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  1. Jilin granny takes up paragliding in her old age, is an inspiration to us all

    Shanghaiist.com - China 03.29 / 08:15 shanghaiist.com
    In their golden years, many elderly people in China begin to devote themselves more and more to to mahjong or square dancing, but one Jilin granny has taken up a slightly more extreme…
  2. Heritage | Lai Chi Vun shipyards demolition suspended

    Macau Daily Times feed The demolition of the controversial Lai Chi Vun shipyards area has been postponed for a year; a period of time which will allow the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) to complete an evaluation process to determine whether Lai Chi Vun is a historical site. The IC conducted a press conference yesterday to announce that the bureau […] The post Heritage | Lai Chi Vun shipyards demolition suspended appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIMES…
  3. Firm linked to Imperial Pacific arranged Saipan lawmakers’ trips

    Macau Daily Times feed The company that paid for controversial fact-finding visits to Hong Kong and Macau by lawmakers from the U.S. territory of Saipan has connections to the operator of the island’s casino, according to evidence accepted by a Hong Kong court this month. In a High Court judgment issued March 16 in a suit over casino debts, […] The post Firm linked to Imperial Pacific arranged Saipan lawmakers’ trips appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIMES 澳門每…
  4. Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam’s body still in the country

    Macau Daily Times feed Malaysia’s health minister said yesterday the body of Kim Jong Nam is still in Malaysia, six weeks after the exiled half brother of North Korea’s leader was poisoned in Kuala Lumpur. Health Minister Subramaniam Sathasivam made the announcement as rumors swirled that Kim’s body was about to flown out of the country as part of […] The post Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam’s body still in the country appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIMES 澳門每日時報…
  5. Macau to implement new rules on tax information exchange

    Macau Daily Times feed Debate over  legal amendment which establishes new rules for the financial transparency of Macau based persons and companies which have tax residences abroad has reached a conclusion. The amendment will be sent to the Legislative Assembly (AL) in the next couple of days to be voted on and approved, the spokesperson of the Executive Council […] The post Macau to implement new rules on tax information exchange appeared first on MACAU DAILY TIMES …
  6. Briefs | AACM hosts aviation security exercise workshop

    Macau Daily Times feed Working in collaboration with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Macau’s Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) is hosting a four-day aviation security exercise workshop the MSAR. The event commenced yesterday with the aim of educating participants with the knowledge of developing and planning an aviation security exercise and evaluating the effectiveness of the exercise, through theory […] The post Briefs | AACM hosts aviation security exercise w…
  7. Beijing concerned over Paris Asian community clash with police

    Macau Daily Times feed Violent clashes in Paris between baton-wielding police and protesters outraged at the police killing of a Chinese man in his home injured three police officers and led to the arrest of 35 protesters, authorities said yesterday. The incidents prompted international attention, as China’s Foreign Ministry expressed concern to French authorities over Sunday’s killing of the […] The post Beijing concerned over Paris Asian community clash with police appeared first on…
  8. Taiwan | Missing activist Lee talked politics on WeChat

    Macau Daily Times feed A Taiwanese pro-democracy activist believed to be in Chinese custody may have attracted the attention of China’s security services after he used the social media site WeChat to discuss China-Taiwan relations, a colleague said yesterday. Lee Ming-che, 42, disappeared after clearing immigration on March 19 in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory of Macau and never showed […] The post Taiwan | Missing activist Lee talked politics on WeChat appeared first on MACAU …
  1. Not train, Sena MP travels to Delhi by car

    News.rediff.com - India 03.29 / 09:13 news.rediff.com
    The development came after Gaikwad apparently booked a seat from Hyderabad to Delhi on Flight AI 551 for Wednesday, which was cancelled by the national…
  2. R K Nagar bypoll: Sasikala goes missing from AIADMK Amma campaign

    Oneindia.com - India 03.29 / 09:11 oneindia.com
    She was hailed as the next leader of the AIADMK after former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa's demise but Sasikala Natarajan finds no mention in any campaign material of AIADMK Amma for the upcoming R K Nagar bypoll. Her own…
  3. Police foil Marina 2.0 attempt, protesters who waded into the sea removed

    Thenewsminute.com - Tamil 03.29 / 09:09 thenewsminute.com
    Protesters were standing amidst tall waves in the sea, holding banners in support of farmersTNM Staff Marina-protest-29_3-1.jpgDespite the deployment of police personnel at the Marina beach in Chennai, to avoid any form of demonstration in support of farmers, several youths began an agitation on Wednesday afternoon.  Close to 10 youngsters stepped into the waters at the Marina beach with banners in hand to register their support for farmers who have entered day 16 of the protests in…
  4. Shiv Sena shuts 500 meat shops in old Gurgaon

    News.statetimes.in - India 03.29 / 08:59 news.statetimes.in
    Gurgaon (Hr): As many as 500 meat shops, including a KFC outlet, in old Gurgaon were allegedly shut down by over 200 Shiv Sainiks for nine days on account of Navratri. They also threatened the shop owners yesterday to shut their establishments on every Tuesday. “We have served notices to meat shop owners, including KFC, […] The post Shiv Sena shuts 500 meat shops in old Gurgaon appeared first on State…
  5. African woman pulled out of auto, thrashed in Greater Noida

    Sify.com - India 03.29 / 08:57 sify.com
    Greater Noida (Uttar Pradesh): Three days after four Nigerian nationals were attacked, an African woman has been allegedly thrashed in Greater Noida.The Kenyan national was allegedly pulled out of an auto and beaten up by some youth.The woman was admitted in Noida's Kailash Hospital and was later discharged."There were no visible marks of injury. She has been discharged," Dr Sanil Kapoor, Medical Superintendent, Kailash Hospital said.Four Nigerian students were allegedly attacked by…
  6. Dhoni's Aadhaar details leaked; wife slams Ravi Shankar Prasad, asks if there's any privacy left

