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India had highest level of social hostilities in 2013

27 February 2015 23:15:43 The Asian Age

India had the highest level of social hostilities involving a religion and China had the most government restrictions in 2013, according to a new study by an American think-tank. Among the world’s 25 most populous countries, the highest overall levels of restrictions were found in Myanmar, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan and Russia, where both the government and society at large impose numerous limits on religious beliefs and practices, said Pew Research Centre’s latest annual study on global restrictions on religion. “Among these populous countries, China had the highest level of government restrictions in 2013, and India had the highest level of social hostilities involving religion,” the report said. According to Pew, the number of countries and territories with a “very high” level of social hostilities involving religion fell from 20 in 2012 to 17 in 2013. “Most of the countries and territories in this category — including Israel, India, Pakistan, the Palestinian territories and Nigeria — already had very high social hostilities. Two countries — the Central African Republic and Tanzania — had very high social hostilities in 2013 but not in 2012,” it said. “Five countries that had very high social hostilities in 2012 did not in 2013: Burma (Myanmar), Lebanon, Sudan, Thailand and Yemen,” the report said. The new study finds that the share of countries with high or very high level of social hostilities involving religion dropped from 33 per cent in 2012 to 27 per cent in 2013, the most recent year for which data are available. These types of hostilities run the gamut from vandalism of religious property and desecration of sacred texts to violent assaults resulting in deaths and injuries, it said. By contrast, the share of countries with high or very high government restrictions on religion stayed roughly the same from 2012 to 2013. The share of countries in this category was 27 per cent in 2013, compared to 29 per cent in 2012. Government restrictions on religion include efforts to control religious groups and individuals in a variety of ways, ranging from registration requirements to discriminatory policies and outright bans on certain faiths, it said. As in previous years, Christians and Muslims — who together make up more than half of the global population — faced harassment in the largest number of countries. Christians were harassed, either by government or social groups, in 102 of the 198 countries included in the study (52 per cent), while Muslims were harassed in 99 countries (50 per cent). The report said in recent years, there has been a marked increase in the number of countries where Jews were harassed. In 2013, harassment of Jews, either by government or social groups, was found in 77 countries (39 per cent)—a seven-year high.

Vice All News Time27 February 2015 23:15:43


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Improved O-level results in 2014

10 February 2015 04:41:18

Waqiuddin Rajak Related Articles: MoE targets more grades A to C in public exam Styrofoam packaging no more, please! Charity polo tournament raises funds for YASKA 332 traffic offences reported in first week of February MORE than four in every 10 candidates who sat for the Brunei-Cambridge GCE O-level examinations last year, or 43.78 per cent, obtained at least four credits or higher in at least one subject. The figure is higher than the 39 per cent recorded in 2013. The Ministry of Education released the results of the Brunei-Cambridge GCE A, AS, and O-levels yesterday. In November last year, 6,844 candidates sat for the O-level examinations, the ministry said. Classification: News National

Vice All News Time10 February 2015 04:41:18


2014 Zimsec O-Level results out

06 February 2015 23:05:33 The Herald

Nyasha Weluzani Herald Reporter Zimbabwe School Examinations Council November 2014 Ordinary Level results are out, with the pass rate rising by more than 10 percent to 30,85 percent as compared to the previous year. In 2013, the overall pass rate for the November examinations was 20,72 percent. Zimsec director Mr Esau Nhandara said in a...

Vice All News Time06 February 2015 23:05:33


‘A’ Level results out

23 January 2015 02:40:24 The Herald

Herald Reporter— The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) November 2014 Advanced Level results are out with the pass rate, at 82,6 percent, slightly above the previous year’s. In 2013 an 81,5 percent pass rate was achieved. In a statement yesterday, ZIMSEC director Mr Esau Nhandara, said the results had been dispatched to the examination body’s regional offices...

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O-Level Best Candidate Attributes Success to Confidence, Hard Work

15 January 2015 06:34:16 WN.com - Africa News

WHEN results of last year's Primary Leaving and Ordinary Level examinations were released on Monday, Patience Irakoze was far away at her home in the remote Kigembe Sector, Gisagara District....

Vice All News Time15 January 2015 06:34:16


PLE, O-Level Results to Be Released Today

12 January 2015 09:03:47 WN.com - Africa News

The results for last year's Primary Six and Senior Three national examinations will be released today, according to a statement from the Ministry of Education....

Vice All News Time12 January 2015 09:03:47


Klaipedos Nafta improves transshipment results by 82.6% in November y-o-y

04 December 2014 12:45:06 The Baltics Today

Stock Company Klaipedos Nafta during November 2014 reloaded 555 thousand tons of oil products into its storage tanks, greater by 82.6% than during November 2013, when 304 thousand tons were reloaded, writes LETA/ELTA.

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‘O’ Level student challenges expulsion

19 September 2014 05:18:56 NewsDay Zimbabwe

AN Ordinary Level student from Mutambara High School, Aleksei Bvute, who was expelled from the school on allegations of masterminding a strike at the boarding institution in July this year, has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court challenging his dismissal. ‘O’ Level student challenges expulsion : NewsDay Zimbabwe .

Vice null Time19 September 2014 05:18:56


Zimbabwe: June O and A-Level Results Out

18 August 2014 09:41:27 AllAfrica News: Latest

June Ordinary and Advanced level results are out, two months after the candidates sat for the examinations, with some students applauding the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council for the early release of results.

Vice All News Time18 August 2014 09:41:27


June ‘O’, ‘A’ exams record lowest pass rate

14 August 2014 11:30:23 NewsDay Zimbabwe

THE Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) “O” and “A” Level examination results for June this year are out. June ‘O’, ‘A’ exams record lowest pass rate : NewsDay Zimbabwe .

Vice All News Time14 August 2014 11:30:23