‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Recap: Omarosa Turns On Lil Jon

Sun, March 31, 2013 11:01pm EDT by 35 Comments
Omarosa Fired Celebrity Apprentice
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Anonymous

Posted at 5:54 AM on July 30, 2013  

Yes, the announcement offering access to the president for cold, hard cash was made openly and with transparency. But it was also made without shame.

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Tory Burch

Posted at 5:54 AM on July 27, 2013  

‘Employability of women officers’ has also been stated as a cause of concern among senior officers. Unlike Canada, France, Germany, Norway and a few other countries that allow their women in active combat roles, in the Indian army, women so far have been inducted only in non-combat or support roles such as in the Army Services Corps (ASC), Army Ordnance Crops (AOC), Army Education Corps (AEC), Judge Advocate General (JAG), Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME), Engineers, Signals and Intelligence. These jobs mostly entail administrative, skill-based or managerial work, which can easily be undertaken by women officers.

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Anonymous

Posted at 5:59 AM on July 23, 2013  

Among the major projects which have stalled awaiting the new legislation are 12-million-tonne steel plants planned by Posco and ArcelorMittal and a six-million-tonne steel plant of Tata Steel in Odisha, as well as Coal India’s mine expansion in Chattisgarh.

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