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Bengal relents on Central force for civic polls

AFTER MUCH DILLYDALLYING for over a fortnight, West Bengal government has finally relented to the State Election Commission’s (SEC) recommendation for deployment of Central force during the forthcoming civic polls in Bengal. 231 more words

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A growing trend to de-privatise water services?

‘The privatization of Jakarta’s water, which has spanned 17 years, has come to an end as judges at the Central Jakarta District Court have approved a lawsuit from the Coalition of Jakarta Residents Opposing Water Privatization (KMMSAJ).’ See full article… 61 more words

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Commentary Ninety-six: a necessary plea of the Taiwanese republic

Author: Shawn Dexter John

Though I have inferred on the matter where presenting the same conclusion within the content of more general statements on the transgressions of democratic development, an investment in material objectivity requires me to install a scientific material on the circumstances of Taiwan, still known as the Republic of China. 1,270 more words

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Beyond bucks and acres: Accounting for performance

Post by Adena Rissman

People want conservation programs, such as streambank protection, wildlife habitat restoration, and conservation easements, to work well and produce results. But the most common information about their performance—for example, how much money was spent or how many acres were managed—doesn’t really tell us what kind of progress the programs are making. 773 more words

THE FULL TEXT OF GOVERNOR HENRY SERIAKE DICKSON’S SPECIAL BROADCAST TO THE PEOPLE OF BAYELSA STATE ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELEC TIONS ON THURSDAY, 26TH OF MARCH, 2015

THE FULL TEXT OF GOVERNOR HENRY SERIAKE DICKSON’S SPECIAL BROADCAST TO THE PEOPLE OF BAYELSA STATE ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS ON THURSDAY, 26TH OF MARCH, 2015… 1,397 more words

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GOV DICKSON DECLARES FRIDAY 27TH OF MARCH, AS PUBLIC HOLIDAY FOR ELIGIBLE VOTERS TO TRAVEL TO REMOTE RIVERINE COMMUNITIES IN READINESS FOR ELECTIONS

GOV DICKSON DECLARES FRIDAY 27TH OF MARCH, AS PUBLIC HOLIDAY FOR ELIGIBLE VOTERS TO TRAVEL TO REMOTE RIVERINE COMMUNITIES IN READINESS FOR ELECTIONS

26/03/2015‎.

Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State has declared tomorrow (Friday) a work free day to enable eligible voters travel to their communities in the remote riverine areas and other distant parts of the State in readiness for the Presidential and National Assembly polls on Saturday, 28thof March. 368 more words

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