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Asia-Pacific
A Blueprint for Fisheries Management, Environmental Cooperation in South China Sea
The South China Sea is one of the world’s top five most productive fishing zones, accounting for about 12 percent of global fish catch in 2015. More than half of the fishing vessels in the world operate in ...

Manufacturing Misguided Protests in Assam
By Nava Thakuria
Special Correspondent
Can northeast Indian province of Assam be put on a red-hot pan anytime by few motivated leaders even though for a wrong reason? If most of the Assamese speaking people often listen to a section ...

UNESCO Should Cancel Japan’s Okinoshima Heritage Status Unless Women Allowed on It
Hindus are urging the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, whose 41st session was meeting in Krakow (Poland) on July 2-12, 2017, not to endorse or cancel Okinoshima Island of Japan for ...

Assam Forum Bats for Work Permits to Bangladeshi Settlers
By Nava Thakuria
Special Correspondent
Guwahati: Understanding the troubles caused by millions of illegal Bangladeshi migrants in Assam of northeast India, a patriotic forum urges the Union government in New Delhi to think about offering work ...

Singapore's Tycoons on Forbes Rich List See Wealth Rise
Robert & Philip Ng Retains Top Spot for 8th Year
SINGAPORE (July 27, 2017) — Despite a sluggish economy, the total net worth of the top 50 tycoons on the 2017 Forbes Singapore Rich List rose to US$104.6 billion, up 11% from a year ago. The ...

Drugs Crisis in Iran Emanating from Afghanistan
The Islamic Revolution in Shia Iran was meant to usher in a society based on conservative Muslim morals based on Sharia Islamic law. Yet, many decades later then clearly “emptiness” and “disillusionment” is rife in Iran. At the same time, it ...

"Fight against Corruption Is Actual Task"
Corruption causes serious damage to the development of any country. At the same time, citizens' trust to social justice, truth and state bodies is lost. Therefore, the fight against this evil ...

"Door Remains Open," French President Says
The new leader of France, President Emmanuel Macron, is making it known that the United Kingdom (UK) can still remain within the European Union (EU). Of course, this is based ...

Junior Football Leagues Show Record Growth in China
Shenzhen, China, June 12, 2017 — More than 1,000 children have competed in the first ever Mission Hills Junior Football League in Shenzhen this year, which reached its climax in ...

Bhupen-da Came alive with Dhola-Sadiya Bridge Inauguration Ceremony
Guwahati: It was assumed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would declare the Dhola-Sadiya bridge of Assam in the name of Dr Bhupen Hazarika and was also apprehended that the ...

Mission Hills China Joins Global Efforts to Promote Women's Golf Day
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S. Korean Team to Enter $1.75 Mil. Water Abundance XPrize Competition
Moon Jae-in to Become President of South Korea: Economic Issues and North Korea
My Experience with Korean Pop Culture
Mission Hills China Invites Golfers to Scale 5 Continents in 5 Days
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Japanese Minister in Shameful Comment about Tohoku: Tsunami, Nuclear Crisis, Tokyo Centric
The Fading Spirit of Kano Chikanobu Awakened by Shintoism
Asia’s Creeping Catastrophe
LPGA Tour Opportunity Bekcons for Strongest Ever Annika Field in China
Robert Mugabe, 93, Scoffs at Anti-Mugabe Alliance in Zimbabwe
China Needs to Re-evaluate the Independence of Taiwan: America and Japan
India Stands Shamed after Racial Attacks near New Delhi
Japanese Poetry of Kakinomoto no Hitomaro: Impact of the Asuka Period
Trump Offers China Economic Inducements If Beijing Puts Pressure on North Korea
Eleven Madison Park Claims No. 1 Spot at World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards
A Quick Guide to Speaking Japanese
Opening Minds, Shaping the Future: Ultimate Goal of Higher Education in Gloabalised World
The Dashing Pedro Almodovar to Chair Cannes Fest Jury
Top Lady Professionals Receive Mission Hills Ambassador Awards
Kim Hae-Rym Wins World Ladies Championship in a Play-Off
Saudi Ambassador to Malaysia Takes Harsh Stance at North Korea
"AWE 2017" Taking Place in Shanghai
FC Barcelona, Mission Hills Group Announce Ground-Breaking Partnership in China
New Year’s Resolutions: Have Yours Gone Up in Smoke?
Aussie Nutritionist Erica Angyal Becomes TV Celeb in Tokyo, Japan
"Black January," a Struggle for Azebaijan's Independence, to Be Marked in South Korea
World's Top 10 Head to Singapore for 10th Anniversary of HSBC Women's Champions
Transgenic Crops: Alternative to Food Security in India
Vedic Food to Lead Healthy Life
World's Writers to Gather for "Brahmaputra Literary Festival" in India's Guwahati
Kim Hyo-Joo Wins Hyundai China Ladies Open
International Competition for Creation of a Monument to Islam Karimov Announced
Elections -- Integral Feature of a Democratic Constitutional State
Tashkent Hosts 43rd Session of OIC's Council of Foreign Ministers on Oct. 18-19, 2016
Remembering My Principal Sir!
India Getting Ready For Global Export Race
The 6th World Doll Festival in Japan to Attract 1,500 Dolls from 71 Countries in October
Asia Must Embrace, Not Fear, But Its Changing Demographics
S. Korean Minister Hong Yun-Sik Visits Baku
Saluting Tricolour to Defy Militants’ Diktat in Northeast
Olympian Tiffany Is Pride of Hong Kong
Michael Douglas, Jay Chou, Yao Ming, Other Sports Stars at Mission Hills Haikou
Pakistani Youth Makes World Record in Reciting 50 Nations of Asia, Middle East in 1 Breath
Tomorrow’s India to Help Indian Businesses Tap into $10 Billion Opportunity in South Korea
A Plain Face Can Take the Sheen Out of Deadly Tobacco Products
Mission Hills Hosts Career-Shaping Scholarship Invitational
Russia's USO Secrets: Unidentified Submersible Objects in Russian and International Waters
Para World Sailing Championship Has Selection at Stake for Australia's SKUD18 Sailors
Bob and Bobbie: A Korean War Story
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The Coming Revolution of Chinese Robotics
Details of Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Policy Announced
Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev Attends Official Opening of 7th UNAOC Global Forum
Underlining India’s Productive Engagement in Myanmar
Future Stars Shine in ANNIKA Invitational at Mission Hills
The Sugar or the Trees
Tale of 3 Disney Cities in East Asia
China Emerging as "Unstoppable Force" in World Golf
"Perfect Imperfections" Charity Fashion Show Held in Hong Kong
Mission Hills Wins "2016 National Geographic World Legacy Award"
S. Korea Dominates World Ladies Championship
Kids to the Fore at World Ladies Championship Junior Clinic
China’s Liu Yu Takes Lead at Suspended World Ladies Championship
China's Liu Yu in the Mix at Mission Hills World Ladies Championship
Media Circus Descends on Mission Hills
Ji Han-Sol Leads as Play Suspended in China
Golfers Preparing for Rio at Mission Hills
"AWE 2016" Kicks Off in Shanghai, China
Team Announced for Mission Hills’ World Ladies Championship
Mission Hills Centreville Haikou Opens
24th Anniversary of Khojaly Genocide Recalled
International Business Centre, "UZEXPOCENTRE" Established in Uzbekistan
Success of Banking System of Uzbekistan
Kung Fu Fighters Join Hands for Good Cause at Macau Tower "Crazy Jump Day2 015"
"Uzpaxtasanoateksport" Presented at International Cotton Conference in India
Para World Sailing Championships -- Perfect Melbourne Conditions Continue
Social Partnership: Multifaceted and Efficient
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Uzbekistan Signs MOU with ILO for Cooperation
Int'l Investment Forum to Be Held in Tashikent
Int'l Forum on Women's Role Held in Tashkent
Food Preservation: Tool to Prevent Food Spoilage and Enhance Shelf Life of Food
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Melbourne, World's Best City to Live
Beijing’s Assurances Unpersuasive
"Most Crime Occurs outside Metropolis"
Carter Defends South China Sea at Shangri-La
Woman Is Companion of Man Gifted with Equal Mental Capabilities
Reports of Another High-Level Execution in North Korea
Pakistan Copter Crash Kills Foreign Diplomats
Aphibarnrat Wins Shenzhen Thriller
Women Entrepreneurship: Challenger to Gender
A Conservator Constitutional Head in Northeast India
Maria Sharapova Appears on CNBC
Women Empowerment: A Boom through New Media
Korean Cinema Comes to Chennai in India
"AWE 2015" in Shanghai Emerges as World's Major Expo for Household Appliances
After Lee Kuan Yew:What’s Next For Singapore?
China's Big Debt Swap
Where There Is a Will There Is a Way: Teeja Devi
Targeting Threats Alone “Won’t Save Our Wildlife”
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Understanding through Fellowship
Kim Hyo-Joo Proves She Is Real Deal
Taiwan Works with International Community to Fight Ebola
Long Road to Justice: Human Rights of Female Migrant Workers
Obama-Xi Summit: Assuage Respective Fears, Expand Cooperation
Plight of Remote Australians Is "Global Shame"
Japan's Moment to Lead on TPP
President Ma Calls for Peace, Democracy in HK
Lipsky, Lahiri to Take Merit Battle to Macau, HK
Celebrity Excitement Reaching Fever Pitch
Jay Chou in Harmony with Mission Hills, Hard Rock International
Samsung, Fox Sports to Co-Present “Sports Matters” in Singapore on Sept. 17-18, 2014
Mission Hills Driving for Scholarhips
Food Festival Attracting Huge Crowds
Nation of Bangladesh Celebrates Eid-ul-Fitr, Festival of Muslims
5th University Scholars Leadership Symposium to Be Held in Phnom Penh August 1-7
Mission Hills Ready for Footgolf Kickoff
A Bucket of Challenges Awaits Presidential Victor in Indonesia
Asia’s Star Daniel Wu Joins the A-List at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong
A Second Shot for Japan's Third Arrow
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Russian President V. Putin to Appear on CNBC
South Korean Student Named a Brisbane Ambassador
Explaining Australia’s New Wave of Animal Extinctions
"Promoting Peace in East Asia"
Kate Moss Interviewed by CNBC
US President Obama to Visit S. Korea April 25-26 on His Trip to Asia
Ma Calls for Consensus on Services Pact
Journalist Body Urges Political Parties to Manifest Their Gestures
World-Beater Park Inbee Races to Victory
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Park and Pettersen Poised for Showdown
22th Anniversary of the Khojaly Genocide
Bangkok Shutdown? Hardly!