    Sify.com - India 03.29 / 08:57 sify.com
    New Delhi: An agency which helps Unique Identification Authority of India enroll citizens for Aadhar enthusiastically shared personal details of Mahendra Singh Dhoni on social media prompting the cricketer's wife to direct the Union Law and Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad's attention towards the same.The agency's Common Services Center had posted a tweet on Tueday through its handle @CSCegov saying "Ace cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his family get their…
  7. Act against anything illegal: Baba Ramdev

    Sify.com - India 03.29 / 08:57 sify.com
    [India], Mar. 29 (ANI): Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev on Wednesday praised the Uttar Pradesh Government for its decision to close all illegal slaughter house."Whatever is illegal should be acted against. What is the problem in it? Be it illegal slaughter houses or illegal mining," Ramdev told ANI.He predicted that under Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh would become an ideal state.On Monday, in an official release, the state government issued orders to close all illegal slaughter…
  8. Hacked I-T dept website for IRS officers restored

    Tkbsen.in - India 03.29 / 08:48 tkbsen.in
    New Delhi:The official website of the IRS officers belonging to the Income Tax department has been restored after it was briefly hacked. Officials said the website: irsofficersonline.gov.in, was restored and made operational again soon after it was hacked late evening yesterday. A message posted on the wall of the portal read: “Pak Cyber Thunders. Hacked…
  1. Japan Self-Defense Force Withdraws From South Sudan

    Thediplomat.com - Tokyo 03.29 / 01:16 thediplomat.com
    The decision highlights the domestic constraints on Japan's defense activities…
  2. World's 1st transplant involving donor iPS cells

    Newsonjapan.com - Japan 03.28 / 22:27 newsonjapan.com
    Groups of Japanese researchers say they have successfully transplanted iPS cells derived from a donor into a patient suffering from a serious eye disease.…
  3. Hyogo cops: Sergeant molests teen girl on train

    Newsonjapan.com - Japan 03.28 / 22:27 newsonjapan.com
    Hyogo Prefectural Police have arrested a sergeant stationed in Himeji City for allegedly molesting a teenage girl inside a JR West train, reports the Sankei Shimbun.…
  4. Avalanche victims not carrying beacons

    Newsonjapan.com - Japan 03.28 / 22:27 newsonjapan.com
    Authorities say high school students and teachers who were hit by an avalanche in Tochigi Prefecture, north of Tokyo, on Monday were not carrying beacons.…
  5. Westinghouse to file for bankruptcy

    Newsonjapan.com - Japan 03.28 / 22:27 newsonjapan.com
    Toshiba's US nuclear unit, Westinghouse, will reportedly file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at a US court on Tuesday.…
  6. Soccer: Japan beats Thailand 4-0 in World Cup qualifier

    Newsonjapan.com - Japan 03.28 / 22:27 newsonjapan.com
    Leicester City striker Shinji Okazaki celebrated his 50th international goal Tuesday as Japan brushed aside Thailand 4-0 to edge closer to a sixth successive World Cup. (Japan…
  1. The art of losing well

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 08:41 ejinsight.com
    The words of a very wise and experienced Head of Chambers rang in my ears as I pondered Hong Kong’s recent election charade. It was early days in my career at the Bar and, flushed with success, I proudly told him that I had won the last thirteen cases in a row, all for the…
  2. Selfie-obssesed movie fans warned off ‘Chi Ming bridge’

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 08:41 ejinsight.com
    The fire services department is warning movie fans of the dangers on “Chi Ming bridge” in Kowloon Bay after a sharp increase in reports of risky activities. The bridge has been named after the main character in the movie Love In A Puff starring Shawn Yue and Miriam Yeung. Since it was featured in the…
  3. New image: Carrie Lam takes minibus, eats at tea restaurant

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 07:27 ejinsight.com
    Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, who is often accused of being out of touch with ordinary people, appears to be making efforts to look more down-to-earth after her election victory on Sunday. On Tuesday she took a minibus to an interview on Broadcast Drive in Kowloon Tong, patronized a local tea restaurant in Lok…
  4. Schoolgirl calls mom from hospital: So sorry I got hit by a bus

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 07:27 ejinsight.com
    A secondary school student who jaywalked because she didn’t want to be late for an exam was hit by a school bus on Tuesday morning in Quarry Bay. The 13-year-old schoolgirl, surnamed Chan, escaped death but suffered serious injuries as a result, Sing Tao Daily reports. The accident happened at 7:26 a.m., as she was crossing King’s […
  5. More charges seen for Occupy protesters in foreseeable future

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 07:27 ejinsight.com
    Dozens of people who played a key role during the 79-day Occupy movement in 2014, could face charges in the foreseeable future. These are in addition to the nine people who have been charged, according to an unnamed source. The three Occupy founders-Benny Tai, Chu Yiu-ming and Chan Kin-man — were charged on Monday with […
  6. CY Leung rebuffs Carrie Lam on TSA suspension

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 07:27 ejinsight.com
    Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying was quick to snub his successor Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor after the latter said during a radio interview on Tuesday that she would work with the outgoing administration and seek to put on hold the controversial Territorywide System Assessment (TSA). Speaking to reporters before an Executive Council meeting later in the day, …
  7. What should John Tsang consider for his next career?

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 06:11 ejinsight.com
    Former financial secretary John Tsang is not a poet or playwright, but he can be a good actor or writer. In his final WhatsApp message to reporters, Tsang said: “Before the election curtain comes down, I would like to say this: “To hea or not to hea, that is not really a question.” “Hea”, which […]…
  8. Can Carrie Lam say ‘no’ to Sai Wan?

