LAHORE: To establish new friendly business ties, the Egyptian government delegation visited the project site of CBD Punjab. Lahore Central Business District Development Authority (LCBDDA) CEO Imran Amin, Chief Operating Officer Brigadier Mansoor Janjua (Retired), LCBDDA Board Members and Chief Executives of the LCDBDA welcomed the delegates. The delegation wasRead More →

Have you ever thought about living in Stars Hollow? You are certainly not alone. Gilmore Girls is a classic that never seems to lose popularity years after its series ended. And, Gilmore Girls just wouldn’t Gilmore Girls without the town where it all happens: Stars Hollow. So what about LorelaiRead More →

news, latest news, Industrial action planned by staff at the CopRice factory in Cobden has been postponed. United Workers Union spokesman Tom Czech said staff met with company representatives last week. “Negotiations are progressing and as a result members voted to delay industrial action,” Czech said. “It’s a positive stepRead More →

Plans have been submitted for a brand new community-owned solar farm in Plymouth, which could power almost 4,000 homes a year. After launching the scheme this summer and undertaking extensive community consultation, Plymouth City Council and local charity Plymouth Energy Community (PEC) have submitted a joint planning application to developRead More →

A US-based law professor encourages authorities and leaders of the Ghanaian legal system to consider revamping their operations. Prof. Richmong Frimpong Oppong says it is high time for the Ghanaian legal system to embrace information technology (IT) to improve its operations. “..to date, while the state has enacted various lawsRead More →

Dangal Girl Zaira Wasim, who bid farewell to the Bollywood industry a long time ago, spoke about the current hijab issue that took place in Karnataka. The former actress took to her social media and shared a lengthy post criticizing the hijab ban in schools in Karnataka, calling it anRead More →

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Southern University’s Board of Supervisors has chosen a new leader. The board of trustees voted Friday to appoint University of Wisconsin-Platteville President Dennis Shields as the Southern University System’s new president and second president-chancellor. Shields will replace President-Chancellor Ray Belton, who announced last year thatRead More →

The best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews at Apple podcast or Podcast One. Agencies and vendors using contracts managed by the General Services Administration should notice some improvements in their buying experience throughout fiscal year 2022. The Federal Acquisition ServiceRead More →

The site of a former coal-fired power plant in Somerset will be transformed into Massachusetts’ first offshore wind turbine manufacturing plant, the governor announced Thursday. Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito visited the old Brayton Point Power Station to celebrate the plans. The state’s last coal-fired power plant,Read More →

Georgia’s public university regents voted unanimously Tuesday to name former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue as the sole finalist to become chancellor overseeing 26 universities. Regents will likely confirm Perdue’s choice to lead the 340,000 student system after a 14-day waiting period required by state law. Board chairman Harold Reynolds ofRead More →

Last month’s strike by 8,000 workers at the King Soopers grocery store in Colorado is an important strategic experiment for the working class. Once again, a powerful strike movement has been isolated and betrayed by pro-business unions, demonstrating the need for new organisations. Workers at King Soopers, which is ownedRead More →

Lancaster’s theatres, entertainment venues, restaurants and hospitality businesses need a parking system that encourages, not deters, visitors, said a leading adviser. A proposed new, simpler fare system has raised concerns that patrons of theaters and restaurants will be deterred, just as theatres, arts venues and restaurants are recovering from theRead More →

MULTIPLE BENEFITS: A committee said Taiwan’s presence in the trading bloc would boost Australia’s economy, while attaching conditions to China’s application to join. Editor, with CNA, Sydney An Australian parliamentary committee has voiced support for Taiwan’s bid to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) trade bloc, while alsoRead More →

This global Rail Passenger Information System Market The report brings data for the estimated year 2022 and forecast till 2028. The report also includes forecast factors, macroeconomic factors and market outlook of the Passenger Rail Information System market. They have provided accurate and reliable market data and helpful recommendations withRead More →

Elsewhere in entertainment, events and the arts this weekend: EXHIBITIONS: fit together Opening of the Arkansas Historical Museum, 200 E. Second St., Little Rock “Dovetails / We Adapt” Friday in the museum’s Trinity Gallery. The exhibit is a partnership with carpentry students from the Applied Design program at the UniversityRead More →

Indiana County Commissioners met this morning and approved a resolution to release funds from the Site-Specific Post-Closure Trust. The $40,838 requested by the resolution is for the Evergreen Conservancy and Emergency Management Agency system which monitors any traffic accidents that would impact water quality in Black Lick Creek, Yellow Creek,Read More →

The Global Veno-Arterial ECMO System Market report provides an in-depth analysis of global market growth, country-level market size, market share and market segment scope. The report contains the competitive landscape, value chain optimization, business procedures, current developments and identifies the business results of the global market. The Veno-Arterial ECMO SystemRead More →

Operation Ivy’s Jesse Michaels and Tim Armstrong reunite to perform “Sound System” appeared first on Consequence. For only the second time since Operation Ivy disbanded in 1989, frontman Jesse Michaels and guitarist Tim Armstrong performed music together on stage. On Saturday night, Michaels made a surprise appearance at the MusackRead More →

Both Ford and General Motors announced double-digit $1 billion profits for 2021 in their annual earnings reports released last week. Even as the pandemic continued to rage, sickening and killing countless workers and accelerating with the emergence of the Omicron variant, automakers raised massive sums for their big investors. FordRead More →

A decision is imminent on whether the nations of Britain and Ireland will drop their joint 2030 World Cup bid in favor of tilting when hosting Euro 2028. England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland had commissioned a feasibility study for the global showpiece, but political machinations in Fifa’s hallsRead More →

The last season of The attack of the Titans threw an unexpected element into the war between the people of Paradis and the nation of Marley with the Jaeger siblings figuring out how to use the Founding Titan’s power to time travel. While at first it seemed like Eren andRead More →

LONDON: An Iranian disinformation unit is targeting ultra-Orthodox and nationalist Jews on Facebook in a bid to stoke tensions with Palestinians in Israel, a watchdog has revealed. According to Israeli disinformation watchdog organization FakeReporter, the alleged online campaign allegedly operated on various social media platforms, including Facebook, and presented itselfRead More →