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Two Killed on 3rd Day Blockade
Scientists Find Vast New Freshwater Sources under the Sea
S. Korea Give US$5 Mil. for Improving Maternal and Child Health Care in West Nepal
S. Korean Women Cricket Team in Nepal for Training
TPP Trade Ministers Get Close, but No Deal in Singapore Dec. 10, 2013
The 56th Asia-Pacific Film Festival Announces Nominee List
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World's Wet Woodlands "at Risk from Water Crisis"
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"2013 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship" Takes Place in Longkou, China Oct. 24-27
GUAM-USA Int'l Film Festival (GIFF) Announces 2013 Grand Jury Award Nominees
Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina Talks with UN Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-Moon
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Taiwan's National Parks Protect Ecosystems
The Rohingya: The Wretched of Myanmar
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Local Children meets President Xi Jinping at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong
Over 200 Bear Paws Seized by Chinese Officials
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Abenomics, Part Three
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5 Climbers including 2 S. Koreans Feared Dead on Mt. Kanchenjunga, World's 3rd Highest Peak
Coral Reefs "Ruled by Quakes and Volcanoes"
Big Pig Poo Problem Solved
Asia, Europe Focus on Education Partnership
China and Japan Play Cat and Mouse over Disputed Territory But Do Any Cats Exist?
Cameroon and Nigeria: French Hostages Released and Overture to Boko Haram
Japan and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
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Japanese Art and Bunjinga: Tani Buncho, Power of China and His Eclectic Nature
Sri Lanka and Kazakhstan Set Up HSBC A5N
Bangladesh President Zillur Rahman Buried by Grave of His Wife
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France, UK Want to Send Military Arms Directly to Sectarian Forces in Syria
Hong Kong Contemporary (HKC) Returns to City for 2nd Time with Most Exciting Asian Artists
S. Korean Ambassador to Bangladesh Lee Yun-Young Meets Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
S. Korean Wins Team Event at World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Haikou in China
S. Korean Doctor Urges Nepali to Differentiate S. and N. Korean Hospitals
Asia's Biggest Fashion Festas in Tokyo
At Least 46 People Killed in Bangladesh after Sayedee Was Sentenced to Death
Azerbaijan Successfully Launches 1st Communications Satellite "Azerspace-1"
2013 Guam-USA International Film Festival Announces Call for Entries
South Korean Volunteers Arrive in Bangladesh
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World of Art: Yuzo Saeki and Alyse Radenovic and the Impact of France and Kosovo
Modi Is the Man We Need in India
Nuclear Test by North Korea and Need for a Quietist Japan
Nation of Bangladesh Stood in Silence for 3 Minutes
Vertical Velocity: Taiwan Home to World's Fastest Elevators
Japan Art: Erotic Art, Sexuality and Landscapes by Ando Hiroshige
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HK Film "Life without Principle" Gets Best Film Award at 55th Asia Pacific Film Festival (APFF)
LDP Wins Election in Japan
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Cyclone Kills 27, Injures 100 in Bangladesh
China’s Blind-Eye towards NK Refugees Noted in Tokyo
Anti-Japan Rallies Spread to Cities in China
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China’s Coercive Economic Diplomacy: A New and Worrying Trend
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Cannes Film Fest Begins on a Hollywood Note
Claude Monet Was Smitten by Japanese Art: Impressionism and Ukiyo-e
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Bangladesh Celebrates Pahela Baishakh, 1st Day of Bangla Calendar Year 1419
Japanese Art and Tosa School: Tosa Mitsunobu and Power Dynamics
Russian Federation Lambasts Anti-Syria Alliance for Supporting More Bloodshed
Japanese Art and Bunjinga (Nanga): the Influence of China and Korea in the Edo Period
Tsunami Alters Core of Japanes Energy Policy
Ship with 300 Passengers Sinks in Bangladesh
Taliban Targets Descendants of Alexander the Great
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Sushmita Sen Attends Tiger Festival in India
Philippines, United States Explore Military Cooperation
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Execution of CHT Peace Treaty Priority for Government: Sheikh Hasina
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Pakistan’s Top Court Rejects PM Gillani’s Reply over Press Conference of PPP Leaders
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Pakistan’s Top Court Seeks Explanation from President, PM about Its Order on NRO
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Bangladesh Becomes World Leader in Disaster Preparedness and Combating Climate Change
UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Arrives in Bangladesh
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VNA Pilot Suspected of Using Fake License
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Burma Turns Hostile to Indian Separatist Groups
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Health Problems in Tribal Population
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18th ASEAN Regional Forum in Bali, Indonesia
China Internet Mogul Sina President & CEO Charles Chao on CNN’S Talk Asia
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Advent of Live-In Relationships in India
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Nepal Endorses Key UN Accords on Terrorism
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Korean Waves Reach India's NE Homes
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Plane Crashes in Nepal, 14 Aboard Killed
Nepal Seeks More Job Seats with S. Korea
Shame and Scandal Plague Commonwealth Games
China Now World's No. 2 Economy: AP report
S. Korean Firm in Algeria Offers Job to Nepalis
Rabies an Impending Threat for India
Korean Rotary Helps Cancer Hospital in Nepal
Greg Norman, Mission Hills Launch Junior Initiative in China
Remembering the Ancestors' Language
Should Tuberculosis (TB)-Preventive Therapy (IPT) Be Given to All?
New Partnerships, Old Ties
Telling the Stories of Taiwan’s First Residents
An Urban Dream
Nepal to Host Gay Parade on Aug. 25
UK Actress Jane Seymour on CNN’s Talk Asia
KOICA to Donate Food Aid to Nepal
S. Korea Interested in Hydro Project in Nepal
India’s Heritage-Acceptance and Harmony
Korean Company Likey to Bag Multi Million Dollars Project in Nepal
2010 Ubud Writers & Readers Festival Announces 2010 Line Up of Writers
Child Needs Compassion, Not Cane
Nepali-Korea Education Cooperations on Rise
U.S. Losing Afghanistan to China
A Beast Called Beauty
Most Afghans Do't Believe in Int'l Forces
Global Citizens Outsmart Governments
Japan’s Upper House Election
Hopes Rise for Blindness Recovery
Celebrating "4th of July" in Bangkok
Burning Rhino Horns: Creating Controversy
Music Legend Quincy Jones on CNN's Talk Asia
It's Difficult to Trust Pakistan for Terrorism Control
US Military Casualties in Iraq, Afghanistan Exceed 500,000
Condemning Military Election in Burma
Sex, Lies, and Videotape -- a Presage to Indonesia’s Upcoming Culture Wars
Bhopal Gas Tragedy: A Crime Called Bhopal
Fishers Caught between Degradation, Development
Industrial Catastrophe of Bhopal is a Street Crime?
Women Deliver 2010: Lot More Needs to Be Done to Save Women's Lives
117 people were killed in a massive fire crowded old Dhaka in Bangladesh
Protest against Military Election in Burma
Political Turmoil in Japan
Honour Killings Are India's Shame
Say Yes To Life: Say No To Tobacco
Burmese Demonstrates Anger against Junta
1st Bangladeshi Journalist in World to Summit Mount Everest
Islamic Fatwa(s) Challenging Human Rights
Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina Returned Home
Medical Education Advance
U.S. Troops in Afghanistan Drink Unsafe Water
Homophobia Is A Human Rights Issue
Indonesia’s New Wayang Epic: A Parable of Endangered Reform
An AIDS Vaccine is Possible
Thailand Steps into the Unknown
Celebrating Fourth of July in Bangkok
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Left on a Six-Day Visit to Seoul
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visit to Seoul beginning on May 16
Media Nest Focusses on Tobacco Control
US Military Burn Pits Pose Risk to Future Generations of Afghans
North Korean Leader Kim Jong-il’s Visit to China
An Indian Pilgrimage to Cannes
Assam: A Pretending Warrior and Peace Conventions
Maoist Rebellion in India
Face-Covering in Islam
Indonesia's Economic Priorities Give Short Shrift to Human Resource Development
Can Innovation Thrive in Singapore?
US Plans to Withdraw Its Troops But Leave Behind Toxic Mess
South-eastern Bangladesh Erupts in Violence
India Is Undergoing Rapid Dietary Transition
Critical Questions: The Aging of China
Economic Freedom for Women
1st Day Bengali Month Celebrated
Asians to Carry the Torch at Cannes
Storming Charts at Home and Abroad
Military, Political Efforts in Afghanistan Flounder As No One Is in Charge
Grim Picture of Human Rights in India
Smoke-Free Work and Public Places Law Is Being Violated in India
Sania "Sensation" -- From Tennis to Wedding
Women of This Village Suffering from Tuberculosis Have No Ray of Hope
NGOs Welcome New Notification of Pictorial Health Warnings on Tobacco Products
Yesterday's "Evil" Warlord Is Today's "Good" Warlord
Viva La Woman Power
Racial Tensions Heighten in South Africa
Only 5 % Farmers Know about Crop-Insurance Scheme
Cannes Film Festival and Probables
Red Shirts Smear Human Blood & Demand Election
IslamicJihad within the Territory of Russia
India Needs Independent Strategy to Tackle Terrorism
Universities in Hong Kong Focus on Innovation
"Robin Hood" to Open Cannes Film Festival
Govt Constitutes Tribunal to Try Heinous Crimes
Dingo One of World's Oldest Dog Breeds
Women Denied Right to Be Born in India
"Ratification of Rome Statute of International Criminal Court Will Provide More Credibility"
Muslims Burn a Christian Alive in Pakistan
World Tuberculosis Day on March 24, 2010
Umbilical Cord Blood: Panacea for All Diseases
Obama's Indonesian Summit -- What Is at Stake?
