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  • Author Photo Problem of Middle East Part 2    By: Devvratt Charan

    Conflict of Middle East boiling the world and creating direct influence upon the economy and crude prices. Taking a brief introduction from history and connecting it to the 21st century to inspect the rising of the problem. The current issues of Israel, Palestine and the problem of whole Middle East. >> Category: Politics
  • Author Photo Problem of Middle East Part 1    By: Devvratt Charan

    Conflict of Middle East boiling the world and creating direct influence upon the economy and crude prices. Taking a brief introduction from history and connecting it to the 21st century to inspect the rising of the problem. >> Category: Politics
  • Author Photo Can Aging Be Decelerated?    By: Juri Sharma

    Aging is a natural process. So it is impossible to go against nature. Still, leading a healthy lifestyle, adopting healthy habits, aging can be gracefully sobered. >> Category: Health
  • No Photo An Angel, a Blessing!    By: Arathi B Narayan

    This is a small tribute to Brahmakumari Sister Shivani. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo DEMYSTIFYING THE ONTOLOGY OF TAXATION RULINGS IN THE GAMBIA: PART III    By: ASSAN JALLOW

    This study set out to examine the issues and challenges on the non-publication and circulation of taxation rulings in The Gambia. In addition, this paper presents the rationale of making and publishing a Commissioner General's rulings on the application and interpretation of certain provisions on the tax laws where there is ambiguity in order to avoid distortions and differing inconsistent applicable views of persons. In this paper, the author provides a holistic demystification on the ontology of taxation rulings within the context of The Gambia's laws of taxation, citing the Gambia Revenue Authority as an example. The study however, indicates that no previous study of this nature has ever been commissioned in The Gambia, thus catapulting the need to conduct such study to add to the body of knowledge by limiting the dearth of literature in the discourse of public finance and in order to examine the mechanism of taxation rulings in terms of making provisions to prepare tax rulings, reproduce them in adequate numbers, distribute them to officials and made them available to the general taxpayers'. On a simpler note, this study discusses on the need for objective clarifications and better codification on the provisions of the existing tax laws, policies and regulations within the operational and administrative parameters of taxation. In summary, the paper indicates that a public ruling is still yet to be conventionally made available to the tax officials and the taxpayers. Finally, the results of this study should be of interest to taxing authority as it concludes with some prescriptive recommendations and solutions identified as the essential mechanics and alternative paradigms towards having in place a robust, mutually-inclusive, well-established and functional tax ruling mechanism. >> Category: Finance
  • No Photo DEMYSTIFYING THE ONTOLOGY OF TAXATION RULINGS IN THE GAMBIA PART II    By: ASSAN JALLOW

    This study set out to examine the issues and challenges on the non-publication and circulation of taxation rulings in The Gambia. In addition, this paper presents the rationale of making and publishing a Commissioner General's rulings on the application and interpretation of certain provisions on the tax laws where there is ambiguity in order to avoid distortions and differing inconsistent applicable views of persons. In this paper, the author provides a holistic demystification on the ontology of taxation rulings within the context of The Gambia's laws of taxation, citing the Gambia Revenue Authority as an example. The study however, indicates that no previous study of this nature has ever been commissioned in The Gambia, thus catapulting the need to conduct such study to add to the body of knowledge by limiting the dearth of literature in the discourse of public finance and in order to examine the mechanism of taxation rulings in terms of making provisions to prepare tax rulings, reproduce them in adequate numbers, distribute them to officials and made them available to the general taxpayers'. On a simpler note, this study discusses on the need for objective clarifications and better codification on the provisions of the existing tax laws, policies and regulations within the operational and administrative parameters of taxation. In summary, the paper indicates that a public ruling is still yet to be conventionally made available to the tax officials and the taxpayers. Finally, the results of this study should be of interest to taxing authority as it concludes with some prescriptive recommendations and solutions identified as the essential mechanics and alternative paradigms towards having in place a robust, mutually-inclusive, well-established and functional tax ruling mechanism. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo DEMYSTIFYING THE ONTOLOGY OF TAXATION RULINGS IN THE GAMBIA    By: ASSAN JALLOW

    This study set out to examine the issues and challenges on the non-publication and circulation of taxation rulings in The Gambia. In addition, this paper presents the rationale of making and publishing a Commissioner General's rulings on the application and interpretation of certain provisions on the tax laws where there is ambiguity in order to avoid distortions and differing inconsistent applica >> Category: Finance
  • No Photo Capitalism and Social Unity Balance    By: Bob Ticer

    It is explained how a World Bank Funding and a Carbon Tax and Dividend, as combined policies, can contribute to reversing climate change in a prosperous manner. Carbon Tax and Dividend is consistent with a balanced budget in not increasing government. The World Bank Funding provides the capital for companies to invest in new technology that can reduce the pollution of the atmosphere. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo For Big Bang and Tired Light    By: Bob Ticer

    Tired Light was dismissed because of a Tolman Brightness Test. However, further analysis shows that the test applying to Big Bang is nullified and the evidence of time actually favored the Tired Light interpretation. A new interpretation of Tired Light renders it mathematically equivalent in effect with Big Bang, such that together they can possibly unite as a more compete unified field theory. >> Category: Others
  • Author Photo Apple Pay Overview    By: Arivuvel Ramu

    Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple Inc. >> Category: Technology
  • Author Photo You Must Be Born Again    By: Jose Martell

    John 3:3 In reply Jesus declared,' I tell you the truth no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again.' >> Category: Religion
  • No Photo As Baba Go Slow Goes Steady    By: Richard Imhoagene

    It's more than six months after Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as president of Nigeria. In all this time, Nigerians have had to watch, with keen eyes, the activities of the Buhari government, and measure how much of his campaign promises he's been able to fulfill. Regrettably, Nigerians voted the man with the expectation of an instant change, seeking a quick resolution of the many problems facing the country. But Buhari's seemingly slow pace towards anything and everything has earned him the nick-name 'Baba Go Slow,' with Nigerians wondering how long they have to wait for the change they voted for. Read and enjoy! >> Category: Politics
  • Author Photo Behaviour Change and Weight Loss!    By: Juri Sharma

    Most of us are health conscious, wants to lose weight and look good. Losing weight sometimes become necessity for medical reasons. But whatever be the reason, the best and simplest strategy of losing weight is to bring about behavioural change in us and adopt a method which does not compromises nutritional balance. >> Category: Health
  • Author Photo The Bride of Christ    By: Jose Martell

    Not everything that shines is made of gold. Like wise all that glitter in our present day churches looks more like shiny plastic than gold. >> Category: Religion
  • Author Photo Enterprise Mobility - Overview Part 1    By: Arivuvel Ramu

    Enterprise Mobility is a buzz word in 2000 when the Gartner's talks about future technology which rule the world. >> Category: Technology
  • Author Photo M-OTA: Mobile 'Over-The- Air' (OTA) Overview    By: Arivuvel Ramu

    Mobile OTA is one of the Key aspect in enterprise mobility. This is an key differentiator over Mobility service or platform provider capabilities. A person who understand the OTA capabilities and what level the provider or platform provide the flexibility to create and manage the mobile app deliveries. >> Category: Technology
  • Author Photo MDM: Mobile Device Management Overview    By: Arivuvel Ramu

    In 2010-2013, MDM is the buzz word in Enterprise Mobility world since Mobile itself very diversified by OS, Platform, version, resolutions, providers, SS and SSP. Now MDM is part of evaluation criteria in every Mobile Application Development RFPs/RFIs. Its important to know the various MDM capabilities for the enterprises to take right decisions. >> Category: Technology
  • Author Photo Jesus Also Prayed    By: Jose Martell

    If the Son of God had to pray for everything he got and everything He needed from the Father. How shall we succeed if we never learn to pray? >> Category: Religion
  • No Photo Paradoxes of a Big Bang Explained    By: Bob Ticer

    There are questionable paradoxes with big bang theory with regard to an increased expansion rate, dark energy and so forth. These paradoxes are here explained as resolvable according to gravity explained as a vacuum effect in the wake of emitted gravitational radiation. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo Laissez Faire Fairness    By: Bob Ticer

    The physiocrats who advocated laissez-faire economics of capitalism of least government influence are generally overlooked in preference of the work of Adam Smith. This article advocates that their agrarian philosophy of wealth is fundamentally correct. >> Category: Politics
  • No Photo Gravity Cause Explained    By: Bob Ticer

    General relativity explains space-time curvature due to the presence of mass as the cause of gravity. A more detailed explanation as to how the presence of mass causes space-time curvature is here given. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo Baba Iyabo is at It Again!    By: Richard Imhoagene

    Whether you like it or not, Nigeria's history cannot be written without a mention of this man's name. He's the longest serving President/Head of state that the country have ever had, and will probably ever have. This intimidating figure knows how to pull the strings of politics, especially when you want to play dirty. Baba is a show master, and recently he performed a jaw-dropper. Enjoy! >> Category: Others
  • Author Photo Extreme Faith    By: Jose Martell

    It is one thing to always be quoting the bible or speaking of something you have never experience yourself. But it is another thing to be put in the fire and have to live with what you think you believe or know. >> Category: Religion
  • No Photo Cheap Independence Anniversary, Sarcastically Speaking.    By: Richard Imhoagene

    We refuse to be fooled by Buhari's show of frugality. How much is his annual kitchen allowance? How can he embarrass us like this by budgeting a meager #70million for our Independence day celebration. Breakfast speech, March Pass, Children's Party and Owambe...all for #70million? What a disgrace! >> Category: Issues
  • No Photo Contextual Factors For Instructional Decision Making For Grades K-3    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Research has suggested that the best teaching takes into consideration the key factors related to children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development. >> Category: Education
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    Managing a classroom of children in grades K-6 involves teachers in learning aspects of organization, structure, school policies and procedures, as well as learning the pre-established mode of doing things in the school. >> Category: Education
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    This is the first part of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with educational standards and objectives and how to plan content literacy curriculum, instruction, and assessment that aligns with them. >> Category: Education
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    This is the second part of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with educational standards and objectives and how to plan content literacy curriculum, instruction, and assessment that aligns with them. >> Category: Education
  • No Photo Assessment and Evaluation of Content Literacy For Grades K-6 (Part 1)    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is part one of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with how to plan and implement content literacy assessment and evaluation for grades K-6. >> Category: Education
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    This is part two of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with how to plan and implement content literacy assessment and evaluation for grades K-6. >> Category: Education
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