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Commissioned Officer Recruitment in Indian Navy by INET June 2020 batch

Navy Recruitment for  Commissioned Officers by First INET Indian Navy invites online applications in the prescribed format from unmarried man and women candidates for Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC) in various Branches/Entries in the Indian Navy through Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) for course commencing June 2020 at the Indian Naval Academy (INA), Ezhimala,... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
Tags: Jobs, Education, Navy, Engineer, Online, Commission, Logistics, Pilot, Armed Forces, Observer, Manisha, INET, Indian Navy, Indian Naval Academy INA, IT(Computer, HotJob


Study calls budding octopus farm industry unethical and unsustainable

A new study by an international group of scientists denounces the up-and-coming octopus farming industry as both detrimental to fragile marine ecosystems and unethical given their high intelligence. As countries like Japan announce they will start selling farmed octopus in 2020, researchers call on companies and governments to discontinue funding the new industry, claiming there is still an opportunity to prevent the same unethical and destructive mistakes that have already been made with land-...
Tags: Japan, Design, News, Environment, Sustainable Farming, Marine Conservation, Octopus, New York University, Aquaculture, Observer, Jacquet, Marine Ecosystems, Octopus Farm, Aquatic Species, Jennifer Jacquet


Farage Surge Heaps Pressure on May, Labour Ahead of Brexit Talks

The government has been in talks with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour for a month in search of a Brexit compromise, but with no deal in sight and Brexit delayed to October, May’s Tory party has been hemorrhaging voters. According to an Opinium survey for the Observer newspaper, the Brexit Party would take 34% of the vote in the May 23 European Parliament elections, compared with 21% for Labour and just 11% for the Conservatives.
Tags: News, Labour, European Parliament, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn, Observer, Brexit Party


Conservative Author Will Challenge Thom Tillis In 2020

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) will have a Republican challenger in his 2020 reelection bid, according to a new Federal Election Committee filing, first reported by the News and Observer.  Conservative author and retired CEO of Triangle Capital Corporation Garland Tucker submitted his paperwork for the primary on Monday. An official announcement from Tucker is expected soon. “A group of us have been encouraging Garland to run,” Carter Wrenn, a Republican consultant working for Tucker’s campaign, tol...
Tags: News, Washington, Republican, Trump, Tucker, Garland, Observer, Tillis, Thom Tillis, Robert Mueller, Federal Election Committee, Sen Thom Tillis R NC, 2020 Elections, Triangle Capital Corporation, Nicole Lafond, Carter Wrenn


May faces Tory backlash over Williamson sacking as No 10 seeks to rule out police inquiry – live news

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenGavin Williamson: ‘I was tried by kangaroo court – then sacked’Hunt undermines PM’s attempt to draw line under Williamson firingThe Williamson inquiry was a Whitehall rarity: quick and decisive 12.47pm BST Earlier I quoted the Sun’s political editor Tom Newton Dunn giving away tricks of the trade about how lobby journalists get ministers to “leak” information to them. (See 10.35am.) My colleague Gaby Hinsliff, a former politi...
Tags: Politics, Conservatives, UK News, Defence, National Security Council, Whitehall, Cabinet Office, Williamson, Steven Swinford, Gaby Hinsliff, Observer, David Lidington, Tom Newton Dunn, Gavin Williamson, Mark Sedwill


Molly Dektar's Playlist for Her Novel "The Ash Family"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Molly Dektar's stunning debut novel The Ash Family is propulsive and captivating. Booklist wrote of the book: "[A] lyrical debut...Dektar’s deft construction of the Ash Family’s w...
Tags: Spotify, Music, New York City, DICE, David, Mtv, Ocean, Philip Roth, Nashville, North Carolina, Kurt Cobain, Bay, Harp, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview


Wednesday briefing: May to Corbyn – I can't Brexit on my own

Labour leader accepts PM’s offer to attempt compromise … Britain’s defunct nuclear subs pile up … and Guardian and Observer win at press awardsGood morning, Warren Murray helping you face the second half of the week. Continue reading...
Tags: Britain, Corbyn, Observer, Warren Murray


Executive Branch Commissioned Officer Recruitment in Indian Navy

 Navy Recruitment for Short/Permanent Service Commissioned Officers Indian Navy invites candidates to join as Short Service commission Officers in Executive branch (Pilot & Observer),  Education branch and Permanent Commissioned Officer (Logistics Cadre)  for Course Commencing - January 2020 Course Applications are invited from unmarried eligible male/female candidates for... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (SarkariNaukriBlog com)]
Tags: Jobs, Education, Navy, Online, Commission, Logistics, Pilot, Officer, Executive, Observer, Indian Navy, Short Service, Pilot Observer Education, Permanent Commissioned Officer Logistics Cadre


