Many vaccine experts say the data so far only suggests need for boosters in older adults, people with compromised immune systems.
"NZ will hear us at the ICC," says newly elected PCB chairman.
Here's is a timeline of main events centring on Afghanistan under the Taliban rule.
Wars do not end with a withdrawal or retreat or retrograde or the signing of a peace treaty.
More than a dozen delivery riders interviewed say they know of two or three co-workers killed every month.
Ex-Indian army officer shares picture from movie set as 'truth' about Pakistan Army's presence in Panjshir
Former Indian major general believes picture showing Pakistani actors Shaan Shahid and Umair Jaswal is of soldiers in Afghanistan.
Eos presents an essay from the recently published book 'Womansplaining'
The "acting" government announced by the Taliban comprises 33 cabinet members, headed by Mohammad Hasan Akhund.
By inclusive govt, Taliban appear to have meant a govt that included only Taliban officials and no women, says one journalist.
Despite the billions of dollars of US-led military support, the army's capacity was hollowed out by years of rampant corruption.
With over 4000 solar systems installed nationally, Skyelectric is providing a new eco-friendly energy alternative to Pakistan
The company's smart solar systems enable customers to get zero and even negatively valued electricity bills.
Enemies for two decades, the Taliban and US were thrust into a bizarre collaboration for a common goal of wanting the latter out.
The credentials, legal acumen, and caliber should be made the basis for appointments.
Members of the orchestra have fled abroad or into hiding, smashing instruments and burning documents to avoid retribution.
Human rights activist Malala Yousafzai helped television anchor Beheshta Arghand flee to Qatar.
The group faces an enormous test in a desperately poor, diplomatically isolated country.
Taliban leaders have pledged to secure the country, quickly reopen the airport and grant amnesty to former opponents.
If our mentality is not going to change, racism is not going anywhere, unfortunately.
“If there is a job, it means there is public demand... someone has to do it,” says former Afghan minister Sayed Sadaat.
What's next for Afghanistan?
Kabul has endured frequent suicide attacks in the past 20 years and residents have grown used to police sealing off blast sites.
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'Positively different': 5 promises the Taliban have made in Afghanistan and their record on the issues
The Taliban have said they are “committed” to the rights of women and have forgiven all those that fought against them.
The progress on the commitments outlined in the PTI’s manifesto present a mixed bag.