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Transforming Dominica’s front porch into a livable city

Urban livability takes into consideration the city in the mind versus the city on ground.  It is the relationship between city users and their urban surroundings.  A city should satisfy the physical and psychological needs and wants of its users... The pos
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Transforming Dominica’s front porch into a livable city

Urban livability takes into consideration the city in the mind versus the city on ground.  It is the relationship between city users and their urban surroundings.  A city should satisfy the physical and psychological needs and wants of its users... The post Transforming Dominica’s front porch into a livable city appeared first on Dominica News Online.

New Dubai committee for building permits launched

The decision authorises the committee to list, analyse, revise and develop procedures for providing services to the public through smart applications.
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New Dubai committee for building permits launched

The decision authorises the committee to list, analyse, revise and develop procedures for providing services to the public through smart applications.

GABON : La police met la main sur 10 jeunes braqueurs

Libreville, 8 juillet 2020 −Ce mercredi 8 juillet 2020 dans la matinée, une vidéo devenue virale sur les réseaux sociaux montre un groupe de dix(10) jeunes individus commettant des vols à l'arraché sur l'axe ancienne RTG –Rond-point de la Démocratie
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GABON : La police met la main sur 10 jeunes braqueurs

Libreville, 8 juillet 2020 −Ce mercredi 8 juillet 2020 dans la matinée, une vidéo devenue virale sur les réseaux sociaux montre un groupe de dix(10) jeunes individus commettant des vols à l'arraché sur l'axe ancienne RTG –Rond-point de la Démocratie. Alertés par une personne de bonne foi aux environs de 10 heures, des éléments de la Brigade Anti Criminalité et de la Brigade de Recherche et d'Intervention se sont immédiatement rendus sur les lieux. A l'approche des éléments des (...) - COMMUNIQUE / SUJET_ECRIT_MAISON

WHO Looks Into Possibility of Airborne Coronavirus Transmission

The WHO is investigating whether the coronavirus can be spread by suspended airborne droplets, in addition to those emitted by an infected person who coughs or sneezes.
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WHO Looks Into Possibility of Airborne Coronavirus Transmission

The WHO is investigating whether the coronavirus can be spread by suspended airborne droplets, in addition to those emitted by an infected person who coughs or sneezes.

Makkah governor maps tourism-sector growth for region

Thu, 2020-07-09 01:50 Makkah region’s great potential and natural diversity were key factors toward developing a flourishing tourism sector, its governor has claimed. Speaking during a video conference call with Saudi Minister of Tourism Ahmed Al-Khatib,
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Makkah governor maps tourism-sector growth for region

Thu, 2020-07-09 01:50 Makkah region’s great potential and natural diversity were key factors toward developing a flourishing tourism sector, its governor has claimed. Speaking during a video conference call with Saudi Minister of Tourism Ahmed Al-Khatib, Makkah Gov. Prince Khalid Al-Faisal discussed prospects to further open up the region as a visitor destination. Prince Khalid pointed out how the growth of tourism had helped to boost the economy of Asir region during his time as governor there and noted some of the challenges that had been successfully overcome, including local community opposition to the whole concept of tourism. “During the era of King Faisal, a Saudi-American committee was formed. It visited all of the Kingdom’s regions and was asked to build a national park. This project, which was the first of its kind in the Kingdom, came more than four decades ago and constituted the nucleus of the region’s tourism,” he said. “Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud adopted the recommendation presented by the forum held in Abha more than 20 years ago to establish a supreme commission for tourism and submitted it to the government,” Prince Khalid added. He then thanked Al-Khatib for ministry projects and initiatives being implemented in the region. Al-Khatib lauded the prince for his leading role in establishing the Kingdom’s tourism concept, and his constant support for regional tourist-related schemes. Prince Khalid was also briefed about ministry programs planned for the region’s provinces through the Saudi summer, titled “Breath.” The event will feature a range of activities in Jeddah, Taif, and King Abdullah Economic City and aims to highlight the Kingdom’s various tourist destinations and historic, natural, and cultural attractions.   Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaMakkahsaudi tourism Fahd Hamidaddin, CEO and board member of the Saudi Tourism AuthoritySaudi Tourism Ministry unveils new logo

Mazen Johar, CEO of KSA's Aircraft Accessories and Components Co.

