The Wall Street Journal
· Will the Pandemic Revolutionize College Admissions? →
That’s the question on the minds of soon-to-be college applicants who have been building toward this moment for years.
· Transport: We need sensible, viable infrastructure projects →
These vouchers were generously offered by Melbourne City Council (which expected 1000 applicants).
· Soas to slash budgets and staff as debt crisis worsens in pandemic →
One department head said that so far “very few” applicants had taken up offers they had received from Soas, compared with previous years, because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
· Panic Selling Costs More Than A Dividend Cut - A Review Of America First Multifamily →
The government provided a lot of cash, but it has been anything but a smooth process for that cash to actually get to the applicants.
The New York Times
· Protests Against Police Escalate →
The first class of New York Times fellows — 23 young journalists, chosen from about 5,000 applicants — is graduating.
· COVID-19: RTI plea seeks to know amount spent on equipment purchase; Health Ministry refuses info →
“The Central Public Information Officer is not required to furnish information which requires drawing of inteference and/or making of assumption, or to interpret information, or to solve the problem raised by the applicant, or to furnish replies to hypothetical questions.
· Delay in financial aid to SMEs will be resolved in two months, says Wan Junaidi →
“There were about 20 approved applicants (in Sarawak) which had not received the financial assistance, which is a small number compared to those which had gotten it.
· Where Fears of Deportation Made the Pandemic Worse →
The rules allow officials to deny green-card applicants if they have used food stamps, Medicaid, housing assistance, or other safety-net programs that were previously exempt from consideration.
· IOCL Recruitment 2020: Deadline for online application for engineers, graduate apprentice extended; Details →
The applicants for the post of engineers/officers or GAEs should meet the following eligibility criteria:
· Lockdown: HC extends gangster Arun Gawli's parole by five days →
After hearing Gawli’s application seeking more time to surrender, the court said, “We are of the opinion that one last opportunity should be granted to the applicant (Gawli).” The bench directed Gawli to file an online application to the concerned police authority seeking permission to travel from Mumbai to Nagpur within a day.