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Bambawale to take charge as new Indian envoy to China tomorrow

BEIJING: India’s new ambassador to China Gautam Bambawale arrived here on Sunday to take up his position. Bambawale, a seasoned diplomat who till recently served as high commissioner to Pakistan and earlier as envoy to Bhutan, will take charge tomorrow. 375 more words

INDIA

Highlights: 2nd International Conference on Biofertilizers and Biopesticides, Aug 8-11, 2017, Taichung, ROC

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) in collaboration with the Council of Agriculture (COA), Executive Yuan, China Productivity Center (CPC), and Agricultural Technology Research Institute (ATRI) organized the 2nd International Conference on Biofertilizers and Biopesticides in Taichung, the Republic of China (ROC), from 8 to 11 August 2017 (hereafter called “The Conference”). 1,180 more words

Travel Reports

Retro CPC Dongle – Part 29

How time flies – it’s been a month since I posted. I’ve been waiting for the PCBs ordered from OSH Park to arrive. They were tracked all the way from the US to my local post office, and somehow Australia Post managed to lose them :( The helpful people at… 803 more words

FPGA

CPC #6: ~ e x p e d i t i o n {Part 2} ~

GUYS, THIS IS THE LAST CPC. :O I’ve enjoyed coming up with ideas for this super neat and creative challenge, but I will also be glad to get back to normal posting. 1,594 more words

Photography

CPC #6

Hey, guys!

Wow, this the last CPC… can you believe it?? I can’t!

First, thank you Carol for hosting such an awesome contest! I’ve had lots of fun exploring my narrative and poetic side. 854 more words

Fun

Foodie Friday: Thanksgiving Edition

First of all, I’d like to send a message to my family: Lead good lives; be stronger than me. Don’t eat so much at a Thanksgiving Feast that you slip into a food coma never to awaken, as I did. 90 more words

Work Family

CPC CHALLENGE 6

Hey! So… This challenge of CPC is the last one! Can you believe that? #sad

Anyways, prompts I used:

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“I never stood a chance, did I?” 1,041 more words

Writing