Ø  What is going on in Pakistan? And why has the US been dragged into it?
Ø  How Pakistan’s political standoff will affect U.S. interests in the region
Ø  Despite tensions, US wants Pakistan to play its role in Afghanistan
Ø  Pakistan Seeks to Expand U.S. Relations, Army Chief Says
Ø  Imran Khan dissolved Pakistan’s parliament. How did that happen?
Ø  Pakistan’s Leader Imran Khan Faces a No-Confidence Vote. The Result Might Be Felt Much Further Afield
Ø  Across South Asia, U.S. and India Push Back Against China
Ø  India’s arms build-up threat to regional peace
Ø  Ukraine’s President calls on Security Council to act for peace, or ‘dissolve’ itself
Ø  Bucha killings raise ‘serious’ questions about possible war crimes: Bachelet
Ø  Ukraine: Secretary-General calls for probe into Bucha killings
Ø  UN welcomes announcement of two-month truce in Yemen
Ø  UN climate report: It’s ‘now or never’ to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees
Ø  Report:
Ø  Almost everyone now breathing polluted air, warns WHO
Ø  UN General Assembly passes resolution on Russia’s suspension from Human Rights Council
Ø  EU Ambassadors approve 5th package of anti-Russian sanctions
Ø  Russia to continue talks with Ukraine despite provocations – Lavrov
Ø  New Kiev-drafted agreement marks departure from provisions recorded in Istanbul – Lavrov
Ø  Hungary will not support energy sanctions against Russia – Minister
Ø  Russia believes buyers from EU will switch to ruble settlements for gas
Ø  Trade turnover between India, Russia hits $11.87 bln in 11 months, says minister of state
Ø  G7 member states pledge to tighten control over sanctions against Russia
Ø  Armenian, Azeri presidents instruct foreign ministers to start peace talks preparations
Ø  The US Treasury excluded telecommunications and internet equipment from sanctions against Russia
Ø  Chinese FM explains crisis in Ukraine by imbalance of security mechanisms in Europe
Ø  The EU will allocate another 500 million euros to help the army of Ukraine
Ø  Japan may expel several Russian diplomats
Ø  Germany will allocate 2 billion euros to support Ukrainian refugees
Ø  Macron: France is ready to become a guarantor of peace in Ukraine
Ø  Scholz: there will be 120 days to abandon Russian coal under EU sanctions
Ø  Istanbul turned out to be no better than Minsk
Ø  European Commission: payments in rubles for Russian gas will be considered a circumvention of sanctions
Ø  Ukraine War: Kremlin spokesman Peskov admits ‘significant’ Russian losses
Ø  French election: Far-right Le Pen closes in on Macron ahead of vote
Ø  US Treasury secretary says Biden wants Russia out of G20
Ø  Greece, Norway order expulsion of Russian envoys amid Ukraine war
Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report
Ø  Economy faces growth challenges amid global price spike
Ø  Monatery policy: SBP hikes interest rate to 12.25%
Ø  Cloud technology to steer Vision 2025
Ø  Annual inflation at 21-year high
Ø  Pakistan’s economy to grow 4%
Ø  Public debt soars by Rs18 trillion
Ø  Trade deficit widens to $35.4b
Ø  RDA inflows inch closer to $4 billion
Ø  With rupee fall, economy slows
Ø  Kinnow exports drop by 50pc
Ø  Fund facility ‘virtually paused’ as IMF awaits new govt
Ø  The baffling path to progress
Ø  Economy growing amidst challenges
Ø  WTO hails Pakistan’s economic performance during pandemic
Ø  The mirage of tech growth
Ø  Oil prices rise but set for 3% weekly fall on stockpile release
Ø  Breakthrough in agri machinery this season
Ø  The solution for climate change is collective action
Ø  Irsa rejects Sindh demand for fixed water share
Ø  South Asia most vulnerable region to climate change: experts
Ø  Asia faces growing threats from climate change. Here’s what can be done