Thu, 2020-07-09 01:57 Mazen Johar was recently appointed CEO of Aircraft Accessories and Components Co. (AACC), a subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI). The board of directors wished Johar success in his new role, and said they hope that h
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Mazen Johar, CEO of KSA's Aircraft Accessories and Components Co.

Thu, 2020-07-09 01:57 Mazen Johar was recently appointed CEO of Aircraft Accessories and Components Co. (AACC), a subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI). The board of directors wished Johar success in his new role, and said they hope that he will ensure the success of AACC’s next phase of development, and help achieve the company’s strategic goals, thereby enabling it to play an active role in meeting the aspirations of Saudi Arabia. Johar began overseeing the company’s operations from July 6, taking over from Dr. Mansour Bineid who had been CEO since March 2016. Johar has more than 20 years experience of executive leadership and his expertise includes budget management, strategic planning, transportation, logistics, project management, and more. In addition to his new role, he has been a deputy minister for industrial services at the Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources since July 2019 and has served as executive director and CEO of Nova Water, COO of ground handling at Saudia Cargo, and vice president of commercial and support services at Basic Chemical Industry. He has also held several leadership positions at Procter & Gamble, having spent almost 18 years working for that company in countries including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey. Johar holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran. He also obtained an Executive MBA from the University of Nottingham in England and attended a global business course at Harvard Business School in the US. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Who's Who Amal Omar Al-Katheiri, executive manager of local initiatives at Alwaleed PhilanthropiesDr. Hisham Al-Haidari, executive head of the Authority for the Care of Persons with Disabilities

Empowerment and inclusion of Saudi women ‘essential for economic growth’

Author: Thu, 2020-07-09 02:17 JEDDAH: The empowerment and economic inclusion of Saudi women are necessary steps for the creation of a more productive society that supports improved economic growth. This was the conclusion of a discussion on Wednesday ho
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Empowerment and inclusion of Saudi women ‘essential for economic growth’

Author: Thu, 2020-07-09 02:17 JEDDAH: The empowerment and economic inclusion of Saudi women are necessary steps for the creation of a more productive society that supports improved economic growth. This was the conclusion of a discussion on Wednesday hosted by the G20’s women’s engagement group, W20. The virtual meeting of the group, which is organized and presided over by Saudi non-profit Al-Nahda Philanthropic Society for Women, concluded the national dialogues on Saudi women’s economic participation. The panelists presented and discussed a number of recommendations for government entities designed to facilitate the professional development and empowerment of women in the economy, technology and entrepreneurship. “These dialogues highlighted the Kingdom’s efforts to empower women economically, and what was (previously) discussed in (a) closed session on Tuesday confirms that we still have a lot of work to do,” said Princess Moudi Bint Khalid, chair of Al-Nahda Society’s board of directors. “We hope that these sessions will have a significant impact on the development of policies and programs aimed at empowering women, and activate monitoring and follow-up systems.” The recommendations focused on four areas: financial inclusion, digital inclusion, labor inclusion and inclusive decision-making, with women’s entrepreneurship a common thread running through them all. The participants highlighted the crucial importance of financial inclusion as a key driver of financial independence and capacity building for women, which builds confidence and effective participation in their country’s economy. “The current crisis has raised awareness of the need to improve production and increase productivity to a higher level, meaning (there is) a crucial need to involve women more in the market,” said Saudi entrepreneur Lateefa Al-Walan. She presented the group’s initial recommendations for the empowerment of women in the field of entrepreneurship, which included: offering support through the increased inclusion of women in professional groups, societies and networks; more training in financial literacy and investment; and the establishment of a minimum quota for the number of places for women on organization’s governing boards. “Entrepreneurship is the largest sustainable resource for any country, and especially so during the current crisis,” said Al-Walan. “Growing businesses also help in diversifying sources of income and raising domestic product. By supporting them, we enable the country’s biggest goals relating to the empowerment of the private sector.” She added that sustained high-level engagement by, and commitment of, women are essential to challenging the stereotypes about their abilities. Most of panelists agreed that social behaviors and legal restrictions are among the greatest obstacles to the advancement and empowerment of women in Saudi Arabia. While many of the legal obstacles are being removed as a result of the ongoing reforms in the Kingdom, it can be more difficult and take longer to alter deep-rooted social behavior and challenge stereotypes. “Changing women’s perceptions about themselves is essential for success in entrepreneurship because working in this field is risky and needs courage and confidence,” added Al-Walan. Shahd Attar, executive director of the technology and communications department at the Ministry of Investment presented recommendations for digital inclusion. She stressed the necessity of considering the needs of all sections of society when designing and creating technical tools, so that the final product does not have any in-built bias. “Our main recommendation is to promote the equal participation of women in the design and development of technology, and that they must be at the heart of the creation of the technical solution and not only as consumers of technology,” Attar said. She agreed with Al-Walan that stereotypes can create uncertainty or lack of confidence in women about pursuing a career or developing their abilities in technical fields. Mounirah Al-Qahtani, a public policy consultant at Saudi Aramco, said that changes to the law are the main driver of social change. She presented recommendations designed to improve the inclusion of women in the workforce. These mainly focused on the removal of discriminatory, gender-based labor laws and the promotion of equal rights for women and men, including paternity leave and improved child care services, to increase the sense or responsibility among Saudi families. Salma Al-Rashed, director of Al-Nahda Society’s development program, said the organization will work with governmental institutions to encourage the adoption of W20 recommendations. Saudi Arabia holds the presidency of the G20 this year and the group’s annual summit is due to be held in Riyadh in November. The W20 if one of several independent engagement groups, led by organizations from the host country, that focus on different sections and sectors of society and develop policy recommendations for consideration by G20 leaders. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi womenSaudi women empowermentG20 Saudi street style book ‘Under the Abaya’ celebrates women’s empowermentHow Saudi women’s organizations have risen to the coronavirus challenge