    Ejinsight.com - Hong Kong 03.29 / 04:40 ejinsight.com
    One of the most urgent tasks Carrie Lam needs to do before she takes office is to clarify the relationship between her administration and Beijing’s Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Will Sai Wan take a step back and not interfere in the affairs of the new administration? Hong Kong people know that the Liaison Office…
  1. [Inside Tech] Stepping closer to living in a smart home

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 09:12 koreaherald.com
    Today, everything seems to be smart. We see a flood of new smart home devices coming out from global and small tech players. Software giants Google and Amazon are competitively unveiling advanced voice-activated speakers while hardware behemoths Samsung, LG, GE and Philips are churning out the newest smart appliances and electronics. Small tech players are also showing off various smart gadgets such as bulbs, cameras, locks and lighting. Despite the companies’ efforts to push out a p…
  2. DSME chief urges workers to accept pay cuts

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 09:12 koreaherald.com
    The head of the ailing shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering on Wednesday urged employees to take part in a pay cut, warning that it is their last chance to save the company. Jung Sung-leep, the president of DSME, asked workers to undergo a pay cut of 10 percent saying it is for the sake of the company’s survival.  Jung Sung-leep, CEO of DSME, explains the company`s restructuring plans to the media on Friday. (DSME)“Before I ask you to join the pay cut move, I will return 1…
  3. [Kim Myong-sik] Historic juncture to upgrade Korea’s presidency

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 09:12 koreaherald.com
    Have you ever imagined that someday big data will replace the whole election procedure? On Election Day, you don’t have to go to the polls. Instead, the Central Election Commission will just announce the winner among registered candidates at 9 a.m. after working a few early hours with the huge amounts of data it amassed during the campaign period. The age of artificial intelligence has dawned and its application to politics is near at hand. Already, we know that some AI experts making big d…
  4. New Constitutional Court justice takes office

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 08:35 koreaherald.com
    A new Constitutional Court justice began her six-year term Wednesday, vowing to make voices for minorities in society.Lee Seon-ae, formerly affiliated with law firm Hwawoo, was tapped by Supreme Court chief Yang Seung-tae to replace Lee Jung-mi, who completed her term on March 13. Lee Seon-ae, a new judge of the Constitutional Court, speaks during a ceremony at the court in Seoul on March 29, 2017, to mark her inauguration. She replaces Lee Jung-mi, who retired on March 13, three days …
  5. Defense chief orders immediate retaliation to NK provocations

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 08:35 koreaherald.com
    South Korean Defense Minister Han Min-koo on Wednesday instructed troops not to hesitate to take retaliatory actions in the event of a North Korea attack.Inspecting a coastline guard post of the Army's 32nd Infantry Division, Han stressed the need for "perfect" combat posture both on the front lines and in the rear.  South Korean Defense Minister Han Min-koo speaks during a visit to an Army command post in this file photo provided by his ministry. (Yonhap)"There shouldn't be any disorder …
  6. Sim, a fierce woman with soft image

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 08:35 koreaherald.com
    As rare as it is for a progressive party member to grab much attention as a presidential candidate, Rep. Sim Sang-jeung has followed an unusual career path for a woman in Korea. The only female candidate to run in this year’s early presidential race and a mother of a 24-year-old son, Sim graduated from the elite Seoul National University, but devoted herself to labor activism.  Sim Sang-jeung (Lee Sang-sub/The Korea Herald)Instead of choosing a high-paying job at a conglomerate, she chose t…
  7. Taeyeon to release album on April 5

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 08:35 koreaherald.com
    K-pop singer Taeyeon will release the deluxe edition of her studio album “My Voice” on April 5, which includes three new songs, according to her agency.According to S.M. Entertainment, the new record will add four tracks to the album released in February. Along with “Make Me Love You” and two other yet-to-be-revealed new songs, the album will include her 2016 single “11:11,” which Billboard selected as the seventh best K-pop song of that year.  The teaser image for the deluxe edition of Tae…
  8. [Herald interview] Underdog vows to finish race

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.29 / 08:35 koreaherald.com
    Sandwiched between the two establishment camps -- conservatives and moderate liberals -- progressive leftists have rarely been a major player in Korea’s history of presidential elections, with their approval ratings hovering around 5 percent. For the progressive left’s flag-bearer Rep. Sim Sang-jeung, however, the upcoming May 9 election is more than just a victory or a turnover of power. Despite a relatively low chance of winning, Sim is committed to freshening the political climate by emb…
  1. Winning numbers of Tuesday's Taiwan lotteries

    Focustaiwan.tw - Taiwan 03.28 / 22:11 focustaiwan.tw
    Taipei, March 28 (CNA) The winning numbers for Taiwan's Grand Lottery 6/49 (大樂透) on Tuesday were 32, 42, 44, 22, 37, 21, plus the special number 38, the Taiwan Lottery announced that day…
  2. Water rationing to proceed in Tainan, Chiayi as planned

    Focustaiwan.tw - Taiwan 03.28 / 22:11 focustaiwan.tw
    Taipei, March 28 (CNA) With water reserves at major reservoirs in southern Taiwan continuing to decrease, the Water Resources Agency (WRA) said Tuesday that first-phase water rationing will be launched in Tainan and Chiayi County as planned on April…
  3. Two Taiwanese golfers inducted into Japanese Golf Hall of Fame

    Focustaiwan.tw - Taiwan 03.28 / 22:11 focustaiwan.tw
    Taipei, March 28 (CNA) Tu Ai-yu (涂阿玉), a seven-time money title winner on Japan's professional women's golf tour, and the late Chin Sei-sui (陳清水), who played on the men's tour in Japan in the years prior to World War II, have been inducted into the Japanese Golf Hall of Fame…
  4. MAC urges China to explain arrest of Taiwan human rights advocate

    Focustaiwan.tw - Taiwan 03.28 / 22:11 focustaiwan.tw
    Taipei, March 28 (CNA) The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) called on China on Tuesday to explain what has happened to Taiwanese human rights and democracy advocate Lee Ming-che (李明哲) whose wife said he has been detained by Chinese security autho…
  5. 2017 'youth ambassadors' program to focus on Southeast Asia: MOFA

