Two foreigners who got married in India move to Delhi HC and apply for marriage registration

Representative image By Sushil Batra New Delhi [India], Aug 6 (ANI): Two foreign nationals married in the nation’s capital recently asked the Delhi High Court to ask relevant authorities to register their marriage under the “Special Marriage Act, 1954” and issue a certificate for this purpose, in offline mode. Judicial Rekha Palli requested a response from the Delhi government and ...

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A country with few asylum seekers wants even fewer

August 7, 2021 SUNTIL, SUN the weather in the south of England brings the scent of sausage barbecues, the quirky tinkle of ice cream vans and inflatable boats filled with asylum seekers. According to BBC, more people have already crossed the Channel this year than during the whole of 2019 or 2020. A new one-day record was set on July ...

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New book by Erica Abeel: La Commune

The Municipality ADELAIDE BOOKS is proud to present Erica Abeel’s latest book: La Commune Her current novel The Commune is a comedy and key novel satire that takes us inside the Hamptons commune populated by the newly liberated women present at the founding of the 1970 Women’s March for Equality. The pioneer feminists of the Commune can speak, but find ...

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A French expression you can hear today

Literally translated, a Gaz factory designates a factory or a gas plant. What does this have to do with France’s Covid-19 health passes? “We worked to put it [health pass rule] in place for months, ”said Dr Philippe Juvin, head of an A&E department in Paris, Info France. “In a hospital, there is not just one entrance, but several. And ...

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The toppling of Saddam’s statue: how the US military made a myth | Saddam Hussein

The abiding image of the Iraq war in 2003 was the toppling of a statue of the country’s dictator, Saddam Hussein. It was an image relayed across the world as a symbol of victory for the American-led coalition, and liberation for the Iraqi people. But was that the truth? Putting up a statue is an attempt to create a story ...

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Suspicious alien in quarantine tries to enter Indian and other diplomatic missions in Beijing: India Tribune

Beijing, August 5 A French national, who wanted to avoid Covid quarantine after visiting medium-risk areas in China, created unrest in the high-security diplomatic zone here on Thursday when he tried to enter several embassies, including that of the India, while being sued by Chinese health officials in PPE kits. After being refused entry by the French Embassy to Liangma ...

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Green List and Red List updates live as government changes travel advice

What are the foreclosure restrictions across the UK? Life will be almost back to normal in Scotland from next Monday when remaining restrictions on social gatherings and physical distancing are relaxed. The majority of Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in the UK’s four countries, but some guarantees remain. Here’s what you need to know. – What is the image in ...

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Handmade Estonian glass and 300-year-old French carpentry tools are among the treasures of Northcote’s vintage tool shop

Mike and Mari Subritzky’s vintage tool store started out as a single glass cabinet at the Old Lost and Found Market in Brunswick East. It is now a cavernous shop filled with all manner of treasures. The retail section on the front contains tools dating back hundreds of years. A workshop at the back houses Heritage Saws, the only company ...

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With the Montclar solar farm, Voltalia continues to

With the Montclar solar farm, Voltalia continues to innovate Voltalia (Euronext Paris, ISIN code: FR0011995588), an international player in renewable energiesYes, is positioned in the realization of innovative photovoltaic solar power plants with the Montclar park project, a ground-based power plant in a mountainous landscape, located in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, in the southern region of France. Voltalia won the national call ...

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Discover the all-new Renault Master

In September 1980, in the French town of Batilly, the first Renault Master was launched with the 2.5 L Fiat-Sofim diesel engine. Distinctively designed with a sliding door design and rare round door handles, the van had a spacious cargo area, height, and longer wheelbases for medium to heavy haul. Sooner than expected, Renault Master has become the best friend ...

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