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US media hails BKS Iyengar as one of the greatest yoga gurus

Aug 22, 2014

US media hails BKS Iyengar as one of the greatest yoga gurus

similar headline.While The Atlantic wrote "In the twentieth century, one of the most influential figures in spreading yoga beyond South Asia was B
Man's death triggers riot in Singapore's Little India, 10 policemen injured

Aug 22, 2014

Man's death triggers riot in Singapore's Little India, 10 policemen injured

-short Singapore depends heavily on imported labour, with workers from South Asia dominating sectors like construction.AFP
Climate change to cut <b>South</b> <b>Asia</b>'s growth 9 percent by 2100 - ADB

Aug 20, 2014

Climate change to cut South Asia's growth 9 percent by 2100 - ADB

KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Climate change will cut South Asia's growth almost 9 percent by the end of the century unless world governments try harder to
Singapore Indian gets 25 months jail for instigating Little India riots

Aug 14, 2014

Singapore Indian gets 25 months jail for instigating Little India riots

from South Asia spend their weekend and day off.Singapore courts have to date dealt with 15 Indian nationals, including Samiyappan, with jail terms and
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel will discuss mega defence deal with Modi

Aug 08, 2014

US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel will discuss mega defence deal with Modi

for our future. When you look at the region itself, South Asia, the instability that lies to the west of India, and a different kind of a world that
India will shape the new world order, says US defence secy Hagel

Aug 08, 2014

India will shape the new world order, says US defence secy Hagel

look at the region itself, South Asia, theinstability that lies to the west of India, and a differentkind of a world that lies to their east, and their
Bihar Authorities tell 30,000 villagers to go home as flood threat eases

Aug 06, 2014

Bihar Authorities tell 30,000 villagers to go home as flood threat eases

suddenly.Monsoon rains that start in mid-June and continue through September are crucial for many countries in South Asia, but scores of people die every