Arab coalition cleared of rights violations in Yemen

Author: Thu, 2020-07-09 02:24 RIYADH: The Joint Incidents Assessment Team (JIAT) of the Arab coalition for Yemen has investigated four cases that were reported in the media. It found that the rules of engagement had been followed by the coalition for Ye
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Arab coalition cleared of rights violations in Yemen

Author: Thu, 2020-07-09 02:24 RIYADH: The Joint Incidents Assessment Team (JIAT) of the Arab coalition for Yemen has investigated four cases that were reported in the media. It found that the rules of engagement had been followed by the coalition for Yemen in each case. The JIAT reiterated its commitment of transparency while presenting its findings in the submitted cases, and it revealed details in a professional and fact-based way. Addressing a press conference in Riyadh on Wednesday, JIAT spokesman Mansour Al-Mansour said: “In one case, it was claimed that a military vehicle of the Houthi militia was targeted in front of a restaurant in Zabid, Hodeidah governorate, on Jan. 3, 2018.” He said the JIAT investigated the incident and reviewed all documents, including procedures and rules of engagement, daily mission schedule, after-mission report, satellite images, provisions and the principles of International humanitarian law and its customary rules, as well as an assessment of evidence. It found that on the alleged date, the coalition forces did not carry out any aerial missions in Zabid, and that the nearest military target that was hit by the coalition on the date of the claim was in Al-Khokhah directorate, about 41 km away from Zabid. Referring to another case, he said it was claimed that coalition forces had targeted the Mothalath Ahim market in Hajjah governorate on July 4, 2015. FOURCASES • In one case, it was claimed that a military vehicle of the Houthi militia was targeted in front of a restaurant in Zabid, Hodeidah governorate, on Jan. 3, 2018. • In second case, it was claimed that coalition forces had targeted the Mothalath Ahim market in Hajjah governorate on July 4, 2015. • In third case, it was claimed that the coalition forces had targeted a house in Talan, Kushar, directorate of Hajjah governorate on March 10, 2019. • In fourth case, it was claimed that a house was targeted in Midi directorate of (Hajjah) governorate on April 22, 2018. The JIAT investigated the incident and found that Mothalath Ahim, which is 16 km from the international borders of Saudi Arabia, was at the time of the military operation under the control of the Houthi armed militia and the former president’s forces. Intelligence reports confirmed the discovery of a ballistic missile inside a hangar in a semi-isolated location. There were gatherings of Houthi armed militia and the former president’s forces, and military vehicles at Mothalath Ahim, which was considered a legitimate military target, based on Article 52, Paragraph 2 of the First Additional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions. Moreover, the coalition forces took all feasible precautions by studying and defining the target’s environment, using a guided bomb that was commensurate with the target, and minimizing collateral damage while achieving the desired military advantage of the military based on Rule No. 17 of the customary international humanitarian law. In another case it was claimed that the coalition forces had targeted a house in Talan, Kushar, directorate of Hajjah governorate on March 10, 2019. Al-Mansour said the coalition forces units had detected through reconnaissance a vehicle carrying Houthi armed militia fighters. It was confirmed by ground elements that the fighters got out of that vehicle and entered a building in Jabal Talan, which was considered to be a legitimate military target. In fourth case, it was claimed that a house was targeted in Midi directorate of (Hajjah) governorate on April 22, 2018. The JIAT investigated the incident and found that the coalition forces observed gatherings of Houthi militias and a ballistic missile launcher in the area of operations concealed in an isolated area. The coalition forces therefore carried out an air mission against these two targets. The JIAT found that coalition forces had not targeted a civilian house in Midi directorate as alleged. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabia No evidence found that Arab coalition forces in Yemen attacked fishing boatInvestigators reject claims that Arab Coalition forces in Yemen bombed market in Saada

