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Punyashlok Ahilya Bai Written Episode 30th Sept 2021 Today’s Episode Spoilers

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Hello, all the entertainment lovers, Punyashlok Ahilya Bai is one of the engrossing ongoing television shows nowadays. The historic drama is doing wonders on the small screen and fetching a significant number of viewers. The show is still going through a captivating phase keeping the audience to edge. Well, get the complete information of the recent episodes of the show through Punyashlok AhilyaBai Written Episode. Gautama comes to Khanderao and asks him to demand carefully as Parikshit is a decent man. Gautama suggests thinking twice before any demand.

Punyashlok Ahilya Bai Written Episode 30th Sept 2021 Today's Episode SpoilersKhanderoa replies that there is a huge difference between Rajya services and other services. Ahilya there says that she will make Khanderao understand and goes to him. Gautama says Ahilya is going to convince Khanderao, she asks him that you have to maintain your relationship with your wife as it is a necessity, but Khanderao says in arrogance that Malhar won’t change. Tukoji suggests him thinking calmly, Khanderao replies I wish that comes to my side and feel my pain. He will then understand how it feels when someone considers you irresponsible and useless.

Meanwhile, Ahilya enters and says you are thinking wrong, Ahilya says you will understand him once you start sitting on the throne. Still, Khanderao doesn’t give a proper reply. Ahilya tries to understand him that if you designate Parikshit as a chief army it will be an injustice to other aspirants of the post. She further says Malhar is aware about your return and he will leave no stone unturned in your welcome. Khanderao leaves from there again taunting everyone. Tukoji says he will feel better seeing the welcome ceremony.

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Parikshit there seeing his place and Dwarka and Rakma stop seeing him. She comes to him and introduces herself and says you can stay here and look after Khanderao. He says he is eager to doing so, if he managed to clear the test he will stay with him definitely. She invites Parikshit for dinner. Malhar asks Tukoji about the arrangements, Tukoji says everything is in order. Ahilya and Gautama noticed that Khanderao is sad.

Malhar asks if anyone has any suggestions for enhancing the celebration of the ceremony. Khanderao comes and says it is enough. He says I can’t come at the Jasahan everyone looks on. Enjoy all the episodes of the show on Sony Liv anytime. Stay tuned with Social Telecast for more information and all the latest updates on Punyashlok Ahilya Bai Written Episode.

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Togo: Gnassingbe receives Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan – The Maravi Post

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Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with his counterpart in Togo on Tuesday as part of his three-leg Africa trip. Erdogan and Faure Gnassingbe met in Lome for a day of discussions.

It followed a meeting with Angolan President João Lourenço on Monday in Luanda at the start of the trip. The next and final stop for Erdogan will be Nigeria.

But in Lome, several high-level exchanges planned took place between the Heads of State, as well as working sessions between different delegations.

It was notably a question of cooperation, prospects for partnership, and signing of agreements including the financing of the industrial platform of Adéticopé located at the northern exit of Lomé.

In less than a year, several Togolese ministers, including Foreign Affairs, Security and the Armed Forces have successively visited Ankara.

In Turkey’s trade balance, Africa does not weigh very heavily: less than 10% of its exports, compared to 56% to Europe and 26% to Asia. But since 2003, the volume of trade between Turkey and Africa has increased fivefold, from 5 to 25 billion dollars. Turkish investments on the continent have also exploded, amounting to 6.5 billion dollars according to official figures.

Presidents of Burkina Faso and Liberia in Lomé

Beyond President Erdogan’s visit, the Presidents of Burkina Faso, Roch-Marc Christian Kaboré, and Liberia, George Weah, also visited the Togolese capital on Tuesday. They joined in discussions later with President Gnassingbe.

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UNHCR responding to worst flooding in decades in South Sudan – The Maravi Post

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Weeks of heavy rain have caused unrelenting floods, affecting more than 700,000 people across the country, UNHCR Representative in the country Arafat Jamal said on Tuesday.   

The rains have swept away homes and inundated farmlands, forcing families to seek safety on higher ground or in neighbouring towns. 

Mothers deeply worried 

Mr. Jamal said UNHCR teams in Upper Nile State alone, met around 1,000 people who had walked for seven days to reach Malakal, the state capital. 

“Women, children, and elderly people arrived exhausted and hungry,” he told journalists at the weekly UN humanitarian briefing in Geneva.  

“Some had not eaten in days. Others are marooned on islands surrounded by water, sheltering under trees and unable to cross to safety. Women are deeply worried about the health of their children, with the increased risk of infections from deadly water-borne diseases.” 

UNHCR and humanitarian partners are helping the South Sudanese authorities to deliver urgently needed support to the most affected people, including hygiene items, food, emergency shelter and solar lanterns to provide light. 

Impacts of climate change  

The floods have primarily affected four States.  “In some areas, communities have not seen flooding to this extent since 1962,” said Mr. Jamal, who is also the interim UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in the country.  Meanwhile, other areas have seen three years of consecutive flooding. 

Mr. Jamal said although the effects of the climate emergency are being felt on every continent, and in every region, East Africa has been profoundly affected. 

“Communities, already struggling, are facing unprecedented floods and storms, unreliable rainfall, and distress under hotter and drier conditions as their basic needs and rights to water, food, livelihoods, land, and a healthy environment are hit hard.”  

