A quarter of 1,500 Kaiser clinicians surveyed in California said they had patients who could not access care in their primary language By Gabriel Thompson, Capital & Main This story is produced by the award-winning journalism association Capital and principal and co-published here with permission. Jessica Dominguez started working atRead More →

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces tough action against Iran over unfounded allegations. Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau (Archives) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that his country would impose sanctions on Iranian individuals, as well as the country’s vice police, holding it responsible for the deathRead More →

The nine-day Hindu festival of Navratri kicked off with great fervor on Monday. The Shardiya Navratri festival is dedicated to Goddess Durga and her nine avatars and today marks the first day of the festival (Kalash or Ghatsthapna). The festival is celebrated with great fervor across the country by Hindus.Read More →

The British Council, the UK’s international organization for cultural relations and educational opportunities, signed an Operating Alliance Agreement (OAA) on September 23, 2022 with the Tamil Nadu Corporation for Development of Women under the Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department, Government of Tamil Nadu for the DDU-GKY scheme. PRIMARY OBJECTIVERead More →

The official site of the recently launched gothic horror JRPG, Penny Bloodalso known as the spiritual successor of shadow hearts, has been updated with several posts regarding the development of the game. One of the most important series of articles is called “Worldbuilding Wednesdays”, where various environments and characters areRead More →

CLEVELAND – A press release regarding Marie’s book: Marie Fredriksson’s Final Memoirs Gets English-Language Release. The iconic Roxette singer has documented her influential and inspiring life. Due from 1984 Publication April 25, 2023 Limited edition Marie Fredriksson’s latest memoir, Listen to My Heart: Life, Love & Roxette, will see aRead More →

Candidates from various Quebec political parties took part in an English-language debate at Dawson College on Tuesday on topics ranging from climate change to systemic racism to identity politics. But two parties were notably absent from the discussion: the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) and the Parti québécois (PQ). According toRead More →

The partition of India was violent and traumatic. It was poorly planned and hastily executed. Never before in human history has violence and population displacement on such a scale taken place, not even in the Holocaust. By a conservative estimate, more than 1.5 million people died in the post-partition violence.Read More →

After a recent trip to the gynecologist in Germany, the Canadian TikToker landed @cassidymarierobertson in really awkward circumstances due to the language barrier, she decided to follow up on the whole experience. “Guys, I spoke to my mother-in-law last night about this whole gynecological experience that went viral,” Cassidy said.Read More →

Celtic legend Sir Kenny Dalglish has warned Scottish officials to avoid making the same mistakes as their English counterparts ahead of the introduction of VAR in the Scottish Premiership this winter. The former Hoops striker is one of many to worry after several poor decisions by officials last weekend inRead More →

LONDON: English football chiefs have been criticized for postponing all matches this weekend following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with the decision described as a “missed opportunity” to pay tribute to the country’s longest-serving monarch. Following the Queen’s death at the age of 96 on Thursday, the Premier LeagueRead More →

RANGERS suffered back-to-back horror results this week as they conceded eight unanswered goals between Celtic and Ajax. But England specialist Paddy Kenny claims that would never have been the case if they played at Ibrox. 1 Ajax won 4-0 on Wednesday It’s been a week to forget for Rangers fans.Read More →

NEW DELHI: Siddique Kappan, a Kerala journalist who has been detained for nearly two years and charged with violating the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, was released on bail by the Supreme Court on Friday, saying “everyone has the right to free expression.” The “literature” seen in the vehicle Kappan wasRead More →

This joint effort was coordinated with several entities, including Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Allied Navies’ Maritime Operations Centers, resulting in a shared maritime picture across the Alliance. . “Regular monitoring of areas and activities of maritime security interest to Allied nations is an important part of NATO’sRead More →

This joint effort was coordinated with several entities, including Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Allied Navies’ Maritime Operations Centers, resulting in a shared maritime picture across the Alliance. . “Regular monitoring of areas and activities of maritime security interest to Allied nations is an important part of NATO’sRead More →

Illustration: Franziska Barczyk This week, we’re spotlighting 24 talented writers and performers for Vulture’s annual slate “Comedians You Should and Will Know.” Our goal is to introduce a wider audience to the talents that rock the comedy community and the industry. (You can learn more about our methodology by clickingRead More →

CD Projekt Red launched directly into Cyberpunk: Edgerunners in the latest Night City Wire stream. The latest trailer has been shown once again, but this time with English dubs, giving Cyberpunk fans a good listen to the English voice actors to feature in Edgerunners. The trailer begins with an epilepsyRead More →

Luck now: On Teachers’ Day on Monday, September 5, CM Yogi Adityanath’s educational role model continued to circle Twitter throughout the day. #UpYogiShikshaModel started trending on Twitter Monday morning. After that, CM Yogi Adityanath’s education model remained the main trend throughout the day. Social media users have praised the meritsRead More →

More people reached the UK in small boats on Sunday after nearly 1,000 people made the dangerous crossing yesterday. The number of arrivals in 2022 – currently over 26,000 – could soon eclipse last year’s total despite the summer, according to data compiled and analyzed by Sky News. Young childrenRead More →

More people reached the UK in small boats on Sunday after nearly 1,000 people made the dangerous crossing yesterday. The number of arrivals in 2022 – currently over 26,000 – could soon eclipse last year’s total despite the summer, according to data compiled and analyzed by Sky News. Young childrenRead More →

Comment this story Comment I walked through the back streets of Moscow in early October 1993, skirting the soldiers besieging the White House, the imposing building of the Russian parliament. My destination: Lefortovo prison, where I was to interrogate nationalist parliamentarians and gunmen opposed to President Boris Yeltsin – whoRead More →

One of Nottingham Forest’s summer signings, Taiwo Awoniyi, celebrates with his teammates after scoring against Tottenham on August 14. Jon Hobley/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images Nottingham Forest made their 21st signing of the summer on Thursday, breaking the English record for most arrivals in a transfer window. Forest, who wonRead More →