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Chikun LGA: 2 Months To End Of 2019, No Project Allocated To Sabon Tasha Ward Has Been Executed – Investigation

  With just a little over two months to the end of 2019, stakeholders of Sabon Tasha Ward in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State are saddened that none of the projects earmarked for the 2019 budget in the ward has been executed.   The stakeholders, comprising of civil society organisations, social media activists, community leaders and journalists expressed… Read More
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Happiness added to high school curriculum in New Delhi

To assist younger college students address stress, authorities colleges throughout the Indian capital, New Delhi have added a brand new topic to their schedules: happiness. The category carries no grade and has no textbooks, assessments or homework. This marks a radical shift of emphasis in a rustic recognized for its inflexible, bookish training system that locations a lot stress on… Read More
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Indian Police Arrests Three For Raping And Beheading Three Year Old

Police on Thursday confirmed the arrest of three men who allegedly raped and beheaded a three-year-old girl in India’s eastern state of Jharkhand. Railway police officer, Ehtesham Waquarib said that three men, two were believed to have sexually assaulted and killed the girl and a third, who is the mother’s partner, were arrested late Tuesday. The girl was sleeping with… Read More
Japanese automaker Nissan plans to cut more than 10,000 jobs to help turn around its business. The company’s profits have fallen to a near-decade low, and its alliance with French automaker Renault has been under strain since the ouster and arrest of former chairman Carlos Ghosn. Asia Business World 

Nissan to cut 10,000 jobs globally

Japanese automaker Nissan plans to cut more than 10,000 jobs to help turn around its business. The company’s profits have fallen to a near-decade low, and its alliance with French automaker Renault has been under strain since the ouster and arrest of former chairman Carlos Ghosn. Details of the job cuts will be announced along with first quarter earnings results… Read More
Australian police have dropped charges against a French television crew arrested filming a protest against a newly approved Indian-owned coal mine this week. Asia World 

Australia drops charges against French journalists over coal mine protest film

Australian police have dropped charges against a French television crew arrested filming a protest against a newly approved Indian-owned coal mine this week. Hugo Clement, a reporter for France 2 TV channel was arrested with three members of his film crew at Monday’s demonstration against the Adani project in central Queensland state. The four were charged with trespassing. Clement said on… Read More
Central Asian neighbours Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan held talks Friday after an outbreak of border violence left one Tajik citizen dead. This is the first time the leaders of the two countries, squeezed between Russia and China, have visited the contested border region together. Asia World 

China and Russia vie for support in Central Asia

Central Asian neighbours Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan held talks Friday after an outbreak of border violence left one Tajik citizen dead. This is the first time the leaders of the two countries, squeezed between Russia and China, have visited the contested border region together. Tajik President Emomali Rakhmon and his Kyrgyz counterpart Sooronbai Jeenbekov shared a symbolic embrace at the frontier… Read More