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Ahmad Mukhtiyar visits the apple orchards of Kashmir, to find the industry increasing and considering ways to access lucrative export markets.
Four civilians were also injured, said a police statement. The Kashmir News Service (KNS), a Srinagar-based news agency, reported receiving a call from a Hizbul Mujahideen spokesman who claimed the 'guerilla attack' and said others would follow.
Reggae star Yabba Griffiths explains here about the Rastafarian movement, and a bit about his own philosophy in this interesting interview with the singer and musician by Bruce Edwin of The Hollywood Sentinel.

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Royal Palace of Nepal
Nepal is in the spotlight in the South Asian region for demonstrating high commitment to tobacco control and also acting on the ground.
Turkish Airlines flight 726 missed the runway while attempting to land at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The front landing gear collapsed and the plane skidded.
Insurance for Chinese planes costs more than they earn: Airline officials say the MA60 nets $1,500 per day operation but they pay almost $2,500 insurance per day.

Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.
The Production Mela aims to engage rural artisans directly to buyers and even suppliers with a hope that it will provide a much needed break for some.
State Agriculture and Panchayat and Rural development minister Rockybul Hussain said the 8 groups are: ULFA(I), NDFB(S), KPLT, KLO, HuM, MULTA, CPI(Maoist) and JMB(Module)

Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.
Considerable progress has been made in different countries globally in protecting public health policy from tobacco industry interference, but certainly lot more work needs to be done.
WHO FCTC Article 19 sees a world where governments can protect people from harmful products like tobacco, and can recover the costs of treating tobacco-related disease from the tobacco industry

Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.
Considerable progress has been made in different countries globally in protecting public health policy from tobacco industry interference, but certainly lot more work needs to be done.
WHO FCTC Article 19 sees a world where governments can protect people from harmful products like tobacco, and can recover the costs of treating tobacco-related disease from the tobacco industry

Israel can never be grateful enough to all the people who have stood and stand behind her, unconditionally supporting her and her causes.
Hollywood star John Savage of the film 'The Deer Hunter' launches here yet another powerful performance concerning social justice- this time, in South Africa with his new film titled 'A Small Town Called Descent.'
Weaving is a specialised skill that all Bhutanese women are encouraged to learn as children. In most homes, one will find a wooden frame on which mothers teach their daughters to weave dream designs in fabulously coloured threads.

Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.
Considerable progress has been made in different countries globally in protecting public health policy from tobacco industry interference, but certainly lot more work needs to be done.
WHO FCTC Article 19 sees a world where governments can protect people from harmful products like tobacco, and can recover the costs of treating tobacco-related disease from the tobacco industry

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