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Blaze sweeps large slum in Bangladesh capital2021-06-08
A devastating fire swept through one of the largest slums in Bangladesh capital Dhaka, destroying at least 100 shanties on early Monday.
APEC trade ministers unite on fast flow of COVID-19 vaccines, related goods2021-06-06
APEC trade ministers have committed to speeding up the cross-border flow of vaccines and related goods to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
139991167_16229378299801n.jpg Death toll from adverse weather in Sri Lanka rises to 10, nearly 220,000 affected2021-06-06
Death toll from adverse weather in Sri Lanka rises to 10, nearly 220,000 affected
139985447_16226777623811n_????.jpg Sri Lanka halts towing burnt X Press Pearl ship2021-06-03
Sri Lanka halts towing burnt X Press Pearl ship
Pakistan, Tajikistan agree to further deepen relations in diverse fields2021-06-03
Pakistan and Tajikistan agreed here Wednesday to further deepen their bilateral relations in diverse fields with a special focus on promoting trade and economic cooperation, said a joint declaration issued by the Prime Minister Office of Pakistan.
Second wave of COVID-19 is erasing signs of economic recovery in India2021-06-03
India's GDP growth for the financial year 2020-21 was revised to -7.3 percent from -8 percent, as the country registered a 1.6-percent economic growth in the January-March quarter, according to government data released recently.
Australia reconsiders mandatory vaccines for aged care workers after Melbourne's COVID-19 outbreak2021-06-01
The Australian government is reconsidering making coronavirus vaccines mandatory for aged care workers.
India's most populous Uttar Pradesh state eases COVID-19 lockdown2021-05-31
India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh on Sunday announced an ease of its COVID-19 lockdown measures, including allowing shops to open on weekdays.
Sri Lanka continues fire fighting efforts onboard X-Press Pearl vessel2021-05-28
The Sri Lanka Navy on Thursday said it was extinguishing the flames on board the X-Press Pearl ship which caught fire near the Colombo Port on May 20.
India's cases of black fungus spike to 11,717, adding woes to ongoing COVID-19 fight2021-05-27
The Indian government on Wednesday said the country has recorded 11,717 cases of mucormycosis or black fungus, according to the federal minister for chemicals and fertilizers D. V. Sadananda Gowda.
Japanese PM pledges Tokyo Olympics will be held2021-05-14
Japan's Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide pledged on Thursday that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics would be held as scheduled this summer.
1620267057(1).png Third wave of COVID-19 inevitable in India, says principal scientific advisor2021-05-06
Third wave of COVID-19 inevitable in India, says principal scientific advisor
Moderate quake jolts eastern Indonesia2021-05-05
A 5.7 magnitude quake struck off North Maluku province in eastern Indonesia earlier Wednesday, the meteorology and geophysics agency said.
139921213_16199976193581n_????.jpg Pakistan to suspend entry of pedestrians from Afghanistan, Iran through land border crossings amid COVID-192021-05-03
Pakistan to suspend entry of pedestrians from Afghanistan, Iran through land border crossings amid COVID-19
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