Japan: Abe lifts COVID-19 state of emergency

Tokyo, May 25 -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday lifted the state of emergency, imposed to contain the coronavirus pandemic, in the remaining five prefectures, including Tokyo and Hokkaid... Read More

How to construct your post pandemic portfolio

India, May 25 -- Lockdown 4.0 has started and that too in a much leaner way. It is expected that life will now limp back to normal from 1st June. It has to. Mankind has always bounced back strongly af... Read More

After Yogi Adityanath's order, migrant workers from UP can only be hired with permission

Lucknow, May 25 -- In the backdrop of the migrant workers' crisis during the lockdown, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday ruled that no such worker from his state can be hired by o... Read More

Middle seats in special international flights to be left empty after Jun 6: Supreme Court

New Delhi, May 25 -- Stressing on social distancing norms amid the Covid-19, the Supreme Court on Monday strictly said middle seats in special international flights will have to be left empty after Ju... Read More

As corona looms, India celebrates Eid behind doors; President, PM greet people on the occasion

New Delhi, May 25 -- Eid al-Fitr is being celebrated across India with usual fervour and enthusiasm even as people remain behind closed doors maintaining social distance amid coronavirus induced lockd... Read More

Flight services to Guwahati, Imphal resume in NE

Guwahati, May 25 -- Domestic passenger flight services to North East region have resumed today, after remaining suspended since the beginning of the nationwide lockdown against novel coronavirus from ... Read More

Victims of intercommunal violence in South Sudan deserve 'justice, truth and reparations': Bachelet

India, May 25 -- The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday condemned a fresh wave of intercommunal violence in the world's youngest nation, South Sudan, that has left hundreds dead across 28... Read More

Cyclone Amphan's trail of destruction in Bangladesh and India; UN concerned

India, May 25 -- UN humanitarians and partners are working hard to assist the people of Bangladesh and India suffering from the impact of Cyclone Amphan, which made landfall on Wednesday, wreaking hav... Read More

UN agencies join forces to protect forcibly displaced during pandemic

India, May 25 -- To strengthen and advance public health services for millions of forcibly displaced people globally, two United Nations signed an agreement on Thursday to better protect some 70 milli... Read More

Guterres commends India and Bangladesh for life-saving work in face of deadly cyclone

India, May 25 -- The UN chief Antonio Guterres commended the governments and people of India and Bangladesh on Saturday, for their life-saving efforts ahead of devastating Cyclone Amphan, and for the ... Read More