Date: 16-03-2022

Here is the Newspaper of 16-03-2022. On this page, you will find the top 10 headlines and a short description of important International updates.

What happened on day 20 of Russia’s invasion?

On day 20 of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, residents in the capital Kyiv were placed under a 35-hour curfew – but that didn’t stop the prime ministers of Poland, Slovenia, and the Czech Republic from traveling there by train.

The trip was a Polish idea after the EU warned of potential security risks.

The leaders decided to go by train because flying by Polish military jet could have been viewed by Russia as dangerously provocative, BBC Europe editor Katya Adler reported. It was not immediately clear when their train would make the return trip to Warsaw.

Pakistan rejects India’s response to accidental missile launch, demands joint probe

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday rejected as “incomplete and insufficient” the response by India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in parliament about the “accidental firing” of a missile, and once again demanded a joint probe into the incident.

Pakistan opposition movement delays entering Capital due to OIC meeting

Amid rising political temperatures in the country, Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) president Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain has ‘appealed’ to the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and the opposition parties to show restraint and urged them to cancel their planned public meetings at D-Chowk in the larger national interest.

Iran has 3,000 ballistic missiles, many that can reach Israel – US general

Iran has more than 3,000 ballistic missiles, many of which can reach the State of Israel, commander of the United States Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said on Tuesday. 

McKenzie, who is retiring from the military soon, was in Israel last week and held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Defense Minister Benny Gantz, and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kohavi. 


How to become an entrepreneur: Ultimate guide of 5 great rules

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India’s missile system very reliable & safe, missile incident ‘regrettable’: Rajnath

Asserting that India’s missile system is very reliable and the safety procedures are of the highest order, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday described the recent accidental missile release as “regrettable” and said a review of standard operations and maintenance was being conducted and any shortcoming if found, will be immediately rectified.

GCC offers to host peace talks between Yemeni factions, including Houthis, in Riyadh

The Gulf Cooperation Council is sponsoring unprecedented and comprehensive peace talks between warring factions in Yemen, including the Iran-backed Houthis, that could begin in Riyadh before the end of this month.

“The Gulf Cooperation Council will invite all Yemeni components, both supporters and oppositions, and the putschist Houthis would have some seats in the talks,” a senior government official told Arab News. The talks might start on March 27 and would continue for at least one week, they added.

FM Çavuşoğlu en route to Russia, Ukraine to ease tensions: Erdoğan

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu will travel to Russia and Ukraine as Turkey intensifies diplomatic efforts to find a solution to the ongoing invasion, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said in a press conference late Tuesday.

Pakistan PM lauds UN for International Day to Combat Islamophobia

Imran Khan welcomes UNGA’s approval to a resolution introduced by Pakistan setting March 15 as the International Day to Combat Islamophobia.

The resolution, adopted on Tuesday by consensus by the 193-member world body and co-sponsored by 55 mainly Muslim countries, emphasizes the right to freedom of religion and belief and recalls a 1981 resolution calling for “the elimination of all forms of intolerance and of discrimination based on religion or belief”.

US fails to trap China over Ukraine at Yang-Sullivan meeting

On the same day as a seven-hour meeting between senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi and US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan in Rome on Monday which was described by some media outlets as “intense,” US Air Force General Kenneth Wilsbach blatantly threatened to teach China a lesson from the Ukraine situation, which could be applied to the Taiwan question.

Burzahom and the origin of Kashmir

You might have heard the story of Kashappa Reshi and how Kashmir formed from satisar. But before checking its authenticity, let us know the WHOLE story that you might have missed.

Relation between Kashmir and Israel

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End of The Newspaper of 16-03-2022

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