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15 May, 2018
KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)— He was the first child in the Middle East to win the membership of Mensa IQ Society, the world's largest and oldest high IQ society for the genius persons who constitute 1% of total world population.
This was Morsi Khalid Morsi, a Sudanese child who has dominated the Arab media over the past decade with his early high intellectual faculty.More
Only one year into business and the government, the brain child of the National Dialogue (ND) felt the need to reshuffle. Though the reshuffle move was triggered by the outburst of former foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour before the parliament regarding delayed payments to his ministry, but it soon proved to ....More
06 May, 2018
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - It never came into the mind of Dr. Mohammad Madani al-Tayeb Abdallah that devising a set to attract and trap mosquitoes as part of his doctorate research would propel him into internationalism and drive him into more inventions, research and books that secured him and his country, the Sudan, a name in the world of science and scientists. Dr. Abdallah said he was unaware about the value of his mosquito collection invention until one of his supervisors asked him whether he had sought a patent for his invention. Dr. Abdallah, is a lecturer at the medical laboratories college, al-Neelain University and is, in ad...
20 May, 2018
30 April, 2018
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - To read Eisa al-Hilu is to read the history of Sudanese narrative, with all its revelations and up and down turns. Eisa the narrator and intellectual is one of the few voices in the history of Arabic narrative whose names were associated with the philosophy of life, both with respect to narrative and criticism. He is a critic, a story writer and novelist and an earnest researcher in culture. All through his six decades on the literary scene,...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanese gastroenterologist and hepatologist Ahmed Hashim al-Sir was named to deliver the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) quincentennial lecture for the London and Sou...More