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The great British sell-off: why are we allowing our arts to be privatised by stealth?

The Observer 02 Oct 2022
Under his 2010 austerity measures, with Jeremy Hunt as culture secretary, Arts Council England was cut by 30% – hugely significant for the cultural organisations on the receiving end, and yet a risible figure saved for the exchequer (the projection at the time was £457m over four ...
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Medicos decry lack of amenities in AP medical colleges

Deccan Chronicle 02 Oct 2022
Though the state government has been paying a lot of attention to the renovation of existing buildings, installing state-of-the-art medical equipment and strengthening manpower as part of its plan to accord top priority to healthcare, medicos find the government lacking when it comes to student care.
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Bannu, Kohat boards announce FA, FSc results

The News International 02 Oct 2022
A total of 6,513 candidates in the Arts Group in which 5,422 passed the examination. Meanwhile, Muhammad Anwar of Government Degree College No. 2 stood first, Fahadullah of the same college and Fatima Qadir of Government Degree College for Girls, Mandan, second, and Sohaib Misbah ...
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Want to pass a bill? Start with a good name, like the BREAK PUTIN Act

The Advocate 02 Oct 2022
Much of Congress’ attention last week was on passing an interim funding bill that would avert a government shutdown come Monday ... Cassidy recalled the “Eliminating Government-funded Oil-painting Act.” ... Code, thereby allowing the painting of official portraits to continue but forbidding the government to pay for the works of art.
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Abu Dhabi Showdown Week is coming back bigger and stronger

Marietta Daily Journal 02 Oct 2022
Oct. 1—By hosting world-class events, the UAE capital has cemented its position as a global destination for mixed martial arts (MMA), a top government official said as Abu Dhabi Showdown Week returns with UFC 280 later this month on Yas ... .
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STEVE SEBELIUS: Who’s in charge here?

Marietta Daily Journal 02 Oct 2022
Who’s in charge here? Is anybody accountable for ...
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Hockey becoming popular among girls in Kashmir

Beijing News 02 Oct 2022
The girls in the valley are showing great performance in all types of games including water sports, basketball, martial art, football, rugby and hockey as well. As a result of this, the government too is trying to provide them with all types of facilities and is organising a ...
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As protests continue in Cuba, activists worry US aid may offer a lifeline to the government

Finger Lakes Times 02 Oct 2022
Cuban art historian and activist Carolina Barrero likened providing aid to the government to giving it to authoritarian leaders like Vladimir Putin in Russia or Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, and helping “the Castro regime to perpetuate itself,” she said on Twitter.
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How creatives are helping to reshape their cities

The Mexico Ledger 01 Oct 2022
Certain city and government leaders have long-realized positive impacts art and other forms of creative expression can have on communities ... Water" as the winner of the public art biennial ... 2020 funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, along with state and local governments, accounted for $1.47 billion in Los Angeles alone.
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10 famous works of art that were stolen and then recovered throughout history

North Shore News 01 Oct 2022
Stacker consulted news outlets, government agencies, and various art forums to compile a list of 10 famous artworks by artists from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas that at some point in history—and for some of these works at multiple points in history—were stolen.
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Japanese wrestler and politician Antonio Inoki dies at 79

Rapid City Journal 01 Oct 2022
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Popular wrestler and politician Antonio Inoki dies at 79

The Buffalo News 01 Oct 2022
TOKYO (AP) — A popular Japanese professional wrestler and lawmaker Antonio Inoki, who faced a world boxing champion Muhammad Ali in a mixed martial arts match in 1976, has died at 79 ... Dcc Wire Apmediaapi Obit-antonio Inoki Government And Politics Obituaries Wrestling Entertainment Wrestling Sports Martial Arts Mixed Martial Arts General News.
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One year given for framing State Education Policy

Deccan Chronicle 01 Oct 2022
Ponmudy also announced that students passing their higher secondary examinations by appearing for the supplementary tests would also be eligible for admission in government arts and science colleges in this academic year itself ... The admission process had been delayed due to the late release of NEET results by the Union Government, he said.
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Civic election: Former Summerland mayor Toni Boot wants your vote for council

Castanet 01 Oct 2022
In the last eight years, I';ve learned a lot about council roles, governance and the workings of local government ... Not all these matters are the responsibility of local governments ... Through my work on government and non-profit boards I continue to build relationships to gain a deeper understanding of how to grow community vitality.
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GCU students display social issues as theses

The News International 01 Oct 2022
LAHORE.The final-year students of Fine Arts Department of Government College University (GCU) Lahore on Friday put on display the promotional and awareness campaigns on different social issues as their annual theses ...Art has the power to change the world, and it gives me immense ...

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