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Suu Kyi In Court First Time Since Military Takeover

Ousted Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi faced court on Monday via video link, being seen by her lawyer for the first time since a military coup one month ago triggered relentless and massive protests.Suu Kyi's appearance came as

BPCL Approves Sale Of Its Numaligarh Refinery Stake

Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) board on Monday approved sale of its 61.65% stake in Numaligarh refinery

18 Killed In Myanmar Crackdown

The UN Human Rights Office says it has received “credible information” that a crackdown Sunday on anti-coup

ISRO Launches 19 Satellites With Bhagavad Gita, PM Modi’s…

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) successfully launched the Brazil's Amazonia-1 satellite Sunday.

Why France Flexing Muscles In South China Sea ?

The Chinese government has complained about France’s military activities in the disputed South China Sea,

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Bangladesh Reaches Milestone

Bangladesh has stepped into a new journey as it qualified to graduate into a developing nation from a Least Developed Country (LDC) after 45 years. The United Nations Committee for Development Policy (UN CDP) recommended the

Three Dead As Myanmar Junta Intensifies Crackdown On Anti-coup Protests

Myanmar security forces shot dead at least three protesters on Sunday as the country's military leaders stepped up the use of lethal force to quash opposition to their recent coup.The junta is battling to contain a massive street movement

Brahmaputra In Danger

In recent weeks, reports of China’s plans to build the world’s largest dam project in the greatest gorge on the face of the earth has shaken many of us. For this is the heart of the river which we know as the Brahmaputra. It has flowed

Exploring Namsai In Arunachal Pradesh

Picture large paddy fields, gentle rivers and gentler rivulets, sprawling tea plantations, clean wide roads, grand pagodas, massive Buddha statues, traditional bamboo houses, ethnic roadside eateries, charming little markets, handsome men

Bangladesh Under ‘No Obligation’ To Accept Stranded Rohingys: Momen

Bangladesh is under "no obligation" to shelter 81 Rohingya Muslim refugees adrift for almost two weeks on the Andaman Sea and being assisted by neighbouring India, said Bangladesh foreign minister A.K. Abdul Momen. India's
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