Uttarakhand DM’s Award-Winning Initiative Connects Citizens to 20+ Health Schemes!

The picturesque Tehri Garhwal district is situated in the hill state of Uttarakhand. With a population of just over six lakhs spread across 4,080 square km, this hilly region is marked by small and scattered rural settlements. Given the constraints of terrain and topography, access to basic public healthcare services remains a challenge because of … Continue reading “Uttarakhand DM’s Award-Winning Initiative Connects Citizens to 20+ Health Schemes!”

Trois destins, une histoire

En salles dès le 10 avril 2019, « Les 3M, histoire inachevé », une œuvre cinématographique admirable signé Saâd Chraïbi, retrace l’histoire de trois enfants nés à Casablanca le même jour, dans le même quartier et de confession différente, puisque Moïse est juif, Mathieu est Chrétien et Malika est Musulmane. Tous nés à Casablanca le … Continue reading “Trois destins, une histoire”

M’hamid El Ghizlane danse avec les nomades

M’hamid El Ghizlane, porte du désert du Sudest du Royaume, s’apprête à abriter la 16è édition du Festival international des nomades, un événement culturel annuel dédié aux passionnés du patrimoine nomade et à l’échange interculturel, le tout mis au service du développement et du rayonnement international de toute une région. Cette édition encore, les organisateurs … Continue reading “M’hamid El Ghizlane danse avec les nomades”

The Globalization of War. America’s “Long War” against Humanity

America’s hegemonic project in the post 9/11 era is the “Globalization of War” whereby the U.S.-NATO military machine –coupled with covert intelligence operations, economic sanctions and the thrust of “regime change”— is deployed in all major regions of the world. The post The Globalization of War. America’s “Long War” against Humanity appeared first on Global … Continue reading “The Globalization of War. America’s “Long War” against Humanity”

Ex UK PM, Tony Blair Meets Nigeria’s VP Osinbajo at Aso Villa

London, April 5, 2019 (AltAfrica)-Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo and a former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair on Friday had a private meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. There was, however, no interview after the duo emerged from the meeting. Blair served as Prime Minister of the UK from 1997 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour … Continue reading “Ex UK PM, Tony Blair Meets Nigeria’s VP Osinbajo at Aso Villa”

Ignore rumours of impending fuel scarcity, 55 depots stocked with petrol nationwide-NNPC

London, April 5, 2019 (AltAfrica)-The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) says there is nothing like impending fuel scarcity saying there is enough petroleum products stocked in 55 fuel depots across the country. In a press release on Friday in Abuja, the NNPC spokesperson, Ndu Ughamadu, advised motorists and other petroleum products consumers not to engage … Continue reading “Ignore rumours of impending fuel scarcity, 55 depots stocked with petrol nationwide-NNPC”

Un « lobby militaro-africaniste »

Le génocide d’avril 1994 au Rwanda, puis la dramatique migration de réfugiés vers l’étranger, et enfin la problématique reconstruction du pays ne cessent de susciter témoignages, enquêtes ou essais. C’est à ce dernier genre qu’appartient l’ouvrage de François-Xavier Verschave, Complicité de génocide ?, (…) / Rwanda, Génocide – 1995/03

NEC Announces 24 MW of New Energy Storage Projects in China

Apr 05, 2019 Company’s global expansion now reaches more than 750MW April 05, 2019 01:00 AM Hong Kong Time – WESTBOROUGH, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NEC Energy Solutions (NEC ES), through its exclusive distributor in China, Puxing Energy, continues to increase its market penetration with the commissioning of two 9MW projects for Ray Power. The energy storage systems, … Continue reading “NEC Announces 24 MW of New Energy Storage Projects in China”

Original Stitch Expands Pokémon Shirts, for Both Men and Women, to Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong!

