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Afghanistan needs dams on Kabul river for better water management: Report

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 7 (ANI): Water is one of the main wheels for developing Afghanistan's economy and bringing the nation ...


Taliban 'reversed' decade-long economic growth in Afghanistan, reveals UN report

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 6 (ANI): As Afghanistan continues to face a slump in the economy after the Taliban takeover of ...


German cities overwhelmed with Ukrainian refugees media

More than a million Ukrainian refugees are now living in Germany, according to the Interior MinistryGerman cities and towns have ...


Explosion kills one child, injures two in Afghan province of Paktika

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 6 (ANI): One child has been killed after a mortar shell exploded in the Paktika province of ...


Jaishankar reiterates India's interest in joining UNSC as permanent member, says not joining RCEP a right decision

Auckland [New Zealand], October 6 (ANI): Reiterating that a permanent seat, as well as reforms of the UN Security Council, ...


India is one of the biggest vaccine manufacturers, helped other nations, says Jaishankar

Auckland [New Zealand], October 6 (ANI): India is one of the biggest manufacturers of vaccines, and even while vaccinating Indians, ...


Former South Africa captain Johan Botha joins Adelaide Strikers as assistant coach

Adelaide [Australia], October 6 (ANI): South African Johan Botha has been roped in as assistant coach for the Adelaide Strikers ...


IS Ramps Up Attacks in Afghanistan, Taliban Claim Key Arrest

Amid an intensified terror campaign by the Islamic State Khorasan (ISK) group in Afghanistan which has killed dozens of civilians ...


Family of US citizen missing in Afghanistan claims he is in Taliban custody: Report

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 6 (ANI): An Afghan-American national, who had travelled to Afghanistan for working purpose, has been missing for ...


Shantaram - the Black white man's burden

There are only two things you're likely to encounter in India as much as Delhi belly: ubiquitous copies of Gregory ...


Four killed, 25 wounded in another Kabul blast

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 5 (ANI): At least four people were killed and 25 others were wounded in a blast in ...


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New report shows EU ordering larger number of migrants to leave

BRUSSELS, Belgium: The European Union's statistics office, Eurostat, said the number of non-EU citizens ordered to leave Italy rose by ...

Russian TV protester flees from home arrest, now wanted fugitive

MOSCOW, Russia: After her on-air protest against Russia's invasion of Ukraine, TV journalist Marina Ovsyannikova has been placed on Moscow's ...

US prepares to send more HIMARS missiles to Ukraine

WASHINGTON D.C.: As part of a $625 million package, the Biden administration's next military assistance for Ukraine will include an ...

Another ambassador expelled from Nicaragua as EU representative leaves

MANAGUA, Nicaragua: European Union Ambassador Bettina Muscheidt left Nicaragua this week, three days after being declared "persona non grata" by ...

Massive culling of flocks as Europe sees worst-ever bird flu outbreak

BRUSSELS, Belgium: The European Union's Food Safety Agency said that with nearly 50 million poultry being culled this year, Europe ...

Musk to provide Florida with Starlink satellites after Hurricane Ian

TALLAHASSEE, Florida: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said in response to the damage caused by Hurricane Ian in areas of Southwest ...

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Asian stocks in retreat, Australian All Ordinaries declines 57 points

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stock markets in Asia continued to slide on Friday.The Australian All Ordinaries fell 57.40 points or ...

US sees cooler job market in August with fewer jobs available

WASHINGTON D.C.: In August, U.S. job openings fell by the highest level in nearly two and a half years, indicating ...

U.S. stocks hit the skids, Nasdaq drops 76 points

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks traded lower on Thursday, extending losses from Wednesday which followed a two-day bounce. ...

Daily passenger limits to end at London's Heathrow

LONDON, England: After limiting the number of passenger departures since July to prevent long queues, baggage delays and flight cancellations, ...

GM out paces Toyota in third quarter sales by 80,000 cars

DETROIT, Michigan: Amidst concerns about a drop in car sales, statistics released this week reported that General Motors outsold Japanese ...

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World Food Programme to help 15 million Afghans overcome food crisis till March 2023

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 7 (ANI): Amid the ongoing food insecurity in Afghanistan, the World Food Programme (WFP) is set to ...


Afghanistan needs dams on Kabul river for better water management: Report

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 7 (ANI): Water is one of the main wheels for developing Afghanistan's economy and bringing the nation ...


Russia's Rublev powers on at Kazakh showpiece

The world number nine faced little resistance against France's Adrian MannarinoAndrey Rublev made light work of French rival Adrian Mannarino ...


Taliban 'reversed' decade-long economic growth in Afghanistan, reveals UN report

Kabul [Afghanistan], October 6 (ANI): As Afghanistan continues to face a slump in the economy after the Taliban takeover of ...


German cities overwhelmed with Ukrainian refugees media

More than a million Ukrainian refugees are now living in Germany, according to the Interior MinistryGerman cities and towns have ...


India-Pakistan Partition Still Felt After 75 Years

TEETWAL, Indian-administered Kashmir - Seventy-five years after the blood-soaked partition of British India, the scars can still be found in ...


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