Persecution of Artists
"U.S. Embassy Hinders NATO War Efforts"
Anti-Islamic Activities of "Jihadi" Fighters
Burma on Radar as New Delhi Prepares for Talks with ULFA
BRGF to Address Regional Imbalances and Bridge Critical Gaps in India
Saudi Arabia -- Also a Patron to Hafiz Sayeed?
Radical Islam and Terrorism in the Balkans
Bank Century Scandal Tests Indonesia’s Tolerance for Free Speech
A Case for Continuing Talks
Bangladesh President Urges South Korea to Recruit More Manpower
Virtual People"s Power Flexes Its Muscle in Indonesia
Assam: Where People Defy Militant's Diktat
International Mother Language Day Observed with Reverence in Bangladesh
Possible Consequences of America's New Afghan Policy
More Taiwan Men Seek Help after Being Abused by Wives
If Shah Rukh Khan Is a "Pak Jehadi Agent" Then Who Is Patriotic Muslim?
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What Effect Will Dalai Lama Have on Chimerica?
Curry Bashing in Australia
Politics & Religion
Myanmar's Elections Won't Be Free and Fair
Bangladesh Readies to Hang Bangabandhu Killers
Pakistan and Ongoing Christian Persecution
Korea-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KBCCI) Formed
Management of Transnational Rivers
Smoke and Mirrors Surrounding West Papua's Cycle of Violence
Japan, China at Odds over Nanjing Massacre Victims in History Report
U.S. Japan to Launch Talks on Cooperation in Nuke Forensics
U.S. Gov't Announces $6.4 bil Arms Sales to Taiwan
Honda Sets Own Recall as Toyota Details Action
Japan to Pursue 'Third Way' to Beat Economic Difficulties: Finance Minister Kan
Malaysia Wants to Draw FDIs for Knowledge-based Industries
Taiwan President Ma Delivers Medicine,Food Supplies to Haitian PM
Bangladesh Executes 5 Killers of Bangabandhu, Ending Its Darkest Chapter
US Director Tim Burton to Lead Cannes Jury
3-Day-Long "Bishwa Ijtema (World Congregation of Muslims)" Concludes
Development Journalism ls Crucial for Social Change
International Film Festival Begins in Guwahati
Malaysia Woos S.Korean Businesses with Business-Friendly Policies, Incentives
India's Car Boom Creates Its Own Chaos
ASEAN Plus One Makes ECFA Signing More Urgent
Making Idiots Out of Men
Indian Girls Find Paris Hilton’s Shoes Too Hot
2010 Taiwan International Festival to Be Held by National Chiang Kai-Shek Cultural Center
1433 -- The Grand Voyage
Salsa Festival to Sweep Hong Kong Off Its Feet
Users of Tokyo Shelter for Displaced People Grow to 833
S.Korean Court Rules in Favor of Refugee Status for Gay Pakistani Man
In Memoriam- President Gus Dur, 1940-2009
Regional Satraps Raising Their Heads in India
Pakistan's Top Court Decides Important Cases Since Restoration
Yukio Hatoyama: 100 Days, East Asia and U.S.
Pakistan's Top Court Directs Minister to Submit Written Reply to Contempt Show Cause Notice
Mexican Film Wins Top Prize at Marrakech
Youth, Women, TV with Reference to Pakistan
Ben Kingsley Hopes to Be an Envoy for Cinema
Movie Director Hopes Obama Would Solve the Palestine Problem
Maluku Music of Today & Yesterday
Responding to TB, HIV, COPD and Tobacco Smoking Needs Coordinated Approach
Playing into Colonial Hands
Asian MPs Insist on a Free & Fair 2010 Burma Polls
Nandita Das on Marrakech Jury
Toll Rises to 78 in Bangladesh Boat Mishap
A Decaying Film Festival
Marrakech Festival a Boon for Local Cinema
India and Pakistan Post 26/11
Panorama Selection Questionable
IFFI to Open on a Note of Visual Lyricism
South Korea to Be Focus at the Film Fest
Apex Court Upholds Death Penalties of Ex-Army Officers in Bangladesh Founder's Murder Trial
Thai Military Wants U.S. Satellites to Hunt Islamist Rebels
Dalai Lama’s Tawang Visit Vexes Beijing
Guwahati Festival to Highlight Terrorism
Voice of Separatism Once Again Heard in India
Why Mumbai Film Fest Scores over Goa
"10th Asia Television Forum" Promises Richer Content Market
Misleading Statements Can End Pakistan’s Credibility
Mumbai’s Young Movie Critics Ready to Tear Apart Cinema
Activists Urge To Suspend Shwe Pipeline Project in Burma
India Is Still Hungry for Food
America Won't Lift Sanctions Unless Suu Kyi Is Freed for Election
A/H1N1 Influenza Death Toll Rises Over 6,000, Says WHO
Honor Killing through Lens at Mumbai Festival
Death Toll of Pakistan Blast Climbs to 89
Taliban Now Out of Control of Pakistan
Assam: Brutal Armed Group, Incompetent Administration
11th Mumbai Film Festival to Open with Matt Damon's "Informant"
U.S. Appeals to Extradite Russia's Alleged "Merchant of Death"
Film Festival to Showcase Some Gems
Perilous Path to Special Autonomy
Malaysia Welcomes More Korean Investment in Key Industrial Sectors
Taiwan Economy Gradually Recovering on First Anniversary of Global Financial Crisis
Chinese PM Arrives in P'yang, Greeted by Kim Jong Il at Airport
Racist Ishihara Fails to Get 2016 Olympic Games
Without Suu Kyi, 2010 Polls Have No Meaning
Taiwan Proposes International Cooperation Schemes to Combat Climate Change
Daily Life in Japan and Isolation
Papuan Fault Lines: Part II: Nationalist Dreams
Chinese Army Offers Glimpse of Changes In Celebration Parade
Powerful Indonesia Quake Kills 75, Traps Thousands
Dozens Killed as Quake, Tsunami Hit Samoa Islands
Can India Host 2010 Commonwealth Games?
Tokyo Olympic Bid and Hatoyama Risks Loosing His Credibility
Storm Causes Widespread Flooding in Manila
Fault Lines in Papua: Part I
Indonesia and Ba’asyir, the Preacher of Hate
A New Irritant in India-China Ties
Beijing Eyes Northeast India !
Indian Festivals establishing Communal Harmony and World Record
After Month-Long Fasting The Muslim World Celebrate Religious Festival Eid-ul-Fitr
Indonesia and Islamic Terrorism
Chinese Authorities Assault Journalists: Japan News Agency
Barara's Ravana Ready to Break Its Own World Record
Aceh in Indonesia Passes Stoning to Death Law
The Tiger War
Corruption, No Less Dangerous than Communalism
Bumpy Road to Copenhagen
2016 Olympic Bid and Racist Governor of Tokyo
"Good Health Is India's Basic Need": Easier Said than Done Mr. Prime Minister!
Randy Collins and Child Abduction in Japan
Shameful Adieu for Advani
Nava Thakuria Elected Assistant Gen. Sec. of WWFJ (World Water Forum of Journalists)
Islamic Militants Target Buddhists in Thailand
Ban Ki-Moon Assures Hasina of Continued UN Support for Promotion of Democracy
Foreign Weapons Kill the Blockade on Burma
Bangladesh Destroys Hinduism, Buddhism
Muslim Bashing Must End
Rubbish Rubbish Food and Embrace Healthy Lifestyle
One Swine Flu Patient Dies in Bangladesh
New Theory on the Origin of Our Eye
Japan Opposition DPJ Crushes LDP in Landslide Victory
Mumbai Film Festival Prizes to Be among the World’s Highest
Child Abduction in Japan: Shane Clarke Case
Action against Musharraf- An Invitation to Political Instability
Northeast India: People Defy Militant’s Diktat to Celebrate I-Day
Of Music and Divinity
Northeast India: Waiting for Justice for 18 Years and On
BJP Refuses to Read the Writing on the Wall
USA Appeases Islam under President Obama
Sheikh Hasina Ranks 78 among Forbes "Top 100" Women
Nomads Reemerge under Climate Change
S. Korean Golfer Yang Stuns Woods to Win PGA Title
Pakistan’s Supreme Court Likely to Take Up Cases under NRO
34th Anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's Death
Bangladesh Withdraws Army Camp from Eastern Part of Country CHT
An Indian Juror in De Sica Land
Demand for Constitutional Recognition of the Regional 45 Indigenous Communities
Buddhists Fear to Walk in Southern Thailand
On a Wing and a Prayer in Indonesia
Former Prime Minister of Bangladesh Khaleda Zia Charged with Embezzlement
Pakistan Must Abolish the Blasphemy Law
India's Gays Can Now Love without Fear
Wake Up Call on Childhood Obesity after Years of Neglect
Pakistan and Burning Alive of Christians
"Move Away from Export-led Growth"
Bangladesh Seeks International Help on More War Crimes Evidence
An Indian Summer at the Lagoon City
Swimming Against the Tide
Images of Confucianism and Buddhism
Migration Opportunities Can Cut Poverty
Int'l Environmental Conference Begins in Dhaka
Nigeria Challenged by Radical Islamists
Rains in Bangladesh Broke Half-Century Record
Kalam’s frisking: Burning Questions
Somalia and Christian Martyrs Killed by Muslims
Why Indonesia Will Beat the Bombers
Black Friday in Jakarta
Northeast India : Where Protector Turns Killer
Japanese Law and Another Victim, Kevin Brown
KOSOVO & Systematic Persecution by KLA
A Tamil Film with a Difference
Japan Ignores Child Abduction because of Racism
U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue to Be Held in Washington DC on July 27-28
Expected Relief to Nawaz Sharif
Japan Allows International Child Abduction
The Uyghurs: The Periphery Moves
NAM: Before and Beyond
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: But Where Is the Magic?