    Focustaiwan.tw - Taiwan 03.28 / 22:11 focustaiwan.tw
    Taipei, March 28 (CNA) The government's "youth ambassadors" program will focus on Southeast Asian and South Asian countries this year, in line with Taiwan's New Southbound Policy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said…
  1. Electronic elections best way to accelerate process, Danesh

    Thekabultimes.gov.af - Afghanistan 03.29 / 06:46 thekabultimes.gov.af
     KABUL: Second Vice President, Sarwar Danesh met with Deputy Special Representative of UNAMA, Ms. Pernille Dahler Kardel at his office on Tuesday, his office …
  2. CE meets new SAARC Secretary General

    Thekabultimes.gov.af - Afghanistan 03.29 / 03:50 thekabultimes.gov.af
     KABUL: Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the Chief Executive of the National Unity Government met with the Amjan Hussain Sayyal, the new secretary general of the …
  3. Saudi Prince willing to invest in Afghanistan

    Thekabultimes.gov.af - Afghanistan 03.29 / 03:12 thekabultimes.gov.af
     KABUL: President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met with a Saudi businessman from the royal family of Saudi Arabia, Walid …
  4. Only negotiations could tackle current tensions between Afghanistan, Pakistan: CE

    Thekabultimes.gov.af - Afghanistan 03.28 / 23:31 thekabultimes.gov.af
     KABUL: Chaired by Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the session of council of ministers was held yesterday. In the session, the country’s chief executive in hi…
  5. Taliban’s most senior leader killed in East of Afghanistan

    Khaama.com - Afghanistan 03.28 / 22:25 khaama.com
    One of the most senior leader of the Taliban group has been killed during a special military operation in eastern Laghman province of Afghanistan. Provincial governor’s spokesman confirmed that Nasir Ahmad was killed during an operation in Qarghai district of Laghman last night. In the meantime, the provincial government in a statement said a shadow Read the full a…
  1. War crimes investigations against Moosa begins

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 08:56 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report Investigations started against controversial businessman Moosa Bin Shamser whether he was involved in crimes during the country’s Liberation War in 1971. “We have recently received allegation that he committed crimes during the 1971 war,” said Sanaul Huq, co-coordinator of the investigation agency of International Crimes Tribunal. “We will register a case against him [R…
  2. PM flight glitch: Probe report to be submitted May 7

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 08:20 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report The Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC was directed to submit the probe report of the case filed over the emergency landing of an aircraft carrying Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on November 27 last year on May 7 by a Dhaka court. Metropolitan Magistrate Ahsan Habib passed the order after CTTC Inspector Mahbub Alom,…
  3. Gunshots heard in Moulvibazar ‘militant den’

    Vnewsbd.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 07:52 vnewsbd.com
    Sound of gunshots has reportedly been heard in a suspected militant hideout in Moulvibazar’s Nasirpur during a drive conducted by law enforcers. Residents in the area said they emerged from sleep with the sound of gunshots on Wednesday morning. An Ankar Mia said he had heard a number of gunshots repeatedly after he woke up […
  4. Satkhira accident kills 1

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 07:42 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report A collision between two motorcycles at at Godown intersection in Shyamnagar upazila of Satkhira on Wednesday morning killed one and injured another. Mostafizur Rahman, OC of Shyamnagar Police Station, said the accident took place around 10:00 am, killing motorcyclist Bablur Rahman, 28, a resident of Ismailpur village of the upazila, on the spot…
  5. Govt to install internet monitoring system to combat militancy

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 07:06 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report In order to help combat militancy amid growing concerns about extremists using the internet to spread their propaganda and communicate amongst themselves, the government is planning to install internet monitoring equipment by May next year. The project titled “Cyber Threat Detection and Response” was approved by the Executive Committee of the National Economic [&#…
  6. CU student murder: 4 held

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 07:06 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report Police arrested four people in connection with the murder of Mohammad Alauddin Alalul, a student of Chittagong University (CU). The arrestees have been identified as Iqbal Hossain, 30, Yeasmin Akhter Rumpa, 21, Toiyob and Helal. They were held from Bhola and Chittagong in the last 24 hours. Bayezid Police Station OC Md Mohsin…
  7. 4 JMB members arrested in Dhaka

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 06:28 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) detained four members of a new faction of banned militant outfit Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (New JMB) from Dhaka’s Dohar area. RAB Legal and Media Wing’s Senior Assistant Director Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan confirmed the matter on Wednesday. He said the militants were held on Tuesday night. According to RAB, they [R…
  8. Suspected robber killed in Kushtia gunfight

    Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh 03.29 / 06:28 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report An alleged robber was killed in a reported gunfight between his cohorts and the Detective Branch (DB) police in Mirpur upazila of Kushtia on Wednesday morning. The deceased has been identified as Rafiqul Islam Rafiq (38), son of Ali Sheikh from Pangsha upazila of Rajbari. Sabbirul Alam, Officer-in-Charge of DB in Kushtia, said…
  1. Riyaz, law maker and ex police chief, under investigation for spreading false rumours

    Minivannews.com - Maldives 03.29 / 06:37 minivannews.com
    "They did this to stop what we are doing in parliament. To intimidate us because of the work we are doing politically," MP Abdulla Riyaz…
  1. Dubai to have tower dangling in the air from space?

