MOSCOW MAY INSTALL PROXIES IN KIEV: U.K. Britain on Saturday alleged that it had information that Moscow was “looking to install a pro-Russian leader in Kiev” as fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine grow. Tensions have soared in recent weeks as tens of
COMELEC STARTS PRINTING BALLOTS FOR AUTOMATED ELECTION SYSTEM MANILA — The printing of ballots for the automated election system that would be used in the May 9 national and local elections started Sunday, Commission on Elections spokesperson James Jimenez said.
PM MODI UNVEILS NETAJI'S HOLOGRAM STATUE AT INDIA GATE Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday unveiled a hologram statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose at India Gate on the 125th birth anniversary of the iconic freedom fighter.
BIDEN FRAYS RAW NERVES BY SUGGESTING RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE LIKELY U.S. President Joe Biden has inadvertently set off alarm bells by suggesting that Russia will indeed invade Ukraine again.
PHILIPPINES’ POPULATION GROWTH LOWEST IN 70 YEARS DUE TO COVID-19 Population growth in the Philippines is projected to have slowed down to just 0.3 per cent in 2021, the slowest in over 70 years, as Filipinos delayed having children amid the Covid-19 pandemic, a govern
HEALTH MINISTRY ON LATEST COVID SURGE The health ministry yesterday said that a sharp surge in Covid-19 cases continued to be noted in India, with the weekly positivity rate touching almost 16% mark in the last one week.
PAKISTAN MUST BE MODELLED ON PROPHET’S STATE OF MEDINA, WRITES IMRAN KHAN In an op-ed for Pakistani daily The Express Tribune Monday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said the most urgent challenge facing his country is the struggle to establish the rule of law. &nb
1SAMBAYAN BARES INITIAL SENATE BETS MANILA — Opposition coalition 1Sambayan on Wednesday named the first seven senatorial candidates that it would endorse in the upcoming elections.
INDIA GIVES $500 MN CREDIT LINE TO SRI LANKA India on Tuesday announced a USD 500 million credit line to help Sri Lanka purchase petroleum products as the island nation struggles with a massive fuel and energy crisis. The Indian High Commission here said External Affairs Min
UAE SAYS IT SUSPECTS DRONES CAUSED ABU DHABI FIRES, YEMEN HOUTHIS CLAIM ATTACK At least 3 people were killed as the United Arab Emirates experienced an attack on Monday when two fires were reported in the capital Abu Dhabi that were possibly caused by drones. According to Ab