Raising Support for Democracy in Burma
India Is Racist Too
Zardari’s Confession: Better Late than Never
Ethiopia Continues to Develop under EPRDF
Saudi Arabia and Why Child Marriage Is Allowed
Indian Muslims Raise Voices for Uighurs
Indonesia’s Fear Factor Abroad
China Faces a Fresh Bout of Ethnic Hatred
Veil and the Theory of "Clash of Civilisations"
Islam and the Myths of Unity and Peace
Hollywood Bungles in Bollywood
Pakistani Public Turns against Taliban, but Still Negative on US
A New Hope of Life for Our Ailing Education System
Varun Gandhi: Boon or Bane for the BJP
Int'l Day Against Drug Abuse, Illicit Trafficking
Will Captive Breeding of Vultures Work?
Policy of Radical Hindutva Boomeranged on the BJP
Human Behavior, by Extension History, Is Predictable.
The Tragic Tale of the Indian Tiger
Obama Will Back Green Energy in ASEAN, Indonesia
IRAN Enters a Political Minefield alongside Obama
Australia Leads in War on Desertification
Taliban Encouraging Sect Violence
U.N. Security Council Adopts Resolution to Punish N. Korea over Nuke Test
Northeast India: Trailing a Notorious Rebel
World Now in Early Days of 2009 Influenza Pandemic
Islam Needs to Be Challenged by True Democracy
The Great Monoculture
North Korea's Point of View
S. Korean Dive Centres Join Forces on Earth Day to Cleanup the Ocean
Love, Love Me Do
Taliban: an Ideology, Not the Force of Fighters
Looking for Social, Labor Dimension in Korea-ASEAN Summit
India: Politics of Communalism, Egoism & Boasting Buried
Myanmar: Ethnic Minorities & Aung San Suu Kyi
Smoking Manners Campaign in Japan
Is Burma Junta Learning from Cyclone Nargis!
Colombia and Extrajudicial Killings Scandal
"The Biggest Vending Machine"
IRAQ and the Destruction of the Mandaean Religion
Flag Bearers of "Ram Rajya" in Secular India
Non-Arabs of the Middle East and Persecution
Why the Liberalist Pluralist Model?
Cannes Courts Controversy
"Ram Rajya," "Good Governance" & "India Shining"
One-Third Preventable Deaths Can Be Averted by Healthy Environment
Indian Elections: A Circus of Villains
Is a Nepali Fugitive Winning Indian Election?
USA Is Worried about Events in Pakistan
Its Raining Miracles in Apna Uttar Pradesh!
Do Not Break the Nucleus
Assassins Haunt Thailand's Government after Insurrection Is Crushed
Politics: Allocation of Resources
4-Month-Old Girl Fights for Life after Brutal Acid Attack
A Lesson for Hypocrite "Nationalists"
Beyond Bollywood’s Melodramatic Mishmash
Indonesia: The Whole World Is Watching
India's Infrastructure at Breaking Point
Whispers of Sanity in the Frenzy of Madness
Indian National Congress & Nehru-Gandhi Family
Pakistan Faces Internal Threat
N. Korea Pulls Out of 6-Party Talks because of Japan
Thailand's Military Shoots to End Bangkok's Insurrection
Scores of Thais Injured in Army-Protester Clash
Need to Free Islam from Clutches of Terrorists
India: First Ever Firebrand Politician of Nehru Gandhi Family
Japan under Ishihara Must Not Be Given the 2016 Olympics
USA Is Looking at Plan Colombia in Order to Tackle Afghanistan
Asia's 40 Billion People Fed by Women
What do Varun Gandhi's Pronouncements Mean?
Neglect of Tuberculosis Control among Indigenous Communities Unethical
MYANMAR – Karen Christians Face Joint Army and Buddhist Onslaught
Is It Ethical to Provide TB Treatment without Quality Counselling?
Jazz Cafes Japan
The Tamil and Sinhalese Conflict
Inconsistent Politics, Unstable Pakistan
Global Citizens Choose New Life in Rural New Zealand
Bolivia under Morales and the Indigenous Issue
Girl Gangs with a Noble Cause
Tobacco Industry Interference with Tobacco Control: WHO Report 2009
Tobacco Cessation Can Piggy-back Ride on Health Services
Storms Are Strong Enough
In The Spirit Of Freedom (from Tobacco)
International Community Demands Big Tobacco Comply Swiftly with Health Treaty
Freedom under Chinese Boot in Tibet
World Conference on Tobacco or Health to Open in India
Youth against Cross-border Tobacco Advertising in Films
For the People by the People, Finally!
Saudi Arabia Allowing 8 Year Old Girls to Marry Old Men
Engaging Low-income Countries in Climate Change Mitigation
Smoking Screen
Education, Development & Enlightenment: With Special Reference to Pakistan
USA -- Bail Outs Must Be Questioned after AIG Losses
Public Resentment Grows against Guwahati Serial Killer
Evidence Is Key in Improving Health Responses during Financial Crisis
Vitamin A Supplements Reduces Child Mortality by over 20 Percent
Ethiopia under Prime Minister Meles Zenawi
Right-to-Information (RTI) Movement Brewing in UP
Pakistan Christian Congress Seeks Refugee Status for Christians in Pakistan
Europe Is Facing a Real Economic and Social Crisis
Land Prices Fall in 99% of Major Japanese Cities in January: Survey
Taliban Propagating Religion or Irreligion
Mayawati Ji, Why Did We Get Bulldozers Instead of Homes?
Gaza Campaign and Israel’s Security
USA is Deeply Concerned about Pakistan and Swat Agreement
A Spoonful of Sugar Can Help Fight Malaria
Alas! Yazid Is Reborn
Pacific Lead to Recession Recovery?
How Will the World Begin to See TB Care as a Smart Investment?
Agriculture Extension Systems Should Be Strengthened in India
Pride and Poverty: India's Amazing Blending
Children of a Lesser God? Abandoned and Stricken Too!
Will recession impede TB care and control?
43 RP Congressmen Sign Debt Cancellation Move
Fable of Mr Benjamin Button: Riveting Cinema
Japan Must Not Be Rewarded the 2016 Olympics under Ishihara
Kala Azar Patients Lack Adequate Diagnosis and Drugs
"Suka Duka: Compassion & Solidarity"
Maintaining Peace, Stability on Korean Peninsula Beneficial to All Sides:Chinese FM
China Declares Highest Level of Emergency for Worst Drought in 50 Years
Why Did Sapamcha Kangleipal Run Away from Custody?
Sri Lankan Crisis: Shelling on Hospital Invites Condemnation
Baby Boom by Miracle Missions
Manish Gives Hope for Those in Need of Healthcare
BSP's Abdul Mannan Urged Not to Shield Those Who Beat Dalit Workers
Shankar Singh: From a Tout to an Activist
China, Russia Rebuke America at World Economic Forum
The Mangalore Molest
Northeast India Defies Militant's Diktat:
Ideal of Tribal Self-Rule Degenerates into a Police State
Farmer Field Schools -- a Unique Way to Teach Farmers
Australia Launches Anti-Racism Drive
Indian Faces Humiliation in Bangladesh
PAKISTAN -- Radical Sunni Islamists Are Now Destroying Female Schools
In Online World, Non-Profits Are What They Do
Aamir Khan Film Is a Bad Copy
Asian Tourism Set for Rocky Ride in 2009
Slumdog Millionaire: A Warped Picture of India
Woman Journalist Killed in Nepal
Further Dilution of Pictorial Tobacco Warnings Feared
Postmortem Is Over
Indian Agriculture Is Bouncing Back
Urging for Insurance Coverage to Media Persons
Requiem for Purity
Village Community Radio Will Give Voice to People's Issues
It May Well Be the End of Agony in Sri Lanka
Citizens of India-Pakistan Stand Up for Peace
Scientists Probe Enigma of Coral Death
Protection Is Key to Long, Healthy Vision
Beating Global Myopia Threat
Women Farmers Fight for Their Rights, Identity
Woody Allen’s "Vicky Cristina Barcelona"
Tent Village in Tokyo Draws over 300 Homeless
Bangladesh: Waiting for a Stable Democratic Regime
ULFA Leader Appeals UNHCR for Political Asylum
Assam Mourns Death of Mumbai Terror Attack
Living with Floods Is Their Destiny
"Longmen Grottes (龍門石窟) Will Be Safe"
Land of Agriculture Is Facing Food Crisis
'Nishan' Editor Lenin Roy Arrested Illegally
Bangladesh Polls: Apprehension on Final Outcome
Thaksin Lashes at Justice, Military for Interference with Thai Politics
Mumbai Gunman's Confession Sheds Light on Massacre
Rhapsody 2008 -- a Symphony of Different Cultures for Medical Professionals
Zimbabwe Now Faces Cholera Epidemic alongside Other Ills, So Can Mugabe Survive?
