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Invest in Africa with Centurion Law Group

Business Ghana 06 Feb 2023
As an innovative and client-focused firm, Centurion Law Group (https.// is pleased to announce its upcoming webinar, titled. “Investing in Africa with Centurion Law Group” on 21st February 2023. Centurion Law Group acknowledges the need for an insufferable amount of pressure on Africa’s investment grid.

Spain: Rights groups urge more protection for hunting dogs

Federal News Radio 06 Feb 2023
MADRID (AP) — Animal rights groups and pet shop owners marched Sunday in separate demonstrations to protest a new animal welfare law proposed by the Spanish government that seeks to advance the protection of animal rights ... law’s protection, meeting hunting lobbies’ demands.


Index-Journal 06 Feb 2023
MADRID — Animal rights groups and pet shop owners marched Sunday in separate demonstrations to protest a new animal welfare law proposed by the government that seeks to advance the protection of animal rights. The bill has fueled criticism by animal rights groups after a last-minute amendment excluded hunting dogs from the law’s protection.

Bonfire of EU laws will let ministers bypass parliament, warn peers

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Feb 2023
Rishi Sunak’s plans for a bonfire of EU laws could be “disastrous” and would enable ministers to bypass parliament, a cross-party group of peers has warned.

Tell it to SunStar: Groups renew calls for law banning trans fat

Sun Star 06 Feb 2023
Public interest law group ImagineLaw has urged solons anew to pass the Trans Fat Free Philippines Bill into law, a measure that will ban the use of industrially produced trans fatty acids or iTFAs in processed and pre-packaged food products manufactured and sold in the country.

Middle Belt Forum Calls for Probe of Killings in Middle Belt Region

This Day 06 Feb 2023
The group also called on the federal government to investigate the ... Thousands of people have been killed in the region by armed groups over the years ... In the wake of the enactment of the law, MACBAN and other Fulani groups vowed to ensure the anti-grazing law remains ineffective.

Hong Kong: landmark national security trial of 47 democracy advocates begins

The Observer 06 Feb 2023
The case has been condemned by human rights and legal groups, who accuse the government of using the national security law and changes to the justice process to crush dissent ... Members of the League of Social Democrats, one of Hong Kong’s last active pro-democracy groups, were pushed away by police when they arrived at court to protest.

Meet me in the metaverse: Some companies set up shop in a digital environment (Business)

Castanet 06 Feb 2023
Grinhaus?Toronto law firm is one of a growing group of companies setting up offices in a virtual world called the metaverse to push the envelope and learn more about the emerging technology ... Grinhaus’ Toronto law firm is one of a growing group of companies setting up offices ...

INEC: We Didn’t Withhold PVCs Belonging to Any Ethnic Group

This Day 06 Feb 2023
*Says commission won’t condone breakdown of law and order in polling unit ... The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has denied withholding Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) belonging to a particular ethnic group in the country ahead of the forthcoming elections.

Adani-Hindenburg row: Both Houses adjourned till 2 pm, Opposition demands JPC. Key political updates

Live Mint 06 Feb 2023
Opposition parties met in Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge's Chamber in Parliament to chalk out a strategy on the Adani row and other issues.Both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were adjourned till 2 PM after opposition members held protest in Parliament seeking a discussion ...

Hochul plan would loosen leash on physicians' assistants

Niagara Gazette 06 Feb 2023
According to her group, New York’s nearly 20,000 licensed PAs provide preventive services, managing treatment plans, diagnosing illnesses and prescribing medications ... The group lamented the spending plan has no funding for the counties to deal with a law that lowers the actionable blood lead level in young children exposed to lead contamination.

400 lawyers fight back against petition that puts mandatory Indigenous course at risk

CBC 06 Feb 2023
A group of 400 lawyers — along with 124 other ...

Adani Group stocks fall further in morning trade

The Telegraph India 06 Feb 2023
Shares of Adani Group firms tumbled further on the bourses, with shares of Adani Enterprises witnessing a fall of 9.50 per cent as investors continue to offload their holdings ... Adani group has dismissed the charges as lies, saying it complies with all laws and disclosure requirements.

Anti-abortion group to pay Planned Parenthood nearly $1m over protest at clinic

The Observer 06 Feb 2023
An anti-abortion group has been ordered to pay almost $1m in fines to Planned Parenthood, over demonstrations outside a clinic in Spokane, Idaho. According to its website, the group, Church at Planned Parenthood, was formed to stage “worship service at the gates of Hell”.

What is the fair value of Adani Enterprises stock? Aswath Damodaran shares the math

The Times of India 06 Feb 2023
Even with a further share drop, he said he is not tempted to buy shares in Adani companies because he avoids investing in family group companies. "I have likened buying shares in a family group company to getting married, and then having all of your in-laws move into the bedroom with you.

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