Energy

Australia, India starts talks on cooperation in rare earth minerals

As coal and mines minister Pralhad Joshi's visit to Australia got underway, the two countries on Monday talked about how they could collaborate on...

Factory output at slowest pace in Canada in 17 months

According to statistics released on Monday, Canadian industrial activity slowed down in June as a result of inflationary pressures, a lack of raw materials,...

Economic crisis: No fuel sale for 2 weeks in Sri Lanka

After running out of supplies, Sri Lanka appealed to the private sector to let workers to work from home and declared a two-week suspension...

Sri Lanka struggling to get fresh fuel supplies

The 22 million-person crisis-hit nation of Sri Lanka is down to barely 15,000 tons of gasoline and diesel to keep vital services running in...

Can countries use nuclear desalination plants to end droughts?

According to the United Nations, communities on every continent are experiencing water shortages. Unfortunately, despite the fact that our world is surrounded by oceans and...

Amid power crisis, Australia may shift to more solar

It defies sense that one of the world's largest exporters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and coal is having trouble keeping the lights on...

China’s oil imports from Russia increase 55% every year

China's crude oil imports from Russia hit a new high in May, according to customs figures released on Monday, as Beijing speeds up its...

Fuel crisis: Sri Lanka to shut govt offices, schools from next week

Due to chronic gasoline shortages, the Sri Lankan government has declared a week-long shutdown of public sector workplaces, commencing Monday, as the island nation...

Facing energy crisis, Australia urges 8 million people to turn off lights

In the midst of an energy crisis, Australia's energy minister has encouraged residents of New South Wales, which contains the country's largest metropolis Sydney,...

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Australia: 1 woman dies every 10 days by current/former partner

On the International day for Elimination of Violence as against Women (IDEVAW), various ministers from Australia raised their voices against the ongoing violence against...

Australia, Sri Lanka to build policy frameworks in KLIE program

The Knowledge and Linkages for an Inclusive Economy (KLIE) Grant Program will help in collaborating organizations of Australia and Sri Lanka and will help...

Canada saw 264% hike in abortion-related calls after Government improved facilities

After the Canadian Government increased the funding to improve abortion-related facilities in the country, Action Canada saw a whooping hike of 264% in calls...

US committed in Israel’s security: Dr Colin Kahl

Dr. Colin Kahl, the Under Secretary of United States Defense for Policy, met with Benjamin "Benny" Gantz, the Israeli Defense Minister, recently to reaffirm...