Orion Donovan-Smith, The Washington Post Published 8:07 am PST, Thursday, February 21, 2019 Magdalene Menyongar and her daughter, Gabby, in their home in Maple Grove, Minn., on Feb. 3, 2019. Magdalene Menyongar and her daughter, Gabby, in their home in Maple Grove, Minn., on Feb. 3, 2019. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Jenn Ackerman Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Jenn Ackerman Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 Magdalene Menyongar and her daughter, Gabby, in their home in Maple Grove, Minn., on Feb. 3, 2019. Magdalene Menyongar and her daughter, Gabby, in their home in Maple Grove, Minn., on Feb. 3, 2019. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Jenn Ackerman End of immigration program … [Read more...] about End of immigration program gives Liberians in US a choice: Leave their American children or become undocumented
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NEW DELHI: The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) left more than 2,500 seats vacant from its all-India quota in the last four years, a reply to an RTI query has revealed, despite there being thousands of eligible candidates. The ICAR, an autonomous body under the Agriculture Ministry for coordinating agriculture education in India, conducts the All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA) for undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) courses in agriculture and allied activities (except veterinary science) every year for government institutes across the country. The entrance is conducted for 15 per cent of total UG and 25 per cent of total PG seats in these institutes/universities, barring the few chosen ones where the council reserves 100 per cent seats under AIEEA. As per the data given by the council in response to the RTI query, a total of 2,558 seats were left vacant for both UG and PG combined in the last four years across these institutes/universities. The … [Read more...] about ICAR leaves 2,500-plus agri seats vacant, millions in fees not refunded
Rafa Benitez is hoping hewill have at least two new players before the transfer window closes at 11pm on Thursday night. The Newcastle boss has targeted a left-back, wide man and playmaker as he looks to guide his side away from the Premier League relegation zone.Benitez thought he had secured one of those, Left-sider Jordan Lukaku, last week, only for the Lazio man to fail a medical, and the Daily Mail has reported that Newcastle are switching their attentions back to Monaco defender Antonio Barreca.The 23-year-old has been one of the left-backs that United have monitored throughout the transfer window and reports suggest they remain confident of signing the player on loan before the window closes,READ MORE: Rafa Benitez on Newcastle United's transfer business: 'I don't do the deals'The Mail also claim that the move for Barreca is part of a double swoop by the Magpies, with Benfica midfielder Andreas Samaris also a target. The 29-year-old Greece international has fallen down the … [Read more...] about Newcastle United transfers: Double swoop on cards plus Miguel Almiron and Yannick Bolasie updates
Sadiq Khan was today accused of cronyism and “jobs for mates” after appointing the Labour leader of Lambeth council as his violent crime czar. Lib Peck will lead the Mayor’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU), which aims to use a “public health” approach to cutting knife and gun crime by making interventions at an early age. She beat former Parole Board chairman Nick Hardwick to the £100,000-plus job. Mr Khan, who last week met the family of Jaden Moodie, the 14-year-old stabbed to death in Leyton, wants to replicate the success of Glasgow by treating violence as a “virus”. But Lib Dem Caroline Pidgeon said she was “utterly disappointed” to see a Labour politician rather than a crime professional appointed. She said: “If we are to turn around the growth in violence across the capital we need professional experts in this field heading up this unit and delivering, not career politicians who are the mates of the … [Read more...] about Mayor in cronyism row over his choice for new gangs czar