December 03, 2023 04:06 (IST)
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PM Modi participates in COP-28 Presidency’s session on 'Transforming Climate Finance' | Antony Blinken calls for Iraq to protect US installations | Several hostages, including grandfather and a kindergarten teacher, killed in Hamas captivity | Counting day for Mizoram assembly election changed to Dec 4 | Mysterious White Lung Syndrome spreads globally, cases reported in US, Denmark, Netherlands

Xi Jinping meets Kazakh Prez

Beijing/UNI: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday met with his Kazakh counterpart Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, who is in Beijing to attend the third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.

Wanted Pakistani national faces deportation from US to Brazil

The Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) New York City apprehended an international fugitive, who is a Pakistani national, wanted by Brazilian authorities for prosecution in Brazil for the crime of active corruption of a public official.

China hands over first batch of quake aid to Afghanistan at Kabul event

Kabul: The handover ceremony for China's first batch of quake-relief materials for Afghanistan was held on Sunday in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.

Pakistan's anti-narcotics force seizes over 100 kg of drugs

Islamabad: Pakistan's Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) conducted multiple operations in different areas of the country, seizing over 100 kg of drugs and arresting three smugglers, the ANF said on Monday.

Uyghur inmates in a Chinese prison forced to work for 12-14 hours in vast fields

A large number of Uyghur inmates in Xinjiang's Keriye Prison are forced to work for  12-14 hours a day in vast fields of red dates called jujubes, media reports said.

Afghanistan refugees claim their houses were destroyed by Pakistan Army

Pakistani-Afghan refugees have claimed Pakistani Army personnel have destroyed their houses to force them to leave the country.

Pakistan: Islamabad's judicial system is overwhelmed as pending criminal cases exceed 18,000

Islamabad's judicial system is overwhelmed as the pendency of criminal cases in the Pakistani capital city has exceeded 18,000, with a majority of the suspects going scot-free as a result of archaic laws, weak prosecution, and flawed investigation, media reports said.

Pakistan: Locals forces to announce complete shutdown as Gwadar continues to face drinking water shortage

Pakistan's Gwadar City is facing a severe drinking water shortage, forcing citizens of the region to announce a complete shutdown to draw attention to the current situation.

Sri Lanka forced to enter yet another loan agreement with China amid rising debt crisis

Sri Lanka, a nation that faced a massive economic crisis in recent times, has struck an agreement with the Export-Import (Exim) Bank of China to manage approximately $4.2 billion of the nation’s mounting debt, media reports said.

East Turkistan: Uyghurs condemn 74th anniversary of China’s invasion

The East Turkistan Government in Exile has urged the international community to formally recognize East Turkistan as an occupied country and even take steps to address the ongoing genocide and crimes against humanity perpetrated by China, media reports said.

More than 2,000 in Pakistan prisoned over blasphemy cases, Senate body told

A Pakistani parliamentary body was recently informed that  215 individuals had been arrested under blasphemy charges with the highest number of arrests made in Sindh.

Saudi Arabian authorities retrieve 12,000 fake passports from Afghan nationals

Saudi Arabian officials have revealed they retrieved 12,000 fake passports from Afghan nationals.

Pakistan: Government employees' pen-down strike enters fourth day

The Punjab government department's pen-down strike continued as employees said they would not resume their tasks until their demands were met.

Israel-Gaza crisis: IDF says top Hamas commander Bilal al Qadr killed

The Israel Defense Forces on Sunday said top Hamas commander Bilal al Qadr has been killed.

Pakistan: Six terrorists killed, one army personnel dies during operation in North Waziristan

A Pakistani Army soldier died and six terrorists were killed during an operation conducted in Pakistan's North Waziristan district, media reports said on Sunday.