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When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hugged US President Barack Obama in New Delhi, it marked what could be the distant opening bell of a great geopolitical game.
LONDON: Index provider MSCI said it will resume discussions with investors on adding Chinese mainland-listed shares in its main emerging equity benchmark, though it expressed concern about barriers to investment.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday called for dialogue to resolve the "predicament" on the Korean peninsula during a meeting with South Korea President Park Geun-hye in Washington, Xinhua news agency said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Stay calm. It’s what happens at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics that matters. That is the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) technical director Morten Frost's reaction after Lee Chong Wei's second round defeat at the Indian Open in New Delhi on Thursday.
PARIS: Designer Hedi Slimane -- the man credited with reviving skinny jeans -- left Yves Saint Laurent Friday after revolutionising the French fashion label with his rock star chic look.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is owed a huge apology after being “tried and convicted in the court of public opinion” over links between money in his personal bank accounts and 1Malaysia Development Bhd.
Amazon.com and Microsoft are in talks to supply cloud computing to digital mapping business HERE, owned by a group of German carmakers developing self-driving cars, sources familiar with the matter said.
SINGAPORE: Nearly five years ago, Choo Hong Eng became the talk of the town when she won more than S$400,000 (RM1.16mil) from a casino slot machine at Marina Bay Sands (MBS), and then proceeded to give it all away.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea fired a missile into the sea off its east coast on Friday, the South's military said, hours after the leaders of South Korea, Japan and the United States warned Pyongyang to end provocations or face more pressure.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said on Thursday he was working to stop Palestinian knife attacks and other street violence against Israel and had offered to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to rekindle peace efforts.