Bangladesh plans to reduce poverty by half

The world’s poorest country, Bangladesh, envisions alleviating poverty by half and dramatically increased human development budget by 28 percent. Planning minister A.K. Khandaker told journalists on Sunday that beginning July 1 government will invest in health services, education and infrastructure development. While power, energy and transport sectors received top priority, independence war veteran Khandaker said. [...]

What an outright majority MDC government and Tsvangirai presidency will do and deliver for Zimbabwe

Our biggest priorities as Democrats in the MDC led by His Excellency,the Right Honorable Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai are the economy, democratization, job creation, reclamation and restoration of basic human rights and the rule of law as well as investments in science, research, technology and innovation which will transform Zimbabwe into a modern, fair, just, [...]

Israel always needs an existential threat to survive

Nima Shirazi is a political commentator from New York City. His analysis of United States foreign policy and Middle East issues, particularly with reference to current events in Israel, Palestine, and Iran, is published on his website, Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Tip on Hyves Share on Linkedin Share on technorati [...]

Tanzanian Christians forms a forum

Dar es Salaam regional commissioner Mr William Lukuvi A sudden change of attitude amongst the Christian bodies has left a lot of questions to Tanzanians in some circles. A quick survey by The Express has indicated that the strong issues that leave some questions, are; the timing of the congregation and the tone of the [...]

Bangladesh ambitious plan to reach Vitamin A to 19mi children

Bangladesh in an ambitious plan will dispense of Vitamin A doses to nearly 19 million children aged below five years from Sunday. In a nationwide campaign, thousands of volunteers, also school students will provide life-saving Vitamin A supplements to combat chronic deficiency, which cause night blindness, a sign of severe malnutrition. Blog this! Bookmark on [...]

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