Tunisian President's Chief of Staff resigns


Tunis, Jan 25 : Nadia Akecha, the Chief of Staff of Tunisian President Kais Saied has announced her resignation from the post. "Today, I made my decision to submit my resignation to the President of the republic, after two years of work," Akecha said in a Facebook post on Monday. "I had the honour of devoting myself to the service of the best interest of my country," she said, adding that because of "fundamental differences in viewpoints related to this best interest, I consider it my duty to leave my position." Akecha was appointed as Head of Saied's presidential office on January 28, 2020, Xinhua news agency reported. /IANS


Fear of black haunts Cong during Rahul's Rajasthan visit
Jaipur, May 17 : The fear of black colour haunted the Congress in Rajasthan as people, who had come wearing black dresses, were not allowed to attend

KTR leaves for UK, Davos visit
Hyderabad, May 17 : Telangana's Industry and Information Technology Minister K. T. Rama Rao on Tuesday left for a three-day visit to the United Kingdo

Kenya's presidential candidates name running mates ahead of polls
Nairobi, May 17 : Kenya's two leading contenders for the presidency during the general elections, slated for August 9, have named their running mates,