    Tribune.com.pk - Pakistan 03.29 / 09:07 tribune.com.pk
    Analemma Tower will be a space-based building structure suspended through an asteroid in the air The post Dubai to have tower dangling in the air from space? appeared first on The Express…
  2. Nepal asks climbers to clean quake-littered Everest camp

    Tribune.com.pk - Pakistan 03.29 / 09:07 tribune.com.pk
    Mountaineers have removed more than 16 tonnes of trash from Everest in the past The post Nepal asks climbers to clean quake-littered Everest camp appeared first on The Express…
  3. Indian-occupied Kashmir observes shutdown to protest civilian killings

    Tribune.com.pk - Pakistan 03.29 / 09:07 tribune.com.pk
    Three civilians were killed in Chadoora town of Budgam district as local residents clashed with Indian forces The post Indian-occupied Kashmir observes shutdown to protest civilian killings appeared first on The Express…
  4. Second block of 6th population census to begin on Friday

    Aaj.tv - Pakistan 03.29 / 08:53 aaj.tv
    ISLAMABAD : The second block under first phase of the 6th population and household census will begin on Fridayand conclude on April 13.    According to Radio Pakistan, during this stage 6,445 blocksof Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 125 of FATA, 20,188 of Punjab, 9,081 ofSindh, 2,814 of Balochistan, 1,222 of AJK and 360 of GilgitBaltistan would be covered. [&…
  5. State Bank of Pakistan Slams Down Rumors Regarding Rs. 500 Note

    Brandsynario.com - Pakistan 03.29 / 08:36 brandsynario.com
    The State Bank of Pakistan finally decided to clear the air and put rumors circulating on social media to rest regarding the authenticity of the Rs. 500 note. The SBP has now clarified that both notes in the market are genuine. SBP further explains that there was a new design for Rs. 500 released in […] The post State Bank of Pakistan Slams Down Rumors Regarding Rs. 500 Note appeared first on…
  6. ‘Shameless’ star Emmy Rossum’s LA home burglarised

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - Pakistan 03.29 / 08:30 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    The 30-year-old actress was reportedly away from her home and in New York City at the time The post ‘Shameless’ star Emmy Rossum’s LA home burglarised appeared first on The Express…
  7. Pakistan move up in ICC Test rankings

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - Pakistan 03.29 / 08:30 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Misbahul Haq’s men are now placed on the fifth position after S Africa, NZ draw The post Pakistan move up in ICC Test rankings appeared first on The Express T…
  8. Pakistan moving towards a better future: Analyst

    Aaj.tv - Pakistan 03.29 / 08:17 aaj.tv
    ISLAMABAD: Defence Analyst Abdullah Gul on Wednesday said that Pakistan is moving towards a better future as present government has made significant decisions. Talking to radio Pakistan, he said the military courts would yield positive results for the country.The decision made by senate and national assembly must be appreciated. Abdullah highlighted that military courts were…
  1. 'We will meet when the time is right': Rajinikanth

    Dailynews.lk - Sri Lanka 03.29 / 06:01 dailynews.lk
    LocalIndia Today  After cancelling his trip to Sri Lanka, superstar Rajinikanth has written a letter to Sri Lankan Tamils thanking them for their love. 'Let good things happen. When time is right we will meet. I pray almighty for your well-being,' he wrote in the short letter. The superstar was in the eye of a political storm after announcing his intention to visit Sri Lanka for an event where newly built homes were to be given to war torn Eelam Tamil families. Rajinikanth also said he wa…
  2. Lyca Group sues Tamil Nadu MP for making defamatory claims

    Ft.lk - Sri Lanka 03.29 / 05:44 ft.lk
    The Lyca Group yesterday announced that it had issued a legal notice to I. Charles Nirmalanathan MP for making false allegations on South Indian-based TV station Puthiya Thalaimurai. The Lyca Gnanam Village was constructed by Lyca’s Gnanam Foundation to provide permanent housing for 150 families that had previously been living in a refugee camp in Vavuniya for 30 years. The village, located in Sinnnaadampan and Puliyankulam in the Vavuniya District of Sri La…
  3. Pro-Tamil groups not averse to Rajinikanth visiting Sri Lanka when situation improves

    Adaderana.lk - Sri Lanka 03.28 / 22:33 adaderana.lk
    Pro-Tamil outfits, including the Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK), on Tuesday said they were not averse to actor Rajinikanth visiting Sri Lanka to meet Tamils after the situation for the minorities improves there. …
  4. Emerging international image on Sri Lanka would bring benefits to people - Finance Minister

    News.lk - Sri Lanka 03.28 / 20:38 news.lk
    People will be relieved of tax burden as soon as possible…   Sri Lanka has been able to build a positive international image subsequent to its ability to make changes to the economy during the last two years, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said. The Minister points out such changes in the local economy have been recognized internationally although it is not palatable to certain extremist politicians.   Minister Karunanayake stated these views during a ceremony held at the Finance …
  5. President signs special gazette notification on declaring four forests near Wilpattu North Sanctuary as Conservation for

    News.lk - Sri Lanka 03.28 / 20:38 news.lk
    All the forests located near the Wilpattu North Sanctuary belonging to the Department of Forest Conservation will be declared as one Reserve.   Accordingly, President Mahripala Sirisena, who is on three days official visit to Russia, signed the special Gazette notification in Moscow, yesterday (24th March) declaring Mavillu, Weppal, Karadikkuli, Marichchikadi and Vilaththikulam forests as Mawillu forest Reserve under the 3A of the Forest Conservation Ordinance.   If there is any n…
  6. Sirisena–Putin friendship makes a new landmark in SL–Russia relations – Russian Deputy Foreign Minister

    News.lk - Sri Lanka 03.28 / 20:38 news.lk
    The close friendship which has been built between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena will create a new landmark in the bilateral relations between two countries, said Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Igor Morgulov. These remarks were made by him at a ceremony held yesterday (23rd March) at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Moscow, to mark the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Sri Lanka and Russia.   President Sirisena was the …
  7. Information Department websites win BESTWEB.LK awards

    News.lk - Sri Lanka 03.28 / 20:38 news.lk
    The Government’s Official News Portal of Sri Lanka ‘www.news.lk’ and the official website of Department of Government Information ‘www.dgi.gov.lk’ clinched a Silver award and a Bronze award respectively at the ‘BESTWEB.LK’ annual web-based awarding competition. The competition is an annual event, which is organized by LK Domain Registry, since 2009.   www.news.lk won the Silver Award under the Best Media, Sports and Entertainment Website category while www.dgi.gov.lk won the Bronze Awa…
  8. Schoolchildren have responsibility to win the next century – President

