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India on June 30 deployed a helicopter and a dozen drones spraying insecticide to stop desert locusts that have spread to nine heartland states of the world's second-biggest producer of rice and wheat.
NEW DELHI, June 30, 2020 (AFP): TikTok on Tuesday denied sharing users' data with the Chinese government, after India banned the wildly popular app as ties with Beijing deteriorate sharply following a deadly border clash.
MALAYSIA needs to be more attractive economic and infrastructure wise if it wants to expand its present tuna landing tonnage.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran said on Thursday its navy had successfully fired a new locally made cruise missile during war games in the northern Indian Ocean and near the entrance to the Gulf.
This important discovery opens up a whole new line of questioning, says researchers.
JAKARTA (Reuters): A powerful earthquake struck eastern Indonesia on Wednesday (May 6), causing some residents to flee their homes, but there were no immediate reports of damage and the country's meteorology agency ruled out the risk of a tsunami.
NEW DELHI/DHAKA (Reuters) - More than 500 garment factories in Bangladesh that supply to global brands reopened on Monday after a month-long shutdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, while in India calls grew for an easing of its lockdown which has caused deep economic pain.
NEW DELHI/DHAKA: The Indian Government has promised to make a decision soon as calls grew on Monday (April 27) for an easing of its lockdown which has caused deep economic pain as their neighbours continue to ease the lockdowns due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic that has badly stuttered the global economy.
BANGKOK:China on Sunday confirmed 11 more cases of the coronavirus and no new deaths for the 11th day in a row. It brings its official count to 82,827 infected people.
NEW DELHI: A tentative easing around the world of coronavirus lockdowns gathered pace Saturday (April 25) with the reopening in India of neighbourhood stores that many of the country's 1.3 billion people rely on for everything from cold drinks to mobile phone data cards.