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The International Monetary Fund is an international organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., consisting of 189 countries working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world while periodically depending on the World Bank for its resources.

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Despite IMF loans, Pakistan continues to rely on China
International

Despite IMF loans, Pakistan continues to rely on China

Pakistan is set to address a dozen conditions in six months to meet the USD 6 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme as the debt-ridden country continues to rely heavily on its all-weather friend China, for additional support, according to a media report.

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King
International

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King

Jordan's King Abdullah II has said that a sedition attempt has been quashed and that he has mended his relationship with his half-brother, who the government had accused of spearheading a plot against the country's leaders.

US mulls sending warships to Black Sea as Russia-Ukraine tensions rise
International

US mulls sending warships to Black Sea as Russia-Ukraine tensions rise

The United States is considering sending warships into the Black Sea in the next few weeks in a show of support for Ukraine amid Russia's increased military presence on Ukraine's eastern border, a US defense official said on Thursday.

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies
International

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies

US Special Presidential Envoy for climate John Kerry and Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed US-India cooperation on addressing the climate crisis and pursue actions to collaborate on a 2030 agenda for clean and green technologies in the service of the planet.

Britney Spears gets COVID-19 vaccine with Sam Asghari
Entertainment

Britney Spears gets COVID-19 vaccine with Sam Asghari

A vaccinated pop queen! American singer-songwriter Britney Spears has become the latest celebrity to receive the coronavirus vaccine.

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King
International

Royal conflict resolved, says Jordan's King

Jordan's King Abdullah II has said that a sedition attempt has been quashed and that he has mended his relationship with his half-brother, who the government had accused of spearheading a plot against the country's leaders.

US mulls sending warships to Black Sea as Russia-Ukraine tensions rise
International

US mulls sending warships to Black Sea as Russia-Ukraine tensions rise

The United States is considering sending warships into the Black Sea in the next few weeks in a show of support for Ukraine amid Russia's increased military presence on Ukraine's eastern border, a US defense official said on Thursday.

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies
International

India, US to pursue actions to collaborate on climate crisis, 2030 agenda for green technologies

US Special Presidential Envoy for climate John Kerry and Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed US-India cooperation on addressing the climate crisis and pursue actions to collaborate on a 2030 agenda for clean and green technologies in the service of the planet.

IMF's suggestion to hasten transition to low-carbon economy should be viewed with low-income economies in mind: Sitharaman
National

IMF's suggestion to hasten transition to low-carbon economy should be viewed with low-income economies in mind: Sitharaman

The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Global Policy Agenda's suggestion to hasten the transition to a low-carbon economy needs to be viewed in the context of its implications for the emerging market and low-income economies, said Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday.

Pakistan's economy not managed properly in past, admits PM Imran Khan
International

Pakistan's economy not managed properly in past, admits PM Imran Khan

As loans worth billions of dollars continue to mount on Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday admitted that the country's economy has been mismanaged in the past.

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