Month: August 2022

India-Pakistan trade soars in June quarter despite curbs | Mint – Mint

The development comes amid Pakistan showing a willingness to resume trade with India, albeit for essential items. While Indian exports to Pakistan were led by sugar and pharmaceuticals in the three months ended 30 June, tankers accounted for 98% of India’s imports from the neighbouring nation Trade with Pakistan, with which India shares an uneasy …

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Russia’s Occupation of Nuclear Plant Gives Moscow a New Way to Intimidate – The New York Times

AdvertisementSupported byNews AnalysisPresident Vladimir V. Putin of Russia appears to be using the facility to scare Ukraine’s leaders and warn the West to stay out of the conflict.Send any friend a storyAs a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share.By David E. SangerAs international nuclear inspectors …

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U.N. Ocean Treaty Talks Aimed at Protecting Marine Wildlife End in Failure – Democracy Now!

Did you know that you can get Democracy Now! delivered to your inbox every day? Sign up for our Daily News Digest today! Don’t worry, we’ll never share or sell your information.Here in New York, a fifth round of talks aimed at protecting the world’s marine wildlife has ended in failure. On Saturday, negotiations on …

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What next for Boris Johnson? – Pakistan Today

LONDON: Following a spectacular fall from grace and power, speculation is rife about what outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will do next.Will he plot a comeback from the backbenches in parliament or cash in and wreak revenge as a political pundit?Johnson, 58, famously signed off his final performance as prime minister in the House …

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Political commitment to upgradation of health infrastructure – Pakistan Today

There is some profuse economic development in Pakistan. Still, this growth rate of economic development is not possible without an increase in the standard living of the people. Experts also admit that the quality of life will be high only when people get health facilities, and if people across the country do not have access …

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Imran Khan warns Pakistan could turn into Sri Lanka if vote theft continues – Business Standard

Topics Imran Khan | sri lanka | Pakistan IANS  |  Lahore  Last Updated at July 22, 2022 18:08 IST https://mybs.in/2ax94eB Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned of serious and dire consequences if political horse-trading and theft of votes, aimed at stealing the mandate of his party's candidate in the Punjab elections for the …

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‘Each passing day life is becoming unbearable’: How Putin’s war in Ukraine is wreaking economic havoc from Pakistan to Sri Lanka and destabilizing governments worldwide – Fortune

Chinthamba Gama, who runs a small business in the African country of Malawi that is involved in fish farming, raising livestock, and growing crops like maize, chilies, and beans, is more than ready for Russia’s war on Ukraine to end. “I hope that by the grace of God, something will happen,” he told Fortune.Gama can’t …

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Hadiqa urges joint-action to provide relief to flood victims – Daily Times

Daily Times Your right to know Tuesday, August 30, 2022 Lifestyle Staff ReportAugust 28, 2022 Singer and songwriter Hadiqa Kiani on Saturday called for joint action to help those affected by floods currently ravaging the country. “Now is not the time to criticise each other. Instead, we should all work together to deal with the …

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India-Pakistan, Decoded: An imperfect rivalry governed by politics – Cricket.com

Sports and politics are inseparable and cricket is not an exception to this theory. From Mahatma Gandhi’s abrasion towards the Pentangular tournament to the D’Oliveira affair, political events have often taken centre stage at the expense of actual cricket. If any political conundrum has had its longest impact on the sport, it is the Indian partition …

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