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Bilibili race returns to Rewa
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

Bilibili race returns to Rewa

09:55 Today Taken from/By: FBC News Report by: Shanal Sivan In an effort to raise funds, the Nabaulevu Methodist Circuit from Naitasiri is gearing up to revive the sport of Bilibili racing in Rewa after a lapse of twenty year. Event ... Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, 3 weeks ago
Fiji Sun

Tebara Carnival Revived

Good news for Nausori residents, businesses and people of Tailevu, Naitasiri and Rewa. Talks are underway to revive the Tebara Carnival which phased out 13 years ago. The Nausori Crime Prevention and Beautification Association (NCPBA) which ...
 Fiji Sun4 weeks ago

About 50 charred to death as bus falls from bridge in MP

Agencies, Panna About 50 people were charred to death and more than a dozen sustained serious burns, when an overloaded bus fell from a bridge and caught fire at Mandla Ghati near Pandav Falls in this Madhya Pradesh District, police said. The bus ...
 Central Chronicle2 weeks ago 21 charred to death as bus upturns, catches fire  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago

MMRDA opts for higher sea link instead of costlier, movable kind

The issue of the construction of the 2 km long Rewas-Karanja bridge has been resolved as Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to raise the height of the bridge, so that ships can pass below it. After Mumbai, ...
 Mid Day1 week ago

NEW BRIDGE TO LINK TAILEVU COMMUNITIES

4/23/2015 The Vunivaivai bridge on Ratu Kadavulevu Road will be rebuilt at a cost of $1.5 million and will give nearby villages and communities access to essential services. The Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Hon. Pio Tikoduadua said ...
 Fiji Government4 weeks ago

Solar Power: North States Stand First

Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, every state has a solar policy As per the study done by Electronic bazaar, India is witnessing a growth in Solar Power mission. The solar power situation is getting better over ...
 EFYTimes.com2 weeks ago

Project to get Taranaki dancing

A wild idea by one New Plymouth woman to get the region dancing is on the way to becoming a reality. Earlier this year, a friend of Sarah Lee's sent her a video of people from different parts of the world dancing to music. Immediately, Lee thought ...
 Stuff.co.nz2 weeks ago

Plundering The Past

BHOPAL : On April 15, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper presented an early medieval period sandstone sculpture Parrot Lady to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the latter's Canada visit. The precious sculpture, which once adorned the temples ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
Business Today India

Can govt achieve 100 GW of solar capacity by 2022?

Just two years ago, few outside Gujarat's Patan district had heard of the tiny village of Charanka. It is home to the tribal Ahir community at the eastern end of the great Kuchchh desert. Acres of wasteland owned by the community grows little except ...
 Business Today India1 month ago

County Council Meeting Monday April 20

Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Here are some items on YOUR County Council meeting for Monday. Do these issues impact you and your family? This meeting is open to the public, and there is always a portion of the meeting for ...
 Free-i-News1 month ago
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