EU is planning to be prepared and not get caught off guard by crises like the sudden onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, which led to its lagging behind the US and UK in vaccinating its adults.
Bulgaria, European Union’s poorest member, is gearing up for its third parliamentary election of the year after deep divisions between the parties in parliament prevented the formation of a coalition.
Murders of reporters remain rare in Europe, but the killings of journalists in Slovakia and Malta in recent years have raised concerns about reporters’ safety in developed, democratic societies.
A total of 24 non-governmental organizations, including Oxfam and Red Cross, warned that 18 million people are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan, nearly half the population.
The stock zoomed 17.58 per cent to Rs 10.50 on the BSE. At the NSE, it rallied 19.55 per cent to Rs 10.70. Vodafone Idea had gained 2.76 per cent in the previous trade also.
Persian sacred dancer, choreographer and founder of the Dance of Oneness, Banafsheh Sayyad gives a talk on alternative therapies and the healing power of dance.
While expressing its dismay over the delay in furnishing an action plan to tackle a possible third wave, High Court asks the state government to take the issue seriously.
Since the tree was removed for road widening, there has been a growing demand for construction of a memorial to Ramji and his followers.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who is the head of the governing conservative Law and Justice party, made his comments in an interview with state news agency PAP that was published Wednesday.
Earlier this month, EU ministers debated creating a standby EU force of around 5,000 troops to deploy in crises like the one at Kabul airport.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday that the new donation to be fully delivered by the middle of next year comes on top of 250 million already pledged.
The tenor of the syndicated loan is three years and the coupon rate is LIBOR + 155 basis points per annum, the state-owned bank said in a release.
There are nearly one crore such women working under different schemes and are demanding to be recognised as full-time regular government employees
The Union Health Ministry has recently placed a purchase order with SII for 54 lakh doses of IPV vaccine.
Last year, the government had announced the scheme for the automobile and auto components sector with an outlay of Rs 57,043 crore, earmarked for five years.