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MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - A 12-year-old girl was found alive on Wednesday after being buried for 18 hours when an avalanche in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir engulfed the family house.
NEW DELHI (AFP): Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos promised Wednesday (Jan 15) a new billion-dollar investment in India, just two days after authorities launched an anti-trust investigation into the e-commerce giant.
(Reuters) - A rapid rise in the price of gold since 2000 has driven millions of people to deposits in Africa, South America and elsewhere where they dig for gold using basic technology.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iran's foreign minister said on Wednesday an existing nuclear deal the country struck with world powers was not dead and that he was unsure if any new pact agreed by U.S. President Donald Trump would last.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Ben Stokes was named ICC Player of the Year on Wednesday after a red-hot 12 months during which the all-rounder helped England to a maiden 50-overs World Cup crown.
NEW DELHI (AFP): Angry Indian street traders vowed Wednesday (Jan 15) to stage protests against the world's richest man Jeff Bezos as the Amazon tycoon started a visit just as authorities launched an anti-trust investigation into e-commerce giants.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Standing on a stage in the centre of one of India's most prestigious universities, the firebrand politician looked out at the cheering supporters before him and issued a sharp challenge to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
TikTok overtakes Facebook to become world’s second most downloaded app as rivals challenge its short video dominance
TikTok owner ByteDance still generates most its revenue from China, despite the app’s rapid international expansion. The report excluded Apple apps and Google pre-installed apps and did not include Android downloads from third-party stores.
SINGAPORE: Western Asset Management Co. is reducing its Indian government bond holdings as tensions around a new citizenship law and the Kashmir region cloud the economic outlook.
India is considering a plan to offer subsidised loans to mobile handset manufacturers in a bid to attract Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co’s suppliers to open factories in the nation.