Moscow [Russia], September 2 (ANI): Russia hailed India for thwarting any attempts by the Western nations to involve New Delhi in imposing sanctions on Russian energy purchases. This comes as External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has struck back several times at the Western nations for the unfair criticism of oil purchases from Russia amid the Ukraine war.
Peshawar [Pakistan], September 2 (ANI): As relief efforts for Pakistan flood victims continue, women and their needs have taken a backseat as many of them are forced to live under an open sky and feminine hygiene products and toilets are not a part of the conversation about relief items.
New Delhi [India ], September 2 (ANI): Polish Ambassador to India, Adam Burakowski said that Poland is against any violation of international orders and laws as Russian aggression in Ukraine entered the seventh month and in the wake of a military standoff between India and China at a number of friction points in eastern Ladakh for over two years.
Abu Dhabi [UAE], September 2 (ANI): External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar on Friday met UAE President Mohamed bin Zayed al Nahyan and thanked him for his guidance in taking bilateral Comprehensive Strategic Partnership to greater heights.
Islamabad [Pakistan], September 2 (ANI): Owing to rising food and energy prices in Pakistan, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in the country has surged to a nearly 49-year high of 27.3 per cent in August, media reports said citing official data.
Beijing [China], September 2 (ANI): As China's "crime against humanity" in Xinjiang lay exposed in the recent UN report, Rushan Abbas, an Uyghur American activist hoped that the U.N. will use its influence and position to advocate for the freedom of all the innocent Uyghurs.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa [Pakistan], September 2 (ANI): Amid rising cases of blasphemy in Pakistan, one security personnel was sent to judicial remand in Battagram district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on the charges of making anti-Islamic remarks during an altercation with employees of the district police officer's offices on Friday.
Bali [Indonesia], September 2 (ANI): Union Education and Skill Development Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday held a series of meetings with his counterparts of Indonesia, Australia, besides a one-on-one meeting with Stefania Giannini, ADG, UNESCO in Bali, on furthering the Education 2030 agenda.
London [UK], September 2 (ANI): London police said on Friday an unattended bag in Heathrow Airport's Terminal 2, which prompted an evacuation, was deemed not to be suspicious, adding the incident had been stood down.
Colombo [Sri Lanka], September 2 (ANI): Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Gopal Baglay on Friday handed over a statue of Maitri Buddha brought from India to Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe.
Islamabad [Pakistan], September 2 (ANI): Over the past few weeks, torrential monsoon rains have broken a century-long record and dumped more than five times the 30-year average for rainfall in some provinces, killing more than 1200 people, including about 400 children.
Islamabad [Pakistan], September 2 (ANI): Following heavy rains and floods in Pakistan, close to five billion people are at risk of various diseases and medical experts and organizations have warned that medicines worth over a billion rupee are immediately needed in the affected areas.
Beijing [China], September 2 (ANI): In view of a recent UN report that exposed severe human rights violations in China's Xinjiang, Gulbahar Haitiwaji became the first Uyghur woman to write a memoir about her gory experience inside the detention facilities in the region.
Lhasa [Tibet], September 2 (ANI): The sudden COVID outbreak in Tibet has stirred the Communist Party of China which has taken strict measures in the region, including some very suspicious ones as well, which has resulted in adversely affecting the lives of the Tibetans.
Tokyo [Japan], September 2 (ANI): Japanese railways will mark its 150th anniversary in October this year. Ever since the inception of the Japanese railways, the economy of the country developed to a great extent.
Islamabad [Pakistan], September 2 (ANI): At least 1,186 people have died from the floods in Pakistan, leaving affected residents angry at the lack of help being provided to them as this natural disaster disrupts life and pose threat to food security and the economy.