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    Pakistan’s Historic Court Ruling: ‘Rome Has Spoken, the Case Is Finished!’

    After three days of mulling over the issues involved, the five-member bench gave its “short order” ruling, upholding the supremacy of the Constitution at...

    India’s Female Representation Bill Is Still Seated

    It has been 25 years since the Women’s Reservation Bill — a constitutional amendment proposing that 33 per cent of seats in India’s central...

    Half a million and counting: Minor irrigation water bodies in India

    The minister for jal shakti provided a list of tanks, reservoirs or ponds counted as part of an ongoing census from various states. India has...

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    Thousands of Sri Lankans Await Aswesuma Benefits Amid Banking Hurdles

    The Aswesuma program, launched by President Ranil Wickremesinghe amidst economic turmoil last year, aims to aid vulnerable populations. Funded...
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    Bangladesh: Nationwide Protests Paralyze Development Projects and Economic Activities

    As Bangladesh navigates through these turbulent times, stakeholders remain hopeful for a swift resolution to restore normalcy and resume...

    Sri Lanka Set to Announce Successful Completion of Debt Restructuring Programme

    With the global economic landscape evolving rapidly, the island nation's ability to manage its debt and implement effective economic...

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    Thousands of Sri Lankans Await Aswesuma Benefits Amid Banking Hurdles

    The Aswesuma program, launched by President Ranil Wickremesinghe amidst...

    Bangladesh: Nationwide Protests Paralyze Development Projects and Economic Activities

    As Bangladesh navigates through these turbulent times, stakeholders remain...