Recommended for you U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson makes first official visit to the Turks and Caicos Islands Related Items:Acting Deputy Chief of Missions, Charge de Affaires, Lisa Johnson, Neda Brown, President of the Senate, senate president, senator Joseph curry, Senator Sharon Wilson, US embassy, Vice President of the Senate US Embassy gives Jamaica Police new boats Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNASSAU, Bahamas – The Charge de Affaires of the United States Embassy here in Nassau called on the President of the Senate on Friday, 17th October 2014. Pictured from left are Senator Joseph Curry, Vice President of the Senate; Lisa Johnson, US Charge de Affaires here in Nassau; Senator Sharon Wilson, President of the Senate and Neda Brown, Acting Deputy Chief of Missions at the US Embassy. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp CARIBBEAN WIDE GATHERING FOCUSES ON WATER
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, August 1, 2017 – Providenciales – The firm position on workers who are illegally resident and even employed in the Turks and Caicos taken last week by Border Control and Employment Minister, Deputy Premier Sean Astwood seems to have been used as a scare tactic by some. A media release on Saturday from the DP said this is not the intention of his ministerial statement given during House of Assembly which asks workers with expired work permits to regularize their status or face being deported, even stop listed.The statement gives people with this problem until August 14 to comply with TCI law. The Deputy Premier clarified that work permit holders still under consideration for renewal or extension, according to law, will see their work permit continue to be in force until their application is dealt with.The Ministry further states, “the 14 day measure does not apply to the following persons: Those with active applications for renewals or extensions that are already before the Labour Commissioner for Labour clearances or work permit boards for work permits.”Excluded from the potential deportation are those who have already applied for permanent residency, naturalization or registration and the like. However, if you are with an expired document, then you had better rush to get an application in before August 14. If you came into the TCI on a Visa, and it is now expired… prepare to leave. If you have matters under dispute at the Labour Tribunal, you are advised to contact the office for advice.The public is directed to Customer Service Quality Assurance Manager, Emilio Seymour for further information and clarity.#MagneticMediaNews#14daywindowforillegalmigrants Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
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Shares of three listed state-owned oil marketing companies (OMC) fell up to 4 per cent at close on Tuesday, after the government raised excise duty on petrol by Rs 2.25 per litre and by Re 1 a litre on diesel.Bharat Petroleum Corporation fell by 4.06 per cent to close at Rs 712.90, while shares of Indian Oil Corporation fell by 2.55 per cent to Rs 351.20 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Shares of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd lost 1.60 per cent to Rs 594. The second excise duty hike in three weeks will help raise additional Rs 4,000 crore in four months to March as the government seeks to take advantage of a slump in world oil prices to shore up its revenues without stoking inflation.
Contributing to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ campaign in a unique way, Khadi India has launched a designer carry bag made from a mix of plastic waste and paper pulp, a senior official said on Sunday.The Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) showcased the plastic-paper mixed eco-friendly handmade carry bags on Saturday at it’s flagship Khadi India outlet in Connaught Place on the occasion of Swachhata Diwas.As the prime minister launched the cleanliness campaign, Khadi India introduced the carry bags at all of its stores across the country, KVIC Chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena said. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSaxena said KVIC conducted experiments at its Kumarappa National Handmade Paper Institute (KNHPI) unit at Jaipur to develop the unique bag.”The KNHPI officials were directed to collect plastic garbage and after necessary cleaning and processing, mix it with paper pulp up to 20 percent to find out whether plastic waste can be utilised in handmade paper industries or not,” Saxena said.”The experiment was done on utilisation of various types of plastic waste including high-density and low-density polyethylene… The experiment was successful,” Saxena added. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe KVIC said preliminary studies showed that polyethylene waste could be used to make cost effective handmade paper – reducing the existing production cost by 34 per cent– which in turn can be used to make cheaper carry bags.In its project called REPLAN (Reducing Plastic in Nature), the waste plastic from nature is collected, de-structured and de-gradated and then mixed with paper pulp in a ratio of 80 is to 20, it said.REPLAN aims to remove the existing waste plastic material from nature and use it in a semi-permanent manner, so that availability of plastic in nature is reduced to a large extent, it added.The continued removal, coupled with steps taken by the government are expected to provide significant relief from the existing problem of plastic waste, it said further.