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Villagers experience impact of climate change

Dar es Salaam, July 29 -- IT is 15 years since Omar Mzee Juma, a resident of Mkokotoni, abandoned his home close to the beach and moved into higher land for his family's safety after witnessing floods... Read More


RU teacher invents technology to free arsenic from water

Dhaka, July 29 -- A teacher in Rajshahi University (RU) has invented a technology in collaboration with a Japanese researcher to free arsenic from water creating a hope of mitigating the country's ars... Read More


Keya Payel's maximum dramas this Eid

Dhaka, July 29 -- Among the newcomers of drama arena, after her debut film Indubala actress Keya Payel has come into limelight within very short time. In Eid-ul-Azha, she will be seen in 14 faction pl... Read More


Flying for a career

India, July 29 -- Aerospace is a branch of engineering that never ceases to kindle a curious mind. Even in the current times of struggles and negativity around us that has got the entire world in a tu... Read More


Nokia enables Ooredoo Qatar's 5G commercial services to go live

India, July 29 -- Nokia has announced that Ooredoo Qatar has launched a Nokia-powered cloud-native core network for commercial 5G services, allowing the operator to provide superior mobile broadband s... Read More


Bangladesh PM Hasina as South Asia's peacemaker?

New Delhi, July 29 -- Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's 15-minute long videocon with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan may have upset India, especially its paranoid strategic-security establi... Read More


Bhutanese in Kuwait supported each other during lockdown

Https, July 29 -- Many Bhutanese have returned from Kuwait, but there are still others who have decided to stay back. The Government of Kuwait has decided to restore normal life and reopen economy; li... Read More


Afghans victims of alien interests: Karzai

Http, July 29 -- Former President Hamid Karzai reacted to the United Nations' fresh report over civilian casualties, saying that the Afghan war was for the interests of aliens. "This is not the war of... Read More


Jubilee, Nasa money rows could go to court as fights intensify

Nairobi, July 28 -- Fights over finances in the Jubilee Party and the National Super Alliance (Nasa) have intensified, with disgruntled members threatening to seek legal redress. Deputy President Wil... Read More


Indian Activist Joins UN Chief's Youth Advisory Group On Climate Change

New Delhi, July 28 -- A climate activist from India has been named by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to his new advisory group comprising young leaders who will provide perspectives and solutio... Read More