Addressing Diabetes Is Vital for Strengthening Tuberculosis Control
Crop Insurance Is the Life Insurance Scheme for Farmers
Pakistan and the Persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslims and Christians
Manipur Asks for CBI Probe into Scribe's Killing
International Film Festival of India
Mumbai Terror
Marrakech Int'l Film Festival Has Grown
Bhopal Gas Disaster Dec. 3, 1984
Imperial Japanese Navy Slaughtered Leprosy Victims in 1943
Sarkozy Defies China with Dalai Lama Talks
Two Canadians Killed as They Try to Escape Thailand: Police
'Diabetes Doctor Is at Your Doorstep' in Chunampet Villages
'Nayana' -- A Unique Mobile Eye Care Initiative for People with Diabetes
USA -- President Bush Is Trying to Contain Russia via Georgia and Ukraine
Some 34 Thai Anti-gov't Protestors Injured in Grenade Explosion
India Becomes Yet Another Major Victim of Radical Sunni Islam
Scribe's Killing in Northeast: Demand for Punishing Perpetrators
Activists Decry India's Deferment of Pictorial Health Warnings on Tobacco Products
Another Blow to Enforcement of Tobacco Control Policies in India
Terror Attacks in Mumbai; 101 Dead, over 900 Injured
Sustainable Agriculture Can Be the Back-bone of Indian Economy
Anti-government Protesters Cause Chaos at Bangkok Airport
Terrorists Religion
Addressing HIV and IDU Issues Vital for TB Programmes
South-East Asian Diabetes Summit to Open Up in India
Effective Tobacco Control Policies in Nepal Shaping Up
The Politics of Big Capital and the Poor in Narmada Valley
Special on Universal Children's Day
India Agrees That Tobacco Industry Puts "Pressure" to Relax Health Policies
Psychological Impact of Violence on Kashmiris in India
Marrakech International Film Festival
'Suspend Burma from BIMSTEC'
Japan Needs to Create an Independent Foreign Policy
Ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Divorces
Caring for Children, Adolescents with Diabetes
Shambled Secularism
Festival Manager Is Wanted for 2009 Ubud Writers & Readers Festival
US and Indian Policy Paradox
Climate Change Is Impeding Agricultural Production in Uttar Pradesh (India)
UK Revokes Ex-Thai Leader Thaksin's Visa
Indonesia Executes 3 Muslim Militants over 2002 Bali Bombings
Guwahati Citizens Meet to Discuss Terrorism
Benegal’s Sajjanpur
Strong Possibility of Sarabjeets Release
Living on The Outside: The Impact of Diabetes-Related Stigma
China to Outline First National Action Plan to Protect Human Rights
Chinese Delegation Visits Taiwan for Historic Talks
Japan Air Force Chief Fired over Controversial Essay
Inflation Threatens to Engulf Vietnam and The Policies of Doi Moi
UAE Seeks New Rules for Asian Temporary Mirgrant Workers
Korea -- U.S. Alliance to Put China into a Disadvantageous Position: Scholar
Whither The Light of Democracy
Hypocrites & Separatists in India
Flexibility behind Taiwan's Guiding Principles when Developing Foreign Relations: Dr. Yang
Group Clashes Shock Northeast India
The Wrath Of God
Osteoporosis Rates in Asia Approaching Those in the West
Cambodia War Crimes Tribunal Moves Forward
Senior Japanese Official Accused of Trafficking Filipino Women
India and The Oscars
India Should Strengthen Its Public Distribution System to Reduce Food Scarcity
Birdwatchers
A Riveting Movie on Islam's Crisis
Highly Concentrated Pesticide Detected in Chinese-made Frozen Beans
ROC’s Double Tenth Day Observed in Gala Reception in Seoul
People with Diabetes Lose More Than Money
Glorious October: A New Start for Taiwan
ROC Envoy Speaks on Change Across the Taiwan Strait
Armenia and Azerbaijan Are Still in Dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh?
Need to Refrain from Communal Politics in India
RP Eyeing to be Asia's Health, Wellness Capital
India Embraces Smoke-free Policies on Gandhi’s Birth Anniversary
The UN Is Undemocratic and Manipulated, So What Is the Point?
The Holy Quran: Doubts & Solutions
America Is Seeking to Contain the Russian Federation
3rd Global Tobacco Treaty Action Guide 2008 Released
New Japanese PM Aso Hints at Allowing Use of Collective Self-Defense
Uphold Public Health over Corporate Interests
India in the Grip of Terrorism
Andhra Pradesh Should Gear Up to Enforce Tobacco Control Policies
India to Treat Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis Nation-wide by 2010
Victim of Terrorism -- the Common Man
Terrorism, Indian Festivals & Communal Harmony
Pak: Unstable Politics and Terrorism
Anwar Vows to Topple the Government by Next Week
Malaysian World Peace Congress Scheduled for Oct. 29-30,2008 in Kuala Lumpur
Oxfam Scales Up Response to Bihar Floods
From Where the Attackers are Inspired
Pictorial Warnings on Tobacco Products in India from Nov. 30
PM Fukuda of Japan Resigns and This Nation Is in Confusion Once More
One Dead, Dozens Injured as Protesters Clash in Bangkok
Japan Prime Minister Fukuda Announces Resignation, Citing Stalemate
Venice under the Hollywood Spell ?
Japan Needs Stability in a Time of Urgency
An Ignited Assam Baffles ULFA
Do Not Tame Poisonous Snakes in Kashmir
World's Marine Parks 'May Not Save Corals'
Russia Responds to America's Intimidation
A Riveting Movie on Islam's Crisis
Presidential Race Hots Up in Pakistan
Russian Federation & Next Stage of Development under PM Putin and President Medvedev
N. Korea Refuses to Investigate Japan's Abduction Claims from Scratch
Market Confidence Remains Extremely Mixed
Why China Needs to Modernize Her Armed Forces
Opposition Backs Zardari for Pakistani Prexy
There is Hope Post-Musharraf
Taiwan Seeks to Join UN Agencies including WHO
Pakistani President Musharraf Declares Resignation
MEXICO -- President Calderon Is in a Flux because of the Growing Drug Insurgency
Assam Defies Militant's Diktat to Celebrate India's Independence Day
Durano Grooms RP as Shoppers’ Hub; Sets Shopping Fest in Sept. 2008
India: Responsible for Burning J&K?
Japan, N. Korea Agree Abduction Probe Should End by Fall
Three Killed in Renewed Volence in China's Far West
Explosions Rock China's Restive Xinjiang
HDN and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance Announce Merger Talks
Philippine Tourism Posts 7% Growth in Tourist Arrivals for First Semester 2008
Japan and the Suicide Problem
When Bangladeshi Influx Ignites Assam
Hiroshima Day: Let Us Worship Peace and Shun Violence
Karzai's Brother World's Biggest Heroin Supplier
Tamil Super Hero Rises Again
Stress and Your Health - How Stress Affects Your Health
India: Attack on Stable Communal Harmony
'We Reject Indo-US Nuclear Deal' Campaign Begins
Nepal Can Expect a Consensus of Government Soon
Dog Meat Traders Arrested in Philippines
A River, A Man: The State Responds to Dr. GD Agarwal's Fast to Save Ganga
The Comic Fantasy
Demonstrators at Korean Consulate Call for Release of Indian Seafarers
Victorious Maoists Lose Battle for Kathmandu
A Base for Another World War
Bus Explosions Kill 2, Wound 14 in China
The Smoking Screen!
India: Assam Party Waits for an Opportunity
Thai-Cambodia Troops in Near Shootout over Heritage Site
Bollywood and Beyond at Stuttgart
Burma after Nargis: Devastated, Depressed and Dejected
Help Aamir Khan to Keep Promises and Quit Smoking
New Film May Spell Hope for Bollywood
When a Disastrous Regime Continues
Pak Nuclear Reactors & the Terrorists
Indo US Nuclear Deal: Why This Hurry and at What Cost?
What Should Energy Security Mean to India?
Indian Court Serves Notice to Amitabh Bachchan for On-screen Smoking
Partnerships between Patients and Doctors Will Improve Healthcare
Population Increase Movement among Extremists
NAPM Opposes the Indo-US Nuclear Deal
Beijing International Tourism Expo 2008 Concluded with Great Success
May Tourist Arrivals Grow by 6.8% in Philippines
"Mayawati Government's Decision Will Improve Medical Teaching": Prof. Rama Kant
Indian Cinema Feeds Deceit
India Can Produce More Rice through 'SRI': Experts
Exposing Corrupt Journalists of Our Time
Overcoming State Suppression, Prof. Agarwal Continues Save-Ganga Fast in Delhi
Nepal Waits a Republic Regime: Diasporas Don't Favor Koirala
Dr. Binayak Sen As I Know Him
10-Day Fast in Support of Dr. Binayak Sen Begins in Five Countries
Waiting for Consensus on Government in Nepal
An Indian Film on an American Power Plant
Will South Korea Reaffirm Commitment to TB/HIV in New York?
Activists to Fast for 10 Days Demanding Release of Dr. Binayak Sen
Ubud Writers & Readers Festival to Be Held in Bali Oct 14-19 under Theme of Tri Hita Karana
Nepal Welcomes Democracy
Enforce Existing Tobacco Control Legislations in India: WHO Awardee 2008
Gram Pradhans Getting Impatient with Social Audit
Understanding God in Reformed Theology
Gram Pradhans Tried to Disrupt the Citizen's Social Audit
Citizen's Social Audit Exposes: "Where Trees Are Planted before They Are Purchased"
Indian Tolerance: A Curt Reply for Terrorists
Citizens Conducting Social Audit of Government Schemes in India
Kanpur Land-Sharks Intimidate RTI Activist by Fabricating False Charges
Spectacular UN Vesak Celebrations Begin in Hanoi
'You Can Control Your Asthma': Dr. Nils Billo
Will Indian Government Arrest Those Who Discuss Gov't Decisions?
River Linking Project of India -- Expectations
India Not At Cannes
Super Star Amitabh Bachchan Nationalist, Not Regionalist
Assam Government Bows Down to Public Outrages
The Woman Who Couldn't Become President
Nepal -- End of Kingship & Rise of Maoism
After 1.5 Years, Right-to-Information Act Provides Relief to Unnao Residents
Colossal Squid Is Defrosted in Wellington
Koreans Come in Droves for English Classes
Greater Resources and Stronger Political Commitment Critical in Tackling Malaria: WHO
Silent Slaughter: Failing the Hmong
Democracy Weeps in Nandigram: NHRC and NCW Urged to Act
POSCO Not Driven by Philanthropy But Shrewd Planning to Compensate Displaced Farmers
Who Will Gain from POSCO Project in Orissa, India?
