Sáu sếp ngành than lập khống chứng từ chia nhau tiền

TPO

6 đối tượng nguyên cán bộ, lãnh đạo một công ty than thuộc Tập đoàn TKV bị khởi tố do nâng khống cung độ vận chuyển đất đá, lập khống chứng từ để chia nhau tiền.

Chiều 8/9, cơ quan cảnh sát điều tra (CSĐT), Bộ Công an cho biết đã tống đạt quyết định khởi tố bị can, khám xét nơi ở đối với 6 đối tượng nguyên lãnh đạo Công ty cổ phần than Tây Nam Đá Mài thuộc Tập đoàn công nghiệp than – khoáng sản Việt Nam (VINACOMIN) về tội “Lợi dụng chức vụ quyền hạn trong khi thi hành công vụ”. Tiếp tục đọc “Sáu sếp ngành than lập khống chứng từ chia nhau tiền”

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Công an vào cuộc vụ “chạy” viên chức giá 200 triệu đồng

TPO – Ngày 9/9, lãnh đạo UBND Thành phố Hà Nội đã ra văn bản yêu cầu Công an thành phố, giám đốc các Sở Nội vụ, GD&ĐT, Chủ tịch UBND huyện Sóc Sơn điều tra, xử lý vi phạm pháp luật về tuyển dụng viên chức giáo dục tại huyện Sóc Sơn.
Những người có liên quan trong bài “Cò viên chức giáo dục lộng hành ở Thủ đô”. Ảnh: phunuonline
Những người có liên quan trong bài “Cò viên chức giáo dục lộng hành ở Thủ đô”. Ảnh: phunuonline

Trước đó, một tờ báo điện tử có đăng bài “Cò viên chức giáo dục lộng hành ở Thủ đô”, phản ánh vụ việc tiêu cực liên quan đến tuyển dụng viên chức giáo dục tại huyện Sóc Sơn. Qua điều tra, tờ báo này phản ánh mỗi phi vụ “chạy” viên chức giáo dục có giá từ 150 – 250 triệu đồng, nếu “không đỗ trả lại tiền”. Tiếp tục đọc “Công an vào cuộc vụ “chạy” viên chức giá 200 triệu đồng”

Indo-Pacific Economic Corridor: Opportunity for U.S., Indian, & ASEAN Statesmanship

by  • September 2, 2015

By James Wallar

The Gokteik Viaduct in western Shan State, Myanmar, built in 1900 by the Pennsylvania and Maryland Bridge Construction company. Plans for greater connectivity between India and Southeast Asia will require upgrading infrastructure in east India, Myanmar, and neighboring Bangladesh. Source: Lacest20's flickr photostream, used under a creative commons license.
The Gokteik Viaduct in western Shan State, Myanmar, built in 1900 by Pennsylvania and Maryland Bridge Construction. Plans for greater connectivity between India and Southeast Asia will require upgrading infrastructure in east India, Myanmar, and neighboring Bangladesh. Source: Lacest20’s flickr photostream, used under a creative commons license.

CogitASIA – The U.S. administration’s rebalance toward Asia is fundamental to U.S. economic, commercial, and security interests and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the fulcrum for the economic pivot. Although facing headwinds typical in the end game of trade negotiations, the smart money is on the TPP delivering the most advanced trade agreement ever. Tiếp tục đọc “Indo-Pacific Economic Corridor: Opportunity for U.S., Indian, & ASEAN Statesmanship”

New centre promotes clean technology for Asia-Pacific

The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) opened (1 September) its first Asia-Pacific regional hub to promote clean technology.The UNFCCC Regional Collaboration Centre (RCC), formed in partnership with the non-profit Institute for Global Environmental Strategies in Japan, will help developing countries in the region to identify and develop clean development mechanism (CDM) projects to help limit damage from climate change. Tiếp tục đọc “New centre promotes clean technology for Asia-Pacific”

