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More Focus on Colon Cancer By Ghanaian Experts

Cancer experts in Ghana lament that little attention is paid to screening for colorectal cancer, leading to a high death rate for the disease,...

Deforestation Rate In 2019 The Third-Largest in This Century

WASHINGTON - A soccer field every 6 seconds. That's the rate at which the world lost mature tropical forests last year, according to new data...

Innovation and Startup Culture Thriving in Ghana

ACCRA - Ghana is regarded as a West African hub of invention, with growing numbers of young people looking at local solutions to local...

Uncontrolled Illegal Activities Threaten Ghana’s Fishing Sector

On a beach in Ghana's capital, Accra, fishermen from the Nungua community are waiting for the vibrantly painted canoes to return from sea with...

Ghana Preparing for it’s First Digital Population, Housing Census

 In Accra's district of Old Fadama, the largest slum in Ghana's capital, a government official interrupts a group of men playing cards. The official...

Ghana Grooving Surface of Illegal Gold Mining

Only the chirping of birds and insects break the silence at a gold mining site in the Eastern Region of Ghana, right at the...

Drones in Ghana Makes On-Demand Medical Emergency Deliveries

At New Tafo Hospital, health care workers watch the sky, listening for a distinct buzzing noise they have grown used to in the past...

Jerry Rawlings Troubled at High Population Rate

Lead: According to news now Ghana, there is a huge possibility of problems related to national security arising if there is no control over...

Ghanaian ‘Superhero’ Awarded for Work to End ‘Spirit Child’ Killings

When Angela was born without lower legs, her father believed she was an evil spirit and should be taken to a "concoction man" —...

Bhai Boolchand-the Indian who launched trade with Ghana

Bhai Boolchand, the anonymous Indian, is credited with starting trade between Ghana and India The year was 1890. Not much is known about him,...

Women Living in Countries with Gender Equality have better Cognitive Test Scores: Study

The findings indicate women's cognitive functioning past middle age can get affected with the degree of gender equality in the country in which they...

Indian Government helping to Develop Homeopathic Education and Treatment in Ghana

Accra, July 20, 2017: The Indian government is partnering with a Ghanaian company to build capacity of the country's professionals in providing homeopathic education...

Ghana hosts Indian Film Festival to motivate Ghanaian filmmakers

Accra, Ghana: A film festival in Accra has made Ghanaian filmmakers optimistic of possible collaborations with their Indian counterparts to learn from their experiences,...

Lady behind the most successful Indian restaurant in Ghana

Accra, Ghana: Surinder Kaur Cheema came to Accra four decades ago from her native Baroda in India's Gujarat state to support her businessman husband....

Indian-origin woman restaurateur garnering huge success in Ghana

Accra: Surinder Kaur Cheema came to Accra four decades ago from her native Baroda in India's Gujarat state to support her businessman husband. Today,...

Kwame Appiah: Honour ended slavery but produced killings in its name

Ghanaian philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah says, honour differs from morality in not being essentially good or bad but can create a sense of shame...

West African market to be tapped by Indian pharma companies

Accra: The two-day IPHEX Africa trade exhibition in the Nigerian commercial capital of Lagos will witness the arrival of a 70-member team from India, looking for...

DPS Ghana pips 50 schools to top Cambridge IGCSE exams

Accra: The Delhi Public School Ghana left behind around 50 schools to top two levels of the 2015 Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)...

Ghana inspired by India’s success with diaspora

Accra: Mahama Ayariga, Minister of Environment and Science and Technology said Ghana wants to learn from India's experience in harnessing the power of the diaspora. At...

Honor Killers know their action is shameful

Jaipur: The British-born Ghanaian philosopher, cultural, political and moral theorist Kwame Anthony Appiah asserted that phenomenon like "honor killings" are resorted by those who...

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