Christian Science Monitor Indonesia to Australia: stop crossing the line Christian Science Monitor Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa said today that Australia's recent incursions into Indonesian waters were “disturbing” and dismissed...
Sunil Dixit's insight:
You have been sending illegal migrants for years. Enough is enough already.
BBC News Indian Political Brawling Shows Rape a Voter Issue ABC News The 16-year-old reported that she had been gang raped, only to be raped again by the same men the next day and later threatened for going to the police in eastern India.
The Canberra Times Another eventful year likely in Asia The Canberra Times The New York economist who called Wall Street's 2008 meltdown predicts that in 2014 there will be asset bubbles inflating in Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia,...
Sunil Dixit's insight:
Asia faces political and economic uncertainties in 2014. Socioeconomic problems are too many. Governments' no action plans.
Reacting to media reports that 50 children died due to the cold at poorly-maintained relief camps in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar, the Supreme Court yesterday ordered the Akhilesh Yadav government in Uttar Pradesh to act immediately and provide material...
NZ has more ethnicities than the world has countries Voxy According to the latest 2013 Census results, released today, our five largest ethnic groups are New Zealand European, Mâori, Chinese, Samoan, and Indian.
Economic Times Raghuram Rajan expects a spending squeeze Economic Times KOLKATA: Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan said the government may squeeze spending as it aims to reduce fiscal deficit to 4.8%, raising further concerns over the...
Economic Times Global patent growth hits 18-year high: World Intellectual Property Organization Economic Times Kanishka Singh, Sachin Rao are referred as 'aliens' who want to do politics through laptop data.
New Zealand selling its young people short Otago Daily Times The much heralded economic recovery is apparently upon us. The key drivers are the Christchurch rebuild and commodity exports, particularly dairy.
BBC News Thousands flee tribal clashes in India's Assam state BBC News Thousands of people have fled their homes in India's north-eastern Assam state after clashes between two tribes in which at least 16 people have died.
Questioning Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for holding two bungalows in the state capital, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) workers tried to stage a protest in front of one of the accommodations but were prevented by police.
Sunil Dixit's insight:
BJP and Congress both are corrupt. AAP is a force to watch.
During his four-day state visit to India, on Friday Afghan President Hamid Karzai addressed progress on the 2011 bilateral agreement with India, the stalled Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the United States, and the scope of reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan. Speaking to the press in New Delhi, Karzai remarked that he was "very satisfied" with India's role in Afghanistan's reconstruction, adding that military training and assistance was "better than" what was reported in the press (NDTV, Times of India). He also addressed members of India's commerce and industry body, ASSOCHAM, in Pune during his visit, and described India's business community as "natural partners" in facilitating trade, while emphasizing Afghanistan's vast untapped mineral resources. Indian companies present at the event, however, expressed their cautiousness about investing in the country while Afghanistan was still unsafe (Bloomberg).
Here And Now Man poised to lead India barred from entering US Fox News In what has triggered a quiet battle on Capitol Hill, advocacy groups and lawmakers are drawing attention to the case of India's Narendra Modi.
Innovation Critical to Tackling Global Health Challenges Say World Experts EIN News (press release) The innovative research looks at how Qatar, India, Brazil, the UK, US, Australia, Spain and South Africa diffuse the best new ideas to improve...
The NR Eye: Ordinary NRIs to find hope in Aaam Aadmi Party Peninsula On-line Regardless of the number of seats won by the fledgling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Delhi Assembly elections, the debutant unit seems to have emerged as the hope against...
Sydney Morning Herald Australia's Qantas Airways to slash 1000 jobs USA TODAY SYDNEY (AP) - Qantas Airways said Thursday it will slash 1,000 jobs and suffer half-year losses of at least 250 million Australian dollars ($225 million), increasing the...
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