When disciplining children, it is imperative that the parent not use it as a payback. At the end, the attitude of the parent is more important than the size of the punishment.
The UAE Public Prosecution (PP), on Monday explained through a post published on its social media accounts about the crime of money laundering.
If there’s one thing that divides parenting today from parenting in the past, it is surely the way we discipline our children. When my daughter was small, I remember taking her to a local toddler singing group. There, a mum smacked her son
Santosh Kumar Singh, a policeman from Madhubani district in Bihar said that Kumar was arrested in April on charges of attempted rape.
Insatiable libidinal adventurism, made filthier by in-born male fallibility, contributed gradually, but irreversibly to the commodification of women over centuries.
Normally, one would associate fines or jail terms as an apt punishment for stepping out of line, specially where crime or breaching traffic laws or concerned. But it is truly rare to penalise someone for not going to school. And this is what the UAE has done.
Through its posts on its social media account the UAE Public Prosecution said that whoever publicly performs an indecent act shall be subject to a fine of not less than Dhs1,000 and not more than Dhs50,000.
Exams are scheduled to start on June 7 and continue until June 16 for students of grade three to grade twelve in public and private schools that follow the Ministry of Education curriculum.
The article about legal action against China is a huge joke. Within the article, the fact is that such litigations have no value and as the Chinese government has said in an earlier one on the south Chiba sea, that it’s only on paper (“Could China face legal action over coronavirus crisis?,” May 1, Gulf Today).