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HONG KONG/BEIJING/NEW DELHI: Traditional greetings involving bows and nods are being encouraged across Asia as the coronavirus continues its energetic spread throughout the region. Asian non-contact greetings are considered far safer than the western customs of shaking hands, hugging or kissing.
MUMBAI (AFP): Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has warned Uber users against using the ridesharing app in London after suffering "the scariest experience" with a driver in the British capital.
He's no Bollywood star, but school dropout Israil Ansari has found fast fame on TikTok with two million followers glued to his oddball dancing and rainbow hairstyles in India, the app's biggest international market.
MUMBAI (AFP): He's no Bollywood star, but school dropout Israil Ansari has found fast fame on TikTok with two million followers glued to his oddball dancing and rainbow hairstyles in India, the app's biggest international market.
WHEN Walmart Inc paid US$16bil (RM65bil) for control of India’s e-commerce pioneer Flipkart Online Services Pvt last year, the American retail giant got a little-noticed digital payments subsidiary as part of the deal. Now the business is emerging as one of the country’s top startups, a surprise benefit for Walmart from its largest-ever acquisition.
Donnie Yen, Jason Statham, John Mayer and Akshay Kumar are some of the stars who have shared videos of themselves performing the viral Bottle Cap Challenge, where a person has to remove a bottle cap in a single kick without moving the bottle.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan (pic) may face protests when he joins the inauguration of the hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar, India, on Wednesday.
Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings said that the streaming video company had no plans for cheaper prices in the hotly competitive India market and that an executive's comments suggesting otherwise had been 'misunderstood'.
Famed Chinese martial arts novelist Jin Yong has died at the age of 94, Hong Kong media reported on Tuesday (Oct 30). A former journalist and newspaper editor, Cha was considered the grandfather of Chinese martial arts, or wuxia, fiction. He was known for writing the Legends Of The Condor Heroes series of books.