Articles by: Paul Linus
Paul Linus is an eminent online journalist who has been writing news, features and editorials on different websites from across the world for about a decade.

Tanzania On High Alert; Intelligence Inputs Fear International Terror Attack

April 23, 2017 10:52 pm0 comments
Tanzania On High Alert; Intelligence Inputs Fear International Terror Attack

Following intelligence inputs of international terror organizations are on the plan to attack Tanzania, the nation’s security wings are put on high alert after a crisis meeting recently by the Parliamentary Defence and Security Committee. Parliamentary Speaker Job Ndugai said to all the members of parliament the security organs are […]

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How To Prepare For Face-To-Face Job Interviews (Part II)

April 22, 2017 11:28 pm0 comments
How To Prepare For Face-To-Face Job Interviews (Part II)

How To Prepare For Face-To-Face Job Interviews (Part I) Talk when required and how much required Too much talking is not suggested. Sometimes unnecessary questions are asked to test you talk many or less on the topic, which may not be matched with your skills. If you don’t want to […]

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France Under Tightened Security Amid Fear On Presidential Election Day Tomorrow

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France Under Tightened Security Amid Fear On Presidential Election Day Tomorrow

France is under tight security as the country goes on presidential polls to decide the fate of 11 candidates following the recent terror attack in the capital city Paris in which one policeman was killed. On Saturday the polling stations were opened in overseas French territories and Sunday morning will […]

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How To Prepare For Face-To-Face Job Interviews (Part I)

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How To Prepare For Face-To-Face Job Interviews (Part I)

Preparation is the key to get success in job interviews. Even the most qualified and smartest job seekers focus on preparing before attending an interview. The most important thing to remember is that there is no second chance to make a first impression and interview is nothing but a learned […]

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First Coal-Free Day Observed In Britain. 24-Hour Power Supplied Without Fossil Fuel

April 21, 2017 11:30 pm0 comments
First Coal-Free Day Observed In Britain. 24-Hour Power Supplied Without Fossil Fuel

Friday was a coal-free day for Britain. The National Grid tweeted to have achieved a milestone with first ever working day without the fossil fuel power since the Industrial Revolution. United Kingdom has gradually changed the sources of power in recent years to gas, nuclear, solar and wind to keep […]

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Zanzibar’s Noncontributory, Govt-Funded Pension Scheme Turned Role Model In Africa

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Zanzibar’s Noncontributory, Govt-Funded Pension Scheme Turned Role Model In Africa

Zanzibar introduced last year a unique first government-funded pension scheme for all the elderly above the age of 70. It turned to be a role model for other East African countries. The scheme is noncontributory and each elderly gets a monthly sum of 20,000 shillings, which is about $9. In […]

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