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Asian No.1 Anirban Lahiri to spearhead EurAsia Cup challenge

Asian No.1 Anirban Lahiri to spearhead EurAsia Cup challenge

Asia will face a Europe team captained by Darren Clarke and featuring Ryder Cup veterans Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter.

Muslims in Asia denounce Trump's call for "US ban"

Muslims in Asia denounce Trump's call for "US ban"

Muslims in Pakistan and Indonesia on Tuesday denounced Donald Trump`s call for a ban on Muslims entering the United States, dismissing the US Republican presidential front-runner as a bigot who promoted violence.

Asia set to power global trade to $68.5 trillion: HSBC

Asia set to power global trade to $68.5 trillion: HSBC

India also has the potential for strong growth and is projected to outpace China, the report said, adding that the growth in merchandise exports from India is expected to average 6 percent a year in 2025-50 compared with just under 5 percent a year for China.

 

PM Narendra Modi leaves for Singapore

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday left Malaysia for Singapore on the second and last leg of his four-day visit to southeast Asia.

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DNA: Things you should know about Turkey: The host of G20 Summit

You have heard a lot of Turkey in the past and and the most recent being the G20 Summit. Know more facts about Turkey and the relation between Turkey and India in this segment of DNA.

UNSC 'helpless' on enforcing its own sanctions against terrorism: India

UNSC 'helpless' on enforcing its own sanctions against terrorism: India

 In a scathing criticism of the Security Council's role in fighting terrorism, India has said that the UN's primary body for international security was helpless in making countries enforce its own sanctions and resolutions against terrorists.

Most affordable destinations in Asia: Jakarta tops list

Most affordable destinations in Asia: Jakarta tops list

For travellers on a budget, the Indonesian capital is a good bet, having recorded the biggest drop at 32 percent.

Discriminatory ad outrages Indians in New Zealand

An ad stating "no Indians or Asians" need apply on one of New Zealand's biggest online marketplace has outraged and disappointed the Indian community, a media report said.

Custom agencies in Europe, Asia to crack down on toxic toys: Official

Customs authorities in Asia and Europe have resolved to crack down on international consignments of toxic toys that are harmful to children, a top official of the Indian enforcement agency said on Friday.

'Modi-Obama meeting to boost political, security cooperation'

US President Barack Obama will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, giving the two leaders an opportunity to build on their economic ties and advance political and security cooperation in Asia and around the world, the White House has said.

Asia hit hardest by natural disasters in 2014: Report

Asia was the continent hit hardest by natural disasters in 2014, with China getting the worst of it with 58 million people affected, according to an annual report released here on Thursday.

Global fracture burden set to double by 2040

By 2040, more than 300 million people will be at high risk of fracture -- double the numbers considered at high risk today -- placing a serious burden on healthcare systems, especially in Asia, new research estimates.

Asian stocks slip as Japan machinery orders disappoint, add to global woes

Asian stocks slip as Japan machinery orders disappoint, add to global woes

Asian stocks fell on Thursday after US stocks retreated overnight and as Japan machinery orders unexpectedly shrank, deflating investors` appetite for riskier assets.

Europe, Asia stocks set for worst monthly drop in three years on China, Fed

Oil prices fell again both on the Fed rates outlook and as investors took profits on last week`s 10 percent rise.

Asian stocks mostly down as China manufacturing slows

Shanghai was down 1.71 percent, Tokyo lost 0.48 percent, Sydney eased 0.46 percent and Hong Kong dropped 0.84 percent. Seoul was 0.90 percent lower.

Asian shares mixed, dollar pushes higher

Tokyo`s benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 0.43 percent, Hong Kong was up 0.23 percent, Seoul was flat, Sydney gained 0.14 percent, while Singapore edged down 0.06 percent.

Asian shares rise as Greek deal gets cautious nod

Asian shares rise as Greek deal gets cautious nod

Asian shares rose on Tuesday on hopes that Greece`s conditional bailout agreement would bring to an end that country`s debt crisis, though caution kept broad gains in check.

Asia markets slip on Greece vote, Shanghai volatile again

Asian equities fell Monday after Greece overwhelming rejected further austerity measures, pushing it closer to a eurozone exit, while Shanghai underwent another day of volatility as China introduced a raft of measures to shore up the slumping market.

Asian markets cheer Greece's 11th-hour proposals to avert default

"Still, it is unclear when and if an agreement will be reached, and the euro will remain sensitive to headlines over Greece."