"It's without taxes so it's equivalent to a salary of more than C$100,000 a year, so it's a great start in life for that young lady," Patrice Lavoie, a spokeswoman for Loto-Quebec, told the Canadian Press. … [Read more...] about Canadian Man Wins Lottery, Celebrates Birthday and Retires on Same Day
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The Sacramento Bee launched The State Worker blog in 2008 to cover state government from the perspective of California government employees. Every day The Bee filters the news through a single question: "What does this mean for state workers?" Subscribe to alerts on state pay, benefits, pensions, contracts and jobs at sacbee.com/newsletters. Twitter: @TheStateWorker. … [Read more...] about Disabled workers fear losing their jobs at California prison
“That a sword should survive more than a thousand years in the open is hard for some people to believe,” Lars Pilo, a local archaeologist, told Fox News. But he pointed out that “previously we have found iron arrowheads that are even older, with the same degree of preservation.” … [Read more...] about Swedish Girl Called Saga Finds 1,000-Year-Old Sword In Lake
Soon, they didn't need to use the app for most conversations as Byron started to pick up more English. The sticky notes they had placed all over the house with English and Spanish translations — the door, the microwave, the bathroom — were rarely necessary. … [Read more...] about Year without Byron: 1,000 miles between migrant boy, parents
The holy sight of Ganga river gives knowledge, splendour, name, fame etc. The gravest of sins like Bramhatya (killing of Brahmin) and Gauhatya ( killing of a cow) get absolved by the mere touch of Ganga holy water, reads the above mentioned shloka. India can be categorised as the only country where river is more than a river, more than water, more than a source of life, more than any role that a river plays in anyone’s life. The holy river Ganga is said to have Lord Shiva’s spirits in its core, is devotionally worshipped by the Indians. There is a famous saying that “all the religions had their growth between Ganga and the Euphrates.” In the holy place haridwar, Ganga after escaping from the giant Himalayas partakes of the ancient rituals, receives the blessings and begins her work in earnest, with a renewed devotion, as she enters the plain, from where she makes her way a thousand miles or more to sea. It would be superficial for anyone to explain … [Read more...] about Is Interlinking of Rivers a Violation of International Environmental Law?