Leaked Documents Reveal Facebook's Global War On Data Privacy Laws

"Facebook threatened to pull investment projects from Europe and Canada if lobbying demands from COO Sheryl Sandberg were not met," reports Business Insider, adding "Canada buckled immediately." And that's just the beginning. The Observer reports: Facebook has targeted politicians around the world -- including the former UK chancellor, George Osborne -- promising investments and incentives while seeking to pressure them into lobbying on Facebook's behalf against data privacy legislation, an exp...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, UK, California, Tech, Eu, George Osborne, Canada, Ireland, Cambridge, Sheryl Sandberg, Observer, Sandberg, John Naughton, Computer Weekly, US Canada India Vietnam Argentina Brazil Malaysia


Grand Jury Will Look At Whether To Bring Criminal Charges In NC Ballot Scheme

A grand jury in North Carolina will determine whether or not to bring charges against any of the individuals involved in an alleged ballot fraud scheme that rocked the congressional election in the state’s 9th District, the News and Observer reported on Friday. The state’s election board voted to hold a new election in the district after conducting a multi-day hearing on irregularities with mail-in ballots in the district. Several witnesses accused an operative working for the Republican cand...
Tags: News, Grand Jury, North Carolina, Criminal Charges, Caitlin Macneal, HARRIS, Observer, Mark Harris, NC-9 fraud probe, NC Ballot Scheme


N. Carolina transgender inmate denied move to women’s prison

LILLINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A transgender woman convicted of insurance fraud is serving time at a men’s prison in North Carolina despite her repeated requests to transfer to women’s housing. The News and Observer reports 37-year-old Kanautica Zayre-Brown is believed to be the state’s only post-operative transgender prisoner. But the state recognizes her as a […]
Tags: News, Nation, North Carolina, Carolina, Observer, Lillington, Kanautica Zayre Brown


School drops case of student who bloodied Silent Sam statue

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — A University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill hearings panel has dismissed an honor court case against a graduate student who colored a Confederate statue on campus with ink and blood. The News and Observer reports a letter sent to student Maya Little said the panel voted to dismiss the case Thursday. […]
Tags: News, Nation, Sam, Observer, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Maya Little


Elections Board Sets Feb. 18 Hearing On Ballot Fraud Claims In NC House Race

The North Carolina State Board of Elections will hold two — and possibly, three — days of hearings starting Feb. 18 on allegations that an operative tied to a Republican’s U.S. House campaign engaged in absentee ballot fraud last year. The hearing, according to The News and Observer, was announced by the recently reworked elections board Monday. While the board only expects the hearing to last two days, it has reserved the site of the hearing for three days, the News and Observer reported. Th...
Tags: News, House, North Carolina, Tierney Sneed, Observer, McCrae, Mark Harris, Elections Board, Muckraker, North Carolina State Board of Elections, Hearing On Ballot Fraud Claims In NC House, Leslie Dowless McCrae


UK's Guardian switches to biodegradable wrapping for newspapers

The Guardian — a national newspaper in the U.K. — has ditched its polythene packaging and replaced it with a compostable wrapper in an effort to reduce plastic waste. The newspaper and its inserts are now packaged in a clear, biodegradable material made from potato starch that will completely compost in just six months. The choice to scrap the plastic packaging makes The Guardian the first national newspaper in the U.K. to make such a switch, following publications like the National Trust membe...
Tags: UK, Design, London, News, Innovation, The Guardian, Guardian, Biodegradable, Waste, Newspaper, Greater London, National Trust, Suffolk, Guardian Newspaper, Observer, Plastic Packaging


There's still time to give to our appeal and help end injustices like Windrush | Katharine Viner

Guardian and Observer readers have shown their solidarity with the Windrush generation by donating £920,000 to our charity appeal, which closes ThursdayPlease donate to our appeal hereOur charity appeal for 2018 sought to celebrate the work of five charities that helped bring the Windrush scandal to light, and raise vital money so they can continue to fight for justice for those whose lives have been turned upside down by the hostile environment policy. With your help, we’ve achieved both. It’s ...
Tags: Law, Communities, Society, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Charities, Voluntary sector, Refugees, Katharine Viner, Observer, Commonwealth immigration, Windrush scandal