Apr 05, 2019 Original Stitch is expanding its line of Pokémon Shirts from Japan to online shoppers in Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Available for both men and women in three styles and six different sizes; Hawaiian, Casual and Dress, XS-XXL. Design your Pokémon Shirts now! April 05, 2019 01:25 AM Hong Kong Time – … Continue reading “Original Stitch Expands Pokémon Shirts, for Both Men and Women, to Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong!”

iQor Philippines Recognized for Its Commitment to Innovation and Job Creation

Apr 05, 2019 Tech-enabled BPO strengthens its presence in the Philippines as a finalist for Most Innovative Company and Best Company Outside NCR at International ICT Awards April 05, 2019 03:54 AM Hong Kong Time – ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–iQor, a managed services provider of customer engagement and technology-enabled BPO solutions, announced today that it … Continue reading “iQor Philippines Recognized for Its Commitment to Innovation and Job Creation”

Daily Associated news will host an exhibition of Park Soo-Bok, a notable performing artist in the world

Apr 05, 2019 SEOUL, South Korea, April 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Daily Associated News will host an exhibition of Park Soo-Bok, a notable performing artist in the world, at the National Assembly Hall on April 18-19, 2019. This exhibition will be held in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Korean Independence Movement, 3.1 Movement. … Continue reading “Daily Associated news will host an exhibition of Park Soo-Bok, a notable performing artist in the world”

OSCE – En un an, 70 personnes ont été victimes des mines dans le Donbass

Hier, 4 avril 2019, à l’occasion de la journée internationale de la sensibilisation au problème des mines et de l’assistance à la lutte anti-mines, l’OSCE a fait un bilan des pertes humaines dans le Donbass dues à ces engins explosifs. C’est le nouveau chef de la mission de surveillance de l’OSCE en Ukraine, Ertugrul Apakan, … Continue reading “OSCE – En un an, 70 personnes ont été victimes des mines dans le Donbass”

Le destin du ministre de l’Education nationale atteint Blanquer

Le destin d’un ministre de l’Education nationale suit un déroulement implacable. La régularité de cette trajectoire devrait nous informer mais nous redécouvrons à chaque fois des raisons singulières, conjoncturelles, dans l’opposition de la profession à l’action du ministre. Le seul moyen pour lui d’y échapper est de ne rien faire d’autre que de régler les … Continue reading “Le destin du ministre de l’Education nationale atteint Blanquer”

Selon Castaner le LBD est «une arme de défense nécessaire»

Interrogé par RT France ce 5 avril ministre de l’Intérieur, Christophe Castaner, a commenté l’usage controversé des lanceurs de balles de défense (LBD). Elles sont d’après lui une arme nécessaire utilisée dans un cadre spécifique. Pour se justifier, il avance le fait que sans cette arme, les forces de l’ordre devraient faire usage de la «force … Continue reading “Selon Castaner le LBD est «une arme de défense nécessaire»”

Tariq Ramadan, lycée Averroès : comment le Qatar finance l’islam de France

Les investissements massifs réalisés par le Qatar depuis quelques années sur le sol français ne concernent pas seulement le football ou les entreprises du secteur du luxe et de l’hôtellerie. Dans leur nouveau livre Qatar Papers (Michel Lafon), les journalistes Christian Chesnot et Georges Malbrunot ont eu accès aux comptes de l’ONG Qatar Foundation – liée … Continue reading “Tariq Ramadan, lycée Averroès : comment le Qatar finance l’islam de France”

Migrants : Castaner admet que «les ONG ont pu se faire complices des passeurs»

Tout en assurant que «les ONG jouent un rôle essentiel pour apporter de l’aide aux migrants», le ministre de l’Intérieur Christophe Castaner a dénoncé le 5 avril «une réelle collusion» ayant pu se produire avec les passeurs dans certains cas, lors de la conférence de presse finale des ministres de l’Intérieur du G7 à Paris. «On … Continue reading “Migrants : Castaner admet que «les ONG ont pu se faire complices des passeurs»”

Paramount Executive Snaps Up Script That Begins With Studio Logo Fading Into Establishing Shot Of Actual Mountain

LOS ANGELES—Calling its musical cue of “Paramount trumpet theme” a perfect choice, Paramount Pictures executive Michael Ryan quickly snapped up a script Friday that began with a series of animated stars swooping through the clouds before joining the studio’s logo and fading into an establishing shot of an actual…Read more…

New ‘Game Of Thrones’ Trailer Provides Sneak Peek At Show’s Climactic All-Cast Dance Number

NEW YORK—Tantalizing fans with glimpses of Dothraki and Northmen joining together to can-can across Westeros, a new trailer for the final Game Of Thrones season provided a sneak peek Friday at the show’s climactic 25-minute all-cast dance number. “This, obviously, is what the series has been building toward since…Read more…

