You have searched for "Kashmir"
Showing 1-10 of 2638
KUALA LUMPUR: Good tidings are important for the Chinese, especially during the Lunar New Year. They believe a good start will see a smooth year ahead, so the choice of words at this time of the year are carefully observed.
MUMBAI: India's monthly palm oil imports from Malaysia could fall to the lowest level in nearly nine years in January as traders stopped buying the tropical oil from Kuala Lumpur following informal instructions from New Delhi, traders and refiners told Reuters.
From DHESEGAAN BALA KRISHNAN, Asia-Europe Institute, Universiti Malaya.
ENCOURAGING trends in emerging markets belie their volatility since the taper tantrum of 2013, when the Federal Reserve signalled it was pulling back on quantitative easing. Further turbulence is likely, despite the improving outlook for advanced economies, easing trade tensions and accommodative monetary policy.
NEW DELHI: Huge crowds gathered for India's Republic Day parade Sunday (Jan 26), with women taking centre-stage at the annual pomp-filled spectacle of military might featuring army tanks, horses and camels. For the first time, the riders performing daredevil stunts on motorbikes, were women.
Srinagar (Reuters) - Limited mobile data services and internet will be temporarily restored in Jammu and Kashmir from Saturday, ending nearly a six month communications lockdown after Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrew the Muslim majority region's autonomy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's top sugar refiner said it will increase purchases of the commodity from India, which according to two sources is part of efforts to placate New Delhi amid an ongoing spat over palm oil imports.
BENGALURU/ NEW DELHI (Reuters) - One of India's most famous universities is half-empty and some students who are on campus track each other on mobile devices to ensure people are safe, as violent clashes spill on to campuses that are seen as a hotbed of anti-government protests.
KUALA LUMPUR: A brewing diplomatic spat between India and Malaysia has got an unusual victim in the crossfire – palm oil.
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said the United States was watching developments between India and Pakistan over Kashmir "very closely" and was prepared to help if necessary, but did not say how.