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China offers rocket launchers, radar system to Malaysia: Reports

The Straits Times said a firm decision on the proposal would only be made during a planned visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Malaysia later this year. Pic Courtesy: PTI Kualalumpur: China will offer Malaysia advanced rocket launchers and a radar system ... Zee News, 6 days ago

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Nine Indian fishermen apprehended by Lankan Navy

Pudukkottai : Nine Indian fishermen were apprehended by the Sri Lankan Navy along with two boats from the Palk Strait area. The fishermen belong to Pudukkottai and Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu. All the fishermen have been taken to Kankesanthurai Naval ...
 Sify1 week ago

Taiwan on alert as China's fleet crosses its strait

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defence on Wednesday urged its population to be calm as China's aircraft carrier and an accompanying fleet passed through the Formosa Strait, a few kilometres from Taiwan.After its historic visit to Hong Kong, where it arrived ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Indian-origin man awarded $2.9mn after bad reference cost him job

An Indian-origin man here has got 4 million Singaporean dollars ($2.9 million) in damages from his previous employer after a scathing reference letter by them cost him the chance to get a new job.Ramesh Krishnan had accused AXA Life Insurance Singapore of ...
 Prokerala13 hours ago Indian gets SGD 4 million from former employer in Singapore  Business Standard1 day ago Ex-employer's bad reference cost Indian-origin man his job, court orders $2.9mn in damages  Mathrubhumi1 day ago Singapore explores more air links to India  Business Standard1 month ago

Spain rescues close to 600 migrants at sea in one day

Spanish coastguards rescued nearly 600 people from 15 boats and a jet ski today in the waters between Morocco and Spain, a route increasingly used by migrants trying to reach Europe. A coastguard spokesman said 599 people had been rescued since the early ...
 Business Standard13 hours ago

Indian-origin national in Singapore gets $2.9mn after bad reference cost him job

Ramesh Krishnan had accused AXA Life Insurance Singapore of defaming him while providing references on his work performance in 2012, the Strait Times reported on Tuesday. Justice George Wei noted on Monday that the stands of both parties had been "polar ...
 India Today1 day ago

Singapore: Indian-origin man sentenced to 6 months in prison for assaulting officials

An Indian-origin man has been sentenced to six months and four weeks in prison by a court here for assaulting and threatening law enforcement officials who summoned him for smoking in a prohibited area. Ramasamy Soogumar, 59, on Friday admitted in a court to ...
 DNA4 days ago Indian-origin man jailed for six months in Singapore  DNA5 days ago

SE Asia Stocks-End lower as N. Korea tensions spook investors

By Sandhya Sampath Aug 11 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets sawbroad-based declines on Friday, with Indonesia and Singaporefalling over 1 percent each, as the continuing standoff betweenthe U.S. and North Korea kept investors on edge. Fresh bouts of ...
 Sify5 days ago SE Asia Stocks-Rise on upbeat global economic outlook  Sify1 week ago

Quail Hollow set for some stirring action

It is showtime tonight at the 99th PGA Championships. Thursday has a different ring to it when it is time to get to the first (or maybe the tenth), tee. It makes you buzz and get everything in order to hit the first shot. That's what it means for us when the ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago

Why 2017 is not 1962

The bogey of the 1962 defeat must be laid to rest with a finality that is unquestionable.The myth of Chinese invincibility is a tall tale that belongs to an era gone by, argues Vivek Gumaste. China appears to have taken its symbolic representation as a scary, fire-breathing dragon a tad too seriously, full of the the belief that the moment it arches its body upright and spews verbal tinder, its neighbours including India will cower in fear and do its bidding. The incessant and frenzied ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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