Ø  India avoids condemning Russian invasion of Ukraine and stays aloof on Western coalition
Ø  Pakistan and the United States are turning into strangers
Ø  The Ukraine crisis is now a nuclear crisis
Ø  Stranded by U.S., Afghan allies wonder if helping was a ‘mistake’
Ø  NATO Countries Pour Weapons Into Ukraine, Risking Conflict With Russia
Ø  Pakistan’s leader is in Moscow to meet with Putin about a gas pipeline.
Ø  India walks tightrope over calls for ally Russias
Ø  Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: New Financial and Trade Sanctions  
Ø  Renewed Great Power Competition: Implications for Defense—Issues for Congress 
Ø  Russia’s Nuclear Weapons: Doctrine, Forces, and Modernization
Ø  Nuclear Arms Control After the Biden-Putin Summit 
Ø  Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Military and Intelligence Issues and Aspects  
Ø  General Assembly resolution demands end to Russian offensive in Ukraine  
Ø  To spare Afghanistan, world must engage with Taliban, Lyons tells Security Council  
Ø  Ukraine crisis: UN agencies support rising tide of refugees  
Ø  Limiting the damage: UN helps policy-makers tackle climate change  
Ø  Fire at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant extinguished after Russian attack
Ø  Germany wants to supply anti-aircraft missiles to Ukraine Ø  Green budget politician criticizes Bundeswehr plans as “insufficient”
Ø  “We won’t move a millimetre here” – Minister Christine
Ø  Russia, Ukraine agree to set up evacuation corridors
Ø  China-led development bank halts business in Russia, Belarus
Ø  Russia-Ukraine war: Zelenskyy asks Putin for direct talks
Ø  Fresh US sanctions target Russian elites, Putin’s spokesperson
Ø  Russia’s Putin says Ukraine advance ‘going to plan’
Ø  Russia: restricted access to BBC, Deutsche Welle, Meduza and Svoboda media
Ø  War in Ukraine: Boris Johnson calls for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council
Ø  Moldova officially applies for EU membership
Ø  Macron to seek second term in France’s April presidential vote
Ø  US expects talks between Moscow and Kyiv to end Russia’s operation – official
Ø  Russia’s OSCE envoy says West ignores crimes by Ukrainian forces
Ø  Russia notes China’s balanced stance on Ukrainian issue
Ø  Russia ready for talks with Ukraine to avoid further bloodshed – MFA
Ø  Putin proposes to introduce ‘coordinating state’ concept as part of CSTO
Ø  Russian, Indian top security brass discuss bilateral cooperation
Ø  EU not at war with Russia, insists Borrell
Ø  Russian, Turkish defence ministers discuss situation in Ukraine – ministry
Ø  Russian Armed Forces destroy 1,325 Ukrainian military facilities – Defence Ministry
Ø  AUKUS pact creates pre-requisites for unleashing new arms race, says Lavrov
Ø  German subsidiary of Nord Stream 2 operator announces its possible closure
Ø  SWIFT will disconnect Russian banks under EU sanctions on March 12
Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report
Ø  Pakistan, IMF talks on seventh review start today
Ø  Services exports jump 19pc
Ø  Pact for debt suspension with Saudi fund signed
Ø  Trade deficit widens to $32bn
Ø  Foreign debt peaks to $13b in Jul-Jan
Ø  Inflation in Pakistan slows to 12.2% in February
Ø  IT exports to touch $25bn in five years: expert
Ø  Fitch sees economy expanding at 4.5pc
Ø  A glimmer of hope in Indo-Pak ties
Ø  Semiconductor industry can bring $4b annually
Ø  Cost of welfare policy
Ø  World Bank does not verify growth
Ø  All is not good with rice exports
Ø  The necessity of inclusive urban planning
Ø  Encumbered trade surplus
Ø  Profit outflows rise to $1bn
Ø  $600m joint venture to boost agri production
Ø  Taxes on seeds to disincentivise farmers
Ø  Oil slides from decade-highs as Iran talks kindle supply hopes
Ø  Pakistan among top 10 countries affected by climate change in last 20 years
Ø  As petrol prices rise, will carbon emissions come down?
Ø  Climate change: a real threat to Pakistan
Ø  Floods, Droughts Making India, Pak Most Vulnerable To Climate Change: UN Report
Ø  The Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan survived wars. Can it survive climate change?
Ø  Pakistan’s climate refugees
Ø  In a first, Pakistan elected to UN Environment Assembly
Ø  Climate change: IPCC report warns of ‘irreversible’ impacts of global warming