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The Three Little Tigers have not been very robust in their biotech ventures

Set against some of Asia’s giant economies, the writer looks at their lack of success in the field of biotech and why they have held back.

Conservative factions dominate Iran's run-off elections

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, now out of favour with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, suffered more setbacks in a run-off parliamentary election seen as a pointer for next year's presidential race, results showed on Saturday.

Marriage is freedom

I’ve discovered an unexpected benefit to being married – I’ve never tasted freedom as I do now.

Parliament rejects Iran subsidy cuts proposals

DUBAI (Reuters) - A committee of Iranian lawmakers has rejected a government plan to increase prices for subsidised food and fuel in a move that threatens to derail a drive to rein in the country's sanctions-squeezed budget, Iranian media reported late on Saturday.

Battle with extra bile and bite

A highly polarised electoral outcome is expected in Perak where the Malay heartland will face off the Chinese-dominated Kinta Valley.

Marriage is freedom

I’ve discovered an unexpected benefit to being married – I’ve never tasted freedom as I do now.

Mark these dates

It's time for the Asian Festival of Children’s Content!

Jawbone releases Big speakers

Jawbone has rolled out an even louder version of its portable wireless speakers for smartphones and Tablets.

Russia's Putin orders investment, labour shake-up

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Vladimir Putin ordered Russia's government to boost investment and shake up state-run industries in a flurry of decrees issued after he returned to the presidency on Monday with a call for a

Iran government denies plans to treble gasoline price

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's government denied on Monday it would treble the price of gasoline as part of subsidy reforms that have been commended by the IMF but caused anger at home among a population struggling under Western trade sanctions.