Enforcement of Tobacco Ban in Prisons Uphill Task in India
Modern Women, Traditional Men in Taiwan
Bikini Corals Recover from Atomic Blast
Two South Korean Women Found Dead on Larn Island, Thailand
POSCO Project Is Not an Unquestionable Boon for India
Sarabjit's Release May Prove a Milestone
Displaced People in India Announce a Massive Demonstration
Taiwan Helps Korean Animal Rights Groups
Incest Dad, Daughter Live as Couple, Have Child
Climate Change Has Implications on Public Health
Call for Restraint in Thailand's New Drug Control Policy
Shaky Start to Druk Democracy
US Support to Tibet Movement: A Blessing or a Curse?
India and Burma Push Joint Project
Orissa in India: An Economic Scam Brewing?
North Korea Test-Launches Missiles
World to Watch Vesak in Vietnam
Writer Taslima Nasreen Forced Out of India
Who Will Pay US$ 80 Billion to Halve the No. of People without Basic Sanitation?
Bhutan Turns Democratic
Can South Korea Stop Drug-resistant TB Too?
Bush Sees Ma Victory as 'Fresh Opportunity' for Taiwan Strait
Australian Red Cross ‘Save-a-mate’ program wins inaugural Award for Innovative Drug Policy
Sonia Gandi Looks Towards India's Future
Zardari's Role in Pakistan Politics
Chinese Security Forces Swarm Tibet
India Inspires World Fashion
Rising Tobacco Use among Women
Mills & Boon
India: Mumbai in Hot Waters
Disregarding Public Outcry: Assam Government's Way
"The Ping Heard round the World" Revisited
Butterfly Fish ‘May Face Extinction’
New Cases of Contaminated Gyoza in Japan
The Dare-Devil Communalism
"Jodhaa Akbar" Creates Controversy in India
Japan's Obstructionist Position on Illicit Trade Protocol
Army, Police Heads Become Governors in North East India
Hot Future for Old Forests
Pakistan Questions Successor of Bhutto
Smoking in Indian Movies Gets Challenged
Sania Mirza Subject to Ridicule in Native India
Chikungunya Virus Threatens Australia
Turns Hokkaido City into Dreamland of Snow
75.9% of Japanese Say They Will Not Use Chinese Food: Kyodo Poll
RP Tourism Still to Grow
Turkey Set to Lift Headscarf Ban
ISI Spreads a Net in Northeast India
Blast Killed Bhutto, Says Scotland Yard
Tension, Disaster, Turbulence - Welcome to Year of Rat
International Tourism Meet Seen to Boost Cebu, Bohol
'Bharat Ratna' in the Political Whirl
Rhinos Dwindle as Poaching Thrives in India
Afzal and Advani
Sarkozy and Bruni Love Causes Moral Outrage
India and the Oscars
'The Padyatra' Linking the Land-rights, Dignity and Freedom
Obstacles for Parvez Musharraf
Opposition Wins in Taiwan Poll
Taste of Democracy in Bhutan Is Not for 108,000 Refugees
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Confers with Japanese Minister
What Hope for Myanmar?
Many Indian Christians Are Suffering!
UAE VP Mohammed bin Rashid visits Benazir Bhutto's house in Dubai
Shuffled Off to History, Veneration of Roh Moo-Hyun Will Follow
Secular India & Narendra Modi
Thailand Targets Fuel-efficient Cars as Future Product Champion
The Institute of Ethnic Relations
Koreans are welcome in Baguio, RP
S. Korea's Girls Being Revalued
Pro-Thaksin Party Claims Victory in Thailand's Post-coup Election
China Unveils New 300-km-per-hour Bullet Train
Faces of BJP
UAE, Japan Reiterate Commitment to Bolstering Joint Partnership
Korea’s rise as the Philippines’ top foreign tourists didn’t just happen.
Musharraf ends emergency rule
Why Fondness for Taslima?
Three Travel Café Philippines to open in Makati, Pasay
Vietnam Getting Ready for Buddha's Big Day in Hanoi
Thai Embassy in Seoul Hosts Reception on Occasion of King's 80th Birthday
Asian Water Development Outlook Launched in Singapore
Where Are All the Half-Evolved Turtles?
Musharraf Steps Down from Post of Army Chief
India : Another Effort to Crack the Society
Australian Premier, an Ally of Bush, Is Defeated
Congress: On Thorny Path- Another "Mr. Clean"
1st APWS to Be Held in Beppu on Dec. 3-4
Thailand: Biotechnology Goes Tropical
Musharraf Says He Will Resign as Head of Army
CNN's Art of Life Looks at Luxury in China
Whither the Innocence of Childhood?
Mistakes of Moments, Sufferings for Centuries
Beekeeping Provide Sweet Profits
No Time for Dictatorship
Imagery of Ram Rajya and Gujarat
Acid Oceans Warning
Myanmar: Asia Should Act Now
Tearful Estrada thanks Arroyo
Hu Jintao Heads Politburo Standing Committee, with 4 New Faces Joining In
Eeney Meeny Miney Mo
Diabetes Wake-up Call after Years of Neglect in Asia
Scores Killed As Blasts Hit Bhutto Convoy
Stop Dow Recruitment in IIT Chennai
Round-the-clock Burma Vigil in Parliament Square, UK
Indian Festivals -- Religious & Social Aspects
Ron Paul Tzu
Burma Unifies People's Voices in North-East India
What Future for Australia's Coral Reefs?
Mounting Public Pessure against Dams in Uttarakhand state, India
Will Independent Commission Increase Judicial Accountability?
400 Indian Farmers March to Fight Hunger
India Ranks 72 in 180 Nations on Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI)
Strengthen Health Systems to Control Dengue: WHO
Is GE-WIPRO Concerned over Rising Female Foeticide in India
India: Truth, Facts & Cricket
German Women's Soccer National Team Succeds in Regaining World Cup Title
Mayawati Government to Expedite Justice in Hashimpura Case
Light the Lamp of Democracy
Thailand -- Healthcare Hub of the Future
Court Reprimands MP Government for Arresting 91 Anti-Dam Protestors
What Is Important - Power or Ram?
News of Three Deaths at IIT Kanpur Confirmed
Fate of 25,000 Families Hinge on Sept. 20 NCA Meet
Setu Samudram & Politics
Pakistan in Hot Waters
Irom Sharmila: The Iron Lady
Soft Skills for Personality Development
Korean Arrested, Sued for Smoking in Mindanao
IHP Launched to Strengthen Health Systems
Asian Water and Sanitation Need Attention Now
India's Under-nutrition Levels among Highest
After 20 Years, RTI Is Another Blow to Hashimpura Survivors
A Bullet to the Future for Taiwan
Public Pressure Mounts against Arrest of Binayak Sen
Dhaka Univ. Faculty, Students Beaten Up, Detained
Kung Fu Hero Gordon Liu on CNN's Talk Asia
Opium Production Up by 34% in Afghanistan
50 Years of Merdeka
Dogs Should Be Sent to S. Korea for Soup
Food Sovereignty under Threat
Singapore Set to Stage Biggest World Cuisines Show in Asia in 2008
Afghanistan -- Lifting the Veil
Tobacco Industry Succeeds in Diluting Indian Health Policy
Activists Oppose the Indo-US Nuclear Deal
How Much Is That Tibetan Doggy in the Window? A Mere £250,000
Guardian God of the Forest
A Secular State or An Islamic State?
Women Farmers Fast against Reliance Maha-Mumbai SEZ
Pakistan under Dark Clouds
NSG Countries Urged to End India's Nuclear Isolation
One Country, Three Systems? Unlikely
Lal Masjid to Satanic Dwelling
148 Nations to Protect Health Policy From Tobacco Industry Interference
India: Political Storm on Presidential Elections
Racial Abuse on Rise In New Zealand
UN Mid-Point Progress Report on Development Goals Paints Mixed Picture
148 Nations Meet as Parties to Global Tobacco Treaty at COP-II
Making English Asia's Own
Mumbai's Sky-High Apartment Prices
Desert Australia, Iceland Share Common Knowledge
Cambodia Holds 1st Donor Meeting
Alert to Protect Global Tobacco Treaty before COP-II Begins in Thailand
Saemangeum Haunts Conservationists No End
Patil in for President's Race Not Only because of Being a Woman
China's Ex-FDA Head Condemned to Death over Big Pharma Bribes
Mini Charity Marathon for Kids in Cambodia
Amitabh in Political Spiral
India: Kalam, The First Preference
Aso Mining's POW Labor: the Evidence
with Hong Kong Film Director Andrew Lau
Dwindling Democracy in South Asia
Hashimpura Survivors Find Hope in RTI Act
Failure of Another Effort To Spoil Communal Harmony
Li Bin (李濱) Freed from All Suspicions
Hyderabad Blast: Wake Up Call for Secular India
Is Compulsory Licensing the Solution to Patients' Access to Treatment?
Health Ministry Alert on Iron-Deficiency Anaemia
A Change Awaits Pakistan
Action Stars Don't Need to Know Kung Fu
China Tries to Save Sucker Fish
An Ominous Deal
1st Time Indians Get 2007 Human Rights Prize
Responding to Diverse HIV Healthcare Needs
Japan Eyes Buying US F-22A, F-15FX Fighters
The "Ishmail Ax" Insight
M5.3 Quake Jolts Central Japan, Injuring Over 2
With Inadequate Cessation Services, What Will Kerala Smokers Do After April 16?