Trump’s Rhetoric Echoes Nazi Germany, Beto O’Rourke Says, Accurately

President Donald Trump’s defenders professed outrage on Friday at comments from Beto O’Rourke, a Democratic presidential candidate, who accurately observed that the president’s rhetoric on immigrants would not have been out of place in Nazi Germany. Speaking at two campaign events in Iowa, O’Rourke said that Trump’s policy of separating the children of asylum-seekers from their … Continue reading “Trump’s Rhetoric Echoes Nazi Germany, Beto O’Rourke Says, Accurately”

Florida Is Poised to Create an Anti-“Trafficking” Registry That Will Inevitably Hurt Sex Workers

Activist groups led by people who trade sex, forming the coalition Decrim NY, gather in in Foley Square on Feb. 25, 2019. Photo: Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images For many years, sex workers in the U.S. struggled in relative obscurity to secure basic rights and protections. Now, the campaign to decriminalize sex work is … Continue reading “Florida Is Poised to Create an Anti-“Trafficking” Registry That Will Inevitably Hurt Sex Workers”

Trump Pushes a New Pipeline Permit as Floods Devastate Native American Tribes

Three weeks after the flooding began on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, families still remain isolated, trapped in their homes by water and mud, even as the water has begun to subside. On South Dakota’s nine Indian reservations, spring is gumbo season — when sticky, gummy, clay mud is exposed after the snow … Continue reading “Trump Pushes a New Pipeline Permit as Floods Devastate Native American Tribes”

The Story of Esther and Netanyahu’s Attack on Iranian History

by Sina Toossi Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently declared that he believes it is “possible” that President Trump was sent by God to protect the Jewish people from Iranians. Pompeo’s remarks came during an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, after he was asked if “President Trump right now has been sort of raised for such … Continue reading “The Story of Esther and Netanyahu’s Attack on Iranian History”

Who’s Meshuga? Arnold Schwarzenegger and Viktor Orbán – best buddies

Last December in the Polish city of Katowice, Arnold Schwarzenegger gave a brief speech about climate change. In his speech Arnold called President Trump meshuga. The Yiddish word means crazy and the audience responded with applause. Arnold grew up in Graz, Austria as a son of a one-time Nazi party-member policeman. I don’t think that … Continue reading “Who’s Meshuga? Arnold Schwarzenegger and Viktor Orbán – best buddies”

How Trump’s Call for More Military Spending by NATO Countries Benefits U.S. Weapons Manufacturers

As President Donald Trump pushes for more defense spending from NATO countries, we speak with Joe Cirincione, president of the Ploughshares Fund, about how Trump’s foreign policy benefits weapons manufacturers. During an Oval Office meeting Tuesday with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President Trump demanded Germany and other NATO countries increase their military spending from … Continue reading “How Trump’s Call for More Military Spending by NATO Countries Benefits U.S. Weapons Manufacturers”

“Corporate Homicide”: Ralph Nader Demands Boeing Recall Jets After Ethiopia Crash Kills His Niece

A wrongful death case was filed against Boeing on the same day that a preliminary investigation into last month’s Ethiopian Airlines crash revealed damning details about the aircraft manufacturer and raised new questions about whether it gave pilots proper instructions for navigating new software. The findings were released Thursday in Ethiopia, based on the analysis … Continue reading ““Corporate Homicide”: Ralph Nader Demands Boeing Recall Jets After Ethiopia Crash Kills His Niece”

“Profits Should Not Come Before Safety”: The Family of Ethiopia Crash Victim Samya Stumo Sues Boeing

The first American lawsuit has been filed against Boeing for its role in the Ethiopian Airlines crash that left 157 people dead last month. The family of 24-year-old Samya Stumo, who died in the crash, sued Boeing and filed a claim against the Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday. They filed the suit in federal court … Continue reading ““Profits Should Not Come Before Safety”: The Family of Ethiopia Crash Victim Samya Stumo Sues Boeing”

Bengaluru Initiative Helps Indian Army Veterans Turn Entrepreneurs After Retirement!

Courage, determination and a passion to serve the country in every way they can. These three traits are ingrained in each soldier who takes an oath to serve and protect their homeland despite the risk of facing a bullet or a bomb. Serving the country by guarding its borders so that others may sleep easy … Continue reading “Bengaluru Initiative Helps Indian Army Veterans Turn Entrepreneurs After Retirement!”

