Staff Reporter, Rangpur :
Labiba experienced what it means to be the Deputy Commissioner of Rangpur when she symbolically took over the rolefor a day. #GirlsTakeover campaign is held every year by Plan International globally and in Bangladesh to celebrate the International Day of the Girl is a demand for urgent social and political change to tear down the barriers of discrimination that hold girls back.
Labiba participated as the chief guest in a discussion session and award-giving ceremony held on the occasion of National Girls Child Day 2020 organized by the Woman Affairs Department of Rangpur. Kawshar Parvin, Deputy Director of Woman Affairs Department of Rangpur presided over the meeting. Ashish Kumar Bakshi, Divisional Manager of Plan International Bangladesh was present as a special guest.
Labiba distributed award among the winners of the essay competition. Later on, Labiba addressed in the meeting, shared her views, feelings, explained her experience
- The Senate passed a temporary spending bill to prevent a shutdown before the end of the month and keep the government running into December.
- Once President Donald Trump signs the legislation into law, it will avoid a federal funding lapse during a pandemic and weeks before the 2020 election.
- Congress has turned its attention to an elusive fifth coronavirus stimulus plan and the fight over whether to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court before the Nov. 3 election.
The Senate passed a bill Wednesday to fund the government into December and prevent
The Law Offices of Frank R. Cruz announces an investigation of Interface, Inc. (“Interface” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: TILE) on behalf of investors concerning the Company’s possible violations of federal securities laws.
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On September 28, 2020, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) announced that Interface and two of its former executives had been charged with accounting and disclosure violations. According to the SEC’s press release, “in multiple quarters in 2015 and 2016, the company made unsupported, manual accounting adjustments that were not compliant with GAAP.”
On this news, the Company’s share price fell sharply during intraday trading on September 29, 2020.
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Female lawmakers on Wednesday called for more women in all levels of government to improve gender equity.
Rep. Sharice DavidsSharice DavidsTrump asked Chamber of Commerce to reconsider Democratic endorsements: report Races heat up for House leadership posts GOP leader says he doesn’t want Chamber’s endorsement: ‘They have sold out’ MORE (D-Kan.) and former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis stressed the importance of including women in leadership roles at The Hill’s The Century of the Woman summit.
“We have to be making sure that we’re really pushing forward on that progress to make sure that women have all the opportunities available to us in this society in our country,” Davids told The Hill’s Steve Clemons.
.@RepDavids on the process of achieving gender equity: “In every aspect of our lives, we have to make sure that we’re really pushing on that progress” #TheHillWomen https://t.co/3tHeV9yxw8 pic.twitter.com/qdzu9vBBve
— The Hill Events (@TheHillEvents) September
The Premier League is considering lobbying IFAB, football’s international lawmakers, for a change in the handball law after Tottenham’s Eric Dier was penalised against Newcastle.
Top-flight referees this week agreed to take a more lenient approach to interpreting the new handball law following a succession of penalties and widespread condemnation at a number of the decisions.
The biggest outcry came after Dier conceded a stoppage-time penalty in last weekend’s 1-1 draw with Newcastle, when the ball was headed into his arm at close quarters as he challenged Andy Carroll in the air.
Despite top-flight shareholders agreeing on Tuesday that referees should show more subjectivity going forward, the decision against Dier would still stand because the ball struck his arm when it was above the shoulder, which is automatically considered a penalty under the letter of the law.
Dier and Newcastle boss Steve Bruce are among