Indian students account for the second-largest group of foreign students in the United States, with approximately 100,000 students studying in the United States in 2012-13. At the same time, a growing number of Americans are choosing to study abroad in …"U.S.-India Higher Education and Skills Development Cooperation"
By Eric Biegon and Franco Kundu
NAIROBI,Embattled Kenyan Supreme Court judge Justice Philip Tunoi has been questioned by a special committee of the Judicial Service Commission investigating bribery allegations against him.
The six-member committee, chaired by Professor Margaret Kobia, disclosed …"KENYAN SUPREME COURT JUDGE QUESTIONED OVER BRIBERY ALLEGATIONS"
By Collins Anampiu
NAIROBI, The Kenyan government will spend 260 million shillings (about 2.55 million US dollars) on programmes to encourage farmers to plant indigenous, drought-tolerant crops in counties adversely affected by climate change.
The programmes target Gwassi in Homabay …"KENYA TO ENCOURAGE CULTIVATION OF INDIGENOUS DROUGHT-RESISTANT CROPS"
By George Kithuka
NAIROBI, President Uhuru Kenyatta has commissioned the first batch of armoured personnel carriers (APCs) for Kenya’s National Police Service barely a week after he promised that he would be scaling up the war against terrorism.
Speaking at …"KENYA ACQUIRES APCS TO BEEF UP POLICE FORCE FOR WAR ON TERROR"
Plans are underway to put up a shs. 600m tea factory that would eliminate current congestion at the existing Nyamira county tea factories.
Construction of a new factory at Matunwa in Kitutu Masaba sub county was launched to eliminate tea …"Shs. 600m tea factory for Nyamira"
Police have created a five kilometer buffer zone between Kuria East and Trans Mara West sub counties in a bid to diffuse tension between the Maasai and Kuria communities living in the area.
Trans Mara West OCPD, Alfred Muthua said …"Tension high on the Kuria-Trans Mara border"