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Homes for Ukraine – updated guidance for agents

Propertymark has improved the Homes for Ukraine program FAQs in response to refugee accommodation inquiries to help letting agents advise their landlords and tenants. March 25, 2022 FAQ: Accommodation for Ukraine On March 14, 2022, the UK government announced that UK individuals, charities, community groups and businesses could express their …

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7500 Club: Life Changes, Fall College Series

It’s been a while! May 24, 2021 by Michael ball and Sam Echevarria in the podcast with comments In this episode of the 7500 Club, Sam and Mike catch up on some major life changes that have happened since their last episode. After that, they discuss what the Fall College …

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Mixed trend in rubber – the Hindu BusinessLine

The rubber spot was in a mixed mood on Monday. RSS 4 continued to close unchanged at ₹ 172 per kg, according to traders and the Rubber Board. According to reports, foreclosure restrictions continued to weigh on sentiment, although tight supplies should extend further price support. Meanwhile, RSS 5 and …

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PM Modi joins crucial BJP, RSS meets on UP electoral strategy one year ahead of polls

The BJP has started work on the party’s electoral strategy for the assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, fearing that the handling of the Covid-19 crisis could negatively impact the party’s prospects in the poll crucial next year. Several top leaders have gathered in recent days to discuss the way forward …

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How the Sangh Parivar brings the northeast to the Ram page

MARGHERITA, ASSAM: The months of January and February have been hectic for Harish Saikia and Rubul Chetia from Margherita, a small town in the far corner of Assam, not far from the border with Myanmar. The duo were among the 13,000 or so kayrakarta of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and …

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Calls on Canberra to support biotech, as medical tech companies wait for funding

One of the country’s most seasoned biotech investors urged the federal government to do more to support the sector, as medical tech companies wait for funding to come from a $ 1.5 billion program to boost manufacturing in Australia. The life sciences industry applauded the $ 1.5 billion “modern manufacturing …

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J&K: NIA files indictment against 3 Hizbul terrorists for looting weapons to target BJP-RSS leaders

The NIA investigation revealed that three defendants used to provide logistical support and organize shelter for terrorists in Hizbul. The accused have been identified as Jaffer Hussain, Tanveer Ahmed Malik and Taraq Hussain Giri. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday filed a complaint against three Hizbul-Mujahideen (HM) terrorists at …

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RSS vs BJP: Discord in the family – UP Front News

At the end of his seventh year as the country’s prime minister, Narendra Modi never thought his relationship with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) would be on such slippery ground. After all, Modi, now a Pracharak politician, has indulged at least two of the Sangh’s obsessions: Ram Mandir in Ayodhya …

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Shashi Tharoor – The New Indian Express

Through Express press service KASARGOD: Kerala lawmakers condemned decision by Kasaragod-based Central University of Kerala suspend assistant professor of political science Gilbert Sebastian, who criticized the Centre’s vaccine policy and called the RSS-BJP a proto-fascist organization during its class. Student organizations, with the exception of the plaintiff ABVP, have asked …

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Thousands of students join climate rally in Melbourne

“The Earth is getting hotter than my imaginary boyfriend,” read a sign written by students at Camberwell Girls Grammar School. A student at the school, Charli Lincke, 16, took part in a Friday morning outing to deliver a letter to Mr Frydenberg’s neighboring office. Camberwell Girls Grammar School grade 11 …

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Market cycle on steroids leaves Wall Street guessing

Loading So, whatever doubts the 14-month stock rally raises, in Buckland’s eyes the current fundamentals are too strong to ignore. In fact, his team found that since 1976, there have not been years where revenues have increased by more than 25 percent and the market is down. “We would buy …

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Canberra-NZ flights in time for summer, proposed by ACT government | The Canberra Times

news, act-politics, Direct flights could connect Canberra to New Zealand in time for a busy summer tourist season, under a proposal to airlines put forward by the ACT government. Chief Minister Andrew Barr will travel to New Zealand next week to meet with counterparts from Wellington and Auckland to present …

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Why leaders patting BJP’s back must hear Mohan Bhagwat’s speech again

Illustration by Ramandeep Kaur | The imprint Text size: A- A + RAshtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leader Mohan Bhagwat’s “Unlimited Positivity” lecture last weekend seems to have inflamed many members of the Bharatiya Janata party. On Sunday, BL Santhosh, general secretary (organization) of the BJP, launched a meteoric attack on Akhilesh …

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Coronavirus: ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr refuses to intervene in debate on closing international borders | The Canberra Times

coronavirus, Andrew Barr, COVID-19, Covid, coronavirus, Australian borders, Covid vaccine, vaccine borders ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr declined to intervene in the debate over closing international borders after the NSW treasurer lobbied for vaccine targets to be linked to the reopening of Australia. The federal budget suggested the country’s international …

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Journalist Seema Chishti mocks Hinduism while pretending to criticize RSS

It is said that a person who suffers from jaundice sees yellow. It’s an idiom, lest Seema Chishti, journalist and wife of CPIM leader Sitaram Yechury accuse me of wishing him jaundice. You see, anything can happen these days. Tweet from Seema Chishti Sharing a screenshot of Jansatta’s headline which …

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RSS transforms former British-era hospital into 200-bed COVID-19 facility

The RSS has also always extended a helping hand whenever the country is faced with a national crisis. It has often used its organizational mechanisms to help the country overcome various difficulties. This time around, they have stepped forward to help revive a massive British-era hospital in Karnataka as the …

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