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2022-08-04 00:00:00

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Spain's King Felipe declares his wealth, owns art, antiques but no house

Spain s King Felipe VI has disclosed that his wealth is worth about 2.6 million euros 2.8 million in a move to make the Royal House more transparent and end the opaqueness that prevailed during the reign of his father Juan Carlos.The king s assets include just under 2.3 million euros in checking or savings accounts and securities, and he currently owns art, antiques and jewelry with a value of more than 305,000 euros, a statement released by the Royal House showed.It ...


2022-08-04 00:00:00

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Those who offend China will be punished : China as Pelosi visits Taiwan

Taiwan struck a defiant tone Wednesday as it hosted US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, with a furious China gearing up for military exercises dangerously close to the island s shores in retaliation for the visit.Pelosi landed in Taiwan on Tuesday despite a series of increasingly stark threats from Beijing, ...


2022-08-02 00:00:00

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Rishi Sunak, trailing in UK PM race, vows 20 cut to income tax in 7 years

Rishi Sunak, trailing in the race to become the next UK prime minister, committed to reducing personal taxes by 20 within seven years in a move he described as the largest cut to income tax in three decades. The announcement comes at a critical juncture in the race to succeed Boris ...


2022-08-02 00:00:00

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Ukraine vows to fight to the end in Mariupol as ultimatum expires

Ukraine on Sunday vowed to fight to the end in Mariupol after a Russian ultimatum expired for remaining forces to surrender in the Black Sea port city where Moscow is pushing for a major strategic victory. The city still has not fallen, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said hours after Moscow ...


2022-07-26 00:00:00

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Ukraine works to resume grain exports, flags Russian strikes as risk

Ukraine pressed ahead on Sunday with efforts to restart grain exports from its Black Sea ports under a deal aimed at easing global food shortages but warned deliveries would suffer if a Russian missile strike on Odesa was a sign of more to come.President Volodymyr Zelenskiy denounced Saturday s ...


2022-07-18 00:00:00

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UK PM race: Rishi Sunak and four remaining candidates clash in first TV debate

The five remaining Conservative candidates to become Britain s next prime minister clashed Friday night over tax and honesty in politics in their first TV debate, as they fight to make an eventual two person run off.The 90 minute debate the first chance in the days old contest for both ...


2022-07-18 00:00:00

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Nine shot dead in Indonesia s restive Papua say police

Nine people were shot dead in Indonesia s easternmost region of Papua in an attack believed to be perpetrated by armed separatists, police said on Saturday.Police in the provincial capital of Jayapura told local media the incident, the deadliest in recent years, occurred on Saturday morning in the remote ...


2022-07-18 00:00:00

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Macau extends city wide lockdown amid struggle to contain Covid 19

Macau will extend a city wide shutdown as the gaming hub struggles to contain its worst ever Covid 19 outbreak, prolonging the plight of casinos which are burning through millions of dollars every day and earning no revenue.All non essential businesses are required to remain close through July 22, authorities said ...


2022-07-17 00:00:00

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Canadian police identify vehicle used by killers of Ripudaman Singh Malik

nbsp;Police investigating the gangland style homicide of 75 year old Ripudaman Singh Malik on Thursday, have identified the vehicle that was used by his killers.The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team IHIT released a video on Friday of a white Honda vehicle which appeared in the area a little while before ...


2022-07-17 00:00:00

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Canada to restart random Covid tests for international arrivals including from India

The Canadian government is re introducing Covid 19 testing related measures at four major airports in the country from Tuesday, for international travellers, including those coming from India.Starting on July 19, it will revive mandatory random testing for international passengers arriving at the airports in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary.That ...


2022-07-15 00:00:00

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UN chief on Sri Lanka crisis Important that protestors grievances addressed

As the crisis in Sri Lanka worsens, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Thursday said that he is following the situation in the island nation very closely . Urging all party leaders to embrace the spirit of compromise for a peaceful and democratic transition , the UN chief said that the ...


2022-07-15 00:00:00

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Italy govt in crisis may fall after ally backs out of trust vote: Report

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi s coalition government appeared close to collapse on Thursday after the 5 Star Movement, one of its members, said it would not take part in a parliamentary confidence vote.Other coalition parties have warned that they will quit the government if 5 Star boycotts the vote in ...


2022-07-15 00:00:00

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North Korea backs independence of breakaway regions in Ukraine

North Korea has become one of the few nations in the world to recognize the independence of two Russian backed separatist regions in eastern Ukraine in support of Russia s war against its neighbor.Ukraine s Foreign Ministry cut off diplomatic ties with North Korea in response and condemned Pyongyang ...


2022-07-12 00:00:00

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Sri Lankas president cabinet set to resign central bank governor to stay

Sri Lanka s President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and the entire cabinet will resign to make way for a unity government, the prime minister s office said on Monday, after tens of thousands of protesters stormed the official residences of both men.After Saturday s sweeping protests in the wake of a ...


2022-07-12 00:00:00

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Political economy of inflation across advanced economies

nbsp;The first of this two part data journalism series looked at various aspects of inflation in advanced countries and underlined the differences between inflation in the US and Euro area economies. This part will look at the political economy around inflation in this region. Whether or not an aggressive ...


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Former legislator, President J&K JDU call on Lt Governor

nbsp;Former legislator, Sh Surinder Ambardar, and President J amp;K Janta Dal United JDU , ...


CS reviews functioning of Culture Department

The Chief Secretary, Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta today chaired a meeting to review the functioning ...


JK reports 739 fresh positive cases, 456930 recovered

The nbsp;Government today informed that 739 fresh nbsp;positive cases of novel Corona virus COVID 19 ...


DIPR Jammu joins Green J&K Campaign

Department of Information and Public Relations DIPR , in collaboration with Department of Floriculture Jammu, today ...



Delegation of All J&K Pasmanda Tabkajat Federation call on Lt Governor

Delegations of All J amp;K Pasmanda Tabkajat Federation, Dalit Janjagrat Mission and Innovator from ...


Amarnath Yatra again stops amid bad weather

The Amarnath Yatra was temporarily suspended from both Pahalgam and Baltal routes due to inclement ...


Illegal connection, theft is the cancer of electricity system and I urge citizens to launch a sustained campaign against it: LG

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today expressed gratitude towards the Government of India and Hon ble ...


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