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Photographers from Bhutan, Yemen and Sudan enter Stenin contest for first time

"Foreign entries are dominated by photographers from North Africa and Asia, including Egypt, India and Iran.

IOL , South Africa Feb 21, 2019

Reactions as Kenya awaits ruling on decriminalising gay sex

They also submitted arguments based on India’s rejection of a similar law in August.

The East African , Kenya Feb 21, 2019

MTN Uganda denies it understates revenues

It competes mainly with India’s Bharti Airtel.

The East African , Kenya Feb 21, 2019

Excitement, anger as Kenya awaits ruling on decriminalising gay sex

They also submitted arguments based on India’s rejection of a similar law in August.

Reuters , Africa Feb 21, 2019

Saudi crown prince arrives in China | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Mohammed is expected to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on his two-day trip to the Chinese capital following visits to Pakistan and India.

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 21, 2019

MTN Uganda denies it understates revenues, says it is fully tax-compliant

It competes mainly with India’s Bharti Airtel.

Reuters , Africa Feb 21, 2019

2 camps differ on measures to curb trafficking in ivory

Proposals on reptiles include four from the meeting’s host country alongside US, that want the tiger spiders native to Sri Lanka and India listed.

The East African , Kenya Feb 21, 2019

Despite Putin's swagger, Russia struggles to modernise its navy

Russia is now cutting its losses and selling the three ships to India without engines.

Reuters , Africa Feb 21, 2019

Ambush marketing, the Nigeria IP laws and the future

India cricket star calls for Pakistan World Cup boycott Sport sponsorship is an attractive area for both companies and event organisers from the perspective that they provide the most coveted room for selling their brands to a wide audience.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 20, 2019

‘Developing nations to push oil demand to 130mbpd’ | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Indeed, the report noted that although the use of fossil fuel is projected to decline due to the push for alternative energy, but demand would significantly be driven by increases in prosperity in the developing world.The outlook, which considered a number of factors, noted that improving standard of living in places like India, China, and other Asian countries would require ‘more energy’ to allow the growth to continue to improve.

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 20, 2019