UP government to promote one sport in one district

In the vein of “one district, one product”, the government of Uttar Pradesh has decided to promote one sport in one district. Under the One District, One Sport (ODOS) program, players receive training in the specified sport for their district to play at both national and international events, a government spokesman said, adding that the … Read more

Religious leaders in the NT are urging the government to review proposed changes to anti-discrimination laws

Leaders from several religious groups in the Northern Territory have joined forces to express concern over proposed changes to anti-discrimination laws, warning the NT government of a backlash from voters if the changes are approved. Key Takeaways: The NT government will pass new anti-discrimination laws in the coming week Opposition is growing in the religious … Read more

CANCEL CULTURE WARS: The comedian fears government officials will abuse power to censor free speech

A comedian who said local officials pressured a New Jersey venue to cancel his show fears the government will abuse its power to censor comics. “We have evolved from liberal activists convincing business owners not to host us, to city government officials essentially committing extortion and threatening the venue owners if they are willing to … Read more

As India takes over the leadership of the G20, the government plans a year-long cultural splash

With India assuming the presidency of the G20 on December 1, the government plans to kick off its diplomatic calendar with a series of cultural initiatives. The agenda includes interaction with 75 educational institutions, the lighting of 100 monuments with the G20 logo, the presentation of the G20 at the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, and … Read more

Nunatsivut government claims ‘cultural appropriation’ in NunatuKavut plans for Inuit curriculum

On September 30, from left, Scott Reid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Secretary of Education; NunatuKavut Chairman Todd Russell; Secretary of Indigenous Affairs Lisa Dempster; and Christina White, the Deputy Director of Education for the Provincial English School District for Labrador, signed a memorandum of understanding. (Submitted by Waylon Williams) The Nunatsiavut government and the NunatuKavut … Read more

Election 2023: Any presidential candidate who says religion doesn’t matter cannot lead Nigeria

A senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa, has urged Nigerian Christians to go beyond relying on prayers and vote in the 2023 general election. According to Giwa, prayers without votes cannot produce credible and competent leaders. Pastor Giwa, who led the charge Sunday addressing members of his church in … Read more