    Dailynews.lk - Sri Lanka 03.28 / 20:11 dailynews.lk
    LocalTags: Print EditionPresident Maithripala Sirisena said school children have the responsibility of winning the next century by building on past experiences. Addressing the centenary celebration of Ferguson High School, Ratnapura, on Monday, where he was the chief guest, the President said, “As evident, the history of a country is the foundation for what would happen in that country in the future. In this current era when everything depends on money, we should understand the c…
  1. Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport back to business after shutdown for Nyepi

    Balipedia.com - Indonesia 03.29 / 08:44 balipedia.com
    Ngurah Rai International Airport opened right back up again on Wednesday morning after taking a break in operations for the Balinese holy day, Nyepi. The airport was shut down for a 24-hour period…
  2. Two Australians denied entry into Bali over sex-offense cases back in Oz

    Balipedia.com - Indonesia 03.29 / 07:30 balipedia.com
    Immigration officers stopped two Australians from entering Bali on separate occasions at Ngurah Rai International Airport last week. Australian, MNM, was denied entry on Friday evening (March 24) on…
  3. Day of Silence in Bali: At least four tourists caught wandering Kuta streets during Nyepi

    Balipedia.com - Indonesia 03.29 / 05:30 balipedia.com
    Bali fell silent on Tuesday morning as the island powered down for the Balinese Hindu New Year Nyepi, the ‘Day of Silence,’ where people must stay inside, keep lights off, and noise down for 24 ho…
  1. Police nab suspect carrying drugs after car chase

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 08:59 thesundaily.my
    KUALA LUMPUR: Police have nabbed a suspect who was allegedly carrying drugs after a car chase along the New Pantai Expressway (NPE) today. Brickfields deputy district police chief Supt Arifai Tarawi said the incident occurred at 4.15pm on Tuesday when a traffic policeman initially stopped a car at Jalan Syed Putra here. He said the 46-year-old driver stopped his car at the side of the road and the policeman approached the vehicle for an inspection. "The policeman realised that the…
  2. Dego Ride would hinder Malaysia's aim of becoming a developed nation

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 08:59 thesundaily.my
    KUALA LUMPUR: Allowing Motorcycle ride-hailing service Dego Ride to roam the streets of Malaysia would hinder the country's aim of becoming a developed nation. Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Aziz Kaprawi said global cities such as Tokyo, Singapore and New York do not have motorcycle taxis as part of their public transportation services. "We are aiming to become a developed nation. We want to emulate the system (in cities) of other developed nations such as Singapore, Tokyo, London and…
  3. No feedback yet from Indonesia on maids: Human Resources Ministry

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 08:59 thesundaily.my
    PUTRAJAYA: The Human Resources Ministry has yet to receive feedback from its Indonesian counterpart on its decision to continue sending its citizens to work as domestic helpers here. Its minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot (pix) said the ministry will not be able to discuss any potential arrangements with Indonesia's Manpower Ministry until they receive an indication. "We will wait for a formal notification from them before responding," he told reporters after officiating the ministry's…
  4. 23 evacuated after floods hit Alor Gajah, Malacca

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 08:25 thesundaily.my
    MALACCA: Twenty-three victims from five families were evacuated after a flood occurred in Simpang Ampat, Alor Gajah near here late last night. The Malacca State Disaster Management Committee said in a statement that the victims were evacuated to the Flood Relief Centre at the Taboh Naning Community Hall, near here. "Heavy rain yesterday caused the Kampung Cherana Putih area to be flooded and the people living in the area had to be evacuated. "As of 8am today, 23 victims had been…
  5. (Video) Waterspout stuns Penang Bridge users

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 08:25 thesundaily.my
    GEORGE TOWN: Several videos of a waterspout forming in the sea during a downpour near Penang Bridge went viral on social media today with footage recorded by motorists using the bridge this evening making the rounds. The recordings show the waterspout resembling a mini twister spotted in the channel during the windy and dark weather. This natural phenomenon is associated with thunderstorms and strong winds. No casualty was reported at time of writing as the Fire and Rescue department…
  6. Families of children drowned in bauxite mining pool to sue land owner

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 08:25 thesundaily.my
    KUANTAN: Families of three children who drowned in a pool at a disused bauxite mining site in Taman Sungai Karang Jaya near here last month, will file a lawsuit against the land owner. The suit will be filed by lawyer Mohd Harris Abdullah who represented the parents of the three drowned children, namely Nureen Ain Juwita Mohd Sharif, 10, Salsabila Zuhairi, 12, and Salsabila's brother, Mahathir Mohamad, 7. Mohd Harris told a press conference today said he had already received confirmation…
  7. Chinese associations against 355 bill

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 07:11 thesundaily.my
    KUALA LUMPUR: The federal government has been urged to oppose the controversial 355 bill or Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction Act (Act 355). "We are gravely concerned with the bill tabled by PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang last November to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction Act (Act 355) to lift the jail term cap from three years, fine of RM 5,000 and whipping of six strokes (the so-called 3-5-6 cap) to that of 30 years, RM100,000 and 100 strokes (the new…
  8. Home Ministry nabs 'Datuk' over exploitation of 172 foreign, local workers

    Thesundaily.my - Malaysia 03.29 / 07:11 thesundaily.my
    KLANG: The home ministry has uncovered the activities of a man with the honorific "Datuk" title who had forced 172 local and foreign female factory workers to work overtime at a bird's nest factory here. The workers comprising Indonesians, Myanmars and locals were allegedly exploited by the "Datuk" who forced them to work more than 16 hours daily without rest days. In an integrated operation a team from the ministry's Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants (Mapo) unit…
  1. Zamboanga Sibugay to be declared special ecozone