Pregnant women in Saudi Arabia warned to take special care during pandemic

Thu, 2020-07-09 02:34 JEDDAH: Pregnant women have been told to take special care in following precautionary measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Saudi Ministry of Health has cautioned, as they are thought to be particularly at risk from complicatio
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Pregnant women in Saudi Arabia warned to take special care during pandemic

Thu, 2020-07-09 02:34 JEDDAH: Pregnant women have been told to take special care in following precautionary measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Saudi Ministry of Health has cautioned, as they are thought to be particularly at risk from complications. The ministry’s recommendations come as many have expressed concerns about the impact of the infection on their health. The ministry has reiterated the importance of practicing hand hygiene, maintaining social distancing to limit the spread of the virus and wearing a mask in public at all times, especially in areas where it's hard to observe social distancing. The ministry announced a total of 3,036 new cases of in the Kingdom on Wednesday, bringing to 220,144 the number of people in Saudi Arabia have now contracted the disease. There were 60,035 active cases, 2,263 of them critical. 37 percent of the newly announced cases are female, 63 percent are male. Of those infected, 86 percent were adults of working age, 5 percent were over 65 and 9 percent were children. 3,211 new recovered cases have been announced, taking the total number of recoveries to 158,050, while 42 new deaths were reported, raising the death toll to 2,059. The ministry urges everyone to use the self-assessment service in the “Mawid” application or to visit Tataman clinics that have been set up by the ministry for those who feel they are displaying COVID-19 symptoms; there are 237 such clinics. It also recommends calling 937, its central operator, for consultations and inquiries around the clock. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaCoronavirus Saudi Arabia spends more than $57 billion on coronavirus stimulusSaudi Arabia records 42 more deaths from COVID-19

Bristolian Somalis send Covid-19 money to Somaliland

A community in Bristol has raised money to help family and friends in the self-declared republic of Somaliland cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Bristolian Somalis send Covid-19 money to Somaliland

A community in Bristol has raised money to help family and friends in the self-declared republic of Somaliland cope with the coronavirus pandemic.

Jawar Mohammed: The Ethiopian media mogul taking on Abiy Ahmed

Having previously warned that Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed risked turning into an «illegitimate» ruler, Jawar Mohammed, 34, has now become the most high-profile opposition politician to be detained since the Nobel Peace laureate took offic
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Jawar Mohammed: The Ethiopian media mogul taking on Abiy Ahmed

Having previously warned that Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed risked turning into an «illegitimate» ruler, Jawar Mohammed, 34, has now become the most high-profile opposition politician to be detained since the Nobel Peace laureate took office in April 2018.

