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Lankan Govt Announces Shut Down Of Schools Amid Fuel Shortage

The Sri Lankan Education Minister announced that the school will cover the curriculum during the next vacation term. It was also announced earlier on 18 June that schools across Sri Lanka would be closed for a week

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Nervous Staff And No Bankers: Western Firms Struggle To Exit Russia

Companies have been wrestling with how to exit in ways that limit the financial impact, do not put employees at risk and, in some cases, offer the opportunity to return in future

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Programme Of Action On Small Arms And Light Weapons: Eighth Biennial Meeting

The meeting adopted an outcome document aimed at strengthening the implementation of the Programme of Action as well as the International Tracing Instrument against illicit trafficking of SALW

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British Army's Twitter And YouTube Accounts Restored After Hack

The army's YouTube account, which had been renamed 'Ark Invest' and showed several videos relating to cryptocurrency, was also restored to its original state

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Pakistan's Trade Deficit Hits Record-high Of $48.66 Bn As Imports Soar

The outgoing fiscal year's trade deficit has crossed the USD 37 billion figure in 2017-18, which was largely led by imports related to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

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Beijing And Shanghai Resume Flights, Trains As Covid-19 Cases Come Down

The State reported that 3,258 people recovered from the disease in the last 24 hours and that the active cases increased to 28,720, according to official data

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India, EU Conclude First Round Of Negotiations For Free Trade Pact

India and the 27-nation bloc resumed negotiations on June 17, after a gap of over eight years, on the proposed agreements on trade, investments and Geographical Indications (GI)

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Musk Breaks Nine-Day Twitter Silence, Posts Picture With The Pope

Musk's four teenage boys are also pictured with the Pope, but not his 18-year-old transgender daughter who, on June 20 sought to change her name and sever ties with him

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Sri Lanka To Get Two Fuel Consignments In July: Lanka IOC

Sri Lanka's unprecedented economic crisis caused by forex shortages has led to a severe crisis in the energy sector

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Richest Billionaires Face Deficit Of $1.4 Trn: Reports

All the losses for the world's richest people are mounting up, it only represents a modest step towards reducing inequality

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Congressmen Urge Biden To Hold India Liable For Trade Distorting Practices

India has defended its stand at the WTO. Several countries and organisations across the world have applauded India for taking a firm stand in protecting the interests of its farmers

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PM Modi Speaks To Prez Putin, Discusses Bilateral Trade, Ukraine

The two leaders reviewed the implementation of the decisions taken during President Putin's visit to India in December 2021

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Putin Would Not Have Embarked On Ukraine War If He Were A Woman: Johnson

Russian President Vladimir Putin would not have embarked on a crazy, macho war against Ukraine if he were a woman, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said

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US Economy Narrowed Down To 1.6% In First Quarter: Report

The Commerce Department, on Thursday, stated that the United States' (US) economy has fallen at an annual rate of 1.6 per cent in the first quarter

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China Opposes India's Plans To Hold G20 Meeting In J&K: Report

"These projects are in Pakistan-occupied areas of Kashmir," Zhao said, perhaps a rare occasion when China has described PoK in this way

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