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COVA and Magic Bus India Foundation in association with ICAN, Youth TRAC and Koshish Theatre Group organized a Summer Mela for Opportunities in Vocational Trainings and Employment along with Valediction of Theatre Training and Social
Dig deep in my heart, find 'I Can' scripted on its walls. I Can India reflects a never dying zeal and enthusiasm to make a big impact on the educational sector. It strives to deliver a unique educational concept that revolves
Church group seeking to ignite entrepreneurial fire in Jamaica An international religious group is set to launch an initiative, which, it says, is designed to ignite an entrepreneurial fire and to launch a faith-based entrepreneurs' movement for the
Creativity and great innovation are required to establish a company. It is quite visible that nowadays youngsters as well as experienced professionals are pretty active and looking forward to set-up their own firms. The establishment of a
The Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (CNDP) supports the Second Conference on the Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons, being organised next week in Mexico, on Feb 13 and 14, where around 130 countries are participating.
COVA and ICAN organised a Face To Face Program with Little Citizens on 4th February 2014 from 10.00 am to 01.00 pm at Moghal Garden Function Hall, Engine Bowli, Jahanuma Road, Hyderabad. 50 Students from
As part of the Para Education Program, COVA and ICAN are organizing a Face To Face with Little Citizens on 4th February 2014 at Moghal Garden Function Hall, Engine Bowli, Hyderabad. Students from 20 schools from the old city areas of
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, has decided to retire after 11 terms. Republican officials said the 75-year-old McKeon will announce his plans on Thursday. The California Republican has represented a
Although not officially on the agenda of the council's closed-door meeting chaired by Tan Sri Samsudin Osman, the recent controversial issue over the use of the word "Allah" and related matters were expected to take centre stage during discussions.
More than a month has passed since Typhoon Haiyan demolished a large number of towns and villages in the central Philippines, and the people now have sufficient supplies of food and other basics. But most lost their homes and are now having to live