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INDIA'S VACCINE CAPACITY WILL HELP 'ALL HUMANITY', MODI TE...

India as the world's biggest vaccine maker will use its resources “for all humanity” in the battle against the coronavirus,...

SRI LANKA SEEKS FRESH CURRENCY SWAP FACILITY, DEFERMENT OF...

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa sought an additional currency swap facility and deferment of debt payments from India durin...

INDIA’S COVID TALLY CROSSES 59-LAKH MARK, ACTIVE CASES MOR...

India’s coronavirus tally has crossed the 59 lakh mark as 85,362 new Covid-19 cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours, acco...

‘REFORMS NEEDED IN UN’: PM MODI RAISES INDIA’S PITCH FOR M...

"Reform is needed at the United Nations and India is waiting for that reform," the Prime Minister said. (Image: Twitter/@narendramodi...

PM IMRAN WARNS AGAINST HASTY INTERNATIONAL WITHDRAWAL FROM...

Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned against hasty withdrawal of foreign powers from Afghanistan and also cautioned that regional spoil...

LOCAL POLICE COMMANDER KILLED IN TALIBAN ATTACK IN BADAKHS...

Ghazi Shaheed, a local police commander, was killed in a Taliban attack in the northeastern province of Badakhshan province on Friday n...

INDIA NOTES DECLARATION OF INDIA FIRST SECURITY POLICY BY...

India has noted the clear declaration of the India first security policy by Sri Lanka, the Indian High Commission in Colombo said yeste...

SINGAPORE ANNOUNCES NEW RULES FOR BANGLADESHI PASSENGERS

Despite having no mentionable natural resources and dismissed earlier for its tiny landmass, Singapore through its inventiveness has be...

ROHINGYA GENOCIDE: ICC CONSIDERS HOLDING HEARINGS IN BANGL...

The Registry of the International Criminal Court has filed its observations on a joint request by the victims to hold the hearings in t...

GETTING COVID CERTIFICATES NEW WORRY FOR SAUDI RETURNEES

Stranded Saudi returnees, who have received their return tickets after several days of demonstrations, are now worried about getting th...

PAKISTAN STANDS BY AFGHAN PEOPLE’S DECISIONS ABOUT THEIR F...

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that Pakistan will fully support any decisions that the Afghanistan people will take about the...

MORNING BRIEF, 26 SEPTEMBER

The Abraham Accords have put Pakistan in a foreign policy quandary The question of recognizing Israel and normalizing relations have...

CHINA INTERESTED IN TEESTA RIVER MANAGEMENT PROJECT: STATE...

China has expressed interest in the Teesta river management project, Zaheed Farooque, state minister for water resources, said yesterda...

PAKISTAN CONDEMNS KILLING OF KASHMIRI ACTIVIST BABAR QADRI

Pakistan has strongly condemned and sought an independent investigation into the gruesome killing of prominent Kashmiri lawyer and acti...

INDIAN ENVOY WALKS OUT OF UNGA SESSION AS IMRAN LASHES OUT...

The Indian delegate perturbed by Prime Minister Imran Khan’s annual UNGA speech walked out of the hall as soon as his pre-recorde...

VIOLENCE INCREASES, NO PROGRESS REPORTED IN PEACE TALKS

Meetings between the contact groups from both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations in Doha were not held for the past two days, while...

VODAFONE WINS INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AGAINST INDIA IN $...

Vodafone Group Plc VOD.L said on Friday it had won an international arbitration case against the Indian government, ending one of the m...

SAARC FMS FOR JOINT EFFORTS TO OVERCOME COVID-19 IMPACTS

Saarc Foreign Ministers on Thursday emphasised the need to work collectively to overcome the adverse impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic i...

UN AVIATION AGENCY ADVISES PAKISTAN TO SUSPEND ISSUANCE OF...

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has advised Pakistan to undertake “immediate corrective actions” and s...

KHALILZAD HOPEFUL ABOUT TALKS, ADMITS CHALLENGES

US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, speaking at a virtual event hosted by the US Institute of Pe...

INDIAN FARMERS BLOCK ROADS, RAILWAYS AS PROTESTS MOUNT OVE...

Farmers in India blocked roads and railway tracks on Friday in a protest against new legislation that they say could pave the way for t...