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PM Roosevelt Skerrit to participate in CARICOM and CELAC meeting, focus on enhancing development

Dominica: The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit...

Russian National Faces Trial for Cyberattack on Local Power Plant Resulting in Blackout

The charges against the hacker include the unlawful exploitation of his "official position" to access computer information stored on vital information infrastructure, indicating a possible insider involvement with the targeted power plant

Russian Authorities Demand Secret Funeral for Navalny, Facing Backlash

According to Navalny's spokeswoman, Kira Yarmysh, authorities demanded that Navalny's mother agree to a secret funeral for her son within three hours, or else they would proceed to bury him at the prison where he died

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PM Roosevelt Skerrit to participate in CARICOM and CELAC meeting, focus on enhancing development

Dominica: The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit is all set to take active participation in the 46th regular meeting of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM)...

Russian National Faces Trial for Cyberattack on Local Power Plant Resulting in Blackout

The charges against the hacker include the unlawful exploitation of his "official position" to access computer information stored on vital information infrastructure, indicating a possible insider involvement with the targeted power plant

Russian Authorities Demand Secret Funeral for Navalny, Facing Backlash

According to Navalny's spokeswoman, Kira Yarmysh, authorities demanded that Navalny's mother agree to a secret funeral for her son within three hours, or else they would proceed to bury him at the prison where he died

Kremlin Bans Dostoyevsky, Oscar Wilde, Stephen King, and More Over Alleged LGBTQ+ Propaganda

President Vladimir Putin's regime has long been criticized for its stance on LGBTQ+ rights, with the signing of a law banning the promotion of non-traditional sexual relations, pedophilia, and gender reassignment

Russia Withdraws from 1956 Fishing Agreement with Britain Amidst Heightened Tensions

The accord, brokered during the era of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, permitted British fishing vessels access to prized fishing grounds in the Barents Sea and along the coast of the Kola Peninsula and Kolguev Island

Russia and China surpass trade target, achieving $218 Billion in bilateral trade ahead of schedule

The successful surpassing of the trade target is a result of strategic planning and collaborative efforts by both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping

Russian Suspension of Nuclear Weapons Decommissioning Agreement with Japan Raises Concerns

Russia has formally suspended a crucial cooperation agreement with Japan concerning the decommissioning of Russian nuclear weapons

TTP Commander, two other terrorists killed in Dara Adam Khel area

The security forces in the Dara Adam Khel area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has killed banned outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander Zafar Khan along with his two group members during an Intelligence based operation (IBO) on Sunday.

‘Students that are not related to immigration-fraud will not face deportation’, Minister Fraser

The Immigration, refugees and the Citizenship Minister of Canada, Sean Fraser, bringing relief for the Indian students facing deportation from Canada, said that the international students who are not part of  the immigration-related fraud will not going to face deportation.

India: Seafood exports reaches all time high during FY 2022-23

The Indian seafood exports have achieved an all time high in 2022-23. It is to be noted that the overall gradation has been determined on the basis of volume and value.

Zhemgang in Bhutan’s Trong Gewog brims with life after inauguration of Gyalsey Dumra

The town of Zhemgang in Bhutan’s Trong Gewog is brimming with life following the inauguration of a recreational park, Gyalsey Dumra.

There’s larger underlying issue about space given to separatists & its not good for ties: Jaishankar

The Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar on Thursday has expressed his concern over the reports of a parade float in the Brampton city of Canada celebrating the assassination of the former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and said that, “There is a larger underlying issue about the space which is given to separatists and it is not good for ties.”

North zone areas of Gilgit-Baltistan becomes hub for expired, substandard & injurious items

Noting to the growing spike in the black-marketing and involvement of mafias, the north-zone areas of Gilgit-Baltistan have become a hub for expired, substandard and injurious items.

J&K Chief Secretary Arun Mehta takes overview of arrangements for Amarnath Yatra, 2023

The Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir, Arun Kumar Mehta, held a meeting with civil administration and police officials on Wednesday to take idea of the arrangements for the upcoming Amarnath Yatra, 2023.

PM Modi to address Joint Meeting of US Congress on June 22

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi on Tuesday has extended that he is really honoured on accepting the invitation and looks ahead on addressing the joint meeting of the US Congress on June 22.

BSF shot down another Pakistani drone at Wagah-Attari border

The Border Security Force (BSF) has shot down another Pakistani drone, which was carrying the narcotics near the Wagah-Attari international border in the Punjab’s Amritsar.

2 Pakistani troops killed in gunfight in North Waziristan

Two Pakistani troops were killed in a gunfire with militants in the tribal region of North Waziristan, which is part of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

Bhaderwah has came up as the Lavender capital of India and agri StartUp destination: Minster Singh

“Bhaderwah has came up as the Lavender capital of India and agri StartUp destination,” the following statement has been made by the Union Minister of State, Jitendra Singh on Sunday.

PM Drew extends condolences over Odisha train crash leaving nearly 300 dead and thousands injured

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, has extended grief over the horrific train crash that has taken place in Odisha, India on Friday.

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