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Apr 07, 2019
China imparting 'patriotic education' to Tibetan monks and nuns infuriates region's religious leadersBuddhism has always been perceived by the Chinese as one of the most formidable hurdles en route exercising total control over Tibet.
Apr 06, 2019
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says revamped Club World Cup can prove to be important for Asian footballFIFA president Gianni Infantino has said his controversial plan to expand the FIFA Club World Cup can play a key role in further developing the club game in Asia despite European opposition.
Apr 05, 2019
India grabs most of foreign inflows into Asian equities in March on optimism over upcoming general electionOverseas investors bought $4.96 billion worth of Asian shares in March, data from stock exchanges in South Korea, Taiwan, India, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesian and Vietnam showed.
Apr 03, 2019
India set to grow at 7.2% this fiscal on rising consumption, farmers receiving income support: Asian Development BankGrowth slowed from 7.2 percent in fiscal 2017 to 7 percent in 2018, with weaker agricultural output and consumption growth curtailed by higher global oil prices, ADB said
Mar 21, 2019
International Day of Forests: From Asia's mangroves to Amazon rainforest, take this quiz to check your knowledge of world's green coverEvery year, 21 March is celebrated as International Day of Forests in order to raise awareness on the importance of all types of forests
Mar 15, 2019
China rejects criticism of mass detainment of Muslim minorities in Xinjiang at UN, says it set up 'campuses'China on Friday flatly rejected criticism of mass detainment of Muslim minorities in its restive Xinjiang region.
Mar 14, 2019
China's blocking of Masood Azhar's listing at UN as terrorist is not a setback, but a diplomatic victory for IndiaChina’s extension of “technical hold” against UNSC listing of the JeM chief is a reality check and a lesson for Indian policymakers.
Mar 02, 2019
Communities in China and South Asia fight for greater say over river management, but will officials listen?By forming cross border networks, civil society groups in China and South Asia hope to exert greater influence over government decisions, but will officials listen?
Feb 27, 2019
IAF pilot in Pakistani custody: What are the Geneva Conventions and why are they significant for India?The Geneva Conventions are international treaties concerned with preventing or limiting the barbarity of armed conflicts.
Feb 16, 2019
Pulwama terror attack aftermath: India revoking MFN status for Pakistan won't mean much to IslamabadVolume of bilateral trade between Pakistan and India was recorded at $2.03 billion in 2016-17.