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Tens of thousands vote in Hong Kong's informal democracy referendum

Jun 20, 2014

Tens of thousands vote in Hong Kong's informal democracy referendum

While Beijing says Hong Kong can go ahead with a city-wide vote in 2017 for the city's top leader, the most far-reaching experiment in democracy in China since the Communist takeover in 1949, senior Chinese officials have ruled out allowing the public to nominate candidates. #World #China #NewsTracker #Hong Kong #South Asia #Pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong #pro-democracy referendum #British colony
Boat sinks off Malaysia coast, 66 Indonesians missing

Jun 18, 2014

Boat sinks off Malaysia coast, 66 Indonesians missing

The boat sank not far from shore, offering hope that more survivors might have made it to land #NewsTracker #Indonesia #South Asia #Malaysia #illegal immigrants #Boat capsizes
Modi's equation with Shinzo Abe will make Mission Japan a success

Jun 13, 2014

Modi's equation with Shinzo Abe will make Mission Japan a success

As Prime Minister, and arguably a strong one at that, Modi is expected to take this forward in a big way. Therefore, one can expect a burst of Indo-Japanese cooperation in several new infrastructural projects, apart from the existing ones. #Economy #India #China #Gujarat #Japan #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #South Asia #Foreign Investments #Shinzo Abe
Sushma Swaraj may visit Bangladesh this month

Jun 06, 2014

Sushma Swaraj may visit Bangladesh this month

While dates of Swaraj's visit are yet to be finalized, indications are that she will go to Dhaka this month. #India #sushma swaraj #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #South Asia #Bilateral meet
Will work closesly to deal with 'outstanding issues': Modi tells China's Li

May 30, 2014

Will work closesly to deal with 'outstanding issues': Modi tells China's Li

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang on Thursday conveyed his government's desire to establish robust partnership with the new government during a call to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, who expressed keenness to work closely to deal with any "outstanding issues". #Politics #World #India #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #South Asia #Li Keqiang

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Will work closesly to deal with 'outstanding issues': Modi tells China's Li

Jun 26, 2014

With South Korea's loss, Asia out of World Cup

Capping dismal campaign, South Korea loss leaves Asia with no 2nd-round teams at World Cu...
Will work closesly to deal with 'outstanding issues': Modi tells China's Li

Jun 22, 2014

Kakao Takes Aim at Messaging Giants

Sirgoo Lee, co-CEO of the South Korean mobile chat company, talks about the acquisition of Daum and plans to expand in Southeast Asia...
Will work closesly to deal with 'outstanding issues': Modi tells China's Li

Jul 12, 2014

Plane with swastika banner flies over Long Island's South Shore, angering residents

Long Islanders soaking up the sun at Point Lookout yesterday said they were outraged to see a small plane dragging a banner bearing a swastika and promoting an organization whose goal it is to repair the reputation of a symbol most often associated w... #Europe #Africa #New Jersey #South America #Kate Murray #Federal Aviation Administration #Nassau County Police #New York (state)