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USC students who may be linked to college admissions scandal can't register for classes, get transcripts, school says

Thursday 15:25 GMT

The school said in a statement posted to Twitter that holds have been placed on the accounts of students who may be associated with the alleged admissions scheme, meaning that they can't register for classes or obtain their transcripts pending review of their cases.

Students at the University of Southern California who may be linked to the massive college bribery scheme will be limited in what they do next while their cases are under review, school officials said Monday.

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Source: The Guradian

'It's a godsend': the healthcare scheme bringing hope to India's sick

Friday 04:14 GMT

Only a handful of government hospitals, such as AIIMS, offer specialist care for complex treatments and procedures, according to Girdhar J Gyani, director general of the Association of Healthcare Providers of India.

“It is early days, but this is a game-changer,” says Dr Randeep Guleria, pulmonologist and director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the Indian capital. The cost of hospital treatment can be catastrophic, pushing an already poor family into debt.

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Source: The Guradian

India: Congress party pledges universal basic income for the poor

Today 18:10 GMT

Polls have generally shown Modi’s party comfortably ahead of Congress though short of a majority in India’s 543-seat parliament.

Congress leaders declined to respond to queries about how the scheme would be funded or how people would qualify for it in a country with a vast informal economy, where precise incomes could be difficult to calculate. It is also unclear if the payment would replace existing subsidies on food, petrol and fertilisers valued at 2.64tn rupees for all Indians in the 2018-19 budget.


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