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Indian companies are falling over each other to do business in Pakistan - an economic explosion unimaginable just two years ago, when a million soldiers stood facing each other across the two countries` shared border, and the South Asian rivals appeared poised to fight their fourth war.
MADRID: A rare advisory for U.S. travelers to beware of potential terrorist threats in Europe drew American shrugs from Paris to Rome, but tourism officials worried that it could deter would-be visitors from moving ahead with plans to cross the Atlantic.
KABUL, Oct 4 (Reuters) - The Chinese passengers boarding the weekly Ariana Flight 332 from the remote western city of Urumqi to Kabul speak volumes about ties between a rising China, the world's number two economy, and its desperately poor and unstable neighbour, Afghanistan.
Andrew Sheng feels that in order to cope with the current economicuncertainties, the East and West need to come together in continuous dialogue .
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India hanged a Kashmiri man on Saturday for an attack on the country's parliament in 2001, sparking clashes in Kashmir between protesters and police who wielded batons and fired teargas. Dozens of people were injured.
HONG KONG: The United States on Tuesday sharply criticized the movement of a huge Chinese oil rig that Vietnam says has entered its waters, the latest show of Beijing's growing assertiveness to raise alarm among smaller countries in the region.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set in motion the first major revamp in decades of India's archaic labour laws, part of a plan to revive the flagging economy, boost manufacturing and create millions of jobs.