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KUALA LUMPUR: Newly-appointed Primary Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali said Malaysia would strengthen ties with India, particularly to boost palm oil exports.
LUCKNOW, India (Reuters) - The top court in India's most populous state ordered authorities on Monday to remove large displays of the names, pictures and addresses of dozens of anti-government protesters, amid fears that they encourage attacks by vigilante mobs.
MCA was thrashed in the last general election in May 2018, but this has not deterred it from playing a vital role in national politics.
NAZARETH, Israel (Reuters) - A female Muslim lawmaker from Israel's Arab minority is set to become the first in parliament to wear a hijab, or head scarf, after Arab parties won their largest ever showing in this week's election.
Facebook on March 5 began taking down ads for the reelection campaign of US President Donald Trump that direct people to a survey labelled a "census”, hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said people would confuse it with the once-a-decade head count.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged India on Thursday to "confront extremist Hindus" and "stop the massacre of Muslims", adding to the international fallout over deadly Hindu-Muslim violence in New Delhi.
Indian authorities on March 5 temporarily revoked a ban on social media sites and restored full internet access in disputed Kashmir for two weeks, seven months after they stripped the restive region of its statehood and semi-autonomy and enforced a total communications blackout.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has thanked the Indian government for not extending its import duties on several varieties of palm oil from Malaysia.
KIEV (Reuters) - Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne on Wednesday urged Tehran to allow access to the black boxes from a Ukrainian passenger plane that was accidentally shot down over Iran in January.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Mohammed Anees fled his home in northeastern New Delhi last week as Hindu-Muslim clashes erupted in his area, escaping with his family of four to a relative's home. He had only a few hundred rupees in his wallet, leaving everything else behind.