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JAKARTA, Oct 20 (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Australia will join a naval exercise with India, the United States and Japan to be held later this year in the Indian Ocean, the Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
Iranian-American businessman Farhad Azima has accused a pair of Indian companies of stealing his emails and publishing them to the web, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in North Carolina.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Preliminary results from the late-stage human trial of Russia's main coronavirus vaccine candidate could include data from 5,000-10,000 participants, Denis Logunov, a director at the Gamaleya Institute that developed the vaccine, said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: Following last year’s inaugural Export Excellence Awards (EEA), Star Media Group Bhd (SMG) has once again partnered with Standard Chartered to launch the 2021 edition of the awards programme.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Intensive care units (ICUs) at hospitals treating COVID-19 patients should do away with air-conditioning to limit the risk of infecting doctors, a study from a top Indian research institute has said.
LOS ANGELES, Oct 19 (Reuters): Hotstar, the Disney-owned streaming service focused on live cricket and entertainment, will launch on Singapore's StarHub Plus service on Nov. 1.
SRINAGAR, Oct 19 (AFP): India said Monday that it had detained a Chinese soldier who strayed across the disputed frontier where the two countries are engaged in a months-long standoff after a series of clashes.
HONG KONG, Oct 19 (SCMP): Soldiers shown in photos and videos with thermal jackets, boots, ponchos and three-in-one sleeping mat, bag and shelterIt comes after reports Indian Army bought gear from US and Europe, and with no end in sight to the stand-off
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Indian army said on Monday that it had captured a Chinese soldier after he strayed across a contested de facto border in the western Himalayan region where both countries have amassed thousands of troops after a deadly clash in June.
BENGALURU: Foreign investors poured over $1 billion into Asian government and corporate bonds in September, more than doubling their investment in local currency debt from the previous month, attracted by higher yields and some signs of economic recovery.