Speak to Guardian and Observer journalists staffing our charity telethon lines

Marina Hyde, Gary Younge, Katharine Viner and Owen Jones will be among those waiting for your callsNesrine Malik: You can help people regain their dignityKatharine Viner: Help stop injustices like WindrushWould you like to speak to Marina Hyde, Gary Younge, Katharine Viner or Owen Jones?All four and many more of your favourite journalists will be staffing the 2018 Guardian and Observer charity telethon phone lines this Saturday to take your calls and donations. Continue reading...
Tags: Society, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Malik, Owen Jones, Observer, Commonwealth immigration, Windrush scandal, Marina Hyde Gary Younge Katharine Viner, Owen Jones?All


UPSSSC UP Krishi Utpadan Mandi Prashad Recruitment Examination

UP Krishi Utpadan Mandi Prashad Recruitment Examination 2018  by UPSSSC Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission  (UPSSSC) invites online applications from Indian Citizens for following 284 sarkari naukri vacancy posts of Junior Engineers, Computers and Foreman in UP Krishi Utpadan Mandi Prashad under   UP Krishi Utpadan Mandi Prashad Recruitment Examination... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (SarkariNaukriBlog com)]
Tags: Jobs, Online, Accounts, Commission, Agriculture, Up, Assistant, Mandi, Observer, Foreman, Clerk, SSC, Steno, Indian Citizens, Typist, Inspector


Prominent Texas Tea Partier Is ‘Very Proud’ To Call Himself ‘a WHITE NATIONALIST’

A tea party activist who helped the Texas Republican Party draft its 2018 platform proudly declared himself a “WHITE NATIONALIST” last week. “Damn Right, I’m a WHITE NATIONALIST and very Proud of it,” Ray Meyers wrote on Facebook last Tuesday, in response to someone else’s post that accused President Donald Trump of being a white nationalist. The Texas Observer, which reported on the Facebook post Tuesday, noted Meyers’ connections in the Republican Party: He is the founder and chairman of th...
Tags: Facebook, News, America, Ted Cruz, Republican Party, Donald Trump, Cruz, Southern Poverty Law Center, Observer, Meyers, Columbia Journalism Review, White Nationalist, Texas Observer, Matt Shuham, Texas Republican Party, Ray Meyers


5 Points On How NC Voter Fraud Claims Have Thrown A House Race Into Turmoil

The fate of a U.S. congressional election in North Carolina is in flux after concerns of “irregularities” bubbled up in the race, where the Republican candidate unofficially leads by fewer than 1,000 votes. The North Carolina State Board of Elections voted on Friday to move forward with an investigation into the matter, while refusing to certify to the results of the race between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready in the state’s ninth congressional district. The source of the ir...
Tags: News, Washington Post, Republican, North Carolina, Tierney Sneed, HARRIS, Pittenger, Observer, State Board, Robeson County, Charlotte Observer, McCready, Roy Cooper, Dallas Woodhouse, North Carolina GOP, Mark Harris


Facebook has a bruising week ahead as British lawmakers say there's a 'high level of public interest' in releasing a cache of seized legal documents

British lawmakers appear to be leaning towards publishing a cache of Facebook documents they have seized under a rare parliamentary mechanism. Damian Collins, the chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, said there is a "high level of public interest" in making the papers public. The documents could contain explosive revelations about how Facebook's privacy policy allowed Cambridge Analytica to secure the data of 87 million users. Facebook policy boss Richard Allan will be gri...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, London, California, Trends, Ireland, Damian Collins, Collins, Allan, Carole Cadwalladr, Observer, Ted Kramer, Canada Brazil, Cambridge Analytica, Richard Allan


UK parliament seizes cache of internal Facebook documents to further privacy probe

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg may yet regret underestimating a UK parliamentary committee that’s been investigating the democracy-denting impact of online disinformation for the best part of this year — and whose repeat requests for facetime he’s just as repeatedly snubbed. In the latest high gear change, reported in yesterday’s Observer, the committee has used parliamentary powers to seize a cache of documents pertaining to a US lawsuit to further its attempt to hold Facebook to account f...
Tags: Security, Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Lawsuit, UK, London, Privacy, California, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, United Kingdom


‘Spend Christmas with us’: Salisbury tempts tourists back after novichok attack

The Russian poisoning put the city in the news for all the wrong reasons. Now it hopes to move on from its annus horribilisAt Salisbury cathedral, preparations are under way for next weekend’s Advent procession, Darkness to Light. The event begins with the magnificent gothic cathedral in total blackness and silence. A single candle is lit, followed by another and another, until the whole interior is illuminated by 1,400 flickering flames.“The Advent message is that darkness is always overcome b...
Tags: Europe, Russia, UK News, World news, Salisbury, Observer, Sergei Skripal, Novichok poisonings, Nick Papadopulos