    Sunstar.com.ph - Zamboanga 03.29 / 09:14 sunstar.com.ph
    THE province of Zamboanga Sibugay will soon become the third special economic zone in the region, in the mold of Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone and Zamboanga del Norte Agro-Industrial Zone. Guiling Mamondiong, director general of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, was quoted saying that the province along with Tawi-tawi province are considered for the classification as special economic zones to spur economic development as a comprehensive strategy to address…
  2. Sara, Pulong greet Duterte on his birthday

    Sunstar.com.ph - Davao 03.29 / 09:14 sunstar.com.ph
    PRESIDENTIAL daughter and son, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio and Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte greeted their father, President Rodrigo Duterte on his birthday Tuesday, March 28. Duterte-Carpio, on her Instagram, posted a photo of her and her father while she was carrying baby Marko Digong "Stonefish" Carpio, during his christening last March…
  3. Jobs for 40 Iloilo scholars approved

    Sunstar.com.ph - Iloilo 03.29 / 09:14 sunstar.com.ph
    THE Iloilo Provincial Government enlists 40 of its scholars in the Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) giving them the chance to earn extra income during school breaks. Those enrolled in state universities and colleges in Iloilo City will be placed in select offices at the Iloilo Provincial Capitol while those in the province will be assigned in their respective municipalities or in the nearest district…
  4. BDO gets injunction order vs Cebu City Government

    Sunstar.com.ph - Cebu 03.29 / 09:14 sunstar.com.ph
    BANCO de Oro (BDO) has secured an injunction order from the Regional Trial Court (RTC), enjoining Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña from performing any act that would lead to the closure of its branches in Cebu City. The court also prevented the mayor from making public statements or comments related to the case. In a statement sent to SunStar, the BDO management said the court issued the writ of preliminary injunction Tuesday, March …
  5. Military to NDF: AFP won't suspend operations

    Sunstar.com.ph - Cagayan de Oro 03.29 / 08:01 sunstar.com.ph
    THE request of the National Democratic Front-North Central Mindanao Region (NDF-NCMR) to implement a 10-day suspension of military operations (Somo) in some parts of Northern Mindanao was declined, military official said on Tuesday, March 28. Church leaders have met with military officials on Tuesday to relay the request of rebels so the group can release a policeman they captured in Bukidnon last…
  6. SC fines retired Pasay judge over 'biased' decisions vs CCP

    Sunstar.com.ph - Manila 03.29 / 07:58 sunstar.com.ph
    THE Supreme Court (SC) has meted out a P500,000 worth of fine to a retired judge over his numerous "biased" decisions in a case involving an expired lease contract between the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and one of its tenants. In a decision promulgated on February 21, the SC found retired Judge Pedro Gutierrez, formerly of Branch 119, Regional Trial Court of Pasay City, guilty of gross ignorance of the law, undue delay in rendering an order, and bias and partiality. The fine…
  7. PNP claims human rights cases vs cops dropped by 40%

    Sunstar.com.ph - Manila 03.29 / 07:58 sunstar.com.ph
    THE Philippine National Police (PNP) Human Right Affairs Office (HRAO) has claimed on Wednesday that human rights violation cases filed against police officers went down by 40 percent from 2014 to 2016. HRAO director Chief Superintendent Dennis Siervo said 174 cases of human rights violation allegedly committed by cops were recorded in 2014, while 131 were listed in 2015, and only a total of 105 cases were lodged in…
  8. VIRAL: Alleged Fake Globe Employees Gain Netizens Ire Over “Modus”

    Philnews.ph - Philippines 03.29 / 07:21 philnews.ph
    Alleged fake employees of telecommunications company, Globe, gained netizens ire in social media over purported modus. A certain Jeraline Martin took to social networking site, Facebook where she shared the asserted “modus” of so-called employees of Globe. In a series of photos shared by Trending Newsfeed Info over the reported incident, she was in their gruel […] The post VIRAL: Alleged Fake Globe Employees Gain Netizens Ire Over “Modus” appeared first on …
  1. UBER CUSTOMER CHARGED $25 FOR $9 RIDE AFTER DRIVER DISPUTES FARE

    Allsingaporestuff.com - Singapore 03.29 / 07:23 allsingaporestuff.com
    Uber is a hypocrite, booked uberX from Choa Chu Kang MRT to Choa Chu Kang Cemetery last Saturday, before booking it was indicated that the fare will be $9.20, fixed rate. An expected 10 minute journey became 50 minutes because of the jam, so after alighting from the car, uber sent me an email saying that I am charged $9.20 for the ride. Few hours later, they sent me another email saying that my fare have been adjusted to $25 as the driver disputed the fare! I have been contacting and…
  2. 2 LASELLE STUDENTS SUSPENDED AFTER DEFENDING GIRL FROM BULLYING FT STUDENT

    Allsingaporestuff.com - Singapore 03.29 / 07:23 allsingaporestuff.com
    2 male students studying at La Salle, a local arts school in Singapore, have been suspended after defending a fellow student from the bullying antics of a foreign student studying in the school. According to a witness, a foreign female student had attempted to force a fellow female student to give up her assessment space. In the midst of their argument, a male student approached the quarrel and tried to stop the foreign student from behaving like a bully. Even though there was no physical…
  3. NO MORE JOB SECURITY, FIRMS NOW OFFER JOBS ON CONTRACT BASIS

    Allsingaporestuff.com - Singapore 03.29 / 04:31 allsingaporestuff.com
    Dear A.S.S. Editor And so, it has begun. First, we complain that FTs are taking over our jobs. But now, our jobs might not even be our jobs anymore, with the advent of technology deeming old work skills to be redundant. With the gloomy economic outlook we are facing, it is only a matter of time before we don;'t have a job for life anymore. A survey done recently by HR experts Michael Page revealed that almost 70%of companies in Singapore hire PMET on a contract basis. In fact, about 80% of…
  4. PICKY TAXI DRIVER TRIES TO CHOOSE HIS PASSENGER KENA COMPLAINT

    Allsingaporestuff.com - Singapore 03.29 / 04:31 allsingaporestuff.com
    This is the best taxi driver i meet, i were taking a cab home from woodland train checkpoint "taxi stand", when aboard this taxi SHC6211H & told him i was going to Causeway Point mall, he straight away tell me to get out his taxi as the distance was too short for him to earn? WTF? Is this taxi at the taxi stand queuing? Is that not my turn? What kind of answer is this. I understand taxi driver have the right not to go places unless they indicate it at the panel on top of his taxi. But this…
  5. HAS SAMSUNG FORCED CUSTOMERS INTO SILENCE ABOUT PHONE DEFECTS?

