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Decades of crippling debt, drought and falling income have hit India‘s countryside hard and left the future of Indian farming in jeopardy. Recently, thousands of Indian farmers are demanding government intervention to help check dwindling farm income. In this regard, they began 10-day protests on Friday
The American embassy in Baghdad has partially withdrawn its staff ahead of the first anniversary of the U.S. killing of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in the Iraqi capital, media reports said Thursday.
In the face of global macroeconomic data in strong contraction, from production to export through employment, in the last few sessions the main financial markets have recorded strong increases, once again highlighting that they can run much faster than the real economy
On Sunday afternoon Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled conditional plan that aims to slightly ease restrictions leading to reopen society. In the pre-recorded message, key steps leading to lift strict measures were presented in a COVID Alert System.
While the South Asian subcontinent struggles to flatten the coronavirus curve, with India alone reporting 3.23 million cases and taking third place in the world, Sri Lanka provides a glimmer of hope to curb the regular rate of infection.
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Hundreds of demonstrators angered by a deepening economic crisis rallied across Lebanon.
The standoff between protesting farmers and the Centre in India seems to have hit a stalemate. Central trade unions went on a nationwide strike on Thursday with the participation of over 25 crore workers to protest against various policies of the central government.
While the current coronavirus pandemic continues to endanger millions of lives around the world, there was an enormous decline in CO2 emissions in the first half of 2020 — higher than during the 2008 financial crisis, the 1979 oil crisis, or even World War II.
While the centuries-long dispute is over, at least legally, Indians rejoice the homecoming of their Lord Ram back to his birthplace Ayodhya.
In Nigeria, it is perhaps not the best of times to be a journalist or civil rights activist going by the spate of attacks on freedom of the press and speech.