24 January 2021

Science and Education

Macron says France will tighten legislation on incest (4)
By Reuters Staff PARIS (Reuters) - France will tighten its laws on incest, President Emmanuel Macron said in a series of tweets on Saturday, after publication of a book accusing a top French political commentator of abusing his stepson sparked outrage across the country. FILE PHOTO: French President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to the French Bakery and Pastry Federation members next to the traditional
Sino-Pakistan Cooperation Center On Traditional Chinese Medicine Launched (3)
Sumaira FH Sun 24th January 2021 | 01:10 PM BEIJING, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 24th Jan, 2021 ) :Sino-Pakistan Cooperation Center on Traditional Chinese Medicine (SPCCTCM) was launched respectively in Hunan University of Medicine in Huaihua China and the University of Karachi in Pakistan. The center will further strengthen cooperation between the iron brothers on the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and benefit the people of the two
France: Emmanuel Macron vows to change laws on child sex abuse (3)
Emmanuel Macron said France will tighten its laws to better protect children against sexual abuse. The president's statement came after a high- profile incest scandal that sparked nationwide outrage. French President Emmanuel Macron promised that the law on incest would be updated. French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday pledged to bring in tougher laws on child sex abuse after a massive online movement where thousands of
Legal education affected due to 'mushrooming' of law colleges: SC Judges (2)
While launching their book 'The Law of Emergency Powers', senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi and professor Khagesh Gautam showed concern over the 'mushrooming' of law colleges India Today Web Desk New Delhi January 24, 2021 UPDATED: January 24, 2021 09:43 IST There is an urgent need for reforming legal education in the country as its quality is being affected due to the "mushrooming" of law colleges, two Supreme Court judges said on Saturday.
Endangered langur population rises steadily in southwest China (2)
2021-01-24 15:37:10(Beijing Time) Xinhua English KUNMING, Jan. 24 (Xinhua) - The number of Phayre's leaf monkeys, also known as Phayre's langurs, an endangered species, has been rising steadily in southwest China's Yunnan Province. Photographers recently pictured 11 baby Phayre's leaf monkeys in the city of Mangshi.
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