China's propaganda machine sputters in zero-Covid reversal
For years, the country's propaganda apparatus hailed zero-Covid as proof of the superiority of the Communist Party's authoritarian rule and the wisdom of powerful President Xi Jinping.
Question mark on permission to China team for G20 summit
Delegates from China in particular could be restricted to come for the meetings in January, or till the impact of Covid reduces in China, said sources.
Dark clouds of global economic uncertainties may cast shadow on India's exports in 2023
All the global trade-promoting factors like political stability, movement of goods, adequate availability of containers and shipping lines, demand, and smooth banking systems are in disarray.
Adaptation plan to tackle India’s climate risks
Climate-related risks are on the rise, so companies need to upgrade operations, infrastructure and supply chains.
UK inflation slows, remains close to 11 per cent
October's annual inflation rate had stood at 11.1 per cent, the highest level since 1981, after energy prices and food bills soared across the world this year.
Once a star, Ghana battles economic crisis amid IMF bailout
Once applauded as a haven of economic stability and security in a region plagued by coups and jihadist wars, Ghana has steadily lost investor confidence as its economy slipped into crisis.
Sri Lanka's IMF bailout to wait until the new year: Finance Minister Semasinghe
Sri Lanka and the IMF agreed on a staff-level agreement to release USD 2.9 billion over 4 years - the bail-out expected in the island nation's ongoing economic crisis caused by forex shortages.
India and Germany ink mobility pact, discuss key global challenges
Earlier in a statement, the German foreign minister described India as Germany's "natural partner" and said that the country will have a decisive influence in shaping the international order.
White man's burden: Europe's special treatment of Ukrainian refugees and what that tells us
Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov calls Ukrainian refugees 'intelligent and educated' while other refugees remain 'people with unclear pasts, who could have been terrorists'.
Brexit ramps up UK food bills by GBP 6 billion: LSE study
Food prices were pushed higher by the rising cost of extra checks and requirements on EU imports, the LSE noted in the report.
Shehbaz Sharif accuses Imran Khan of ruining Pakistan through agitation
Shehbaz, who is on a visit to the UK said that defeat is for those who are participating in the long march, reported Geo News.
ASEAN leaders struggle for answers to Myanmar crisis
The Myanmar crisis dominated the first day of a summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regional bloc in Phnom Penh that US President Joe Biden will join on Saturday.
Ukraine war's environmental toll to take years to clean up
Moscow's attacks on fuel depots have released toxins into the air and groundwater, threatening biodiversity, climate stability and the health of the population.
Migration crisis: Only elderly inhabit 20 Gadag hamlets in Karnataka
The displacement of working men and women is rapidly increasing in Shirahatti, Mundargi and Lakshmeshwar taluks as there are no jobs, even under MGNREGA.
Mideast at risk of climate-induced food, water scarcity: report
Middle East is warming nearly twice as fast as the global average, making its food and water supplies "extremely vulnerable" to climate change
UK's new finance chief scraps 'nearly all' government tax cut plans in humiliation for PM Truss
Truss had already staged two embarrassing budget U-turns, scrapping tax cuts for the richest earners and on company profits.
AP bank officials booked for selling unpledged land
According to Jagayyapet inspector BV Rama Rao, complainant Devarapalle John Paul took loan for house construction at Markendeya Bajar in the town from SBI Nandigama in 2015.
Bankrupt Sri Lanka's deposed president 'to return home'
The former president had a 90-day visa to remain in Thailand, but opted to return with his wife, a bodyguard and another aide, the official said.
India won't go the Pakistan, Sri Lanka way: Ex RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan
According to Rajan, low foreign debt and high foreign exchange reserves make Indian economy resilient.
Sri Lankan Army rejects claim that it fired directly at protesters during violence at President's residence
Thousands of irate anti-government protesters on Saturday stormed into embattled President Rajapaksa's official residence after breaking the barricades.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test