- News Magazine No 382: January 26, 2015 - Subcontinent, 15:23 UTC, 16:23 UTC
- Ebola to have 'marginal impact' on African economy: UN
- Uganda rebel leader appears before war crimes court
- Greece's Syriza party to form coalition govt. with nationalist ANEL
- Moscow to promote contacts between Kiev, pro-Russians: Lavrov
- Russian President calls Ukraine army ‘NATO’s foreign legion’
- Egypt extends Sinai state of emergency by 3 months
- Libya’s deputy foreign minister freed after brief kidnapping
- Iraqi forces liberate Diyala Province from ISIL terrorists
- Syria opposition groups foreign paid puppets: Assad
A militant attack on a transmission tower briefly left 80 percent of Pakistan without electricity, which caused a power surge in the country, AP reports.
In a record high, foreign investors have purchased Indian debt securities worth USD 19 billion this year, which marked a 20 per cent jump from the previous year and even saw the so-called ‘junk’ bonds being lapped up aggressively despite poor corporate and sovereign ratings.
A latest report prepared by the provincial government vis-à-vis the drought situation in Thar shows that 311 children under five years of age have died between December, 2013 and November this year, it emerged on Sunday.