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07-Feb-2017 | Technology

Flying drones booms agricultural drone market

Tech-savvy farmers are the major adopters of the agricultural drone technology on a commercial scale. The farmers can have a drones-eye view of their fields making the agricultural process easier. These flying drones were mainly used to keep a check on the conditions of their crops, livestock, and also for spraying insecticides or fertilizers. The advanced drone technology assures the agricu ...

22-Aug-2016 | Business Services

Syngenta shares jump after US clears Chem China deal

Shares in Swiss agribusiness group Syngenta have risen 12% after its takeover by ChemChina was given the go-ahead by a US regulator. The $43bn deal is the biggest ever foreign takeover by a Chinese company.

10-Aug-2016 | General

UN: in Syria 2 million at risk

Damascus: more than 2 million people killed in Syria’s Aleppo are in danger after total blockade the city. It has been heavily bombed, UN has warned to give access as early possible.

Brutal fight has rocked Aleppo in recent weeks, with government and coup forces snatch enemy access routes and cutting off residents.

On Monday in statement, Yacoub El Hillo, UN's ...

10-Aug-2016 | General

Michael Phelps won 21st Olympic gold medals

Michael Phelps has now won three gold medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics, which is fifth Olympic Game of his life.

Michael Phelps from United States, declare second gold medal and the 21st of his career in one night. As he won in men’s 4×200 metres Olympic freestyle relay on Tuesday.

He became most successful Olympian of all time, who swam the final leg, he has ...

08-Aug-2016 | General

Human rights in Yemen abuse by the Saudi alliance, Huthis

United Nations: A UN report has concluded Huthi agitator used civilians as shield to avoid attacks by fighting intentionally in Yemen blasting house with bomb, killing children.

On Thursday, panel of experts obtained reports by AFP, those Saudi-led union violets the international humanitarian law.

08-Aug-2016 | General

Hillary Clinton leads with 15 point over Donald Trump

According to a latest poll, Hillary Clinton, Democratic Presidential nominee gets 15 per cent national lead over Donald Trump, her Republican opponent.

New McClatchy-Marist poll said, Trump did two blunder mistake back to back conventions last week, however Clinton supported with 48% of the potential voters as against Trump’s 33 percent.

01-Aug-2016 | General

Brazil: protest against President Dilma Rousseff

According to police said, around 3000 protesters took part in an exhibition against Rousseff outside the Congress with dressed in the green and yellow colore of the Brazilian flag.

On Sunday, protestor shouts against suspended Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff and asking for her charge, on Copacabana beach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Protesters turned out for lightly attende ...

01-Aug-2016 | General

Mysterious underwater blast took place

The magistrate had firstly said it looks like to be caused by an old explosive device on the ocean.

The harbor authority said, crew member were on board at the time of explosion they were immediately evacuated.

According to authorities, a passenger ferry docked in the southern French port of Marseille was evacuated after an explosion was felt on board. It was getting in ...

29-Jul-2016 | General

Sense of wonder in the Steven Spielberg's film

Half of the Hollywood is trying to follow Steven Spielberg and paying the respect to his work. Here is another big films entry BFG increasingly vast stock which reminding his previous work is extremely sweet films.

This film is based on Roald Dahl’s popular kids’ book, story revolves around character young Sophie (Ryby Barnhill) whose life as restless orphan is changed ...

29-Jul-2016 | General

Indonesia killed three Nigerians

CILACAP: In early hours of Friday, Indonesia killed four convicted drug traffickers out of them three were Nigerians leaving the luck of 10 others uncertain.

On Nusakambangan Island in Central Java, Africans and an Indonesian man were shot by firing group during a thunderstorm shortly after midnight. While, government ignored international calls for mercy and pushed ahead with war ...