Biden says he’ll try to return to Iran Deal, keep Phase One China deal

- nypost.com

President-elect Biden plans to re-enter the Iran nuclear deal on the condition that the Middle Eastern country agreed to “strict compliance” measures, he has revealed. The incoming commander-in-chief made the admission during a wide-ranging interview with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, who pressed Biden on where he stood with regard to Iran. Asked if...

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By SUSHANT SAREEN The bye-elections to 20 Punjab Assembly seats on 17 July have sent shockwaves through Pakistan’s fragile political and economic system. It would be an understatement to claim that the results were entirely unexpected. On the eve of the elections, there was virtually a consensus amongst political pundits that the ruling Pakistan Muslim […]

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New Delhi [India], August 3 (ANI): In an emotional testimony, a 62-year-old woman who is a victim of religious persecution in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan narrated the ordeal of being called ‘Kafir’ after living in Afghanistan for three generations. On Wednesday, a total of 28 more Sikhs including women, children and infants, arrived at Indira Gandhi International […]

- colombogazette.com

Dharamshala [Himachal Pradesh], August 3 (ANI): Sikyong Penpa Tshering, the leader of the Central Tibetan Administration, on Wednesday said that the visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan is completely justified from a US point of view. He added that China’s attempt to turn it into a major issue will hold implications for […]

- colombogazette.com

Washington [US], August 3 (ANI): The new federal programme passed by the US Congress provides USD 52 billion in support for the semiconductor industry, however, it restricts companies that are accepting the funding for expanding their chip production capacity in China. The Chips and Science Act is a USD 280 billion package that was passed […]

- economynext.com

One BRN and a mobile number is enough to register commercial vehicles to the QR system

- adaderana.lk

Sri Lanka Navy says that Pakistan Navy Ship (PNS) Taimur which arrived in Sri Lanka on a formal visit, is scheduled to conduct a Passage Exercise with SLNS Sindurala in seas off Colombo as she departs the island on August 15, upon completion of her visit.

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