“The state government has decided that all girl students should get a passport from their institutions along with their graduation degree”, announced the Haryana CM during a programme “Har Sar Helmet” organised on Saturday to provide learners’ driving licenses and free helmets to about 100 students in Karnal. … [Read more...] about Girls in Haryana to get passport with graduation degree: CM Manohar Lal Khattar
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Fiona Gordon, an environmental policy analyst and Jane Goodall Institute New Zealand ambassador, said the CITES trade database showed between 213 to 299 live kea were traded internationally, between 1981 and 2018, mostly from captive breeding facilities. … [Read more...] about For sale: one endangered kea, but beyond the border it’s completely legal
Those who arrived after 12:30 p.m. are asked to drop off completed forms in the boxes outside branch locations or complete transactions online at www.denvergov.org/dmv. Title transfers must be done in person. Denver established a dedicated window at the Tremont branch for vehicle dealers and fleet representatives because their transactions can be more complicated, Julie A. Smith, a finance department spokeswoman said. … [Read more...] about It’s too hot to get a license plate in Denver
“Students have very strong rights to free speech, particularly when their expression occurs off-campus (including in online forums)," Bambauer said via email. "The University of Arizona would be unlikely to investigate or punish a student for making racist or insensitive statements on social media unless the student is crafting and directing messages in a way that violates the university's nondiscrimination and anti-harassment code. The standards for a violation are very high, requiring communications that ‘a reasonable person would perceive to be sufficiently severe or pervasive to create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment for academic pursuits, employment, or participation.’ This is consistent with case law that affords significant protection to students who are penalized or investigated by college administrations based on their online speech.” … [Read more...] about What are the bounds of student speech on social media?
12:59 p.m. Santa Clara County health chief issues plea: Dr. Sara Cody, the health officer of Santa Clara County and a leader in Bay Area coronavirus response initiatives, is pleading with residents “to take action together” on safety precautions to turn around escalating coronavirus numbers. With nearly 2,000 COVID-19 diagnoses in the past two weeks, “The numbers in our county are not going in the right direction,” she said in a video shared Saturday on social media. “The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 is growing every day. ... Several may even die. They are our neighbors and our friends.” She added that “nobody wants to shut things down again,” and urged people to stay home as much as possible, wear face coverings outside the house and maintain social distance. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: California, Bay Area hospitalizations hit new highs