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India asks Pakistan to expedite trial in 26/11 Mumbai attacks

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India on Friday summoned a senior Pakistani diplomat and pressed for an expeditious trial in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case on the 13th anniversary of the deadly attacks that killed at least 166 people. India's Foreign Ministry asserted that the terror attack was planned, executed and launched from Pakistani territory. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India cannot forget the wounds of 26/11. Thousands of Indian farmers marked one year of their sustained protests against three farm laws on Friday at the borders of Indian capital New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week bowed to their demand to repeal the controversial laws in the upcoming parliament session, but farmers have continued their agitation seeking another legislation that would ensure guaranteed prices for all produce, not just rice and wheat. Pakistan's petrol retailers called off a nationwide strike late on Thursday after the government gave in to their demands of an increase in profit margins. As the strike earlier led to panic across the country, Opposition leaders termed the crisis 'heights of injustice' and termed the government as incompetent. Gilgit Baltistan's former chief minister Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman has slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's for rising inflation and failure to control devaluation of Pakistani rupee against the dollar. Reports suggest amid the economic crisis, for the first time, the country's total debt and liabilities have crossed 50.5 trillion rupees under PM Khan's tenure. Afghanistan’s healthcare system is at risk of collapse and hospitals are grappling with the fallout of a rapidly spreading economic crisis that has threatened millions with hunger. The crisis has only gotten worse since the Taliban seized power in the country three months ago. Afghan poverty, children continue to suffer and face death from malnutrition.The UN General Assembly at its 76th session this week adopted a historic resolution to graduate three nations, including Bangladesh and Nepal from the least developed country category to the developing country grouping. The three countries that got clearance for graduation are Bangladesh, Nepal and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. An 80-year-old Indian woman has drawn the interest of social media in the country by eating sand for food for over six decades for her survival. The octogenarian claims the unique diet has been key to her good health.
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