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Tribune News Service New Delhi, September 13. The Government of India has reviewed the Adverse List containing 314 foreign nationals belonging to Sikh community and brought it down to just two.

The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring workers for temporary jobs in the local area to support the 2020 Census. Most of the jobs offer flexible work hours including opportunities for daytime, evening.

Moolenaar to host veterans Also, as a Michigan Senator, Moolenaar served on the Senate Redistricting Committee, and the Senate Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Committee. As Michigan’s new senator in Washington DC, Moolenaar intends to promote the same conservative fiscal values he did while a member of Michigan’s House of Representatives.

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