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US airstrike kills over 100 militants in Somalia

US airstrike kills: The Unites States military has confirmed that over 100 Islamist militants were killed in an airstrike launched against the al-Shabaab group in Somalia. A U.S. defense official said that the strike on an al-Shabaab training camp was carried out by a manned aircraft, CNN reported. The military’s Africa Command said that the strike was carried out on a

Girls are finished after pregnancy, Should be banned from School says Tanzania President.

Hashtah #StopMagufuli hashtag has been trending for many days in Tanzania because the President of Tanzania believes that pregnant girls should be banned from school. Speaking at a rally last week, President John Magufulli said, “Until the time I am the President, any pregnant girl will not be allowed to return to school. Understand that


Attles, Brown win lifetime National Basketball Association coaching awards

Retired former NBA coaches Hubie Brown and Al Attles were presented the National Basketball Coaches Association Lifetime Achievement Award on Sunday before game two of the NBA Finals.Attles played for the Golden State Warriors while they were still based in Philadelphia, staying with the club in its move to the San Francisco Bay area. He coached the Warriors over Washington in the 1975

IIEST gets Rs 11 crore grant for homeopathy research

The Centre has granted Rs 11 crore to the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), Shibpur for conducting medical research on homeopathy under the ‘Ayush’ project. “With this money, we can buy instruments for our laboratory which is named after famous homeopath Dr. Bhola Chakraborty,” said IIEST Director Prof Ajoy Kumar Roy.“The laboratory will

4 African youths injured as car hits bus in Ludhiana

Jalandhar: Four youths from African countries were today injured when a car they were travelling in hit a bus on the Jalandhar-Ludhiana National Highway, police said. They said the incident took place on in Phillaur area in Jalandhar district when the four, three of them women, were going towards Ludhiana. They said the four occupants were

PCTE student rapes African nationalist, booked

Ludhiana: An African nationalist, student of Punjab College of Technical College (PCTE), has been booked on the charge of raping his college mate. A case in this regard has been registered at Police Station Sadar on Sunday. The accused had called the victim at a vacant plot near college. The accused is a resident of Lesotho

Sarah Graham to take Indians on African food safari via TV

New Delhi: Celebrated South African cook, author and food writer Sarah Graham will be back on the small screen in India with TV show “Sarah Graham’s Food Safari”. She describes the experience of exploring the taste and aroma from “unspoilt corners of Africa” as “magical”, and hopes it also casts a spell on the Indian

African nationals stage protest against growing attacks

New Delhi: Several African students on Monday staged a protest at Jantar Mantar here against increasing attacks on them and demanded that the Indian government act swiftly to stop such incidents. “We want the government’s support as the incidents of attacks on people from African continent are increasing in the city. The Indian government needs