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Last Updated: Friday, April 14, 2017 How to upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update immediately Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update on April 11, 2017. As exciting as that seems, it may be equally perplexing. If you woke up on April 12 still running the previous Windows 10 Anniversary Update, it becomes kind of […]Read More→Last Updated: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Microsoft Patch Tuesday March 2017 – 9 Critical Ratings It’s Microsoft Patch Tuesday March 2017! Patch Tuesday, or Update Tuesday, refers to the day each month when Microsoft releases security patches for its software.
HIV and AIDS News
Apr. 13, 2017— Investigators examined the relationship between injection drug use and immune activation in a sample of HIV infected and uninfected people who inject drugs. Findings suggest that efforts to encourage. . . read more Mar. 31, 2017— The viruses hepatitis B and C may both be associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease, according to a study. The hepatitis virus affects the. . . read more Mar. 28, 2017— A method to analyze the glycan shield on HIV's protective outer glycoprotein has been developed as a potential HIV vaccine candidate, report.
Haiti earthquake: Up to 100,000 may have died
Up to 100,000 people may have died in the Haiti earthquake, the Pan American Health Organisation has said, as the UN launches an appeal for more than $550m (£337m) in aid. "A variety of sources are estimating the numbers [at] between 50,000 and 100,000," said Jon Andrus of PAHO, the Americas arm of the World Health Organisation. Barack Obama said the US would do everything it could to get the country back on its feet. "The scale of the devastation is extraordinary. . . and the losses are heartbreaking," he said at the White House. In Britain, the Disasters Emergency Committee has launched an appeal for aid.
arts and crafts facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about arts and crafts
arts and crafts, term for that general field of applied design in which hand fabrication is dominant. The term was coined in England in the late 19th cent. as a label for the then-current movement directed toward the revivifying of the decorative arts. The chief influence behind this movement was William Morris. By the mid-19th cent. , factory processes had almost entirely driven artisans from their ancient trades and threatened to obliterate the techniques they used to produce beautiful objects of utility. The Gothic revival, however, had brought into existence a great body of knowledge concerning the arts of the Middle Ages, and Morris, together with the Pre-Raphaelite painters and a small group of architects and designers, returned to these arts as a rich source of inspiration.
fundamental rights of indian constitution article
PART III FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS General ARTICLE 12. Definition 13. Laws of inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights. Right to Equality ARTICLE 14. Equality before law. 15. Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion,race,caste,sex or place of birth. 16. Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment. 17. Abolition of Untouchability 18. Abolition of titles. Right to Freedom ARTICLE 19. Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc. 20. protection in respect of conviction for offences. 21.
La marge de manœuvre de la France dans le déclenchement d'un régime dérogatoire aux libertés fondamentales, une dénaturation de l’article 15 de la CEDH ?
1 Au lendemain des attentats du 13 novembre 2015, le gouvernement français a fait le choix de mettre en place un arsenal sécuritaire afin de protéger la Nation, assimilant les différentes attaques terroristes commises sur le sol français à une guerre. L’état d’urgence a rapidement été décrété selon le cadre législatif posé en 1955, modifié par une loi du 20 novembre 20151. Or, ce dernier ne fait pas parti des régimes d’exception inscrits dans la Constitution, contrairement aux pouvoirs exceptionnels du Président de la République prévus à l’article 16 et à l’état de siège inscrit à l’article 36 alinéa 1.
The Role of Human Resources Planning in Organizational Success
by Jeremy Bradley Human resources is about managing employees and their well-being. Planning for HR therefore requires that you, as the small-business owner, match employees with the job functions that best meet their skills and interests. As your business grows and changes, you will find that you'll need to have a supply of employee candidates lined up to fill important positions in the organization. Successful organizations are able to manage HR as part of the business's overall strategy plan. In other words, you are able to recruit employees that help you meet the business's goals.
SOPHIA: Choosing and Narrowing a Topic to Write About (for Research Papers) by Neil Cunningham
Introduction: Research is Never a Waste of Time, But Always Make Good Use of Your Time. It is natural to stand at the beginning of a research project and feel overwhelmed by the amount of published research that exists in databases, literature reviews, and reference pages. At the same time, each new research project brings the hope of discovering something new. Overwhelming though a project may be, starting at the foothills of a new thread of research is a great privilege, and is best approached as an opportunity to learn rather than a drudgery.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights ( UDHR ) contains, in Article 19, the first and most widely recognised statement of the right to freedom of expression: “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. The UDHR is not a binding treaty but a recommendatory resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly. Through time and universal acceptance, however, much of theUDHRhas risen to the level of customary international law, including Article 19, and is therefore binding on all states.
Holocaust Research Paper | Adolf Hitler
Ryan MorrisCollege EnglishMr. Neuburger Date 9-9-08Research Paper The Story of the HolocaustThe big mistake started on January 30, of 1933 when Germany appointed Adolph Hitler as chancellor of Germany. Shortly after Hitler assumed the role as chancellor, the wheels began churning in motion to begin a terrible tragedy. The tragedy, known as “The Holocaust,” targeted a variety of people, primarily the Jewish race, killing them in several different ways. According to the research of University of South Florida, approximately eleven million people died duringthis disaster.