More than 92 percent, or 764,314, of Vietnamese businesses have registered to switch to using electronic invoices (e-invoices), according to the deputy head of the General Tax Department. Additionally, more than 52,770 business and individual households nationwide have switched to e-invoices, according to a recent report. Promoting electronic invoices isRead More →

Serving and retired army officers at the conclave in Udhampur on Friday. Gray area war underway in J&K, Ladakh: Comdr Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, June 3: The Army’s Northern Command, headquartered in Udhampur, held a three-day brainstorming ‘Strategic Conclave’ which discussed measures to deal with growing challenges as the head ofRead More →

Over the past month, the Biden administration has taken several notable steps aimed at creating an environmental law enforcement strategy focused on tackling pollution that has traditionally been concentrated in low-income and disadvantaged communities. While it has been clear since his inauguration in January 2021 that environmental justice (EJ) isRead More →

KOLKATA: Several kiosk owners at Boipara on College Street – the world’s largest second-hand book market – have started opening stores on Sundays to maximize sales and offset losses suffered due to the pandemic over the past two years, the damage inflicted by cyclones and extreme weather conditions and theRead More →

Updated NI 43-101 Feasibility Study Assumptions Increased Project Pretax NPV at C$383.1 million (previously – C$175.8 million) and after-tax NPV at C$287 million (previously – C$126.3 million) Average life-of-mine EBITDA increased to C$102 million per year (previously $67.6 million); peaking at C$168 million in the fourth year of production TheRead More →

By aligning the rules on vaping with tobacco, Scotland’s proposals on tougher regulations on the advertising and promotion of electronic cigarettes “confuse” vaping with combustible tobacco, the UKIVA has said. The industry body added that it will “create an entirely separate regulatory environment” in Scotland than anywhere else in theRead More →

Synchronized with Mental Health Awareness Month, the webinar will provide information on identifying children at risk with a student safety framework SAN DIEGO, May 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Linewize, a division of Family Zone (ASX:FZO), a growing education technology company, today announced that it will be hosting a free webinarRead More →

Images from the INQUIRER.net image bank Two lawmakers urged the implementation of effective measures to limit the impact of April’s 4.9% inflation rate, which is above the government’s target range of 2 to 4%. Deputy House Speaker and 1-Pacman Rep. Michael Romero noted that without an adequate response, “high inflationRead More →

The President of the Liberia Association of Human Resource Professionals (ALHRP), Jonah Soe Kotee, called on the government of Liberia, including its social partners in the country, to ensure adequate security measures to ensure the protection and employee benefits within the Republic of Liberia. . Kotee wants the protection ofRead More →

Malaysian researchers used real-time continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data from study participants considered overweight or obese to assess their risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D) associated with eating a meal at rice base and its impact on postprandial hyperglycemia. Data from real-time continuous glucose monitoring (rtCGM) has been shown toRead More →

By Hiran H. Senewiratne The government will publish a special notification in the Official Gazette to prevent and control informal transfers of foreign exchange reserves out of the country, Central Bank Governor Dr. Nandalal Weerasinghe said. “At present, many people transfer US dollars and other foreign currencies through informal systems,Read More →

Sujal Pradhan, NET Correspondent, Sikkim Minister of Department of Forestry and Environment – Karma Loday Bhutia spoke at length about the stringent measures taken by the state administration to address the continuing issue of alleged land invasion by pharmaceutical company IPCA in Melli, in Namchi District. Addressing a press conference,Read More →

The Department of Homeland Security will apply an outreach, collaboration, and intelligence-sharing framework to counter domestic violent extremism against targeted communities under the department’s new Equity Action Plan. The plan was developed pursuant to President Biden’s January 20, 2021 Executive Order on Promoting Racial Equity and Supporting Underserved Communities throughRead More →

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg From April 18, South Korea will remove all social distancing measures except for wearing masks. The Korean Herald reported. The announcement was made on Friday April 15 by the country’s Prime Minister Kim Boo-kyum during a Covid-19 response meeting. In addition,Read More →

After the Glasgow climate summit at the end of 2021, climate change took a back seat, the Russian-Ukrainian war, the Covid pandemic, the elections, the hijab controversy, etc. making headlines. But there is no escaping the problem of climate change, which is becoming increasingly serious. A UN climate report fromRead More →

A lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), the new economic stimulus measures announced by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta are a positive sign for international communities. In an interview with JoyNews’ Newsfile on Saturday, Dr Agyapomaa Gyeke-Dako said the moves would boost investor confidence in the country. “IfRead More →

