RPSC State and Subordinate Services 2018 final result declared; 2023 shortlisted candidates

The Rajasthan Civil Service Commission (RPSC) released the 2018 State and Subordinate Services final result on Tuesday. Candidates who presented for the multi-round interview can check the result on the official website of the Commission website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. A total of 2,023 candidates were shortlisted for the nomination. “Candidates who passed …

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Platteville Council Candidates Highlight Need to Improve Diversity in Governance and Community Engagement | News from the three states

PLATTEVILLE, Wisconsin – Four candidates seeking a seat on the Platteville Common Council answered questions from sitting members on Tuesday, arguing for their appointment. The elected post has been vacant since May when Robin Cline announced his resignation, citing health and family responsibilities as factors. The term expires in April. …

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Governor Edwards announces board and commission appointments

Today, Governor John Bel Edwards announced his appointments to several Louisiana boards and commissions. Louisiana Games Control Board The Louisiana Gaming Control Board regulates all gambling activities under its jurisdiction in a manner that instills public confidence and confidence that gambling activities are conducted honestly and free from criminal elements …

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HMCTS opens new service center at Salford Quays

Today (Monday 5 July) a new Courts and Tribunals Service Center opens at Salford Quays, Greater Manchester. Since 2019, we’ve opened service centers in Stoke-on-Trent, Birmingham and Loughborough, handling over a million queries and giving users better access to the information and support they need. Each center brings together experts …

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How strong is your network?

Have you ever stopped to watch a spider build a web? When you take the time to really focus on the intricacy of a web, you can appreciate all the time and effort the spider puts into anchoring the web, connecting the lines, and making sure the pattern of the …

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Pennsylvania lawmakers are on summer vacation. Here are 5 issues they’ll be facing this fall. Featured sound system

Featured sound system is an independent, non-partisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive / The Patriot-News, TribLIVE / Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania General Assembly is heading for a long summer break after a flurry …

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Network Operators Follow Mol’s Lead By Partnering With Intersec To Provide € 50 Million Public Warning System

The Intersec GeoSafe solution will enable authorities to take advantage of emerging technologies such as rapid location data processing, machine learning algorithms and Europe Galileo satellite navigation system to track and respond to incidents as they arise. It provides state-of-the-art tools such as density maps, automatic selection of appropriate communication …

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Asiainfo Technologies: A New Generation of AsiaInfo’s “Intelligent Middle-Field of E-Government”, With Which E-Government Services Will Run Smoothly

A new generation of AsiaInfo ‘intelligent e-government intermediaries’, with which e-government services will run smoothly 2021-06-25E-Government “In the past, the procedures were so complicated that it took more than ten days to complete the procedures! Said Liu Hong, who lives in a coastal area and runs a private business. Many …

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BUSINESS DOCUMENTS: BUW grants over $ 1 million to local programs; The Pass celebrates its birthday; BMM sponsors Berkshire Busk! ; CHP promotes, adds staff; Greylock promotes Gaffey

Berkshire United Way announces more than $ 1 million in community investments PITTSFIELD – Berkshire United Way (BUW) recently announced $ 1,116,000 in community grant investments to support 42 programs addressing issues related to early childhood development, youth development and economic prosperity in Berkshire County. The COVID-19 pandemic has made …

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Mitzvah fun | JewBoston

I don’t like to be on the boards. Having made a lot of management decisions to run my own business, I am not wired for group decisions. But I think it’s important to give back to the community and becoming a big Jewish brother seemed like a good fit for …

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Police registers of the region | Local News

Peabody Thursday At 12:37 p.m., a caller reported racing mopeds or dirt bikes slipping in and out of traffic and passing red lights on Route 114. An officer attempted to stop the bikes at various locations, but the operators did not stop and some of them fled to Salem. Salem …

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8 best glamping spots near Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) is located in North Texas, where everything is big, vibrant and bustling. But this area is surrounded by lakes, parks and miles of scenic country roads, making participation in outdoor activities, including glamping, favorable year round. The glamping sites I have encountered near DFW are all unique …

