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KP CM lays foundation stone of Swat Motorway phase-II

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan laid the foundation stone of Swat Motorway phase-II at Chakdara today (Thursday).Eighty kilometers long motorway from Chakdara to Fateh Pur, Swat will be completed at a cost of over thirty-six billion rupe...

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Black Pottery Made in Chiping, China: A Magic Art that Spans Thousands of Years

LIAOCHENG, China, Nov. 16, 2022 /Xinhua-AsiaNet/– The craft of pottery is a major marker of human civilization. Over the last three decades, Chinese archaeologists have undertaken four excavations at the Longshan Culture Site in Jiaochangpu, Chiping, where a variety of almost 1,000 pieces of pottery, stone and bone relics have been unearthed. Among them, the […]

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Black Pottery Made in Chiping, China: A Magic Art that Spans Thousands of Years

LIAOCHENG, China, Nov. 16, 2022 /Xinhua-AsiaNet/– The craft of pottery is a major marker of human civilization. Over the last three decades, Chinese archaeologists have undertaken four excavations at the Longshan Culture Site in Jiaochangpu, Chiping, where a variety of almost 1,000 pieces of pottery, stone and bone relics have been unearthed. Among them, the […]

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New government of St Kitts and Nevis ready to usher in new sense of cooperation and good governance, hints at changes to the country’s CBI programme

Basseterre, Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — St Kitts and Nevis welcomed a new government in August and the new administration, led by Dr Terrance Drew, is ready and determined to usher in a new sense of cooperation, good governance, and transparency – starting with steps to improve the country’s long-standing citizenship by investment (CBI) programme. In his address […]

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New High-Yielding Perennial Rice Sees Sustainability Success Catalyzed by Global Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing Approach

Salina, Kansas, USA, Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Over 70% of the food calories that feed humanity come from annual grain crops, which occupy 60–80% of global croplands. But annual grain dominance may be changing. A study in the journal Nature Sustainability reports that a new high-yielding, long-lived perennial rice with significant environmental, economic, and social […]

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