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Army Chief Gen. Naravane leaves for Bangladesh on 5-day visit

The visit comes less than two weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi travelled to the neighbouring country. Army Chief Manoj Naravane on Thursday left on...

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov calls on Pakistan PM Khan

Mr. Khan reiterated his invitation to President Putin to visit Pakistan at his earliest convenience. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday called...

Sri Lanka to buy 6 million more Sputnik V vaccines

Sri Lanka has decided to buy 6 million more Sputnik V vaccines, raising the total it plans to purchase from Russia to 13...

Facing pressure at home, Chinese tech giants expand in Singapore

Singapore, a prosperous financial hub, maintains good ties with Beijing and the West, and tech firms have come to view it as a safe...

Terror financing case | Pakistan anti-terrorism court jails Hafiz Saeed’s five aides

Anti-Terrorism Court Lahore Judge Ejaz Ahmad Buttar on April 3 handed down nine-year imprisonment to each five of them A Pakistani anti-terrorism court has...

Myanmar death toll mounts amid protests, military crackdown

Threats of lethal violence and arrests of protesters have failed to suppress daily demonstrations across Myanmar Security forces in central Myanmar opened fire on...

Iran, world powers ready to welcome back US to nuclear deal

'The US can return to the deal and stop breaching the law in the same way it withdrew from the deal and imposed illegal...

Coronavirus | Hong Kong to resume use of BioNTech-Pfizer shots

Health officials said an investigation by BioNTech found no safety issues in the batch with packaging defects for some vials, as well as in...

Pakistan to import sugar, cotton from India: Finance Minister Hammad Azhar

Pakistan will import sugar and cotton from India, newly appointed Finance Minister Hammad Azhar announced on Wednesday, lifting a nearly two-year old ban on...

China pressures brands to reject statements on Xinjinag

H&M, Nike, Adidas and other brands are caught in a conflict over Xinjiang after Western governments imposed sanctions on officials accused of abuses. China stepped...
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