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Indian weightlifter Santoshi Matsa won the bronze medal in the women's 53kg while her compatriot Swati Singh finished fourth at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the Clyde Auditorium here Friday.
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The institutions say they "share a responsibility to work with and for the people of the tropics, to bring to bear the power of our understanding, science and innovation on the issues of the tropics to create a brighter future for the tropics and its peoples".
Telikom PNG has announced acquisition of a PNG company Datec with its capability in information communication technology and system integration engineering.
Women sleep on a crowded train in Myanmar. Globally, some 1.2 billion people live on less than 1.25 dollars a day.
Papua New Guinea's largest oil producer is calling on the corporate sector to commit to regional health projects and embrace public-private partnerships for development.
Newcrest is warning it's facing a hit of up to A$2.5 billion after reviewing its mining assets.
CHILDREN being held in detention on Christmas Island are regressing, sick and suffering symptoms consistent with post-traumatic stress disorder, the human rights watchdog says.
ERIKA Vickery put her physical and emotional strength to the test when she travelled to Papua New Guinea earlier this month.
Bandara said 20 locations, including several areas in the Mahiyangana road and Nuwara Eliya-Badulla road have been identified under the project to prevent possible landslides.
It is a so-called "mini United Nations", taking in four governments - Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu - together with the Kanak liberation movement from New Caledonia, the FLNKS.
When traveling to remote areas, charging your phone or tablet can be quite a hassle.
Have you ever wondered what the pop charts of Papua New Guinea look like? Or a list of Latvia's local listens? Well, now Spotify users can use an interactive third-party map to navigate the "Music of the World," a curated collection of representative sounds from all over, with data sourced directly from Google.
Australia has taken a lead in supporting public health in India over the years. With XX International AIDS Conference being held in Melbourne, Citizen News Service interviewed Bernard Philip, Deputy High Commissioner of Australia to India.
Revivalist churches in Papua New Guinea are promoting prayer as a substitute for medication to those with HIV, according to human rights groups.
IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT Mark Poynter , in his attempt to establish that politics rather than science has determined the World Heritage decision in favour of the Tasmanian forests, fails to focus on the science and instead attacks the people providing the science.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 01:03 pm
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