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CHECK OUT: Peng Liyuan, First Lady of style

CHECK OUT: Peng Liyuan, First Lady of style

Many call her Asia’s Michelle Obama. Considered to be a style icon, China’s First Lady Peng Liyuan also topped Vanity Fair’s list of International best dressed women in 2013. In India, accompanying her husband China’s President Xi Jinping on a three-day visit, she has won many hearts with her style and elegance.  During the Ahmedabad leg of her visit, Peng changed her clothes twice, displaying her chic, elegant and beautiful style.  During her visit to the ..., 3 hours ago

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Two-time Grand Slam winner Li set to retire: Media

WUHAN: China’s two-time Grand Slam-winner Li Na is poised to retire, state media reported on Thursday, in a move which would bring down the curtains on Asia’s most successful tennis career. CCTV-5, sports channel of state broadcaster China Central ...
 Himalayan times10 hours ago Li Na to retire on Friday, says Chinese media  Rediff.com20 hours ago

Thousands flood in ahead of Asian Games gala opening

INCHEON: Thousands of athletes and officials gathered in Incheon on Wednesday as the clock ticked down to Asia’s biggest sports spectacular and organisers fretted over low ticket sales. Long queues formed at South Korea’s Incheon airport two days ...
 Himalayan times1 day ago

BLOG SURF: For a real change

Asia’s drive to urbanize is taking an increasing toll on the environment with growing mountains of solid waste as city dwellers consume and discard resources at an ever increasing rate. If “green” cities are to be the answer to these ...
 Himalayan times1 day ago

Modi coins mantra for Xi: 'Inch towards Miles'

“India and China are bound by history, connected by culture, and inspired by rich traditions. Together they can create a bright future for the entire mankind.” “... the arithmetic and chemistry of our relations convince me that together we can script history and create a better tomorrow for all of mankind.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a special interaction with Chinese media persons in New Delhi on the eve of the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping where he ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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Asia's political influence to increase: Hamid Ansari

Kolkata: Asia’s political influence in regional and global affairs would increase and it would regain the dominant economic position it held, Vice President Hamid Ansari said.Speaking on Europe and Emerging Asia at a seminar organised by the University ...
 IndiaTV News5 days ago

India's industrial growth in July slowed to 0.5pc

NEW DELHI: India reported today that industrial output grew by an unexpectedly low 0.5 per cent in July from a year earlier, showing that Asia’s third-largest economy still is struggling. The half-percentage-point growth in production by mines, ...
 Himalayan times6 days ago

India, no country for young girls

India has the highest number of unregistered children under age five between 2000 and 2012 and the second-highest number of child marriages, according to a UN report which said the country still needs to improve immunisation coverage and stop gender-based sex selection. A young Indian bride sits besides her fourteen-year-old groom during their marriage ceremony at Rajgarh district in Madhya Pradesh. Photograph: Reuters The report ‘Improving Children’s Lives, Transforming the ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

How India can achieve economic redemption

The National Democratic Alliance took charge only in late May, so the revival essentially started on auto-pilot, rues Devangshu Datta. The prime minister’s trip to Japan will count as a carefully-orchestrated triumph for Indian diplomacy. The Japanese committed to the equivalent of $35 billion of investments into India over the next five years, and made encouraging noises about “co-prosperity”, a term with rather unpleasant connotations for students of World War II.The ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Modi watch out: 'Al Qaeda wants to portray PM as enemy of Islam'

Al Qaeda, which has announced the creation of a separate wing for India, wants to portray Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an enemy of Islam and as such India should take its threat “very seriously”, a well-known American counter-terror expert said on Friday even as the United States tried to downplay the terrorist outfit’s capabilities. “This video, the first from (Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri this year, should be taken very seriously. Al Qaeda wants to portray ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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