Members from the Kuki-Hmar-Zomi-Mizo tribes held a protest at the Jantar Mantar here demanding that Chief Minister Biren Singh be sacked and President's rule implemented in the state.
A lopsided trade relationship with India is forcing Russia to accumulate up to $1 billion each month in rupee assets that remain stranded outside the country, swelling the stockpile of capital it’s amassed abroad since the invasion of Ukraine.
Cites GDP, PLFS data to reject Rahul’s claims on economy.
The 99-page legislation brokered by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and President Biden cleared the House on Wednesday night on a 314-117 bipartisan vote.
Survivors of the deadly attack on a UPDF forward operating base in Somalia by Al Shabaab militants are steadily recovering, authorities have said.
The 12-year-old girl and a 17-year-old boy had jumped off the pier before being dragged out to sea by a riptide, MailOnline revealed today.
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Two civilians also shot dead after regime soldiers acting on a tip-off stopped their truck in Minhla Township.
Around 29 villagers were killed by regime soldiers in the Sagaing Region village of Mon Taing Pin in 2022.
It was the latest in a series of meetings between junta and Chinese officials on efforts to stem the activities of Chinese gangs operating near the Thai border.
During his speech, the Ukrainian president also thanked Moldova’s people for supporting Ukrainian refugees
Currently, the BRICS countries are Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa
According to General Alexander Syrsky, the command of the Ukrainian group was taking measures «aimed at restoring the combat effectiveness of its units and disrupting the enemy's intentions»
The biggest decline was observed on May 30, when the price of gas fell below $260 for the first time in more than two years
«Ukrainian terrorist formations with a strength of up to two motorized infantry companies reinforced by tanks attempted to make an incursion into Russian territory,» Lieutenant-General Igor Konashenkov reported
A running list comparing the policies of former president Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on major issues.
Trump is trying to cut into DeSantis’s electability argument with his usual trifecta of wrong, utterly misleading and frequently stated.
Energy is a major cost item in EU fisheries and aquaculture. The recent energy crisis has hit the seafood sector hard, notably because of increased marine diesel prices, exposing one of the sector's major vulnerabilities: its high dependency on fossil fuels. A move towards alternative energy sources would not only address this vulnerability but also contribute to the objectives of the European Green Deal and the EU's ambition to become climate neutral. On 21 February 2023, the European Commission published a 'fisheries and oceans' package, which includes an action plan on decarbonising EU fisheries and aquaculture. The plan outlines two directions of change: it aims to increase energy efficiency in the short to medium term, while making a gradual switch from fossil fuels to renewable and low-carbon energy sources. An indicative target has been set for fisheries, namely to reduce fossil fuel intensity (in litres per kilogram of landed product) by at least 15 % in the years from 2019 to 2030. The final goal is to achieve a CO2-neutral footprint by 2050. To accelerate this energy transition, the action plan includes initiatives to stimulate research and innovation, develop the required labour skills, and improve the business environment, including funding opportunities. The Commission will launch an 'energy transition partnership for EU fisheries and aquaculture' on 16 June 2023 to steer the process, involving all stakeholders. The Commission presented the action plan to the European Parliament's Committee on Fisheries (PECH) on 1 March 2023, and the EU Commissioner responsible provided additional clarifications at the PECH meeting of 26 April 2023. A recurring point of discussion is the capacity definition in the common fisheries policy, in particular fleet capacity ceilings. New technologies typically require more weight than conventional diesel engines, which would increase a vessel's capacity and could lead to a ceiling being exceeded. As a solution, the Commission refers to the possibility of redistributing available (inactive) capacity in the Member States' fleets. This issue would be discussed with Member States and stakeholders in the context of the energy transition partnership. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP
Road safety has improved significantly in the EU, with the number of road fatalities falling by more than 60 % in the last 20 years. However, improvements in road safety have fallen short of the EU goals of decreasing the number of road deaths by 50 % between 2001 and 2010, and by an additional 50 % between 2011 and 2020. Directive (EU) 2015/413 facilitating cross-border exchange of information on road safety-related traffic offences – the Cross-border Enforcement (CBE) Directive – is one of the pillars of the policy framework to improve road safety in the EU. It aims to help improve road safety by tackling the relative impunity of non-resident drivers. The revision, announced in the European Commission's sustainable and smart mobility strategy in 2020, seeks to address key shortcomings in existing rules. According to Commission estimates, 40 % of cross-border offences were committed with impunity, either because the offender was not identified or because the payment was not enforced. The Commission tabled its proposal to revise the CBE Directive as part of the road safety package on 1 March 2023. In the European Parliament, the file was assigned to the Committee on Transport and Tourism, with Kosma Złotowski (ECR, Poland) as rapporteur. First edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP
In a major reshuffle in the police leadership in the violence-hit Manipur, an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer of the Tripura cadre, Rajiv Singh, has been appointed as the new Director General of Police (DGP) for the northeastern state. He replaced P Doungel, who has been transferred to the post of OSD (Home), according to an official order by the order from the Governor of Manipur.
It was stressed that Su-34 frontline bombers are a major part of the Russian frontline aviation’s strike power
The BRICS Foreign Ministers Meeting will be held late Thursday in Cape Town
In this context, Mikhail Galuzin noted that by analogy with Moscow's latest initiative to denounce the treaty on the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait, the treaty with Ukraine on the stay of the Black Sea Fleet was denounced in 2014 after Crimea’s reunification with Russia
«The information obtained by the Russian special services confirms that Apple’s declared policy of ensuring the privacy of the personal data of users of Apple devices does not correspond to reality,» the service stressed
Alexey Likhachev described a remark by Rafael Grossi as emotional in nature after the IAEA head rejoiced earlier this week, saying, «we are fortunate that a nuclear accident has not yet happened»
The junta’s mismanagement threatens economic collapse and return to socialist-era black market, experts say.
The regime's defenders are being shot dead in Yangon, prompting some to go into hiding and others into bullish outbursts.
The indicator that measures business confidence in the euro area fell to its lowest level in two years in May, Eurostat estimates Read Full Article at RT.com