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Oct 22, 2018
World's fastest melting glacier in China draws tourists, climate worries: Seasonal melting feeds Yangtze, Yellow, Mekong, GangesThe glacier has lost 60 percent of its mass and shrunk 250 meters (820 feet) since 1982, according to a 2018 report in the Journal of Geophysical Research.
Aug 02, 2018
Myanmar endures worst of Mekong monsoon floods; 150,000 people forced to flee, evacuation ordered in 4 provincesThousands were either unable or have refused to leave their half-submerged homes, peering out from upper floor windows as they waited for relief boats bringing food and supplies, in Myanmar
Aug 02, 2018
Flood in southeast Myanmar forces 150,000 people to flee homes; 28,000 still stuck in waterlogged homesEvacuation orders are still in place across the Bago, Karen, Mon and Taninthari provinces in Myanmar, with 36 dams and reservoirs overflowing.
Oct 31, 2017
China diverts Brahmaputra to build world's longest tunnel: Beijing has long used the river to impact region's geopoliticsAs China prepares to build the world's longest tunnel by diverting the Brahmaputra river, Beijing's projects and worrisome implications for India have once again come to the limelight
Dec 26, 2016
In Cambodia, India's 'Act East' is no match for China's 'One Belt-One Road' approachIf you have any doubt, look around Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s Capital and you will find evidence to China’s dominance
Nov 01, 2011
The limits of power: Why China is a 'bad neighbour'China’s rise hasn't translated into political capital overseas, as its ruptures with virtually all its neighbours proves.