Princeton University faculty seek to establish racial thought police & punish insufficiently diverse disciplines

Professors at prestigious Princeton University have assailed the school for its alleged “anti-Black racism,” issuing a lengthy list of demands including bribing departments to hire minorities (and punishing those that don’t). Read Full Article at RT.com
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Princeton University faculty seek to establish racial thought police & punish insufficiently diverse disciplines

Professors at prestigious Princeton University have assailed the school for its alleged “anti-Black racism,” issuing a lengthy list of demands including bribing departments to hire minorities (and punishing those that don’t). Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Pull up your pants & finish school’: Would CNN's Don Lemon cancel himself over shockingly unwoke 2013 tips to black community?

A vintage clip of CNN anchor Don Lemon telling black people to act civilized and disregard “street culture” has the woke pundit’s detractors’ jaws on the floor, wondering what happened to him over the intervening seven years. Read Full Article at RT.c
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‘Pull up your pants & finish school’: Would CNN's Don Lemon cancel himself over shockingly unwoke 2013 tips to black community?

A vintage clip of CNN anchor Don Lemon telling black people to act civilized and disregard “street culture” has the woke pundit’s detractors’ jaws on the floor, wondering what happened to him over the intervening seven years. Read Full Article at RT.com

Singapore clinches 3 of top 5 South-east Asia deals despite Covid-19 slowdown

SINGAPORE - Singapore clinched three of the top five private equity and venture capital deals struck in the region in the first quarter amid markedly slower economic activity across South-east Asia due to the pandemic. There were 141 such deals worth US$1.4
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Singapore clinches 3 of top 5 South-east Asia deals despite Covid-19 slowdown

SINGAPORE - Singapore clinched three of the top five private equity and venture capital deals struck in the region in the first quarter amid markedly slower economic activity across South-east Asia due to the pandemic. There were 141 such deals worth US$1.4 billion (S$1.95 billion) in the region in the three months to March 31, Ernst & Young noted on Wednesday (July 8). This was 9 per cent down in terms of deal numbers and 65 per cent lower in value compared with the same period last year. Exit activity - the resale of acquired assets - remained largely muted. The report also found that the cash in hand for potential buyouts had reached record levels of US$439 billion by mid-May. The biggest first-quarter deal in the region was the US$706 million investment by Krungsri Finnovate and MUFG Innovation Partners in the Singapore-based ride-hailing software company Grab Holdings. The other two Singapore deals that made the top five were the US$75 million investment in eCommerce company ShopBack and the US$37 million in solar energy firm Sunseap Group by separate consortiums, both including Temasek Holdings.

Number of HDB resale flats sold in June almost 7 times more than in May

SINGAPORE - Almost seven times as many Housing Board resale flats were sold in June compared with May, according to flash data released by real estate portal SRX Property on Thursday (July 9). Estimates showed that about 2,450 HDB resale flats were sold in J
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Number of HDB resale flats sold in June almost 7 times more than in May

SINGAPORE - Almost seven times as many Housing Board resale flats were sold in June compared with May, according to flash data released by real estate portal SRX Property on Thursday (July 9). Estimates showed that about 2,450 HDB resale flats were sold in June, up from 364 the month before. The surge in sales was likely due to the end of Singapore's circuit breaker period, said industry analysts. ERA Realty's head of research and consultancy Nicholas Mak said: «Pent-up demand accumulated in the eight-week circuit breaker had driven HDB resale transaction volume in June 2020 to be 6.7 times over the volume in the preceding month. »During the circuit breaker period, potential home buyers and property agents were not allowed to visit and view any properties offered for sale. When buyers were allowed to view properties in June, the result was a sharp increase in transactions of HDB resale flats.« He added that the resale volume in June was also the highest monthly volume since July 2018, when 2,553 units were transacted. »It was as if the HDB resale market was on steroids in June," said Mr Mak.

