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    Kashmir families demand answers for 'unaccounted for' deaths

    AFP, Published on 21/08/2019

    » SRINAGAR, India: Rafiq Shagu's wife died shortly after Friday prayers in India's Muslim-majority Kashmir when tear gas smashed through a window in their home and filled the room.


    Empty classrooms as some schools re-open in Indian Kashmir

    AFP, Published on 19/08/2019

    » NEW DELHI - Some Kashmir schools re-opened on Monday but were largely empty following weekend clashes in Srinagar, two-weeks after India removed the restive region's autonomy and imposed a lockdown.


    Healthy Taiwan

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 19/08/2019

    » Taiwan claims to have one of the best healthcare systems in Asia in terms of affordability, quality and access. Around 99% of the island republic's 23.6 million people are covered by a universal healthcare programme that has been running since 1995. Over 90% of its clinics and hospitals are under the National Health Insurance (NHI) system.


    India slams international interference in Kashmir after clashes

    AFP, Published on 17/08/2019

    » SRINAGAR (INDIA) - Hundreds of protesters in Indian-administered Kashmir clashed with police Friday as New Delhi seethed at a rare UN Security Council meeting about the disputed Muslim-majority region -- the first in nearly 50 years.


    IB sweep nets foreign fraudsters

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 14/08/2019

    » Five foreign criminal suspects connected to four separate cases, including crimes relating to robbery, fraud and identity theft, have reportedly been caught by the Immigration Bureau (IB).


    5 foreign fraud suspects arrested

    Post Reporters, Published on 13/08/2019

    » Five foreign criminal suspects involved in four separate cases, including crimes relating to fraud and identity theft, have reportedly been caught by the Immigration Bureau (IB).


    Not just Bali: Indonesia to develop more tourism sites

    Associated Press, Published on 13/08/2019

    » YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia: Hundreds of tourists, many of them young Westerners, sat on grey stone steps atop the world's largest Buddhist temple, occasionally checking mobile phones or whispering to each other as they waited for daylight.

  • LIFE

    The dangers of shopaholism

    Life, Published on 13/08/2019

    » For Kanlaya*, online shopping changes her behaviour -- at least her sleeping habits. A person who used to go to bed early, the 33-year-old stays up until midnight waiting eagerly for a promotional code offered by an e-commerce site. Sometimes she even sets an alarm clock so that she can wake up in the middle of the slumber and won't miss those customer privileges.

  • TECH

    Samsung's new Note takes on Huawei in selfie beauty pageant

    Published on 08/08/2019

    » NEW YORK/SEOUL: Samsung unveiled a new version of the Galaxy Note smartphone on Wednesday with fast 5G network connection and improved camera features, hoping the premium model helps it revive slumping profit and widen the gap with struggling rival Huawei.

  • LIFE

    School of games

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 06/08/2019

    » Pathompawn Nadoo surprised many of his friends when he decided to pursue e-sports in university. Amid people who frowned upon his calling, the 19-year-old was certain it was the right decision. A freshman at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Pathompawn said he has always been passionate about video games and dreams of becoming a gamecaster in the future. Before enrolling in the e-sports course, he was gamecasting on his YouTube channel Soldsaga KunG.

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