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Nov 09, 2017
UK minister Priti Patel resigns: Conservatives' first woman MP is a Eurosceptic, supports death penaltyTroubles for the Theresa May government in the United Kingdom escalated on Thursday as UK international development secretary Priti Patel resigned.
Nov 07, 2017
India's effort in renewable energy led to drop in solar price, says US SenatorIndia's massive effort towards renewable energy has resulted in a considerable drop in solar price and the country now believes that the solar power is cheaper than coal without subsidy
Aug 29, 2017
Doka La standoff ends: Four good economic reasons China had to not mess with IndiaWhat really caused a sudden end to the Doka La standoff between India and China is as yet unclear
Aug 25, 2017
Tanzania is working with US logistics company to launch drone network to deliver critical medicinesDrone networks will soon be used in Tanzania to deliver medicines to health facilities making up to 2,000 deliveries per day across the East African country.
Aug 18, 2017
Sierra Leone mudslides: Death toll crosses 400 with 600 people still missing, says Red CrossMore than 400 people have died in mudslides and flooding in Sierra Leone with 600 people still missing in the stricken capital, the Red Cross said.
Jul 10, 2017
India turns economic pole of global growth surpassing China, expected to maintain lead: Harvard studyIndia will feature on top of the list of the fastest growing economies till 2025 with an average annual growth of 7.7 per cent, for a variety of reasons.
May 08, 2017
Every Swedish company is looking at India: Minister Eva SvedlingAt present there are 170 Swedish companies in India that directly employ 185,000 people. While most of the big companies are already here, Svedling said that now the SMEs are seeking to come in.
Apr 29, 2016
We are concerned about potential Islamic State spurt in Bangladesh: USThe slaying in Bangladesh of a US Agency for International Development employee has intensified US concern that the strategically located South Asian country with traditions of religious tolerance is under threat from Islamic extremists.
Apr 27, 2016
Bangladesh invokes colonial era law, jails two teachers for 'insulting Islam'A court has jailed two teachers in southern Bangladesh for making derogatory comments about Islam and the Prophet Muhammad.
Feb 03, 2016
Prince Charles to help Indian farmers defeat poverty with new charitable fundPrince Charles announced the plan in his capacity as the Founder and President of the British Asian Trust (BAT).