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Farmers struggle to rebuild lives after storm

Farmers struggle to rebuild lives after storm

The destruction of crops by a powerful typhoon will push people in the Philippines deeper into poverty and prolong recovery efforts, aid agencies said as they called for more assistance for farmers.

Main opposition parties mull by-election alliance

Main opposition parties mull by-election alliance

Main opposition parties mull by-election alliance Internews Islamabad After going separate ways during the recent election for the key offices of prime minister and president, the Pakistan Muslim League

Anti-polio campaign launched

Anti-polio campaign launched

More than 250,000 health workers have fanned out across Pakistan to vaccinate millions of children against polio in a week-long drive, officials said yesterday, in the country’s push against the crippling disease.

One dead, five hurt in fresh anti-Ortega protest

One dead, five hurt in fresh anti-Ortega protest

An attack on a protest by opponents of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega left one person dead and at least five others wounded in the capital Managua, police said.

Argentina, IMF close to new funding deal: Macri

Argentina, IMF close to new funding deal: Macri

Argentine President Mauricio Macri yesterday said the country was close to a deal with the International Monetary Fund to bolster a $50bn credit line, while a government source said $3bn to $5bn in additional credit could be announced this week.

Sailor rescued from yacht stranded off Australia coast

Sailor rescued from yacht stranded off Australia coast

A solo Indian sailor adrift thousands of kilometres from dry land with a serious back injury was safely rescued from his stricken yacht yesterday after an international effort.

Monsoon rainfall drops further, endangering summer crops

Monsoon rainfall drops further, endangering summer crops

India’s monsoon has produced 9% less rain than usual, raising concerns over production of the country’s summer-sown crops as rainfall in many key grains producing states has been nearly a quarter lower than normal levels.

Another bridge crashes, construction firm booked

Another bridge crashes, construction firm booked

Within a month of the Majerhat bridge collapse in West Bengal, which claimed three lives, an under-construction bridge in South 24 Parganas district collapsed yesterday but no one was injured, officials said.

Congress seeks CVC probe into Rafale deal

Congress seeks CVC probe into Rafale deal

In a tweet, he made another veiled attack on Modi, calling him “India’s Commander in Thief.” The BJP held two press conferences yesterday to respond to Congress allegations and launch a counter-tirade.

SC seeks Gujarat’s response in Sanjiv Bhatt case

SC seeks Gujarat’s response in Sanjiv Bhatt case

The Supreme Court yesterday sought the Gujarat government’s response on a plea filed by the wife of dismissed police officer Sanjiv Bhatt, alleging that she was compelled to move the court as her husband was being prevented from doing so.

PM inaugurates Sikkim’s first airport, slams previous govts

PM inaugurates Sikkim’s first airport, slams previous govts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday inaugurated a new airport in Sikkim and used the occasion to attack the previous governments which he said had neglected the northeast.

UK, EU flights could cease in event of no-deal Brexit, says govt

UK, EU flights could cease in event of no-deal Brexit, says govt

Flights could cease between the UK and the rest of the EU if Britain crashes out of the bloc without a deal, the government has said.

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