Les 70 bougies ( explosives ) de l’OTAN

Le 70ème anniversaire de l’OTAN sera célébré par les 29 ministres des Affaires étrangères de l’Alliance, réunis à Washington le 4 avril ; un Conseil de l’Atlantique-Nord en ton mineur en regard de celui au plus haut niveau des chefs d’état et de gouvernement. C’est ce qu’a voulu le président Trump, pas très content des … Continue reading “Les 70 bougies ( explosives ) de l’OTAN”

The Other Americans, un récit palpitant

L’écrivaine marocaine d’expression anglaise établie aux Etats-Unis, Leila Lalami vient de publier un nouveau roman “The Other Americans”, paru aux éditions Pantheon New York et déjà largement salué par la critique comme l’un des livres “les plus attendus” de 2019. Leila Lalami signe ici son quatrième roman après “The Moor’s Account”, un roman historique sur … Continue reading “The Other Americans, un récit palpitant”

L’Algérie sans Bouteflika

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, très affaibli depuis un AVC en 2013 et dont le clan voulait le voit encore en février briguer un cinquième mandat, a remis sa lettre de démission au Conseil constitutionnel, selon des images diffusées par la télévision nationale. On y voit l’ancien président, qui semble fatigué, vêtu d’une gandoura (tunique nord-africaine) beige et … Continue reading “L’Algérie sans Bouteflika”

Turquie: l’AKP d’Erdogan, mauvais perdant

Alors que les résultats définitifs des élections municipales à Istanbul, sont encore attendus, l’AKP ne reconnaît toujours pas la victoire du candidat de l’opposition, Ekrem Imamoglu, dans la capitale économique du pays. Mardi, le parti du président Recep Tayyip Erdogan a officiellement annoncé qu’il contestait les résultats des élections municipales dans tous les arrondissements de … Continue reading “Turquie: l’AKP d’Erdogan, mauvais perdant”

Tunisie: Caïd Essebsi épinglé

L’Instance vérité et dignité (IVD), chargée de rendre justice aux victimes des dictatures en Tunisie dès l’indépendance et jusqu’à 2013, met en cause le président tunisien. Dans son rapport basé sur des milliers de témoignages, elle met en cause des personnes toujours actives en politique et dans les médias. L’actuel président, Béji Caïd Essebsi, est … Continue reading “Tunisie: Caïd Essebsi épinglé”

Dangerous Plastics Are a Threat to Us and Future Generations

Every day people make decisions about what to eat, sometimes opting for colorful fruits and veggies, sometimes finding the smell of bacon irresistible.  At the end of the day people are controlling their own health.  What is remarkable though, is … The post Dangerous Plastics Are a Threat to Us and Future Generations appeared first … Continue reading “Dangerous Plastics Are a Threat to Us and Future Generations”

Saudis Threaten to Ditch Petrodollar as “Nuclear Option” to Block NOPEC Bill

Three years ago – almost to the day – Saudi Arabia rattled its first sabre towards the United States, with an implicit threat to dump US Treasuries over Congress’ decision to allow the Saudis to be held responsible for the … The post Saudis Threaten to Ditch Petrodollar as “Nuclear Option” to Block NOPEC Bill … Continue reading “Saudis Threaten to Ditch Petrodollar as “Nuclear Option” to Block NOPEC Bill”

Lawsuit Seeks Records on Trump Administration’s OK of Bee-killing Pesticides, GE Crops on National Wildlife Refuges

The Center for Biological Diversity sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today for public records on the Trump administration’s decision to allow bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides and genetically engineered crops on national wildlife refuges. Today’s lawsuit follows an August 2018 … The post Lawsuit Seeks Records on Trump Administration’s OK of Bee-killing Pesticides, GE Crops … Continue reading “Lawsuit Seeks Records on Trump Administration’s OK of Bee-killing Pesticides, GE Crops on National Wildlife Refuges”

‘Telecom Industry Did No Research on Health Impacts of 5G’

India plans to begin 5G trials by 2020, but experts and industry stand at odds over its impact on human health and environment. The fifth generation wireless network promises to be 50 times faster than its predecessor — 4G. Down … The post ‘Telecom Industry Did No Research on Health Impacts of 5G’ appeared first … Continue reading “‘Telecom Industry Did No Research on Health Impacts of 5G’”