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Daily Archives: October 6, 2017

Saudi Arabia King Carries US Geopolitics Plan to Moscow

Moscow (ABC Live): US Geopolitics Plan : In latest in geopolitics circles happened when the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, arrived in Moscow on September 4 and would stay in Moscow till October 7. As per information during  the state visit of the King of Saudi Arabia to Moscow ,Russia might discuss cooperation in the …

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Rice University Releases Research on Brain Modularity

New York (ABC Live): Brain Modularity : Researchers from the Rice University, Texas of the United States found that the way a person’s brain communicates directly impacts how well they perform simple and complex tasks. According to a news release by the Rice University on Thursday, Simon Fischer-Baum, an assistant professor of psychology in Rice’s School of Social Sciences said brain regions …

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CDP Report :Chemical Industry Fails on Paris Agreement

New Delhi (ABC Live): CDP Report: A new report ‘Catalyst for change’ analyses 22 of the largest global chemical companies with a total market capitalization of US$650 billion and responsible for a quarter of all emissions of the sector at 276 million metric tonnes of CO2 emissions per year. The report reveals that the chemicals sector is making progress on …

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Know UNEP Report Towards Pollution Free Planet

New Delhi (ABC Live) : Towards Pollution Free Planet :While pollution has considerably negative impacts on human health and ecosystems, it is controllable and avoidable through political leadership, high-level champions and commitments, as well with local level action, says a new report launched today by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The report, Towards a pollution-free planet, was launched during the …

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Global Food Prices Rise in September 2017

New York (ABC Live);  Global Food Prices : Global food prices rose slightly in September, as firmer prices of vegetable oils and dairy products offset declining prices for staple cereal grains, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said today. A news release said that the FAO Food Price Index – tracking the monthly change in international market prices for five …

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On World Teachers Day UN Bats for Freedom to Teach

New York (ABC Live);  World Teachers Day :Underscoring the critical important role teachers play in ensuring the future for every society, the United Nations today called for empowering educators with the freedom and support they need to undertake their vital mission. “Being an empowered teacher means having access to high-quality training, fair wages, and continuous opportunities for professional development,” the heads of …

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