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    Pet Tech offers to keep animals safe, healthy and connected
    Mar02

    Pet Tech offers to keep animals safe, healthy and connected

    In this photo taken Feb. 24, 2016, Russell Gipson Shearer displays on his phone how the Whistle pet tracker follows his dog Rocket in San Francisco. In Silicon Valley and beyond, a growing number of “pet-tech” startups are selling devices to keep pets safe, healthy, entertained and connected when their owners are away. (AP/Eric...

    OSCE monitoring reveals no violation of ceasefire regime
    Mar02

    OSCE monitoring reveals no violation of ceasefire regime

    On March 2, in accordance with the arrangement reached with the authorities of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, the OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the Line of Contact between the armed forces of Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the Askeran direction. From the positions of the NKR Defense Army, the monitoring was conducted by...

    German Open: Kidambi Srikanth, P Kashyap reach second round
    Mar02

    German Open: Kidambi Srikanth, P Kashyap reach second round

    Top Indian shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and Parupalli Kashyap crossed the opening hurdle to reach the second round of men’s singles competition at the $120,000 German Grand Prix Gold. Srikanth, who clinched the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold at Lucknow in January this year, saw off Japan’s Takuma Ueda 12-21 21-18 21-11 in a hard-fought...

    Don’t give up
    Mar02

    Don’t give up

    Courtesy: Dr Sushil B Bajracharya KATHMANDU: Dr Sushil B Bajracharya is Associate Professor at Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Institute of Engineering (IOE), Tribhuvan University (TU). He is the Programme Coordinator of Master of Science in Energy for Sustainable Social Development (MSESSD) at IOE. The guest lecturer at Tokyo City...

    Armenian chess players start Moscow Open with victories
    Mar02

    Armenian chess players start Moscow Open with victories

    Armenian chess players started their performance at the Moscow Open with victories. Armenian Grandmasters Tigran L. Petrosyan and Robert Hovhannisyan beat their lower-rated opponents. International Master Hayk M. Martirosyan surprised everyone after beating Sergei Azarov, a Belarusian chess grandmaster. In Round 2 slated for March 2, the...

    NATO commander says Russia, Syria using migrant crisis as weapon
    Mar02

    NATO commander says Russia, Syria using migrant crisis as weapon

    WASHINGTON (AFP) – Top NATO General Philip Breedlove warned US lawmakers Tuesday that Russia is helping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad turn the refugee crisis into a weapon against the West.The supreme allied commander in Europe for the 28-member military alliance said the massive flow of migrants from war-torn Syria has had a...

    Kremlin defends TV blackout of toddler’s grisly death
    Mar02

    Kremlin defends TV blackout of toddler’s grisly death

    MOSCOW: The Kremlin on Tuesday defended a controversial media blackout on the grisly murder of a toddler allegedly killed and decapitated by her nanny who then paraded the bloodied head on a Moscow street. The death of the girl named Nastya, said by investigators to be just three or four years old, has shocked usually hardened Muscovites. City...

    News Analysis: Ukraine teeters on brink of chaos amid new political crisis
    Mar02

    News Analysis: Ukraine teeters on brink of chaos amid new political crisis

    The political crisis that has been dragging on in Ukraine for almost a year took new twists in February after the parliament unsuccessfully tried to oust the government, the ruling coalition lost its legislative majority and the prosecutor general resigned at the request of the president. …read more Source: <a...

    Ukraine bans officials from criticising government
    Mar01

    Ukraine bans officials from criticising government

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine banned government officials on Tuesday from publicly criticising the work of state institutions and their colleagues, after damaging disclosures last month that highlighted slow progress in fighting corruption. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine bans officials from criticising government
    Mar01

    Ukraine bans officials from criticising government

    Ukraine banned government officials on Tuesday from publicly criticising the work of state institutions and their colleagues, after damaging disclosures last month that highlighted slow progress in fighting corruption. The move immediately drew criticism from some civil servants who saw it as a blow to freedom of speech at odds with the…...

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