Malaysian GP Organisers Happy With Record Turnout
A Tumour in Islam - Shia Sunni Conflict
China slams U.S. human rights report as slanderous
Another Death of Pregnant Woman with HIV Is Alarming
No Territorial Problems between ROK and China
Draft Law to Protect HIV People Needs Revision
India Poised And Shining
Don't Forget The Rise in Violence Against Women-Tsunami-Survivors
A Ray of Hope for Medical University Teaching
Activists Celebrate As Malaysia-US FTA Deadline Expires March 31
Tokyo Okays Emergency Response Guideline against Missile Attack
Activists Challenge Corporate Control of Water on World Water Day
Millennium Star Amitabh Bachchan & Politics
Japan Survey Confirms: No Sex, No Babies
Vietnam's TB Programs Face New Challenges
Neglect of Hepatitis C Leaves People with HIV Vulnerable
Is It Just Another Day in Life of Indian Woman?
Terrorism vs. Communal Harmony in India
China Issues US Human Rights Record
Director Bong's "The Host" Opens in Australia
Garuda Indonesia Jet in Flames after Crash
The Rights of Displaced People
Abe Won't Apologize Even If US Resolution Raps WWII Sex Slavery
Japan's PM Abe Too Sensitive to Lead
Link between Tobacco Use and Films
Perhaps Catholics Can Succeed in China
Integration of TB and HIV Services Urgently Needed in Indonesia
Ex-Chinese Envoy to Seoul Li Bin under Probe
Hanjin-backed Coal Plant in Subic Bay Opposed
More of the Same Will Brew Drug Resistance
Only Patriotism Can Lead to "Developed India"
RMB Hits New High against U.S. Dollar
JAL to Cut 4,300 Jobs over Next 3 Years
Baby Boom May Put Strain on Chinese Hospitals in "Year of Golden Pig"
God and Science
Chinese President in Dubai for talks with Sheikh Mohammed
Is a Priority, Says Indian President Kalam
To Be Young, to Be Married, and to Be in India
Musharraf Says Rifts, Looming Dangers Threaten Regional Stability
Head Injuries Soar Unabatedly: Prof. Rama Kant
Musharraf holds talks with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed
Australia Tops Latest Poll as Honeymoon Spot for Koreans
Needled Duck Dodges Helpers
"China & the New World Order" by George Z. Gu
Instant Ramen Inventor Ando Dies at 96
Abe Visits Meiji Jingu Shrine Instead of Yasukuni
Former P.M. Thaksin of Thailand Can't Escape Criticism
Thaksin Lawyer Rejects Bombing Link
Abe Remains Ambiguous over Yasukuni Shrine Visits: Kyodo News
Female Infanticide: Indian Prospective
China Sacks High-Ranking Official
73-Year-Old Japan Emperor Reaffirms Importance of Mourning War Dead
Korea-UAE Economic Partnership Forum scheduled for June 2007
Japan's Population to Fall to 90 Million in 2055
Is Deputy Premiere's Office in India Justified?
Thailand Loses Luster with Vietnam's Rise
Confucius Reenters China's Schools to Parry Western Ways
20 Int'l Sculptors Created "Sculpture in Park"
New Law to Keep China's Wall Looking Great
Aussies Want Sex Partners Who Love Them
Teenager Hooks 500kg Marlin in Australia
George Walker Bush: The Fighting President
Thailand Attracts Patients for Sex Changes
Seminar Shows Solutions for Desert Problems
Israeli Envoy Recalled for Racist Remarks
Opens the Asian Freedom Film Festival 2006
Taiwan's Winds of Political Change Never Cease
Taiwan Divided by Politics, United by Pitcher
Mass Rally for Embattled Taiwanese President
India: Festivals & Communal Harmony
Tsunamis Do Less Damage to Reefs Than Men
Zheng He’s Ship Restored in Nanjing, China
Spanish Garden, Flamenco Dance, and Food
Founder of Surgical Oncology in India Dies
175 N. Korean Refugees Arrested in Bangkok
Crowds Cause Fishy Sex Changes
Mass Rallies Launched against President Chen
Bush Focused on Cutting Off N. Korea's Missile
New-born Baby & Japan's Imperial Family
China 'Absolutely against' N. Korean Nuke Test
Textbook Mirrors Change in China
US Sees 'Good Chance' to Hit N. Korea Missiles
N. Korea Transships Missiles Via Russia
Japan Wins 8th Asian Karate Jr. Championships
Who Threatens Thai Democracy?
Japanese Artists Call for Peace
Venezuela Courts China with Oil
U.S. offers Japan up to 80 more interceptors after N. Korea missiles
Milk Drinking Deities Draw World's Attention
US Eyes Deploying Another Radar System over N. Korean Missiles
The Changing Face of Vietnam
8th AKF Junior & Cadet Championships
AIDS Conference 2006
Mahathir Fights to Protect Legacy
Campaign to Oust Chen Starts Off with a Bang
S. Korea, China to Accept 1 Shrine Visit by Next Premier
29 Thai Provinces Declared as Bird Flu Zone
Japan, S.Korea Mutually Mistrust: Joint Survey
Aso to Propose Putting Yasukuni Shrine under Effective State Control
Asian Suicide Bombers Sent To Attack Jewish
Japan Population Stands at 127 Mil.
Belgian Florist Will Arouse Imagination
French Society Is Flawed
India: Terrorism Vs The Muslims
Thailand Records Bird Flu Death
China's Explosive Growth Continues
Abe Describes N. Korean Leader as "Rational"
Hong Kong Democrat Speaks
Japan to Give Garden to Thailand
More Quakes Warned as Java Deaths Rise
China Toughens Stance against N. Korea
Mumbai Blasts
Hindrance in World Peace: Central Asia Conflict
Bollywood Superman
Science and a Young Earth
India: Vision 2020 & Kalam's Reelection
Koizumi's Last Waltz with Bush
China Executes Dozens on UN Anti-Drug Day
First Kashmiri Film in 20 Years
Chinese Influence Seems Unstoppable
Cannes Film Festival 2006: Minimalism, Too
Dark Soya Sauce Healthier Than Red Wine
Taiwan VP Promotes "Soft Power" at DPU Meet
Cannes Fest Prizes
Chen Hands Over Some Powers amid Scandal
Tokyo OKs Plan to Realign US Military Presence
Indonesia Quake Death Toll at 5,427
Cannes Film Festival 2006: Great Delights
China's Rising Defense Spending Dangerous
The Da Vinci Code
UN Chief Targets Strained Ties in Asia
33-Year-Old Man Weds 104-Year-Old Woman
Missing Tigers
US Works to Boost Cooperation in Asia
Aussie Man Survives for 70 Days in Desert
The Despair of Tibetans
Being Part of a Team
Jackie Chan: Laureus Friend & Ambassador
Paris Hilton to Play Mother Teresa's Role
Trilateral Stratagem To Slow China's Growth
US Border Enforcement Bil Too Tough, Unwise
Australians Wrestle with Cultural Differences
Frozen Laird Comes to His Census
In Vietnam, Christianity Gains Quietly
Military Ties Warm between US, Vietnam
Japanese Remarks About Taiwan Anger Beijing
What’s between China’s Growth & Global Development?
Chinese Economy Grows to 4th Largest in World
Vietnam's Economy Keeps Churning
Please, Sir, May We Have An Ambassador?
W. Coast Whale Vomit Could Be Worth Millions
Indonesia's Stature Rises
Bin Laden Could Be Dead or Very Ill
In Asia, English Is Useful but Mandarin Is Rising
Japan's Snow Country Faces Test of Time
Koizumi Blames China, S. Korea for Bad Ties
Villagers’ Close Encounter with Bigfoot
China's Youth Look to Seoul for Inspiration
Nationalism Drives China, Japan Apart
Japan Jeopardizes East Asia Summit
Rigged Central Asian Elections Ignored
Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej Wins WMO Award
Proposal for Future South Asian Union (SAU)
Ex-Sex Slave Keeps Quest For Compensation
Tokyo Teacher Embattled over War History
The Most Dangerous Job in China
Fans Worldwide Pay Tribute to Bruce Lee
Singapore Fires Sole Hangman
Enough Undocumented Workers?
Asia Rivals' Ugly Images Best Sellers in Japan
Book Review -- China’s Global Reach
Tokyo to Pay ROK, Taiwan Leprosy Victims
Special Life Experiences of Doctor in China
Domestic Workers: Family Members?
US to Shift Key Okinawa Base
Major Cities in China on High Alert of Bird Flu
Rules against Korean Leprosy Patients
Chen Hopes Korea Won't Cave in to China's Pressure on APEC Envoy
Mao: The Ugly Reality behind an Icon
Taiwan Parliament Speaker Unlikely to be Accepted at APEC Summit
Deserter Jenkins Writes Memoirs
Oldest Noodles Unearthed in China
Japan Eases A-bomb Payout Rules
China’s Global Reach:
Chen Makes "Transit Visits" to UAE, Bali
Why Seoul Helps the North
Koizumi's Shrine Visits Ruled Unconstitutional
The Stars Realign in Japan
Tokyo Affordable? In Some Ways, Now It Is
Largest Study Dispells Asian Belief on Smoking
S. Korea's Largest Terminal to Operate Next Year
Koizumi Clinches Historic Election Victory
As China Changes, So Does Its Image of US
Chen Wishes He, Kim Jong-Il Attend APEC Meet
Giant Fish A Vanishing Breed
Sri Lanka Crisis
Khan Gave N. Korea Centrifuges
Asian Bellwether Looks Southeast
Is China Japan All Over Again?
Hollywood Movies Doing Well In India
"Give Me Reform or Don't Elect Me"
Democratic Pacific Union Launched
Japanese Spy Told Stalin of Japan's War Policy Against U.S. in 1941
Peace Pipe
Mangal Pandey: The Rising
Dubai among Rivals to Singapore as Major Air Hub
Murdoch Son Leaves News Corporation
Honda Clash
After 2,600 Years, Is Japan Finally Fit for Gueen?
