Moderate teaching union rejects Government’s education reforms

The prospect of industrial action over the Government’s education reforms has edged a stage closer after one of the country’s more moderate teaching unions overwhelmingly rejected proposals to privatise schools. Members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) condemned the education white paper, and its proposals to strip state primaries in England from local […]

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Patanjali Yoga Sutras : Commentary by Sri Sri

Commentaries by Sri Sri on Patanjali Yoga Sutras We will begin with a story, the greatest and most effective way of conveying knowledge. Once upon a time, long ago, all the Munis and Rishis approached Lord Vishnu to tell him that even though He (incarnated as Lord Dhanvanthari) had given them the means to cure […]

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Alibaba to Train a Million Teenagers in Rural China: Report

Alibaba plans to train a million teenagers in rural China to help start their own online businesses, taking e-commerce to the country’s vast rural areas, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday. China’s biggest e-commerce company reached an agreement with the China Communist Youth League to support the youngsters through funding, training and partnership, […]

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