Following Ethereum and Bitcoin? Darknet’s Two Biggest Marketplaces are Busted

On July 16, CCN distributed an advancement on what happened to the greatest darknet commercial center, AlphaBay, after it was down for more than 10 days. At the time, reports proposed that specialists figured out how to assault its servers in Canada and the U.S., and capture its asserted administrator Alexander Cazes, a Canadian national, in Thailand, who was then discovered dead in his cell. The operation that brought down AlphaBay was named “Pike”, and has beforehand been secured by CCN. At the time, clients were encouraged to go to Russian market Ramp, Dream Market, and Hansa Market. Presently, in an unforeseen development, it’s been uncovered that Hansa had been under law implementation control since June 20, and has now been brought down. Per an Europol official statement, months of readiness and two noteworthy law requirement operations drove by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the U.S. Medication Enforcement Agency (DEA), and the Dutch National Police, as a team with Europol, brought down these sites that exchanged “more than 350,000… View All ….“Following Ethereum and Bitcoin? Darknet’s Two Biggest Marketplaces are Busted”

Throwing the Baby out of the Bath Water

Throwing the Baby out of the Bath Water: The Context of EMI in Nepal Juliet Fry  Juliet Fry is a national director of professional learning of secondary teachers’ of English language in New Zealand. She works for the Ministry of Education. Recently, she had been to Nepal in order to support a teachers’ training program in Khumbu region voluntarily. There is a practice of English Medium Instruction (EMI) for last six years. Choutari editor, Jeevan Karki, who is carrying out an intensive research on English medium instruction (EMI) in Nepal, has managed to talk with her in relation to EMI in community schools of Nepal. You have delivered English Medium training and interacted with teachers recently in Khumbu region. What’s your observation and evaluation on EMI in this region? Well, I was encouraged by finding the high level of English, of may be one-third of the teachers. It was good to find that some of the teachers have a really very good English and would be capable of delivering the… View All ….“Throwing the Baby out of the Bath Water”

School Based Teacher Training

School Based Teacher Training: My Experience in the Khumbu Region  Ekraj Koirala (Siddhartha) Background I have been working in the mountainous regions for four years in the capacity of teacher trainer for REED (Rural Education and Environment Development Centre) Nepal. It is a national level non-governmental organization, primarily working in the field of teacher training in rural areas of the country for one and a half decade. The organization has been implementing whole school modality where all teachers gather at a venue. This year, I got an opportunity to coordinate a school-based teacher training program in Kharikhola of Solukhumbu district. This model is a new intervention of our organization and a new approach in Nepali context.  In this brief essay, I discuss the steps of implementation and my observations toward the training model. At the initial phase, we had an intensive discussion among teacher trainers, representatives from Ministry of Education (MoE), and experts from other parts of the world. The discussion highlighted the needs to focus on students’ progress through… View All ….“School Based Teacher Training”