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ADIPO NAMED VICE CHAIRMAN REFEREES COMMI…

28-Aug-2015 Sports

  Former FIFA referee Catherine Adipo isthe new vice chairman of the FUFA Referees standing committee (FRSC). Adipo  replaces George Kabwemukya . The decision was passed  by the FUFA Executive Committee at a meeting convened earlier this week.... Read more

STARS TO WATCH OUT FOR AT PEARL OF AFRIC…

28-Aug-2015 Sports

        These are the drivers who stand out from the crowd in this weekend’s V-Power Pearl of Africa Rally. They not only have some of the best machines, but their skills at the wheel also stand out. Arthur Blick... Read more

US JOURNALIST KILLER 'ANNOYED ' COLLEAGU…

28-Aug-2015 International News

      The disgruntled former US television station employee who murdered two journalists had "annoyed" colleagues but showed no signs at work of any mental health issues, his former boss said Thursday. Vester Lee Flanagan, 41, worked as a reporter for... Read more

BRAIN CELLS'BURN OUT' IN PARKINSON 'S DI…

28-Aug-2015 Health

            Brain cells in Parkinson's disease exhaust themselves and die prematurely, burning out like an "overheating motor", an early study suggests. Canadian researchers say the findings might help explain why only small parts of the brain are affected in the disease. Parkinson's is... Read more

ARE PAKISTAN'S FEMALE MEDICAL STUDENTS T…

28-Aug-2015 International News

            Image caption Women outnumber men in Pakistan's medical colleges In Pakistan's prestigious medical schools, female students outshine and outnumber their male counterparts. However, many do not end up as practising doctors - and now there are calls to limit... Read more

EUROPE'S LIFE -JACKET CAPITAL

28-Aug-2015 Business

          The city of Izmir on Turkey's Mediterranean coast has long been known as a tourist destination. But now people fleeing Syria's civil war are using it as a staging post on their journey to Europe and providing shopkeepers with an... Read more

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Maurice Kirya records song with Neyo

20-Aug-2015 Entertainment

Maurice Kirya records song with Neyo

Maurice Kirya records song with Neyo He is a kind of an artiste who does his things in a silent and slow but sure way. When he opens his mouth to... Read more

Dr.Kiyingi to pick nomination forms

20-Aug-2015 Politics

Dr.Kiyingi to pick nomination forms

Ugandan, Australia based cardiologist Dr Aggrey Kiyingi says he is still on course to stand for presidency in the 2016 general elections. Mr Kiyingi, in an interview with the daily monitor... Read more

Chealsea sign Barcelonas Pedro

20-Aug-2015 Sports

Chealsea sign Barcelonas Pedro

Chelsea have signed Spain forward Pedro from Barcelona for £21m. The 28-year-old has agreed a four-year deal and is the Blues' second signing in less than a week after the arrival... Read more

civil servants salary delays

20-Aug-2015 Politics

civil servants salary delays

Ministry of Finance officials have blamed the delayed payment of civil servants’ July salaries in Luweero and Mukono districts on technical personnel at the districts who have not yet mastered... Read more

Formula one - Mclaren duo to start

20-Aug-2015 Sports

Formula one - Mclaren duo to start

McLaren's Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will start Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix from the back of the grid as a result of engine penalties. Alonso and Button have already used up... Read more

Eurozone Bailout conditions

20-Aug-2015 International News

Eurozone Bailout conditions

The details of a third bailout for Greece - worth about €85bn (£61bn; $95bn) - have been hammered out and now it requires approval by the Greek parliament and eurozone... Read more

Ex US president Carter undergoing Cancer Treatment

20-Aug-2015 International News

Ex US president Carter undergoing Cancer Treatment

Former US President Jimmy Carter has revealed he is to be treated for cancerous tumours on the brain, in his first public comments on his illness. Mr Carter said he would... Read more

AID WORKERS KILLED IN SOUTHSUDAN

26-Aug-2015 International News

 Two Doctors Without Borders (MSF) staff have been killed in South Sudan, the medical agency said Tuesday, taking the number of aid workers killed in the 20-month conflict to over... Read more

Ziza Bafana car repossesed

20-Aug-2015 Entertainment

Ziza Bafana car repossesed

News has it that the car was one of the items that Promoter Balunywa had given to Bafana for agreeing to perform at Kati Kati. However, when the Kati kati... Read more

ARONDA WARNS POLICE

25-Aug-2015 Local News

Gen Aronda Warns Police Against Using National IDs for Bond Security       Gen Nyakairima [L] ordered Police to stop retaining peoples national IDs as security for Police Bond       Minister of Internal Affairs... Read more

KIPILIMO WILL RETURN TO THE TRACK HEAL IN TIME

24-Aug-2015 Sports

Kiplimo, a bronze medallist at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games tripped in final warm-up to the World championships marathon and thought it was a minor injury but after about... Read more

UN'S BAN KI-MOON IN NIGERIA IN WAKE OF ATTACK ON ARMY CHIEF

24-Aug-2015 International News

Combating Islamist violence is expected to be high on the agenda as the secretary-general holds talks with President Muhammadu Buhari, whose inauguration in May sparked a massive upsurge... Read more

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ADIPO NAMED VICE CHAIRMAN REFEREES COMMITEE

28-Aug-2015 Sports

  Former FIFA referee Catherine Adipo isthe new vice chairman of the FUFA Referees standing committee (FRSC). Adipo  replaces George Kabwemukya . The decision was passed  by the...

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STARS TO WATCH OUT FOR AT PEARL OF AFRICA RALLY

28-Aug-2015 Sports

        These are the drivers who stand out from the crowd in this weekend’s V-Power Pearl of Africa Rally. They not only have some of the best machines, but their...

Read more

BRAIN CELLS'BURN OUT' IN PARKINSON 'S DISEASE

28-Aug-2015 Health

            Brain cells in Parkinson's disease exhaust themselves and die prematurely, burning out like an "overheating motor", an early study suggests. Canadian researchers say the findings might help explain why only small...

Read more

KCCA TO BLOCK MUN*G SHOW

28-Aug-2015 Entertainment

        Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) is to block Emmanuel Matovu popularly known as MUN-G's show slated for September 4, at the Kati- Kati restaurant. According to Robert Kalumba, KCCA's...

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