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Dhaka Tribune
 
  Amid protest demonstrations, the Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) government has raised the subsidised wheat price from Rs20 to Rs36 per kilogram. As per a notification issued by the GB food department on Thursday, the new rate will come into effect...
  Amid protest demonstrations, the Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) government has raised the subsidised wheat price from Rs20 to Rs36 per kilogram. As per a notification issued by the GB food department on Thursday, the new rate will come into effect...
  Pakistan confirmed Friday that India officially demanded the extradition of Hafiz Saeed, a hardline Pakistani cleric suspected of involvement in terrorist attacks on Indian soil. Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch...
  The Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC), one of the groups organising the Baloch protest march in Islamabad, on Thursday issued a seven-day ultimatum to the government to meet all its demands or the movement would put forth its case before the...
  An inquiry has been initiated against the police officials on the Pakistan government’s order to take disciplinary action against those found responsible following a complaint by the Afghan Embassy that some Afghans, who are living...
Foreign companies doing business in China are sending shockwaves through the economy. In a surprising economic shift, China has witnessed a substantial downturn in foreign investment, reaching a near four-year low of $7.5 billion in November,...
In a remarkable feat, India has witnessed an extraordinary surge in defence exports during the fiscal year 2022-23, reaching an unprecedented revenue milestone of approximately Rs 16,000 crore. This accomplishment marks a strategic reorientation...
  Published annually by the United States Department of State, the latest edition of its Country Reports on Terrorism, covering the year 2022. The statistics which have the most significance for India, are the ones relating to Pakistan which...
  Pakistani caretaker PM Anwarul Haq Kakkar aspires to define the acme of lunacy and his latest statement on Kashmir in Muzaffarabad, Pakistani Kashmir, a repressed colony of Pakistan, was both ironic yet a comic delight for the attendees....
  The Taliban government in Afghanistan, which remains internationally unrecognized, is going ahead with plans to build dams on major rivers as a source of hydel power, to provide irrigation facilities so that farmers in several...
  Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and shared concerns regarding terrorism, violence, the loss of civilian lives and the situation in West...
  The first visit to India by the Sultan of Oman is significant for several reasons. It has been long since Oman has sent such a high level dignitary and it signals seriousness on the part of both countries to put relations on an even keel....
  Beijing’s top political adviser Wang Huning has urged Chinese Christian groups to ensure “strict” management of religious affairs, seen as the latest effort by the ruling Communist Party to tighten controls on organised...
  India signing a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) with Oman is a harbinger of India’s success in making inroads in the Middle East. There has been a major turnaround in India’s Gulf policy as earlier it was...
  China’s stocks are heading for an unprecedented third straight year of losses, as the world’s second-largest market reels from a slew of setbacks ranging from flopped reopening trade to faltering growth and unprecedented...
  The chairs of two bipartisan congressional panels are urging America’s top diplomat to impose sanctions on Hong Kong and Chinese officials involved in issuing arrest warrants and bounties last week on five opposition figures in the...
  Highlighting the accomplishments of Indian diplomacy, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar asserted that New Delhi has effectively cultivated relationships with multiple and often competing powers, calling it a “significant”...
  The US Air Force has been planning to reclaim the Pacific Island airfield – the same place from where they once launched atomic bombs on Japan – and bring it back into commission as it takes steps for broadening its basing...
Advocating the necessity to counter cross-border terrorism, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar emphasized that India has grappled with this issue since its independence, taking a pointed jab at Pakistan. Jaishankar underlined the 26/11...
Buddhism had an influence that went beyond religion. Bhutan’s art, architecture, and even government were influenced by it, Bhutan Live reported. A pillar of Bhutanese society, the concept of Gross National Happiness reflects the Buddhist...
  As the Indian Army and agencies work hard to end the scourge of terrorism from Kashmir, the book, ‘Terror Financing in Kashmir’ authored by Abhinav Pandya released recently delves deep into the intricacies of how terror funds...
  Students from China and the US have been traveling between the two countries for decades, playing an important role in cultivating people-to-people ties between the world’s top two economies. However, rising tension between Beijing...
  The Baloch Yakjehti Committee (Islamabad) has accused the Pakistani authorities of adopting a fascist attitude towards the Baloch. It said that Islamabad police have conducted a crackdown on the long march and kept hundreds of youths,...
Pakistan has let out its worst-kept secret that the top mujahideen personnel of its anti-Russian and, later, anti-US campaigns in Afghanistan, some of whom are Taliban now in power, carried the privileged ‘green’ Pakistani passports....
  Central Tibetan Administration spokesperson Tenzin Lekshay hailed the European Parliament resolution on the abduction of Tibetan children and forced assimilation practises through Chinese boarding schools in Tibet. He also said that the...
  Taiwan is grappling with a surge of disinformation from China in the run-up to a critical election, prompting robust efforts to counter false narratives, CNN reported. As Covid-19 misinformation circulated, Taiwanese fact-checking...
  Hong Kong police have offered million-dollar bounties for information leading to the arrest of five overseas-based activists, as part of a crackdown on dissent under a China-imposed national security law. The move, which adds to a list of...
  Hong Kong police have offered million-dollar bounties for information leading to the arrest of five overseas-based activists, as part of a crackdown on dissent under a China-imposed national security law. The move, which adds to a list of...
  In an interview with FRANCE 24, the president of the Tibetan government-in-exile warned that Tibet is “dying a slow death”. Penpa Tsering said that Chinese government policies are aimed at the “eradication” of...
  China’s economy will slow next year, with annual growth falling to 4.5% from 5.2% this year despite a recent recovery spurred by investments in factories and construction and in demand for services, the World Bank said in a report...

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