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Go green or go bipartisan? Biden's big infrastructure choice

June 13 2021
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WASHINGTON: President Joe Biden’s hopes of channeling billions of dollars into green infrastructure investments to fight climate change are running into the political obstacle of winning over Republican lawmakers who oppose that approach as unne

G7 rivals China with grand infrastructure plan

June 13 2021
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G7 leaders wrapped up the second day of their summit on Saturday with an extended family photo that included the leaders of South Africa, South Korea and Australia.

Decrying attempts to lay off NagaWorld 1,329 workers in Cambodia

June 12 2021
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Guwahati: A group of civil society organisations, worker’s associations and trade union confederations come out with string resentments against NagaWorld limited in the Kingdom of Cambodia for its plan to systematically, unreasonably and unacce

Assam journalist approaches PM Modi, demands credible probe into Bamunipahar tragedy

June 11 2021
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Guwahati: Demanding a credible probe into Assam’s Bamunipahar tragedy, where 18 wild Asiatic elephants were found dead, a city based activist journalist approached Prime Minister Narendra Modi for follow up actions. Sending a memorandum to PMO o

EU needs legally binding targets to protect nature, lawmakers say

June 09 2021
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BRUSSELS: The European Union needs legally binding measures to protect nature and biodiversity, the European Parliament said on Wednesday, warning that previous voluntary plans have failed to deliver.

Canadian police say Muslim family targeted by deadly attack

June 08 2021
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TORONTO: A driver plowed a pickup truck into a family of five, killing four of them and seriously injuring the other in a deliberate attack that targeted the victims because they were Muslims, Canadian police said Monday.

Indian states begin easing COVID lockdowns as case numbers decline

June 05 2021
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NEW DELHI, June 5: Some of India's states are easing lockdown restrictions as coronavirus infections subside, with the world's second most-populous nation on Saturday logging its lowest daily case count in nearly two months.

Imprisonment of scribes in Myanmar continues

June 05 2021
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Guwahati: Sending scribes and other democratic activists to jails under arbitrary laws becomes a new normal in Myanmar (earlier known as Burma), as the Burmese junta in NayPieTaw tries its best to control the public outrages since the south-eas

Jailing of scribes continue in Myanmar

June 04 2021
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Guwahati: Sending scribes and other democratic activists to jails under arbitrary laws becomes a new normal for Myanmar (also known as Burma), as the military regime in NayPieTaw tries its best to control the public outrages since the south-east

Israel’s opposition declares new government, set to unseat Netanyahu

June 03 2021
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Israel’s opposition leader moved closer to unseating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he officially told the country’s president that he has reached agreements with political allies to form a new government.

PEC lauds Indian authorities for corona compensation to scribes

June 01 2021
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Geneva/Guwahati, 1 June 2021: Press Emblem Campaign, the Switzerland based international media rights and safety body, appreciates the initiative of Indian federal government along with many province authorities for sanctioning financial assista

Remains of 215 children found at former indigenous school in Canada

May 30 2021
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The remains of more than 200 children have been found at the site of a former residential school for indigenous children in Canada.

More than 125,000 Myanmar teachers suspended for opposing coup

May 23 2021
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More than 125,000 school teachers in Myanmar have been suspended by the military authorities for joining a civil disobedience movement to oppose the military coup in February, an official of the Myanmar Teachers' Federation said.

India passes Brazil with more than 200 journalists dead from Covid-19

May 19 2021
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Geneva, May 18, 2021 (PEC) - India has overtaken Brazil in the number of journalists dead from Covid-19, the Press Emblem Campaign (https://pressemblem.ch/pec-news.shtml) announced in Geneva on Tuesday. At least 1,330 journalists have died in 76

Killing 18 bulky animals by lightning an absurd argument: Assam engineers’ forum

May 17 2021
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Guwahati, 17 May 2021: Tragic death of 18 wild Asiatic elephants due to electrocution by lightening within seconds can be justified only with an absurd argument, asserted All Assam Engineer’s Association (AAEA), demanding a high-level scientific