His observations are in line with a report published on Tuesday by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and partners, which reveals how climate change contributed to mounting food insecurity, poverty and displacement in Africa during 2020. 

With rains in South Sudan expected to continue for the remainder of the year, Mr. Jamal said the number of people needing humanitarian aid is also expected to increase. 

‘Resilience and generosity’ 

Furthermore, climatic stresses can also provoke inter-communal conflict, he added.  Flooding and drought sometimes occur within the same year, forcing communities to seek and share refuge in ever-shrinking patches of higher ground, while also trying to make up for lost income. 

“Dialogue between host and displaced communities who share resources will continue to be essential,” he advised. 

Mr. Jamal pointed to an encouraging development, amidst the storm clouds, as the Government of South Sudan, one of the poorest nations in the world, has allocated $10 million to flood response efforts.  

Local governments are also working to address suffering, through efforts such as building dikes and installing systems to pump out flood waters, he said, while communities and displaced people “also continue to show incredible resilience and generosity.”

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African Development Bank Group President Akinwumi Adesina assures Nigeria of Bank’s strong support to achieve food security – The Maravi Post

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The President of the African Development Bank Group, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, received a high-level Nigerian delegation led by the country’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar on Monday.

The meeting follows on the heels of an address by Dr. Adesina last week at a mid-term ministerial retreat presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Dr. Adesina and the Nigerian minister discussed means of tackling growing concerns about the country’s food security.

Adesina said the Bank’s strategic support for Nigeria’s food production would be hinged on five factors: support, scale, systemic, speed, and sustainability.

He added, “I want to assure President Buhari that the African Development Bank will provide his government with very strong support to tackle the country’s food security challenges.”

 “Inflation in Nigeria is high, at 16% or more. Of course, the biggest share of the consumer price index is the price of food, at almost 65%. So, if we can drive down the price of food, of course, we can drive down inflation.“

Adesina urged the Nigerian minister to concentrate on building the correct team and tactics to optimize the country’s farming seasons. He said that dramatically increased food output will result in lower food prices, which will in turn lower inflation rates.

Abubakar said his consultative mission to Abidjan was at the instruction of President Buhari.

“Our mission is to examine ways Nigeria could enhance food production, lower food prices, and create wealth,” the minister said.

Abubakar welcomed the Bank’s proposed strategy and described it as a landmark one that would spur Nigeria’s food supply production. “It will reverse the ugly trend of a sharp increase in prices of food in the country. I am pleased with the Bank’s strategy to facilitate the production of 9 million metric tons of food in Nigeria, and to support us in raising self-sufficiency. The Bank’s Special Agro-Processing Zones initiative is a laudable one and Nigeria is grateful.”

Citing successes in Sudan, Adesina explained how the African Development Bank had supported the country with 65,000 metric tonnes of heat-tolerant wheat varieties, cultivated on 317,000 hectares.

“It took two seasons to do this,” he said. “Change will not happen in years. You will see change in seasons. Sudan now produces 1.1 million metric tons of wheat. The same thing happened in Ethiopia in just two seasons with the production of 184, 000 hectares of wheat,“ he added.

In response to Bank successes in Sudan and Ethiopia, Abubakar said: “This gives me an additional measure of confidence. If you can do it in Sudan, you can equally do it in Nigeria. Not just in wheat, but also rice, maize, and soybeans.”

The African Development Bank will provide Nigeria with support through input delivery, including highly improved seeds and fertilizers to farmers, and an integrated input delivery platform.

Extensively discussed at the meeting was the Bank’s Special Agro-Industrial Processing Zone initiative as an effective medium-term plan for revolutionizing Nigeria’s agriculture value chain.

Adesina said: “The task, responsibility, and challenge of feeding Nigeria rests on your shoulders. You will receive maximum support from me, and the African Development Bank for the responsibility that President Buhari has given you. You will not be alone.”

He added: “The Bank stands ready to fully support and help Nigeria in the next farming seasons. So, we must make sure things turn around. The president must succeed, and Nigeria must succeed. Agriculture must succeed.”

Abubakar thanked the African Development Bank for its support and said the meeting gave him reassurances of what Nigeria can achieve with the Bank’s support in the farming seasons ahead.

The minister also called for the Bank’s support to recapitalize the country’s Bank of Agriculture.

Both parties set up a task force team to develop a plan for accelerated implementation within the next 60 days.

Also at the meeting were a member of Nigeria’s National Assembly, Hon. Munir Baba Dan Agundi, Chair of the House Committee on Agricultural Colleges and Institutions;  the African Development Bank’s executive director for Nigeria,  Sao Tome and Principe, Dr. Oyebode Oyetunde; Vice President of Agriculture, Human and Social Development, Beth Dunford; Senior Special Advisor to the President of the Bank on Industrialization, Professor Oyebanji Oyelaran; Director General of the Bank’s Nigeria Country Office in Abuja, Lamin Barrow; the Bank’s Director of Agriculture and Agro-Industries, Martin Fregene; the Director for Agricultural Finance and Rural Development, Atsuko Toda; and senior officials from Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Agriculture.

President Akinwumi A. Adesina meeting with Dr Mohammed Abubakar, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Nigeria

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Dr. Akinwumi A. Adesina, President, African Development Bank Group

Dr. Muhammad Mahmood Abubakar, Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture

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