Punjabi Hindi Monday, October 25, 2021

World

Fully vaccinated foreign visitors can enter US from Nov 8

SL ranked among top 5 Wellness Tourism Destinations globally

Italy starts offering Covid booster shots to people above 60

5 killed in Bangladesh boat capsize

50 killed in mosque bombing in Afghanistan's Kunduz city

Randhawa condemns vandalism at Kabul Gurdwara

Aus to reopen int'l border in November

World on catastrophic path to 2.7-degree heating: UN

Special UN envoy meets Taliban officials in Kabul

Taliban kill 20 civilians in Panjshir: Report

UN confirms cyberattack in April 2021

Over 200 health journals call for emergency action on climate change

Aus PM promises return of interstate travel by yr end

3 people dead in Washington D.C. shooting

NZ supermarket chain removes knives, scissors after terror attack

NZ supermarket chain removes knives, scissors after terror attack

Conundrum of rights and entitlements: The South China Sea Issue

The South China Sea has been for years a hotspot, with various countries claiming sovereignty rights and entitlement of its small islands and reefs, and most importantly, access to its vast oil and gas resources and fishing grounds.

UNSC resolution against terrorism in Afghanistan applies to JeM, LeT: Shringla

20 years, 2,400 US troops killed, $2.3 trillion spent: America's longest war, in numbers

Ban on international passenger flights extended till Sep 30

UK records another 38,046 Covid cases

UN Security Council condemns attacks near airport in Kabul

Over 60 including 12 US military personnel killed in Kabul blasts

A blast on Thursday at the Kabul airport, which is thronged by crowds of desperate Afghans seeking to flee the country after the Taliban takeover, followed by one at a nearby hotel, have killed over 60 people including 12 US military personnel and left nearly 150 wounded.

Kabul blasts leave many dead, US too confirms casualties

California secures disaster declaration as wildfires spread

UK records highest daily Covid-related death toll since March

Indo-Canadians term Canada's ban on flights from India as 'discriminatory

Taliban discussing Afghan govt formation in Doha

'Damn the rich man and his gang': Defence Minister says Ghani sold his homeland

22 people killed in Nigeria armed attack

Australia's vax rollout hitting world class marks: PM

WHO trial to study potential of 3 anti-malarial drugs against Covid

Helicopter crashes in Russia's Kamchatka

1 person dead in shooting outside US store

One person was killed and another injured during a shooting which took place in the parking lot of a store in the US state of Pennsylvania, authorities said.

Northampton County District Attorney Terry Houck told local media that the shooting took place at at about 2.15 p.m. in Lower Nazareth Township, reports Xinhua news agency.

Biden urges unvaccinated Americans to get a jab

US President Joe Biden has urged the unvaccinated Americans to get a jab sooner as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to pose a threat to the country's economic recovery.

'Very sick kids': Delta threat looms over US school reopenings

10 people dead, 20 injured in Texas car crash

Lightning strikes wedding party in Bangladesh, 17 dead

Another Aus state plunges into lockdown

The government of Australia's Queensland state on Monday announced that the current three-day snap lockdown on 11 areas, including the capital city of Brisbane and Gold Coast, will be extended until August 8.

Biden nominates Indian-American to be first Muslim envoy for religious freedom

President Joe Biden has nominated an Indian-American, Rashad Hussain, as the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, and if approved by the Senate he will be the first Muslim to head US diplomacy for advancing religious liberties.

Washington D.C. reinstates indoor mask mandate

 People in Washington, D.C. will again have to wear masks indoors no matter whether they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or not, the US capital city's Mayor Muriel Bowser announced as cases were surging across the country.

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