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WHO urges SE Asian countries to strengthen health system against stroke

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday urged the countries of the Southeast Asian region to strengthen their health care system to tackle the rising incidence of stroke witnessed in the region along with other low income countries every year.

Big blow to Pakistan as SAARC Summit in Islamabad likely to be cancelled after India, 3 other countries boycott

Big blow to Pakistan as SAARC Summit in Islamabad likely to be cancelled after India, 3 other countries boycott

India on Tuesday announced that it was pulling out of the Islamabad summit in the wake of the September 18 cross-border terror attack on an Indian Army base in Uri town.

Reports of blackout of Rajnath Singh's statement at SAARC meet in Pakistan `misleading`: Govt sources

Reports of blackout of Rajnath Singh's statement at SAARC meet in Pakistan `misleading`: Govt sources

Home Minister Rajnath Singh today skipped a lunch hosted by his Pakistani counterpart Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan after the host himself left the venue.

Good news for foreign students! IITs to hold entrance test in eight countries

Good news for foreign students! IITs to hold entrance test in eight countries

The aim behind holding the entrance test in eight countries is also to attract more international talent for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Modi has vision for friendly cooperation with SAARC nations: Swaraj

Outlining the regional diplomatic vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the new External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said he has a vision for friendly cooperation with each of the SAARC countries.

United India Insurance plans to enter Middle East, SAARC

United India Insurance Company plans to enter the Middle East and SAARC countries to tap the potential in these regions due to a presence of a large India diaspora, a top company executive has said.

India to cut number of items under sensitive list for SAARC

India on Friday decided to reduce the number of items in the sensitive list for SAARC countries, aiming to expand trade in goods in the region.

B'desh to get loans worth $400 mn from India's swap fund

Bangladesh can take loans worth USD 400 million to maintain its balance of payments from India under a USD 2 billion swap fund established by the RBI for SAARC countries.

RBI to offer $2 bn swap arrangement to SAARC countries

The Reserve Bank of India will offer a swap arrangement of USD 2 billion to all SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) member countries to strengthen regional financial and economic ties.