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PM Drew highlights achievements of his achievements during SKNLP Conference

The Prime Minister of the island nation of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew has reaffirmed that the motto of of St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) “For the good that we can do” must remain forefront of every deliberation as well as each action, in pursuit of “Social justice for all” by all his 9-months old administration of SKNLP.

463 days of Russia-Ukraine war: Ukrainian ministry releases list of losses suffered by Russian army

The war between the neighbouring nations of Russia and Ukraine has taken entry into the 463 day. It is to be noted that the war between the neighbouring nations of Russia and Ukraine have been erupted on the morning of February 24, 2022.

India becomes 1st nation for regulating anti-tobacco warnings over OTT platforms

The Regional Director of the World Health Organization South-East Asia Region, Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, has extended congratulations to India on becoming the first nation across the globe for regulating anti-tobacco warnings over OTT platforms and also appreciated the firm leadership of the nation for this landmark step.

Employers should guarantee jobs of men who volunteer to war in Ukraine, says Putin

WorldRussiaEmployers should guarantee jobs of men who volunteer to war in Ukraine, says Putin
President of Russia, Vladimir Putin on Monday has said that employers should guarantee the jobs of men who volunteer to battle in Ukraine amid a widely reported military shortage in Moscow’s ongoing military invasion of Ukraine.
As per Dmitry As per DmitPeskov, “Putin has promised to order the government to enshrine the provision in law after receiving complaints that some employers had threatened to fire employees for taking extended vacations while battling in Ukraine.”
The promise was made to an Emergency Situations Ministry employee in Far East Russia who was apparently denied the right to return to the work, Peskov added.
While adding that “legislation must be brought in line with the de facto situation”, Peskov said that, “Putin has made a promise to employee to give instructions, to draw the attention of the government to the gap in Russian legislation.”
Russian legislators have earlier raised the job retention issue, detailing cases of dismissals for absenteeism following service in Ukraine on a three-month contract with the Russian Armed Forces.
 Meanwhile, State Duma deputy Alexander Khinshtein said that, “I consider it right to draft amendments to the Labor Code to protect the right of volunteers.”
Khinshtein made a claim that Russia’s Defence Ministry has backed his proposal and said he will submit legislation guaranteeing volunteers the right to retain their jobs as soon as parliament returns from its summer break.
The Kremlin has been unwilling to declare a wider mobilization despite Russia’s stalled advance in Ukraine and reports of heavy casualties.
Instead, the Kremlin has been seeking to raise more men for the front by recruiting prisoners, reducing training requirements, offering large sign-up bonuses and greenlighting initiatives like regional battalions.

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