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Monthly Archives: September, 2016

Chaman Border: Pakistan reopens southwestern border crossing with Afghanistan for routine traffic

Islamabad, Pakistan, September 1, 2016: Pakistan-Afghanistan will reopen a southwestern border crossing, for routine traffic on Thursday after days of closure, stranding thousands of...

Since 1992, 27 Indian journalists investigating corruption have been murdered, says Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) of New York

New Delhi, September 1, 2016: The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a non-profit organisation based in New York, stated that as many as 27 journalists have...

Thirty percent African elephants wiped out in 7 years between 2007 and 2014

New York, September 1, 2016: Elephant populations in Africans declined by as much as 30 percent between 2007 and 2014, the Result of a pan-African...

Earth was like Mars? Experts find fossils in Greenland dating back to 3.7 Billion Years

Stromatolites-fossilized communities of bacteria were supposedly found in south-west Greenland, these pre date fossils by 220 million years There can be staggering implications of this find,...

Power-Puff Girls: Asia’s First all-women Food Truck in Bengaluru brings people closer to Good Food

Bengaluru, September 1, 2016: "Nothing brings people closer than good food", says Archana Singh, a Bengaluru-based entrepreneur who has started a food truck in the city-...

Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) pulls out about 6,500 people from 40 ships off the coast of Libya en route to Europe

WASHINGTON, September 1, 2016: In what one rescuer called an “extraordinary day,” about 6,500 people on Monday were pulled from some 40 ships off the...

Why Islamists are crying over Burkini ban in France: Tarek Fatah explains

September 1, 2016: In a column published by Toronto Sun on August 30th, 2016, Tarek Fatah talks of how easily the liberals of the...

Islamic State Fighters fleeing Iraq leave Carnage behind causing major damage to local economies

- by Kawa Omar QAYYARAH, IRAQ/WASHINGTON, September 1, 2016: As Islamic State fighters are being routed from cities and towns across Syria and Iraq, they increasingly...

More than 5 million Almajiris begging on the streets of Nigeria: Activists Seek End to Child Begging ‘Culture’ in the country

MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA, September 1, 2016: More than 100 boys are sitting in the dirt off a secluded street in Maiduguri. Rocking back and forth, they...

Toy Train Stories: Darjeeling adds three more steam engines to its list of rides

Darjeeling adding three pairs of toy trains to compliment its Himalayan beauty  At present, only six pairs of the British-era steam engine are being...

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World Breastfeeding Week 2020: Support Breastfeeding for a Healthier Planet

By Bjorn Lomborg and Manorama Bakshi Breastfeeding is an essential factor in reducing child mortality, high level of wasting, stunting, underweight, high levels of anaemia...

PETA Urges Health Ministry to Stop Capture, Use of Monkeys

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have sent letters, co-signed by an expert primatologist, calling on the Ministry of Health and...