Vietnam’s poverty reduction, economic development hailed

VNA Thursday, September 03, 2015 – 16:06:40 Print

Asian Development Bank (ADB) Country Director Eric Sidgwick. (Photo: mpi.gov.vn)

Vietnam’s achievements over the past three decades have been remarkable, making the country one of the most successful stories in terms of poverty reduction in the world, said Eric Sidgwick, Asian Development Bank (ADB) Country Director for Vietnam . Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s poverty reduction, economic development hailed”

New boarding house facilitates remote students’ study

VNA Monday, September 07, 2015 – 21:32:35 Print

A boarding house of the Thuan Mang Junior High School in the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan was inaugurated on September 7, accommodating disadvantaged students living far away from their school in Ngan Son district.

The house and auxiliary facilities cover more than 400 square metres with 10 bedrooms, four bathrooms, a yard, a collective kitchen, and a dining room, among others. The project is able to cater to over 80 students.
Tiếp tục đọc “New boarding house facilitates remote students’ study”

National one-stop-shop customs mechanism launched

PANO – Tuesday, September 08, 2015, 21:37 (GMT+7)

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung launched the implementation of the national one-stop-shop customs mechanism and the technical connectivity with the ASEAN mechanism on September 8.

Also attending the event were Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and ASEAN Secretary General Le Luong Minh, among others.

 
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (5th from right) launches the implementation of the national one-stop-shop customs mechanism and the technical connectivity with the ASEAN mechanism.

Deputy PM Ninh, who is Head of the National Steering Committee on ASEAN and National One-stop-shop (OSS) Customs Mechanisms, said that the move is a turning-point in accelerating administrative reform towards an e-government.

Vietnam has enacted a number of synchronous measures to speed up administrative reforms, shorten the time required and reduce costs for procedures so as to facilitate business and investment activities among enterprises and individuals. Tiếp tục đọc “National one-stop-shop customs mechanism launched”

Gov’t warned against profligate, lopsided spending on transport infrastructure

 By Mai Ha, Thanh Nien News

HANOI – Wednesday, September 09, 2015 14:54 Email Print

Trucks and cars drive on a newly built bridge on a road linking Hanoi with northern Vietnamese provinces in the suburbs of Hanoi. Photo: AFP Trucks and cars drive on a newly built bridge on a road linking Hanoi with northern Vietnamese provinces in the suburbs of Hanoi. Photo: AFP

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As the government plans to earmark more than VND1 trillion (US$48 billion) for transport infrastructure over the next five years, many experts are urging caution, saying Vietnam cannot afford it.

Tiếp tục đọc “Gov’t warned against profligate, lopsided spending on transport infrastructure”

8-year-old student expelled after mother criticizes school uniform: report

Thanh Nien News

HO CHI MINH CITY – Tuesday, September 08, 2015 21:06 Email Print

Nguyen Thanh Hieu shows a tie that is part of her son's school uniform. Photo credit: Kenh14 Nguyen Thanh Hieu shows a tie that is part of her son’s school uniform. Photo credit: Kenh14

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A parent has accused a school in Ho Chi Minh City of wrongfully expelling her 8-year-old son out of spite after she criticized the school uniform on Facebook.

 

Phu Nu newspaper reported that Nguyen Thanh Hieu was not properly informed of her son’s expulsion and she only learnt about it after the new academic year at the VStar school had already begun.
She suggested that the school management was not happy after she posted some critical comments on Facebook in May about the uniform, particularly the tie.

 

In the post, she asked the school to consider a new tie that is easier for children to put on every day.

 

“I kindly suggest our dear school to either change the tie or just get rid of it. It looks like a piece of rag on our children’s necks,” she wrote on Facebook in May.

 

According to Phu Nu, Hieu went to the school to question the decision and met its vice chairman, Huynh Chau Loc. Loc reportedly criticized her parental skills and confirmed that the school had decided to let her son go.

 

The report said the school would comment on the case later.