Media Watch

'19Jan
29

Spotlight on commuter safety measures at metro stations

Namma Metro may be a blessing for lakhs of citizens, but it does have its pitfalls. The death of a toddler at Srirampura station and an alleged suicide attempt at National College station recently have underscored...
'19Jan
28

Report: ISIS Claims Responsibility For Bombing Of Catholic Church In The Philippines That Killed At Least 20 People

The Islamic State reportedly claimed responsibility for the double-bombing of a Catholic Church in the Philippines on Sunday. The attack left at least 20 dead, 15 of which were civilians and 5 were soldiers,...
'19Jan
28

Shoppers face food shortages and price rises under a no-deal Brexit, warn supermarket chiefs

Britons could face significant disruption to the supply of food if Theresa May fails to strike a Brexit deal with Brussels, leading retailers have warned.Some of the country's biggest supermarkets and restaurant...
'19Jan
28

What’s in the German coal commission’s final report?

With negotiations having lasted eight months and the outcome already postponed once, the German Commission on Growth, Structural Change and Employment (the so-called “coal commission”), has presented its final...
'19Jan
28

Remember the Meet the People programme? Thank Frank Pringle

ROSE HALL, St James — Former Tourism Minister Captain Donald Frank McKenzie Pringle has been credited for playing a pivotal role in the shaping of the island's flourishing tourism industry. Ambassador Pringle, who...
'19Jan
28

E10 safe in all petrol cars

Folklore shouldn’t stop progress: if a car works fine with today’s petrol from EU filling stations, it will work just fine with the new E10 petrol, writes James Cogan.James Cogan is a policy analyst at Ethanol...
'19Jan
28

Russian, Kazakh top diplomats to discuss bilateral integration cooperation

MOSCOW, January 28. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will hold talks with his Kazakh counterpart Beibut Atamkulov on Monday. This is his first visit to Russia after assuming office last December. The...
'19Jan
27

Pharmaceuticals sector: Where are we?

Ernest Gwinyai & Alex Majongwe  •  27 January 2019 10:11PM  •  0 commentsHARARE - Presently, Zimbabwe has an acute shortage of critical drugs and medicines. Around 80 percent of available drugs and medicines...
'19Jan
27

South Africa: Illegal Street Racers May Soon Be Without Wheels If This Wc Councillor Gets His Way

Caught street racing illegally? Western Cape provincial traffic authorities could soon be able to impound your car.The Western Cape Provincial Road Traffic Administration Amendment Bill could see speedsters' wheels...
'19Jan
27

Africa: How Global Warming Is Adding to the Health Risks of Poor People

analysisThere is mounting evidence of the impact of climate change on human habitat and health, on plant and animal life, on water resources and shorelines. These changes are felt unevenly within - and between -...

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