An IMF delegation will arrive in Sri Lanka on Monday to discuss a rescue proposal, but time is running out for a country that is just days away from running out of fuel and months away from receiving
After weeks of silence, Russia attacks Kyiv once more, and Vladimir Putin threatens the West about missile supply
Russia fired missiles at Kyiv for the first time in more than a month, and President Vladimir Putin threatened that if western nations supplied Ukraine with longer-range missiles, he would hit new
Amid a severe foreign exchange crisis, the Sri Lankan Cabinet has accepted a 500 million dollar loan from the Exim Bank of India for the purchase of petroleum supplies. As the government grapples
The Indian Consulate in Shanghai has announced the suspension of in-person consular services as China’s gleaming business hub with 26 million people struggling with mounting COVID-19 cases, putting
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday said that India can mediate between Moscow and Kyiv as the peace talks between the two counties failed to come up with solutions yet to end the war.
The US Congress passed a huge omnibus 2022 spending bill Thursday including almost $14 billion in humanitarian and military aid to war-torn Ukraine, as its invasion by Russia entered its third week.
Alphabet Inc’s Google confirmed on Sunday it has temporarily disabled in Ukraine some Google Maps tools which provide live information about traffic conditions and how busy different places
Google Doodle pays tribute to Michiaki Takahashi, Japanese virologist who developed the first vaccine against chickenpox
The Google Doodle on February 17 marks the 94th birth anniversary of Dr Michiaki Takahashi, the Japanese virologist who developed the first vaccine against chickenpox. The Google Doodle,
President Joe Biden on Tuesday said the US has not yet verified” Russia’s claim that some of its forces have withdrawn from the Ukraine border and said an invasion of Ukraine remains a
Disruptions in basic health services such as vaccination programmes and treatment of diseases like AIDS were reported in 92% of 129 countries, a World Health Organization survey on the impact of the