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Archive : February 2, 2022

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BANGLADESH ELECTED CHAIR OF UN PEACEBUILDING COMMISSION
February 2 ,2022
File photo: Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the United Nations Rabab Fatima spoke at the UN General Assembly in New York, G...
THREE PEOPLE KILLED IN TWO SHOOTINGS AT US SCHOOLS
February 2 ,2022
People hug as South Education Center Academy students and local activists participate in a candlelight vigil for the...
MYANMAR SHADOW GOVT NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
February 2 ,2022
Myanmar's self-proclaimed shadow government has been nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize, the Norwegian lawmaker behind the propos...
INDIA ALLOCATES ₹200 CR AID FOR AFGHANISTAN
February 2 ,2022
India on Tuesday allocated ₹200 crore as aid for Afghanistan in its budget for 2022-23, signalling New Delhi's continuing commitment to...
US reminds India it’s showtime
February 2 ,2022
Pegasus, ‘ultimate spyware’ from Israel, is back in news cycle Pegasus, CAATSA, Nagaland — prime facie, they&rsq...
Russia and China - lessons in avenging national humiliatio...
February 2 ,2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin with Chinese President Xi Jinping during their meeting in Brazil in 2019. PHOTO: REUTERS The...
No reason for Ukraine war fears, China tells UN meeting
February 2 ,2022
A Ukrainian serviceman walks in a trench at a frontline position in the Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine, on Monday. Photo: AP Ther...
Saudi Arabia moves to redefine law governing its flag
February 2 ,2022
Saudi Arabia is inching towards changes to the royal decree that governs its national anthem and green flag, which is inscribed with Is...
China selling armed drones to stealthy strategic effect
February 2 ,2022
China's Caihong-5 armed drones are for sale on global markets. Photo: Xinhua Algeria and Egypt are the latest nations slated to re...
Defence procurement gets Budget boost, Modi govt hikes cap...
February 2 ,2022
Representational image for the Indian Army | File photo: ANI New Delhi: In a major fillip to the defence sector, Finance Mini...
More Chinese food aid bound for distressed Afghanistan
February 2 ,2022
Train with around 500 tonnes of wheat, sugar, cooking oil and potato processing equipment prepares to leave Xinjiang for Afghanistan....
Turkiye, Maldives to boost trade volume to $100M in two ye...
February 2 ,2022
Climate change is another common concern between Turkiye and the Maldives, and the two countries have signed a cooperation agreement...
UN renews call for arms embargo against Myanmar military
February 2 ,2022
Myanmar Army armoured vehicles drive past a street after they seized power in a coup in Mandalay, Myanmar February 2, 2021. (Reuters)...
Indian leadership showed 'Specific Interest' in Pegasus, p...
February 2 ,2022
Narendra Modi and Benjamin Netanyahu on the beach at Haifa in July 2017. Photo: Kobi Gideon/Israeli government office handout via Reu...
India leans towards Russia at UNSC neeting on Ukraine
February 2 ,2022
A general view during a meeting of the U.N. Security Council on the situation between Russia and Ukraine, at the United Nations Headq...
Sri Lanka repays debtors as citizens go hungry
February 2 ,2022
A street food vendor sets up his stall and waits for customers at Galle Face promenade in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Jan 1, 2022. PH...
How Modi govt has given legal sanction to cryptocurrencies...
February 2 ,2022
Representational image | A collection of bitcoin, litecoin and ethereum tokens | Photo: Chris Ratcliffe | Bloomberg New Delhi:&nbs...
Who legally authorises data interception & on what grounds...
February 2 ,2022
Illustration: Ramandeep Kaur | ThePrint Team New Delhi: In India, there is no judicial oversight over how the government inte...
Indian tycoon Agarwal seeks JVs for $15bn chip and display...
February 2 ,2022
Indian commodity tycoon Anil Agarwal is making a foray into building a tech supply chain in the country. (Source photos by AP an...
Yangon calm masks Myanmar's pain 1 year after military tak...
February 2 ,2022
Myanmar's Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, who leads the country, is facing resistance from a fractured -- and increasingly armed...