Strengthen measures to combat AMR DHNS, 22 March 2022, 00:07 ist updated: March 22, 2022, 00:45 ist Although the problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been discussed for a long time, its impact has not been clearly estimated so far. This is because it was difficult to separate and clearlyRead More →

Troop Councilor Ross Cassie has welcomed measures agreed at a meeting of Aberdeenshire Council’s Infrastructure Services Committee to tackle the problem of urban seagulls. The move follows ongoing complaints about gulls in coastal and inland communities, including noise, aggressive behavior, soiling and bird feeding. Currently the local authority is undertakingRead More →

One of the nation’s top performing grammar schools has been the subject of special measures after it was downgraded from ‘outstanding’ to ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted. King David High School, a Jewish public school in Crumpsall with 800 students, has been accused of “unlawful discrimination” against students on the grounds ofRead More →

Aberdeenshire Council this week agreed an immediate action plan to tackle the problem of urban gulls in the area. Aberdeenshire has agreed a five-year plan to tackle seagull problems The move follows ongoing complaints about gulls in coastal and inland communities, including noise, aggressive behavior, soiling and gull feeding. CurrentlyRead More →

DUBAI, 11th March, 2022 (WAM) — The first Global Police Summit, 14-17 March 2022, in Dubai, will enable “global law enforcement actors” to jointly develop policing methods to prevent crime modern. The summit will take place at the Dubai Exhibition Center under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed binRead More →

March 7, 2022 TOKYO – Some prefectural governors and experts have raised concerns about the effectiveness of near-emergency priority measures that require restaurants to shorten their opening hours, as these restaurants are no longer the main source of new coronavirus clusters. ■ Against extension “Continuing to force restaurants and otherRead More →

In the contemporary global community, crimes have become abruptly and blatantly prevalent in such a way that one could boldly argue that they are rapidly becoming synonymous with modern society otherwise known as the “digital age”. As such unwarranted and barbaric activities unabatedly prevail, it has clearly become imperative forRead More →

CUMBRIA Constabulary is highlighting its invisible policing work to protect vulnerable people in the community. Under the MOSOVO (Management of Sex Offenders and Violent Offenders) programme, a specialized department within the Public Protection Unit, a robust and complex management of registered sex offenders and violent criminals will be carried out.Read More →

(The Center Square) – Several Republican attorneys general have taken action against two crowdfunding sites in an effort to protect Americans who have donated to the Canadian Freedom Convoy, a group of truckers and pro-freedom Canadians peacefully protesting against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other restrictions imposed by Prime Minister JustinRead More →

New Jersey, United States,-The latest report published by Market Research Intellect presents an in-depth analysis of the global construction steel tape measure market. This research report assesses ever-changing market dynamics that are expected to affect the trajectory of the overall market. Analysts have studied historical market performance and compared itRead More →

BEIJING — On a recent morning, the sound of gagging titleholders undergoing their daily coronavirus throat swab from a woman in a hazmat suit echoed off the marble floors of a hotel inside the winter olympics bubble. Nearby, two workers wearing face shields, protective aprons and slippers wiped down theRead More →

SINGAPORE — While business leaders and associations welcomed initiatives announced by Finance Minister Lawrence Wong to move their operations forward, they said further measures would present obstacles and urged the government to help them stay on track. They endorsed the Job Growth Incentive Scheme, the Temporary Bridge Loan Scheme andRead More →

Most schools in Taiwan reopened for the new semester as planned on Friday, despite concerns about the local spread of the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2. Only Kaohsiung and Taoyuan have postponed the reopening of kindergartens until tomorrow, and Kaohsiung announced on Thursday that elementary schools will also delay their startRead More →

Posted on Wednesday, February 9, 2022 TIME is running out for people to make their voices heard in a consultation that proposes a range of measures to tackle rogue landlords and help protect renters in communities across the city. Leicester City Council is considering introducing additional measures requiring landlords andRead More →

PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara has set out its priorities to create the right conditions for the Malaysian financial sector to capitalize on digitalization while ensuring that the associated risks are well understood and effectively managed by financial institutions. Governor Tan Sri Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus said this reflected the rapidlyRead More →

The chief medical officer is expected to tell TDs and senators there will be an “ongoing need” to retain certain public health measures such as mask-wearing to reduce risk. Dr Tony Holohan is also expected to say the country must have the capability to respond to “any emerging threat”, asRead More →

Legislation allowing Britain to hit banks, energy companies and “Kremlin-friendly oligarchs” with economic sanctions will be introduced by the government this week, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has said. The plan is the UK’s latest attempt to dissuade Russian President Vladimir Putin from launching an invasion of Ukraine. “We are goingRead More →