Former national football player Hafiz Rahim, 36, dies after motorcycle accident

SINGAPORE - The grey skies and gloomy weather on Thursday morning (July 9) reflected the sombre mood of many in the local football fraternity, who learnt of the passing of «one of the nicest guys» in the local game. Former national player Hafiz R
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Former national football player Hafiz Rahim, 36, dies after motorcycle accident

SINGAPORE - The grey skies and gloomy weather on Thursday morning (July 9) reflected the sombre mood of many in the local football fraternity, who learnt of the passing of «one of the nicest guys» in the local game. Former national player Hafiz Rahim died after he was involved in a traffic accident in Tampines. He was 36 and had been on his motorbike at the time of the tragedy. National goalkeeper Hassan Sunny, who played alongside Hafiz in the national Under-18 team and at S-League (now known as the Singapore Premier League) clubs Geylang United and Warriors FC, said his former teammate always had a sunny disposition and «was always bubbly». «He was like a brother to me,» said Hassan, who now plays for the Lion City Sailors. «When we were young, we used to have sleepovers at my place and my mum would cook up a feast… So when I received the news, I broke down immediately. »I saw him just last week at (futsal facility) Rainforest when I trained but because of the safety protocols (due to Covid-19), we did not get to talk to talk to each other, but we managed to wave at one another."

Russia to make necessary steps over US withdrawal from Open Skies Treaty — ambassador

Antonov said that by quitting the treaty, the United States demonstrated the lack of political will to search for mutually acceptable solutions
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Russia to make necessary steps over US withdrawal from Open Skies Treaty — ambassador

Antonov said that by quitting the treaty, the United States demonstrated the lack of political will to search for mutually acceptable solutions

How the US seeks to protect children's privacy online

TikTok is under investigation for allegedly violating a settlement reached with U.S. authorities last year that resolved charges the popular app broke rules governing how children's personal information is treated online.
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How the US seeks to protect children's privacy online

TikTok is under investigation for allegedly violating a settlement reached with U.S. authorities last year that resolved charges the popular app broke rules governing how children's personal information is treated online.

Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against Covid-19 to be initiated in India, US

In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities betwe
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Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against Covid-19 to be initiated in India, US

In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities between the two countries together in the fight against Covid-19.

Is this the India of our dreams: Rahul Gandhi on sexual exploitation of girls in UP's Chitrakoot

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the government on Thursday over a media report on sexual exploitation of minor girls in the mines of Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot, asking «is this the India of our dreams»?
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Is this the India of our dreams: Rahul Gandhi on sexual exploitation of girls in UP's Chitrakoot

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the government on Thursday over a media report on sexual exploitation of minor girls in the mines of Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot, asking «is this the India of our dreams»?

La pointe Vénus se refait une beauté

Les jardins de la pointe Vénus sont actuellement en travaux de réaménagement avec notamment une verdure et un gazon naturels. Des toilettes et un nouveau pont pour accession de véhicule d'urgence seront aussi réalisés. Les chantiers devraient durer un
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La pointe Vénus se refait une beauté

Les jardins de la pointe Vénus sont actuellement en travaux de réaménagement avec notamment une verdure et un gazon naturels. Des toilettes et un nouveau pont pour accession de véhicule d'urgence seront aussi réalisés. Les chantiers devraient durer un peu plus d'un mois. 

Les artisans à l'honneur au village du Tiurai

Pour soutenir les artisans, le Pays organise un village du Tiurai à la Maison de la Culture. Le village du Tiurai a été inauguré, ce mercredi 8 juillet, par le ministre de la Culture, Heremoana Maamaatuaiahutapu, et des personnalités de la commune de Pap
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Les artisans à l'honneur au village du Tiurai

Pour soutenir les artisans, le Pays organise un village du Tiurai à la Maison de la Culture. Le village du Tiurai a été inauguré, ce mercredi 8 juillet, par le ministre de la Culture, Heremoana Maamaatuaiahutapu, et des personnalités de la commune de Papeete. Un orero a ouvert l'inauguration.

Pas de reprise de vols avec la Nouvelle-Zélande avant octobre

C'est ce que vient d'annoncer la compagnie Air New Zealand, ce mercredi 8 juillet. La compagnie a en effet expliqué que les vols entre Tahiti et Auckland sont suspendus jusqu’au 24 octobre 2020.
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Pas de reprise de vols avec la Nouvelle-Zélande avant octobre

C'est ce que vient d'annoncer la compagnie Air New Zealand, ce mercredi 8 juillet. La compagnie a en effet expliqué que les vols entre Tahiti et Auckland sont suspendus jusqu’au 24 octobre 2020.

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