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For the first time, according to Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, India performed more than 15,000 organ transplants last year, a 27% annual increase, as reported by IANS

India’s SCO presidency comes during serious international concerns

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India to bolster strategic partnership with Egypt

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Taliban already knew China’s true intentions, claims report

According to the Afghan Diaspora Network, China aimed to fill the power vacuum caused by the United States leaving Afghanistan and the Taliban taking control of the nation in 2021 by making significant investments there. However, the Taliban knew China's true intentions

Afghanistan: Taliban bans female student to enter university

Afghan high school graduates have criticised the Taliban's decision to suspend female students' enrollment in the next university entrance examination

Pakistan’s authorities detained Baloch students protesting in Lahore

The Balochistan Post stated that Pakistani forces attacked Baloch students who were peacefully protesting in Lahore against the injustice of military rule in Balochistan

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Botev resumes Educational seminars with European managers, invites Nikos Karauzas

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Taiwan tracked 10 Chinese fighter jets & 2 Navy Ships

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Russians willing to pay $10,000 for head of Wasim, paratrooper of 95th assault brigade

According to the information provided by 95 separate amphibious assault brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russians are willing to pay $10,000 for the head of Wasim, a paratrooper of the 95th assault brigade deployed over the line of Control
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