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As large Cowlitz County veteran population ages, service organizations look to younger generations to carry on traditions | Local

Every Remembrance Day since Sara Hutchinson was a freshman in high school, she has performed “Taps” at the Kalama Memorial Day celebration hosted by the city’s Foreign War Veterans and the American Legion. The close connection made Hutchinson an easy recruit for both organizations when the army combat medic left …

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Applicants differ on the price of affordable housing

The properties of the glass bottle site development project, designated as affordable housing, are expected to be available for purchase for € 260,000 to € 300,000, according to the Fine Gael candidate in the Dublin Bay South by-election. During a debate among the by-election candidates on RTÉ’s The Week in …

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News transcription schedule, July 7

• Canton in full ownership, in partnership with the Veterans Community Alliance, will host the 18th Annual Freehold Township Day at Michael J. Tighe Park, Georgia Road, Freehold Township, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on July 10. Free rides, local organizations and suppliers, teen center, Screaming Broccoli and the …

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Faith in Action receives grant to provide services

This grant provides reimbursement for program services, including round-trip transportation to doctor’s appointments, errands and errands, housework and housekeeping services, and accessibility modifications such as ramps and wheelchair ramps. Congress passed the OAA in 1965 in response to the concerns of policymakers about the lack of community social services for …

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Anne Elizabeth (Welp) Folkmann | The Gazette

ANNE ELIZABETH (WELP) FOLKMANN Newhall Anne Elizabeth (Welp) Folkmann, 57, left this earthly life to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on June 11, 2021, following a long illness. A celebration of Anne’s life will take place from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, 2021 …

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Donate clothing, hygiene products, food to interfaith emergency services and help the homeless in Ocala

Interfaith emergency services can never receive too many donations from businesses and local residents. The organization, which operates a pantry, clothes closet, homeless shelter and the Food 4 Kids program, among other services, has been providing emergency assistance to individuals and families in crisis for nearly 40 years. years. Located …

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Park of the town of Estes selected for the national community forest fire planning assistance program | News from Parc d’Estes

Estes City Park has been selected to receive forest fire planning assistance in 2021 under the National Forest Fire Community Planning Assistance Program (CPAW). As wildfires increasingly affect communities across the country, CPAW provides communities with a variety of services, including land use planning recommendations, personalized research, online tools, and …

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The senior journeyman program resumes its activities

Posted: 07/02/21 17:18:31 PM Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties Inc., the sponsor of the New Hampshire Senior Companion Program, is delighted to announce that the Senior Companion Program volunteers have resumed their community service. The mission of the Senior Companion Program and the CAPBMCI is to provide the opportunity for …

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Universities slash faculties and blame Covid

A Covid-19 awareness panel at the University of Vermont, where administrators are moving forward with a plan to end 12 major programs, 11 minor and four master’s programs. (Lisa Rathke / AP Photo) To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as $ 2 per month! Thank you …

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Community calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

MON / 6-21 Calcutta Trustees of the Township of St. Clair, 4 pm, Peter Metrovich Community Center; no mask required if fully vaccinated. Canfield South Range School Board, 7 p.m., K-12 Auditorium Leetonia Leetonia School Board, 6 p.m., Primary Library; special meeting with legal counsel regarding an ongoing or imminent …

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Supreme Court unanimously upholds religious freedom over LGBTQ rights – and hails bigger victory for conservatives ahead

Eds: This story was provided by The Conversation for AP customers. The Associated Press does not guarantee the content. (THE CONVERSATION) It ​​wasn’t a dramatic expansion of religious rights – yet. But the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of a Catholic adoption agency that had been kicked out of Philadelphia …

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4 best careers to pursue with a social work degree

Social work is a rewarding career that requires even more professionals than ever before. Most people come into careers with a passion and career goals that are all about making a difference in society. But still, many people only have a basic idea of ​​what social workers do. As for …

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