When teachers become cheaters …

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Plagiarism is nothing but cheating. But when the guardians of academic integrity engage in such unethical practice, some universities choose to turn a blind eye. At least this is the case for the most prestigious University of Dhaka in the country. While the university has found evidence of plagiarism against 11 of its teachers...

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Linked Finance sees SME loans explode as Covid restrictions relax

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An easing of Covid restrictions appears to have boosted borrowing among Irish small businesses, with peer-to-peer lending platform Linked Finance recording the largest monthly lending volume in its seven-year history last month . Inked Finance lent 5.5 million euros to SMEs in July, nearly three times the amount borrowed by companies through the platform...

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MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: IFC Approves $ 250 Million Loan to HDFC for Housing Finance for Low and Middle Income Borrowers in India; 25% allocated to green buildings

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The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private investment arm of the World Bank Group, recently approved a $ 250 million loan to Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC), an India-based mortgage lender. While ecological housing is “widely regarded as a luxury market in the country”, a quarter of the loan amount is reserved for...

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Southampton eye shock loan transfer to Liverpool Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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SOUTHAMPTON has launched an ambitious offer to re-sign Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 10 years after selling him as a teenager. The Saints are keen to give England international Oxlade-Chamberlain, 27, the chance to relaunch his career by taking him back on loan. 1 Southampton have launched an ambitious offer to re-sign Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainCredit:...

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