Ø  Ties with Islamabad through diplomatic channels: US
Ø  Democratic Pakistan critical to America’s interests: US official
Ø  Imran Khan’s Fall from Grace Is His Own Fault
Ø  Pakistani PM urges Islamic nations to mediate in Ukraine war
Ø  Opinion: We can’t let Putin’s threats deter us from supplying Ukrainians with fighter planes
Ø  Biden Offers Protected Status to Afghans Already in the United States
Ø  With Eye to Russia, Biden Administration Asks Companies to Report Cyber attacks 
Ø  Putin’s Afghanistan; Ukraine and the Lessons of the Soviets’ Afghan War
Ø  INSIGHT: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: European Union Responses and Implications for U.S.-EU Relations
Ø  INSIGHT: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: NATO Response
Ø  Ukraine: General Assembly passes resolution demanding aid access, by large majority
Ø  Syrian constitutional reform body seeking breakthrough, Security Council hears
Ø  Ukraine war fueling global economic downturn as growth projections slide
Ø  UN weather agency to spearhead 5 year early warning plan, boosting climate action
Ø  REPORT: The United Nations World Water Development Report 2022: groundwater: making the invisible visible
Ø  UN Ocean Conference 2022: ‘Fleet’ of solutions to be launched
Ø  Taliban’s backtracking on girls’ education, ‘deeply damaging’
Ø  EU readies new tough sanctions against Russia, Belarus
Ø  Ukraine and Russia conduct soldier-for-soldier prisoner swap
Ø  NATO not to deploy troops in Ukraine in order to avoid war with Russia – Secretary General
Ø  Canada to increase oil, gas exports amid push to displace Russia
Ø  Moscow to send inquiries to seven countries over attacks on Russian foreign missiosn
Ø  New US sanctions intend to undermine Russian domestic political situation – Ambassador
Ø  US sanctions push Russian-US ties to brink of breaking off – lawmaker
Ø  Moscow studies all constructive initiatives on Ukraine settlement – MFA
Ø  US Treasury imposes sanctions against Russia’s State Duma and 328 of its deputies
Ø   Putin’s war to wipe out 15 years of progress for Russian economy
Ø  Gazprom continues supplying gas for transit to Europe via Ukraine as normal
Ø  Nord Stream 2 AG to apply for bankruptcy shortly – newspaper
Ø  Moscow’s forces strike major fuel depot in Ukraine
Ø  New UK sanctions target Sberbank CEO Gref, businessman Tinkov, more Russian banks
Ø  US, EU announce plan to reduce European reliance on Russian gas
Ø  Russia to clarify terms of ruble payment for gas as it contacts buyers, says Kremlin
Ø  NATO, G7, EU raise stakes for Russia, pledge new aid for Ukraine
Ø  At UN: International Community demands Russia stop war; aid Ukrainians
Ø  NATO says 7-15,000 Russian troops killed, as Putin’s forces meet Ukrainian resistance
Ø  In Brussels streets, Ukraine protestors demand NATO and EU intervention
Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report
Ø  SBP reserves fall below $15bn on debt repayments
Ø  IMF unconvinced over Pakistan govt’s amnesty scheme: report
Ø  ML-I upgradation is of great significance to Pakistan
Ø  Big industry output grows 8.2pc in January
Ø  Current account deficit shrinks 78pc in February
Ø  ADB reiterates support to Pakistan
Ø  Inflation likely to slip further
Ø  Non-textile exports jump 26pc to almost $8bn
Ø  Economic cost of political instability
Ø  IsDB approves $180m for Mohmand Dam
Ø  IMF asks for changes to personal income tax
Ø  ADB approves $300m for capital market reforms
Ø  Olive story – how to harness potential?
Ø  World Bank indirectly funding Pakistan coal projects, says analyst
Ø  Oil edges lower as supply crunch fears ease, trading costs rise
Ø  Pakistan’s climate action: a fact sheet
Ø  ‘The climate story
Ø  The world has less than 10 years to avert climate change catastrophe, report finds