By TOI STAFF Iran has reportedly been developing large cruise missiles that could potentially “eliminate many of the obstacles” toward delivering a nuclear bomb. Citing several US intelligence and security sources and experts, The New York Times reported Thursday that Tehran has moved closer toward achieving weapons-grade enrichment and could soon possess
The Nigerian media industry has adopted the new co-regulation and code of ethics to address ethical and professional concerns in the industry. The decision was reached at the end of a media roundtable organised on Monday, November 14 by the Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN) in conjunction with the
By Muhammad Muntazar Staff of the University of Mkar, Mkar (UMM), Benue State, have unanimously passed a vote of confidence on their Vice Chancellor, Professor Zacharys Anger Gundu. The Staff who passed the vote of confidence on the Vice Chancellor on Friday 28/10/2022 in his office, during a surprise courtesy
It is now Security staff of Nigeria universities would realize fully that they have never had unions to represent their interest. The Unions are only interested in using them (security officers) to win election into union offices, being one of the most populated units on campus that can decide election
The Holy Shrine of Imam Hussain received a delegation of Sunni professors and scholars from Pakistan, in coordination with the International Media Center of the Media Department at the Holy Shrine. Haider Al-Mangooshi, Director of the International Media Center, said in a statement, “In coordination with the Pakistani Al-Kawthar
By Kit Klarenberg Ever since foreign-backed riots broke out in Iran in mid-September, Western news outlets have frequently drawn attention to the role of Psiphon, a free, open-source smartphone application and computer program that allows users to circumvent restrictions on websites and online resources in helping troublemakers organize and
By Elijah J. Magnier An advisor to a Western European prime minister said privately: “When the Americans want the government officials to campaign for a particular narrative, we receive a piece of paper with instructions to follow. Normally, a prime minister or a minister would contest the US diktat.
The Italian prime minister has publicly slammed France for its hypocritical approach to the issue of migrants coming from Africa, which has been a bone of contention between the two countries during past weeks, by exposing Paris’ colonial policy in Burkina Faso. Giorgia Meloni, who was speaking in a televised