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June 27, 2017

‘Thank You Prime Minister Modi,’ Tweets Ivanka Trump After Invite

WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited Ivanka Trump, daughter of Donald Trump, to lead an American delegation of entrepreneurs to India during his first meeting with the US President at the White House on Monday.

“I have invited her (Ivanka Trump) to lead the US delegation for global entrepreneurship forum,” PM Modi said while jointly addressing the media with President Trump following a one-on-one with the President and delegation-level talks between the two sides.

“…And I believe she has accepted,” Mr Trump said after PM Modi also extended an invitation to the President and his family to visit India.

Ivanka Trump, 35, [...]

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June 24, 2017

Australian Politician Makes History By Breastfeeding While Passing A Motion In Parliament

Australian Politician Senator Larissa Waters breastfeeding her daughter Alia Joy in the federal parliament is slowly becoming an iconic image. Waters breastfed her 14-week-old baby daughter while passing a motion on black lung disease thereby becoming the first mother to do so. This feat comes just one month after she became the first MP to nurse a baby in the chamber.

In May, Waters had said, “I am so proud that my daughter Alia is the first baby to be breastfed in the Federal Parliament,” Senator Waters said back in May. We need more women and parents in Parliament. And we need more family-friendly and flexible workplaces, and affordable childcare, for [...]

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June 24, 2017

Pauline Hanson rebuffs to apologize for her comments over children with autism

Pauline Lee Hanson, the Australian leader has declined to eat humble pie for her comments about children with disability and autism saying that her comments were “taken out of context” and she was the victim of political point-scoring.

As per Hanson, teachers are devoting much of their time for disables or autistics student, which may negatively affects other students. Hence, there must be reliable special classrooms for such students as they also have right to be educated by all means.  Education experts were quick to censure Hanson on Wednesday for her statement over disability, saying that since the mid-1990s the philosophy of inclusion had been influential in changing [...]

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June 21, 2017

Pauline Hanson under fire for comments about autistic children

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young and Opposition leader Bill Shorten condemn Pauline Hanson’s suggestion that autistic children should be educated in “special classrooms”.

Politicians have slammed Pauline Hanson’s suggestion autistic children be removed from mainstream classrooms to prevent other students from being held back.

Speaking in the Senate on Wednesday, Senator Hanson said parents were concerned teachers were being forced to spend too much time with autistic children at the expense of other students.

“These kids have a right to an education by all means, but if there is a number of them, these children should actually go into a special [...]

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