Health needs of millions of Chinese nationals working in Pakistan require specialised health facilities, based on both modern and traditional treatment systems, says Vice Chancellor Health Services Academy Prof Dr Shahzad Ali Khan.
Five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council held talks on Afghanistan that focused on their common concerns pertaining to the allocation of humanitarian aid, inclusive government, and women's rights.
Chinese Estates, which owned about 6.5 percent of Evergrande's equity capital as of September 10, sold $32 million worth of its Evergrande stake. The company is preparing to sell its entire holding.
Paris is lashing out at allies close and afar, but there is no sign that the country has many supporters.
The Lithuanian defence ministry claims Chinese smartphones are compromised with built-in censorship elements which can allow the manufacturers to periodically store and send personal data.
Leading newspaper Times of India's publisher and country's national identification database were among the targets of TAG-28 group which used Winnti malware to extract data, says US-based cyber security firm Insikt Group.
When pandas are too comfortable in their habitat, their gene pool variation declines. Habitats broken up to an extent may urge them to seek food, shelter and mates elsewhere, contributing to greater gene variation.
Chinese property titan Evergrande's debt burden remains significant but it urges the market to calm down while the government is mute on the issue despite expectations that it will come forward to help the embattled firm.
At UNGA, Joe Biden declares himself to be the first US president in 20 years not to be running a war after his pullout of troops from Afghanistan, where the Taliban swiftly took over.
The fear of possible defaulting of Chinese real estate giant Evergrande has caused broad sell-off in global financial markets, even causing a dip in cryptocurrencies.
President Joe Biden eases Covid restrictions on European travellers as he tries to sooth French anger after Australia last week cancelled a multi-billion-dollar submarines contract and instead opted for US-made nuclear vessels.
Evergrande, one of China's biggest developers, is on the brink of collapse as it wallows in debts of more than $300 billion.
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