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Gates fears another pandemic may hit world soon

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who visited Pakistan this week to help eradicate polio, has warned that another Covid-19 like pandemic may hit the world...

How should the governments respond to Omicron and how they should not?

A new variant of COVID has been found and named ‘omicron’. Travel bans have been put in place in various countries throughout the world....

Europe engulfed in new COVID wave; all-time high cases, partial lockdowns

A fresh wave of Covid-19 cases has engulfed Europe with a vengeance as a number of countries are seeing record numbers of daily infections...

US lifts COVID-19 restrictions; opens doors to international travelers

The United States is lifting pandemic-induced restrictions on travelers from a long list of countries that were earlier subject to those limitations. Travelers belonging to...

Gender disparity: The pandemic that may outlive COVID-19

If we had to put the entire last year into a hashtag, it would most probably be #TheNewNormal. Every major aspect of our lives...

South Asian economies recover amid rallying global demand

Economies in South Asia recover as global demand bounces back and targeted containment measures aid in reducing the economic impacts of the pandemic. According...

New pill minimizes COVID deaths, hospitalizations by half

American drugmaker company Merck has claimed that its experimental COVID-19 pill Molnupiravir efficiently reduced hospitalizations and death rates by half in recently infected patients....

Pakistan’s external debt hits record high at $122B

Pakistan’s external debt and liabilities have peaked at a record-high $122bn which was recorded towards the end of the last fiscal year (FY21). The...

World economy back at pre-pandemic level: IHS Markit

PARIS: The global economy has surpassed its pre-pandemic peak, data survey firm IHS Markit said Monday, as the recovery accelerates thanks to vaccination and...

Long working hours are a killer, WHO study shows

GENEVA: Working long hours is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year in a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the...

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