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Professor speaks to Franciscan students, United Nations on fertility awareness

BY ALLISON BARRICK STAFF WRITER Derek Doroski, professor of biology at Franciscan University, presented his talk on fertility awareness in the Gentile Gallery on March 1 in preparation for his speech at the United Nations over spring break. He ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago

National Accountability Bureau arrests Mirza Iqrar Baig, ex-Incharge Post Office, National Fertilizer Marketing Ltd

(PPI-OT): NAB has arrested Mirza Iqrar Baig Ex-Incharge Post Office, National Fertilizer Marketing Ltd (NFML) Karachi. The accused was involved in misappropriation of 122,365 defective bags of urea. The bags were worth Rs.1,223,650/-. He was also ...
 MediaLine Pakistan6 days ago

bne:Chart Poorer CEE/CIS nations are fertile ground for public-sector graft

[embedded content] Jerome Booth speaks at Russian Banking Forum Jerome Booth, chairman bne IntelliNews parent company New Sparta, speaks on changing emerging market perceptions at the Russian Banking Forum, held in London in December 2014.
 Business New Europe1 week ago

Import of 0.38 million tons of urea for Kharif planned

March 19, 2015 The Fertilizer Review Committee (FRC) has proposed import of 0.38 million tons of urea to avert shortage in the domestic market during the Kharif season. The FRC will send a summary shortly to get a nod from the Economic ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago

3,000 Bangalees massacred in 9-months since March at 'Khuniadighee

By Mamun Islam RANGPUR, Mar 20, 2015 (BSS) - The whole Bangalee nation turned angry since begging of volatile March in 1971 when hatred Pakistani President Yahiya Khan cancelled the scheduled on March 3 parliament sitting and declared curfew on ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago

Moving forward: SC updated on appointments of state entities heads

Govt was told to fill all vacancies by the end of last year PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: The Establishment Division has informed the Supreme Court that the federal government has completed the process of appointing heads of various statutory, ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

TABLE-India Commercial Papers deals on F-TRAC-Mar 23

Mar 23 (Reuters) - Following are the details of deals in Indian Commercial Papers reported on Clearcorp F-TRAC Platform. ISIN DESCRIPTION MATURITY WTG AVG WTG AVG NO OF TRADED LAST TRADED ...
 Sify1 week ago

Ojerinde's anti-corruption style in JAMB, a landmark

The Oyo State born University Don, Professor Adedibu Ojerinde has changed the integrity-demeaning image of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to grandeur. Before the emergence of Ojerinde as JAMB registrar, the agency releases ...
 Daily Newswatch1 week ago Adedibu Ojerinde's anti-corruption style in JAMB in focus  Nigeria Daily Independent2 weeks ago Nigeria: Adedibu Ojerinde's Anti-Corruption Style in JAMB in Focus  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Academic fought a constant struggle with illness to raise the profile of medical ethics

5-7-1956 7-11-2014 He faced the gradual loss of function with patience and fortitude. Nicholas Tonti-Filippini, who died recently in Melbourne, was one of Australia's foremost bioethicists. At the time of his death he was Associate Dean and ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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