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Farmers Trained on management of horticultural crops in Tuensang

  Dimapur, August 5 (MExN): The Central Institute of Horticulture (CIH), Medziphema, Nagaland in collaboration with A.H. Agri & Allied Cooperative Society conducted farmers training at Helipong, Ngangpong and Tuensang ‘C’ khel village under Tuensang district from July 31 –August…

Entrepreneurship Club’s ‘Skill Development Programme’ held in KROS College Kohima

Entrepreneurship Club’s ‘Skill Development Programme’ held in KROS College Kohima

    Dimapur, August 5 (MExN): The Entrepreneurship Club, Kros College Kohima organised a skill development program under the theme, “Learning from Doing” on August 5.   With the objective to foster creativity, innovation and entrepreneurial culture in the College,…

ATMA, Chumukedima conducts training, demo

ATMA, Chumukedima conducts training, demo

    Dimapur, August 5 (MExN): A training-cum-demonstration programme on poultry and vermicompost was organised by ATMA, Chumukedima block under Dimapur District on August 4 at Model village, Chumukedima. The programme was held with a view to create employment opportunity,…

Asia security forum to push social media use to counter extremism

  MANILA, August 5 (Reuters): More than two dozen Asian countries will agree to utilize social media to counter the spread of violent extremism in the region, according to a draft statement being prepared ahead of a top security gathering…

Rwanda leader wins 3rd term in vote he called ‘a formality’

  KIGALI, August 5 (AP): Rwanda’s longtime President Paul Kagame has easily won a third term in office in what he had called “a formality.” He faces another seven years leading the small East African nation praised for its economic…

Southeast Asian states say Korea standoff threatens ‘global peace’

Southeast Asian states say Korea standoff threatens ‘global peace’

    MANILA, August 5 (Reuters): Southeast Asian foreign ministers expressed grave concern on Saturday about rising tensions on the Korean peninsula stemming from long-range missile tests by North Korea that “seriously threaten” global peace and security.   Taking a…

350 million in Europe at risk of extreme weather: Study

  London, August 5 (IANS): Two out of three people living in Europe will be affected by heat waves, coastal floods and other weather-related disasters, largely due to global warming and climate change by the end of the century, a…

‘WannaCrypt’ hero to pay $30,000 for bail & faces 40 yrs in prison

  San Francisco, August 5 (IANS): The 23-year-old British cyber security expert who was arrested in the US on charges of banking malware fraud has been granted bail under conditions that he pay $30,000 and not leave the country.  …

Decoded: what caused Neanderthals to die out

  London, August 5 (IANS): Early modern humans and Neanderthals shared a similar diet — consisting mainly of mammoth and plants — and also competed for food which led to their downfall, new research has claimed.   “According to our…

50 militants killed in Afghan airstrike

    Kabul, August 5 (IANS): At least 50 Taliban militants were killed and three wounded in an airstrike on a militants’ hideout in Afghanistan’s Khost province, a local official said on Saturday.   “The strike was conducted in a…

Eating chocolate may provide relief from bowel disease

  New York, August 5 (IANS): Consuming protein rich foods such as nuts, eggs, seeds, beans, poultry, yogurt, cheese and even chocolates may foster a more tolerant and less inflammatory gut environment, which could mean relief for people living with…

US submits formal notice to UN on withdrawal from Paris climate pact

  WASHINGTON, August 5 (Reuters): The U.S. State Department has officially informed the United Nations it will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement in a document issued on Friday, but left the door open to re-engaging if the terms improved…

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