The universities in Afghanistan yet did not open their doors for the students. Taliban-led administration cited economic crisis and co-ed education as the reasons behind this.
Taliban again came up with another restriction for Afghan women, as per which, a woman would not be offered a transport service unless she is being accompanied by a male relative.
Taliban made another weird announcement, asking the shopkeepers of the cloth shops to behead the mannequins, highlighting that they violate Islamic rules.
Basseterre: Prime Minister of St Kitts & Nevis met with the High Commissioner of India, K. J. Srinivasa and Honorary Consul of India to St Kitts and Nevis, Ramesh Mulkanoor. The officials of both countries held fruitful discussions to...
During a press briefing on Friday, World Health Organisation called on the countries to prioritise vaccinating the vulnerable population with booster shots. WHO officials also recommended administering the Pzifer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children between the age group of 5...
World is witnessing a soaring case of the contagious COVID-19 virus. As per the data gathered by WHO - World Health Organisation previous week, more than 21 million COVID-19 infections were recorded, which is the highest figure since the...
Saint John's: During his address in the Parliament on January 20, 2022, the Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda, Sir Rodney Williams, appreciated the efforts of the Indian Government for sticking and assisting the island country in its COVID-19 response. He...
Trinidad and Tobago: On Sunday morning, India’s legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar breathed her last. Many prominent leaders expressed condolences and remembered the late singer. The leader of the opposition, Kamla Persad Bissessar, also took a moment to express the sadness...
Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit received a courtesy call from the Indian Ambassador to the Commonwealth of Dominica Arun Kumar Sahu, on April 8.
President Dr Irfaan Ali, together with a high-level cabinet team, met with a group of Indian investors led by legendary Indian cricketer Kapil Dev.