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There are a lot of things going on in the news about which, I think, no one gives two hoots. Open any paper and the images of the British Royal Family are plastered all over the place. If it isn’t Prince Phillip being admitted into hospital, it’s the Prince
Buckingham Palace revealed that William and Harry’s cousin, Peter Phillips, will walk between the princes as they escort the coffin to St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, west of London.
Long-established plans for his funeral have had to be redrawn and scaled down because of COVID-19 restrictions, but Buckingham Palace said they remained very much in line with Philip's wishes.
Italy’s far-right Brothers of Italy got 26 per cent of the vote even as its two coalition partners, former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia got 8 % and former interior minister’s League of Mateo Salvini 9%, which makes the rightist coalition the largest party, as Sunday election results were declared on Monday.
With only weeks from the most important UN climate event or COP27 happening in Egypt’s coastal city of Sharm El-Sheikh amid a growing realisation that the impact of climate change is here and the world needs to come together to act now, IANS takes a look about how India’s updated climate plan, comprising 45 per cent reduction
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s speech at the UN General Assembly session last week and the Indian delegation’s response to it indicate that, while professing a desire to build good-neighbourly relations, the two sides are trapped in a cul-de-sac and unable to move forward to that goal. Sharif, who said Pakistan
The dynamic leadership of the country always matters for the success of the country and wellbeing of its people (“UAE set for new space success in ’23: Astronauts,” Sept. 25, Gulf Today website). The United Arab Emirates people are fortunate in the world because their respected and visionary leadership of the country always