May 17, 2021
  • 5:48 pm Record payout for race slur
  • 5:47 pm Get in on the Act
  • 5:46 pm Moving on up
  • 5:46 pm Call for more training to deal
  • 5:45 pm Firms must not forget ‘soft’ side of IIP

first_imgAmaravati (AP): Justice P Lakshmana Reddy, a retired judge of the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh High Court, was on Sunday sworn-in as the first Lokayukta of the state after its bifurcation in 2014. Governor Biswabhusan Hairchandan administered the oath of office to Justice Reddy at a function in Vijayawada. Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, judges of the High Court and senior state government officials attended the event. Justice Lakshmana Reddy will be in office for five years. The YSR Congress government amended the Lokayukta Act in the recent budget session, enabling appointment of a retired judge as Lokayukta, paving the way for constituting the corruption-probing body.last_img

READ MORE

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#Bahamasleadersdebate, #leadersdebatedemandedbyDNA, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 19, 2017 – Nassau – The DNA Leader is calling for the party leaders to debate on the issues affecting Bahamians and The Bahamas; Branville McCartney is calling the decision 2017 a huge one and that there should be a leadership debate for the public to see who has the best plan for the country.   The DNA Leader believes that the party with the strongest ideas put forth will not only win the debate, but win the government.As for what the other party leaders think, it is reported that PLP Leader and PM Perry Christie has said he would be open to a debate and Hubert Minnis, FNM Leader too stated publicly that he is not afraid of any debate.    The University of The Bahamas has already been contacted said McCartney and they have acquiesced to hosting a debate.#MagneticMediaNews#leadersdebatedemandedbyDNA#Bahamasleadersdebatelast_img read more

READ MORE

last_img

READ MORE

last_img

READ MORE

first_img 1 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. In December, a report by The Information indicated that well-funded startup Magic Leap wasn’t nearly as close to producing its vaunted augmented reality headset as demo reels had suggested. CEO Rony Abovitz responded by claiming it had completed a “PEQ (Product Equivalent) build of our target form factor,” and now Business Insider has what it says is “the first public photo” of the device. Delivered by an unnamed source, it shows a person wearing not only a headset, but also a backpack-like setup with an exposed circuit board and processor, and apparently holding the battery pack.If this is the current hardware, then it’s in rough shape, but hardware prototypes often are, and what’s most important is what one sees in that headset. According to BI’s source, next week the company’s board will see a demo unit with belt loops instead of a backpack that looks “more finished.”TIP @techmeme “This is the first-ever public photo of Magic Leap” https://t.co/6hPEMe6eCg pic.twitter.com/i9iKJ8TyvH— Alternative Dave (@redletterdave) February 11, 2017 February 13, 2017 This story originally appeared on Engadget Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more

READ MORE

last_img

READ MORE