The government said the decision to raise the level to 'alarm' follows the cuts to Russian deliveries made since 14 June and the continued high market price for gas
PML-N chief Shehbaz Sharif assumed the office of the prime minister on 11 April after Imran Khan was removed from office through a Parliament vote
Unions from a number of sectors, including the state service, health, ports, electricity, education and postal joined the strike under the theme 'Bow to the people - government go home'
Analysts say the ban is a blow to the Taliban's efforts to gain international recognition and raise aid to address Afghanistan's humanitarian crisis
From Pakistan’s political crisis to Sri Lanka’s economic misery: Why India’s neighbourhood is badly troubled
In this bleak regional landscape, India, as the region’s largest country, has to promote its interests and also seek to take the neighbourhood along with it to a better future
Sri Lanka is presently facing a foreign exchange shortage which has led to a food, fuel, power and gas shortage and has sought the assistance of friendly countries for economic assistance.
Confidence remains at a premium owing to the crisis in eastern Europe as well as central bank monetary tightening measures
UK business secretary has agreed to temporarily exempt the industry from the Competition Act 1998 so that companies can communicate and optimise supply.
India along with some other members objected to the proposal and due to lack of consensus or concurrence meet has been cancelled
Given the economic compulsions, European nations are afraid of a second wave of refugee influx since the the Syrian War began, which displaced lakhs of people.
While Benedict Cumberbatch's The Courier premieres on Netflix on 19 March, Disney's Raya and The Last Dragon is set to hit theatres on 5 March
Geopolitical tensions had bled into the global health response, she said, pointing to how the US-China trade war had morphed into a "geopolitical blame game".
In a hectic first term, Ardern faced New Zealand's worst terror attack, a deadly volcanic eruption, the country's deepest recession in more than 30 years, and the shared global threat of the COVID-19 pandemic
Coronavirus will cause the biggest fall in CO2 emissions since WWII but won't stop climate change: WMO
WMO expects a six percent drop in carbon emissions this year but warned it could be followed by higher emissions than before COVID-19.
Some of the scientists, are also painfully vulnerable, becoming sick themselves while carrying out their duties.
Ashok Chavan told reporters on Monday that in the meeting, the party leaders and workers from drought-hit areas will submit their feedback to the state leadership.
The fine is the latest blow to Germany’s auto industry which cannot seem to catch a break from the diesel emissions crisis.
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Former Supreme Court judges believe torture rampant in criminal justice system, some find it justified, says report
Several former Supreme Court judges believe that the practice of torturing an accused was rampant in the criminal justice system.
Rohingya crisis: Myanmar's Ministry of Information says it is prepared to take back 'verified' refugees
Myanmar is poised to begin "verifying" how many of the near half a million Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh it will take back, the Ministry of Information said Thursday, naming land and sea points in restive Rakhine state for their return