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Philippines Govt working to tag key power projects
Ten energy ventures are being evaluated for possible proclamation as projects of national importance, a senior government official said, subsequently benefiting from streamlined approval processes.
United States U.S.: Efforts to Updates Systems Will Also Transform How Employees Will Work
As part of its IT modernization strategy, the Trump administration is making the use of commercial cloud services a top priority.
United States U.S.: Voting Machine Issues in Nevada Worse Than First Reported
For hundreds of Nevada voters and candidates, June’s primary election did not go as planned.
South Africa First Lady on official US visit
First Lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe, the spouse of President Cyril Ramaphosa, will from today kick off her official visit to the United States, where she will undertake various public engagements.
South Africa SA gears up for UNGA
In just five days, President Cyril Ramaphosa will join other world leaders at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as they present their views on pressing world issues.
South Africa To fight poverty, world should invest in Africa’s youth: Bill Gates
Gates put forward a "simple idea" that investing in the health and education of Africa's younger generation would help tackle poverty.
Australia Gender Gap Narrows but Push Towards Science Has Lowered Wages
Policies to boost female participation have helped narrow the gender gap in career earnings but pushing students to study science has resulted in smaller pay packets. Those are the results of a Grattan Institute analysis of graduate earnings and employment outcomes, released on Monday, which found the benefit of having a university degree is actually shrinking. Female university graduates still earn about $14,000 a year more than women whose highest qualification is year 12, while for men the pr ...
India Delhi Becomes First Indian City to Offer Govt Services at Doorsteps
Delhi on Monday became the first Indian city to deliver a host of government services at the doorsteps of its citizens, a much-awaited initiative to usher in transparency and efficiency into the national capital’s governance system.
Global Hartron---Implementing Digital India Vision in Haryana
HARTRONCreating a conducive environment for startups in Haryana by taking key initiatives regarding creation of incubation network and playing a major role in implementation of Digital India vision, especially digital infrastructure as a utility for citizens, the Haryana State Electronics Development Corporation (HARTRON) is at the forefront of providing a major thrust on application of Information Technology in the Government.
Viet Nam New regulation on wages issued
The Government has issued a decree to update provisions of the Labour Code relating to wages. The newly issued decree, which will take effect from November 1 this year, details regulations for wage scales, payroll and labour productivity norms.
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