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India to soon open its High Commission in Rwanda,
Vice President Hamid Ansari has assured Indian diaspora in Rwanda that New Delhi will soon open a High Commission in that country. Addressing the Indian community in Kigali, capital city of Rwanda, he said, India will also start a direct flight between the two countries.
Mr Ansari is on a five-day visit to Rwanda and Uganda. Vice President Hamid Ansari was accorded a red carpet reception by the host government.
Dear N.K, Over the past few weeks and months,March 2, 2017
Over the past few weeks and months, we’ve been hard at work in inviting major rail operators to share their success stories at the Rail Power World Congress 2017. I would like to share with you the progress of the premium conferences.
We’ve confirmed amazing names like Auckland Transport, Network Rail, RTA Dubai, SNCF, Wiener Linien and more.
If you provide energy or power solutions to rail operators and would like to speak alongside senior rail executives, this is the right platform for you. Last 2 speaking slots left in the Rail Power World Congress track for solutions providers
GERMAN BILL TO VOTE ON GAG SOCIALMEDIA HATEPOSTS ?JUNE 24, 2017LEAVE A COMMENTON GERMAN BILL TO VOTE ON GAG SOCIALMEDIA HATEPOSTS ?
The German Media Gagged
The legislature in German parliament is soon to ride ,gag an scuttle the media at large with such massive fine for fake news or hate speech is incongruous for media fraternity as the news are not always from the grass root,or primary,first source, but is from various tale told in form of accounts and depend on the intellect and wisdom of the conveyor accounts thus news are likely to be essentially some percent of falseness.
Media being targeted for their imperfect stance with such massive fine i unpalatable and against human rights.
Germany’s governing parties have cleared the way for parliament to vote on legislation designed to get illegal content such as hate speech or defamatory fake news removed quickly from social networking sites. The legislation provides for fines of up to €50 million for sites that fail to remove such …