Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state unit president Dilip Ghosh slammed Mamata Banerjee party, Trinamool Congress (TMC) for all the evils from the Left. Banerjee has become so much dependent on Bangladeshi infiltrators that she has no option but to keep harming the interests of the country, come what may. The government has launched an all out attack against India Constitution, said Ghosh, a Lok Sabha MP from Midnapore..
And the state has limited power to stop those lacking licenses.In Florida, for profit postsecondary schools are required to be licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, an arm of the state’s education department. The department can’t file criminal charges but can refer cases to the state attorney.”The department of education every year holds me to these audits and these guidelines, but they don’t enforce the law,” Elite Bartending School owner Austin Gagnon says. “There’s no regulation.”Fonseca, whose Facebook profile shows a stocky, dark haired man holding drinks and grinning ear to ear in nightclubs, says he’s a “lifelong bartender” who moved to Miami in 2000.
Objective: To explore general practitioner (GP) views and experiences of assessing, communicating with and managing suicidal young people with the aim of coproducing an educational intervention on youth suicide prevention tailored to GPs TM perceived needs.Participants: 28 GPs took part (9 males) with mean age of 37 years. The median number of years of professional experience was 13. Participants were recruited through convenience sampling based on accessibility, interest in the study and willingness to participate.Results: 3 themes emerged from the data in relation to GP TMs attitudes and beliefs towards suicide; the challenges GPs experience when it comes to the assessment and management of suicide risk in young people; and optimal ways of addressing some of these challenges through the provision of specialist education and training targeting GPs TM knowledge and clinical skills in this field.Conclusions: The findings revealed wide variations in the understanding and operationalisation of risk among GPs, which has subsequent implications to how GPs perceive risk should be assessed.
As a result, Iraq’s Sunnis have for the past 18 months been in near constant revolt while Washington seemed to be looking the other way. They conducted sit ins, but instead of addressing their grievances, the al Maliki government responded with bombs, killing dozens in the process. Such policies drove Sunnis into the arms of radical Islamist groups and ultimately to a temporary alliance with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria..