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Army conducted trekking expedition from Gulabgarh to Padam

JAMMU, Aug 23: In an effort to foster the qualities of sportsmanship, spirit of adventure and espirit-de-corps, a trekking expedition has been organised by the Army. The trek has been planned from Gulabgarh to Padam in the Zanskar region which is ... Kashmir Times, 1 month ago

Stay alive in the saddle, Karim reminds big bikers

KOTA SAMARAHAN: Value life and ride safe when you are on the road, Assistant Minister for Youth and Sports Datuk Abdul Karim Hamzah said in a heartfelt reminder to big bikers. As a big biker myself I have seen many friends and bikers perish on ...
 Borneo Post Online2 days ago
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Congo-Kinshasa: Can President Kabila Trust His Own Army?

analysis By Despite protests intensifying with outbreaks of violence and deaths, President Joseph Kabila has yet to call on his armed forces to maintain order. He might regret it if he did. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is in the midst ...
 AllAfrica.com5 days ago D R Congo in crisis: Can Kabila trust his own army?  OneClimate.net3 days ago

Disgraceful chant from House of Reps

SIR: It's like 8th National Assembly has made a collective concordat to stamp Nigeria nation on a global hall of infamy. The first plenary held by the lawmakers after a gratuitous recess which ought to immediately address the pressing national ...
 The Nation Nigeria3 days ago

Navy Tests Physical Fitness, Holds Quarterly Route March

Chiemelie Ezeobi About 1,000 personnel of the Naval Training Command (NAVTRAC), recently held their quarterly 10kilometre route march in Lagos, which saw them walk from their base at Apapa to Costain Roundabout and back to the base. The 10km ...
 This Day Online6 days ago

PDP: Sixteen minus sixty years - by Sunny Okenwa

Details Category: Opinion Published: Tuesday, 13 September 2016 17:24 Written by SOC Okenwa View Comments Page 1 of 2 The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was founded in Nigeria post-June 12 national political crisis in the late ...
 Elombah.com1 week ago

Stand together and remember 9/11

FORT SHERIDAN, Ill. Attention! yelled 1st Sgt. Luis Varela from the 75th Great Lakes Training Command. The sun shone down on more than 120 soldiers and civilians standing in formation as they shouted back, Make ready! Forward, march! Varela said.
 DVIDS2 weeks ago

Weigang and the Chin Aun squad of 1980 turn spotlight on putting country first

Karl-Heinz Weigang looks back with nostalgia at the launch of the 1980 Harimau Malaya Documentary. — Malay Mail file pic KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 9 — Football players have to be proud when they are chosen to wear the national jersey and must put the ...
 Malay Mail2 weeks ago

Swakian leaders slam Raja Petra for leave M'sia comment

Leaders from both sides of the political aisle have condemned Raja Petra Kamarudin's article where he tells Sarawakians to put up or shut up regarding Merdeka Day celebrations. KUCHING: Sarawakian leaders have slammed a Merdeka Day article by ...
 Free Malaysia Today3 weeks ago

Uniting Pontian Hellenism Down Under

Honoured with personalised awards were a number of individuals who have contributed to the work of the Federation of Pontian Associations of Australia Node Tools 2 Sep 2016 The members of the Federation of Pontian Associations of Australia ...
 Neos Kosmos3 weeks ago
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