Ø  Biden urges world to help ‘underwater’ Pakistan

Ø  Pakistan and the U.S. Have Made Up, but Will It Last?

Ø  Group that rescues Afghans from Taliban says in lawsuit it was scammed

Ø  World needs to step up to help Pakistan: US State Dept official

Ø  No More Ambiguity: US Troops Will Defend Taiwan If China Invades, Biden Says

Ø  International Community Must Do More to Protect Human Rights in Afghanistan

Ø  Is the United States Running out of Weapons to Send to Ukraine?

Ø  Denmark becomes first U.N. member to pay for ‘loss and damage’ from climate change

Ø  Human Development Report 2021-22

Ø  Pakistan floods: Six month wait for water to recede, warn relief agencies

Ø  The Black Sea Grain Initiative: What it is, and why it’s important for the world

Ø  UN chief sees ‘great heights’ of human endurance and heroism amid ‘climate carnage’ in Pakistan

Ø  CURTAIN RAISER: Prime Minister’s Participation in the 77th UN General Assembly Session

Ø  Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals: The gender snapshot 2022

Ø  Rescuing the SDGs: General Assembly highlights ‘world’s to-do list’


Ø  Britain’s Truss doesn’t expect UK-US trade deal anytime soon

Ø  Iran to import 9 mln cubic meters of gas per day from Russia, says agency

Ø  Germany considers nationalizing another major gas importer – reports

Ø  Germany authorities freeze Russian assets worth 4.8 billion Euros – Spiegel

Ø   Russia has long advocated for expansion of UN Security Council – senior diplomat

Ø  Putin, Saudi crown prince agree to continue personal contacts

Ø  Lavrov, his BRICS counterparts discuss prospects for strengthening partnerships

Ø  Russian, Hungarian top diplomats discuss energy cooperation – Moscow

Ø  Lavrov, Gueterres reaffirm need to implement grain export deal in full

Ø  Hungarian top diplomat commends gas cooperation with Russia’s Gazprom

Ø  After battlefield setbacks in Ukraine, Putin orders mobilization

Ø  China calls for ‘ceasefire through dialogue’ after Putin address

Ø  N Korea denies sending weapons to Russia, tells US to ‘shut up’

Ø  EU says members need a common policy on Russian arrivals

Ø  Four occupied Ukraine regions begin vote on joining Russia

Ø  Russia defends Ukraine war as US, others condemn alleged abuses


Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report

Ø  Why do we go to the IMF?p

Ø  Trade gap shrinks at the cost of economy

Ø  ADB cuts Pakistan growth forecast to 3.5pc

Ø  SBP says ‘banks complicit in currency manipulation’

Ø  A viable solution

Ø  Wounds take time to heal

Ø  Fixing the chronic deficit

Ø  Pakistan should suspend debt repayments, says UN paper

Ø  Crop damages to hit rice, cotton exports

Ø  Structural inflation and devaluation

Ø  The rupee’s perpetual fall

Ø  Unequal partners

Ø  Pakistan’s remittances go up with $2.7bn in August

Ø  Oil prices edge down, recession fears back in focus

Ø  Children, women suffer from water-borne diseases as floods recede

Ø  UN chief commits to doing ‘everything possible’ to mobilise support for flood-ravaged Pakistan

Ø  Pakistan major beneficiary of ADB’s food import plan

Ø  Loss and damage

Ø  Green energy — the key to sustainable livelihoods

Ø  UN experts urge climate change contributors to help Pakistan

Ø  US under pressure to force out World Bank chief over climate doubt