    Allsingaporestuff.com - Singapore 03.29 / 04:31 allsingaporestuff.com
    A netizen was asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), which would have prohibited him about sharing anything about his defective phone from Samsung that would embarass the company. A reader shared this Facebook post by Lim Dao Qing Brian, who posted his unhappiness with Samsung on Channel News Asia and the Samsung Facebook page. According to Lim, his phone had died on him barely a week after using it. When he tried to get an exchange from Samsung, they said they would hand him a…
  6. SHARING OF OTHERS PERSONAL INFO VIA WHATSAPP GETS COMPANY IN TROUBLE

    Allsingaporestuff.com - Singapore 03.29 / 04:31 allsingaporestuff.com
    Dear A.S.S. Editor In what was the first case of its kind in Singapore, a local firm has been warned by the Personal Data Protection Commission after a staff member disclosed personal information of a former employee in a WhatsApp group. The commission found that a director at Executive Coach International had shared highly sensitive information about the former employee's drug problem and "issue with infidelity" with more than 50 members of a closed WhatsApp group. Under the Personal…
  1. Chinese military conducts training drill near Myanmar border

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 08:44 bangkokpost.com
    BEIJING - China has conducted military exercises near its border with Myanmar, where fighting between the Myanmar army and ethnic rebels has flared in recent…
  2. Cambodia outlaws trade in human breast milk

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 08:44 bangkokpost.com
    PHNOM PENH - The government has announced a total ban on the collection and export of human breast milk after it emerged poor women had been earning cash through the…
  3. Britain heads into unknown as May signs Brexit letter

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 08:44 bangkokpost.com
    LONDON - The UK will start the clock on two years of negotiations to withdraw from the European Union on Wednesday afternoon, a divorce that will redefine the country’s relationship with its largest trading partner and bring to an end decades of deepening political integration on the c…
  4. Bail request for red-shirts who stormed Asean Summit

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 08:44 bangkokpost.com
    CHON BURI - Key members of the red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) will next week seek bail for 13 colleagues jailed by the Appeal Court for storming the Asean Summit in Pattaya in…
  5. Airliner catches fire during landing in Peru

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 08:44 bangkokpost.com
    LIMA - A Boeing jet operated by Peruvian Airlines caught fire on Tuesday while landing at an airport near the Andean town of Jauja in central Peru after it swerved on the runway, but there were no serious injuries, a government minister…
  6. Ringgit trading slumps 70% offshore after central bank curbs

    Www2.bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 08:07 www2.bangkokpost.com
    Malaysia is succeeding in snuffing out currency speculation -- now it has to deal with the…
  7. Management keeps buildings at top of the game

    Www2.bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 07:30 www2.bangkokpost.com
    A study by international property services firm JLL shows that both residential and commercial developments that have been managed professionally and consistently have outperformed competing properties that are less well…
  8. Fish poacher shot by police

    Bangkokpost.com - Thailand 03.29 / 07:29 bangkokpost.com
    NAKHON SAWAN - A man was shot and wounded by a policeman while illegally fishing in a restricted zone of the Bung Boraphet lake in Muang district on Tuesday…
  1. 900g baby with congenital heart disease survived

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 08:45 dtinews.vn
    HCM City Paediatrics Hospital No 1 doctors have successfully performed a congenital heart surgery for a premature baby weighing 900grams, the lightest patient ever to receive the surgery.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 3:44…
  2. Vietnam tops regional champs for young athletes

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 07:31 dtinews.vn
    Vietnam ranked first at the 12th Southeast Asian Youth Athletics Championships which closed on March 28 in the Philippines.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 2:06…
  3. Beijing urges France to protect Chinese community after police shooting

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 06:55 dtinews.vn
    China called on France to protect its citizens two days after police in Paris killed a Chinese father of five, sparking violent protests in which 35 people were arrested.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 1:32…
  4. Nine missing after cargo vessel sinks

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 06:55 dtinews.vn
    The prime minister has asked local departments to continue the search for nine crewmen whose ship was hit and sank in the waters off Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province on March 28.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 10:50…
  5. Mid-end segment dominates Hanoi's apartment market in Q1

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 04:45 dtinews.vn
    The mid-end segment dominated Hanoi’s apartment market in the first quarter of 2017.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 11:02 A…
  6. Ministry updates on UXO pollution, settlement in Vietnam

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 03:58 dtinews.vn
    The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has held a press conference to update the media on the unexploded ordnance contamination and the settlement of post-war UXO consequences in Vietnam.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 10:50…
  7. Phu Quoc listed among top 10 beautiful Asian islands

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 03:19 dtinews.vn
    Phu Quoc island in the southern province of Kien Giang has been named as one of the top 10 most beautiful Asian islands to visit this summer by the tourism site www.topinspired.com.Wednesday, 29 March 2017 9:59…
  8. HCM City leader vows support for Fulbright University project

    Dtinews.vn - Vietnam 03.29 / 02:09 dtinews.vn
    Ho Chi Minh City has been providing all possible support for the Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV) project in the city, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong assured Chairman of the Trust for University Innovation in Vietnam Wednesday, 29 March 2017 9:08 A…