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Feb 03, 2016
India keen to expand anti-terrorism cooperation with Brunei, says Hamid AnsariIndia is keen to expand its cooperation with Brunei in combating global terrorism, Vice President Hamid Ansari said on Wednesday, the third day of his visit to this southeast Asian nation.
Dec 22, 2015
Indonesia's environment ministry revokes licences of over 20 firms after deadly forest firesIndonesia is punishing more than 20 companies in an unprecedented move for starting deadly forest fires that killed 19 people, a government official said Tuesday.
Jul 23, 2015
Offsetting India slowdown: Tata Motors aims to increase truck exports to West Asia, Southeast AsiaThe company now mainly exports to neighbouring nations Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal
May 21, 2015
Australia won't take in Asia's migrant boatpeople: Tony AbbottAustralian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday ruled out helping resettle the wave of migrants fleeing to Southeast Asia, saying it would worsen the problem and "encourage people to get on boats".
May 12, 2015
Migrants stranded at sea: Human Rights organisations call for SE Asian govts to helpSoutheast Asian governments have faced international appeals to rescue thousands of migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh believed to be stranded at sea without food and water.
May 08, 2015
India to achieve highest GDP growth over next eight years: studyIndia is projected to record average annual growth rates of 7.9 percent over the next eight years, nearly double of China's 4.6 percent projected growth over the period.
Apr 13, 2015
Cyber espionage: Hackers from China spying on India and Southeast Asia, say researchersHackers, most likely from China, have been spying on governments and businesses in Southeast Asia and India uninterrupted for a decade, researchers at internet security company FireEye Inc said.
Mar 07, 2015
'Extinct' Myanmar bird Jerdon's Babbler rediscovered after 73 yearsA bird that was long thought to have gone extinct has been rediscovered in Myanmar after a team of scientists used a recording of its distinctive call to track it down.
Jan 21, 2015
Why West's defence of Charlie Hebdo worries moderate Muslims in AsiaThe West's defence of Charlie Hebdo's right to offend is testing the patience of Muslims even in moderate Indonesia and Malaysia.
Dec 12, 2014
Message from Southeast Asia: Modi must step on the gas, 10 years is all that India hasFM was not there to hear Shanmugaratnam speak. His deputy Sinha was not there when Prasad spoke. Hopefully, they will be briefed properly and will give serious thought to the ideas