‘There’s always hope’: John Kerry on Donald Trump, the US midterms and climate change – video

John Kerry, the former US presidential candidate and secretary of state for the Obama administration, discusses his life and career with the Observer's chief political commentator, Andrew Rawnsley. Kerry reflects on his early memories, his role in the Vietnam war and what action needs to be taken to address the issues presented by climate change. Kerry told the live audience: 'We face several life-threatening challenges … if we don’t respond very quickly, we’re inviting catastrophe to this plane...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Climate Change, Iraq, US, US news, Democrats, US politics, John Kerry, Vietnam, Kerry, Donald Trump, Trump, Observer, US midterms 2018, Andrew Rawnsley Kerry


John Kerry: A life in politics – watch the discussion live now

John Kerry, former US presidential candidate and secretary of state for the Obama administration, discusses his life and career with the Observer’s chief political commentator, Andrew Rawnsley. Watch their discussion live as it unfolds in London’s Central Hall from 8.30pm GMT/3.30pm EST. Kerry served as the 68th secretary of state from 2013 to 2017. As the US’s top diplomat, he guided the department’s strategy on nuclear non-proliferation, combating radical extremism and the threat of climate ch...
Tags: London, Obama, US, Barack Obama, US news, Iran, US politics, Paris, John Kerry, Vietnam, Membership, Kerry, Donald Trump, Andrew Rawnsley, Observer, Central Hall


Arron Banks: the man who bankrolled Brexit – podcast

Carole Cadwalladr has been covering the biggest pro-leave donor for more than a year. As each revelation sparks a new investigation, Arron Banks rubbishes her journalism. But those investigations are beginning to bite. Also today: Eva Wiseman on our obsession with true crimeIt’s been more than a year since the Guardian and Observer journalist Carole Cadwalladr started investigating Arron Banks and his unofficial Brexit campaign Leave.Eu. She tells Anushka Asthana how each new story brought with ...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Eu, European Union, UK News, Brexit, Arron Banks, Carole Cadwalladr, Eva Wiseman, Observer, National Crime Agency, Anushka Asthana


We ran 2 fake ads pretending to be Cambridge Analytica — and Facebook failed to catch that they were frauds (FB)

A new Facebook tool showing users who is paying for political ads can be easily manipulated. Business Insider ran two fake ads listed as "paid for by" the defunct political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, despite the fact Cambridge Analytica is banned from Facebook. Facebook's verification and ad approval processes did not catch the two fake ads, which ran for two days to a limited audience. Facebook pulled the ads down after they violated its policies. It said the ads transparency tool will ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, London, US, Trends, Eu, Theresa May, Brazil, Damian Collins, NGO, Brexit, Business Insider, Mike Pence, Carole Cadwalladr, Facebook Facebook


Facebook approved fake political ads 'paid for' by Cambridge Analytica (FB)

A new Facebook tool showing users who is paying for political ads can be easily manipulated. Business Insider ran two fake ads listed as "paid for by" the defunct political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, despite the fact Cambridge Analytica is banned from Facebook. Facebook's verification and ad approval processes did not catch the two fake ads, which ran for two days to a limited audience. Facebook pulled the ads down after they violated its policies. It said the ads transparency tool will ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, London, US, Trends, Theresa May, Brazil, Damian Collins, NGO, Brexit, Business Insider, Mike Pence, Carole Cadwalladr, Facebook Facebook, Observer


There is no good reason to want to kill a journalist

At the UK's Observer newspaper, there was a picture on the wall that I revered and feared, when I worked there as a young gopher in London in the late 1990s.
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There is no good reason to want to kill a journalist

At the UK's Observer newspaper, there was a picture on the wall that I revered and feared, when I worked there as a young gopher in London in the late 1990s.
Tags: UK, London, Cnn, Observer


7 secret spots in Arlington, TX

T here are a lot of big-ticket things to do in Arlington — catching a Cowboys game, seeing the Rangers play, and riding a death-defying roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas chief among them. But that’s the obvious stuff you can find with two clicks and a Google search. On the other hand, there are some spots you’ll only uncover if you’re on the ground asking the people who know. Here are seven places where you can eat, drink, dance, and shop like you’ve lived in Arlington for years. 1. Stor...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Texas, Restaurants, Cowboys, Green, Things To Do, Rangers, Food And Drink, Dallas, Houston, Dallas Observer, Fort Worth, Mother Nature, All