

A federal judge formalized his previous order prohibiting Selah city officials from enforcing parts of the city’s ordinances on signs. The 35-page order of United States District Court Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson, issued on June 30, expanded her original oral order in the lawsuit brought by members of the Selah Alliance For Equality against the city. SAFE alleges in court ...

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Myanmar mountain camp where rebels train to fight the junta

They are pouring into Camp Victoria, the headquarters of the longtime ethnic Chin National Front (CNF) army in western Myanmar near the Indian border. They defy attempts by camp management to suspend training due to the Covid-19 pandemic. At the dawn of adulthood, these volunteers say they demonstrated against the military coup that swept through their civilian government in February. ...

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