Hong Kong's Honor for Bruce Lee
Children of Hiroshima
Bush-Manmohan Singh Pact
China Has an Ancient Mariner to Tell You About
Pipeline Risk to Siberia Wildlife
Satyajit Ray, Still India's Most Noted Movie Icon
Getting on top of Everest's Rubbish
London Chosen for 2012 Summer Games
Afghanistan Riddled with Drug Ties
Ban on Cigarettes in India
Mao Myth Thrives, But Don't Mention Dark Side
China & India: Can They Do Better Together?
Roll Over, Godzilla: Korea Rules
Chinese Economy Cools Off: Statistics
She's Got the Look, and Science Can Prove It
Japan to Double Whale Catch
Chiang Mai, a Hippie Hideaway, Goes Upscale
Role of War Shrine for Japanese
"Match Point" Excoriated by Britons
Nagasaki A-bomb Report Found 60 Years Later
Taiwan's Gangster-Turned-Preacher
HK Sees Seoul as Priority Mart to Fuel Growth
Erotic Verse Sheds Light on 'Playboy Lama'
Trapping Cambodia's Sex Tourists
Burma Rebuilding Risks Pagan Jewel
In Vietnam, War History through Political Lens
East Timor Has Beaches Like Bali's
US Change of Heart on IAEA Head ElBaradei
Crisis In India’s Hindu Nationalist Party
Khmer Girls' Trafficking Ordeal
Manmohan Singh’s One Year
N. Korea Mobilizes Millions for Farming
China Hails Legacy of Great Adventurer
Celebrating Japan's Trafalgar
Crescent of Water Is Slowly Sinking into Desert
China Builds Malls on Gigantic Scale
"Non-believers" Struggle with Change
58th Cannes International Film Festival Begins
Japan Names Day after Hirohito
Federation: The Best Choice for Taiwan & China
Zhang Chunqiao Dies at 88
Indonesia's Suharto Seriously Ill
China's Panda Ambassadors
Asia Lays Bet on Casino Gambling
PATA Conference Closes Committed to 'Building Success'
Man's 135 Dogs Raise a Stink with Nighbours
Abduction, Often Violent, a Kyrgyz Wedding Rite
Japan & China: What’s Really at Stake?
Vietnam's Long Journey from War
Indo-Pakistan Cricket Diplomacy
Violence Flares as the Chinese Rage at Japan
In New Texts, Lessons in Rising Nationalism
Asian Giants Keep Up War of Words
A Montage of Religious Faces of India
Anti-Japan Protests Jar an Uneasy Asia
In Japan, Korean Actors Set Hearts Aflutter
Textbook Issue Not Japan's Internal Affairs
Chen's Vatican Trip Angers China
Thai PM Vows to Rebuild Tourism Confidence
China Opposes Security Council Expansion
The Coming Age of Chinese Multinationals
Japan History Books Fan Neighbors' Unease
FIFA Not to "Interfere" in N. Korea Problem
Japan to Engage China, S. Korea on UNSC Seat
U.S. Visa Refusal
Rogue Fans Disrupt Iran-N. Korea Soccer Match
Tokyo Urges Seoul to Support Its UNSC Bid
Japan-born Koreans Live in Limbo
The World Lives in the Same Boat
Tokyo Wants Safety in Pyongyang
Millions Click "No" to Japan's UNSC Bid
The 7th Deauville Asian Film Festival Closes
Seedy Film Journalism
US to Back Japan Security Council Bid
Only Taiwan People Can Decide Nation's Future
N. Korea More Isolated From Neighbors -- Rice
N. Korea Steps Up Drug Trafficking; US Official
US Troops in S. Korea Practice Brazilian jiu-jitsu
DeLay's S. Korea Trip Called into Question
N. Korea Has No Nke Weapons: Russian Official
Indian Tigers Butchered in Broad Daylight
Beijing Urges US, N. Korea for 6-Way Talks
2005 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix
Japan Is 1 Step Short of N. Korea Sanctions
Japanese Isle Debates Their Value
N. Korea Is Open to Talks: Chinese Envoy Says
Doubting US, China Is Wary of Korea Role
A Samurai And Japan Get Samba Night Fever
Chinese Envoy to Press North Korea
Bomb Kills 5 Near Hotel in Thailand
US Envoy to Japan Assails North Korea
Japan Plans to Crack Down on Sex Traffic
For Mongolians, E Is for English, F Is for Future
Japan Urges N. Korea to Rejoin Nuclear Talks
Nepal in Turmoil As King Sacks PM Deuba
History Repeats in Struggle for Free Press
Asia Rises - Even as Disaster Tests Its Mettle
China's Leader Hu Shows His Stripes
East Meets West in Funny Ways
How Should We Understand Chinese Century?
"Queen of Bollywood" to Land in Hollywood
Tsunami Man Survives Week at Sea
Aboriginals Surviving in Highlands
India Could Have Prevented Tsunami Deaths
Family Dog Saves Boy from Waves
Russia Turns Sour on N. Korean Refugees
China's 'Haves' Stir the 'Have Nots' to Violence
Argue over Freedom on Internet
Japan's Showbiz Fans Look to S. Korea
China's Textbooks Twist and Omit History
Towards a Solution to the Kashmir Problem
Taiwan to Deal with Impact of ASEAN-China FTA
India & China Rising
Bush Victory and India
Bigger, Bolder Bears Incites Fear in Japan
New Pigmy Species Revealed
Brazilian Medical Student Wins Miss Earth 2004
Indian Robinhood
China Takes Place on World Stage
Japan's Homeless Face Ageism
Now 350, Taj Mahal Still Elicits Wow and Awe
Japan Mulls Multicultural Dawn
After 9/11, World Links Muslim with Violence
India's Great Heritage Taj Mahal in Danger
Bollywood Goddess Waxes Beautiful
Thai Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai Emerges as Favorite to Succeed Kofi Annan
Analysis: Jiang Zemin's Departure
Sir Elton Lashes Out at Airport in Taipei
Japan Raises Defenses Against Missile Test
Four Nations Launch UN Seat Bid
"Kashmir": A Never Ending Thorny Issue
The Village -- A Silly Joke
The Richest Star? No Kidding!
Jakarta Bombing Aimed at Aussie Premiere's Pro-US, Anti-Terror Policy in Oct. Election
Millions of Indians Go to Bed Hungry
Pyongyang Deserves Same Treatment as Seoul
Japanese Economy Getting Out of Slump Slowly
Sri Lanka's Ethnic War Knows No End
Samoa Plans Internet for All
Macao Tries to Spruce Up Its Image
Over 600 Tibetan Monks, Nuns Should Be Freed
A Mystical Mountain Hideaway
Chinese Reformists Seek Help from Deng Spirit
India's Schoolgirl Killer Hanged in Controversy
Democratic Pacific Assembly Opens in Taipei
North East Asia Hit by Record High Heat
3 Kidnapped Indians Endure Agonizing Torture
Indochina War Refugees Find Homes in U.S.
China's Rising Ire at Japan in Soccer Loss
Letter: Modernizing Shangri-la
On China's Fast-Track to Luxury
Chen Cites 'Peace, Progress' as Election Theme
Would China Invade Taiwan?
Dingo's Origins Tracked by DNA
Pakistan Not to Send Troops to Iraq
Language Study at the Source
2004 Ramon Magsaysay Awardees Announced
Musharraf's Sets Deadline on Kashmir
Usefulness of Nepalese Monarchy in Question
From Camels to Jeeps and a Superhighway
Spirituality on Sale in India's Little Lhasa
Temple of Learning Turns into Grave of Death
Japan's AIDS Time Bomb
AIDS Keeps Threatening the Poor in Asia, Africa
The Ultimate Luxury Item Is Now Made in China
Old Man Has Begun to Fear His Old Friend Sea
Modern Indian Art Comes Out of Hiding
AIDS Drugs' Fast Rise Risks Resistant Strains
Shanghai Covets a Big Role in Asia's Culture
Aboriginals: Foreigners in Their Own Land?
Will 21 Century Become the Chinese Century?
Golfing Mongolia: A 2.3-Million-Yard Par 11,880
Fearful of Dowry Parents Kill Newborn Girls
Hot Discussion on Death Penalty in India
New Term Dawns for Gloria Arroyo
Was Sinbad a Nanjing Sailor?
A Chinese Town Resembles Hidden Paradise
India's Flag of Democracy Kept Unfurled
India's Poor Bring Back Gandhi Clan
Can Gandhi Heirs Revive Dynasty?
Diplomatic Flurry in Asia on Eve of Arms Talks
Afghan Route to Prosperity: Grow Poppies
Intolerance Grows before India General Election
"The Breakaway Japanese Kitchen"
Vladivostok, Europe in Middle of The Orient
Buddha's Heritage of Peace and Light!
"India Shining" Distant Dream to Many Indians
India's Cities Prosper as Country Folk Starve
"Road to Hell Paved with Good Intentions"
Fears of Strife Continue in Sri Lanka
India, Pakistan Form Friendly Ties
Torture, Rape Occur in Indian Classroom
Sumo Stars to Vie in 1st Korean Tournament
World Leaders Must Take Stand against Nukes
Delusional Dictators Not to Be Ignored
Cell Phones Bring Joy, Sorrow World Over
Bushido: Masterpiece As of Yet Unrealized
Why Kim Jong-Il Must Go
"Kim Jong-Il Should Let His People Go"
Pyongyang Sustains the Unsustainable
The 47 Samurai That Never Were
Reflections on North Korean-Romanian Bond
The Future of The Past - Haiku
To Tattoo or Not to Tattoo
Hanshin Hurricane or Fukuoka Fowl
The Day Kanto Shook - 80 Years On




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Getway with John Hagan
Harry Lime's Vienna
So what if it is the city of Mozart, Strauss, Haydn, Beethoven, Klimt, the majestic Schonbrunn Palace, the exquisite baroque Belvedere, and all the glories of Hapsburg indulgence! Call me a lowbrow , a philistine if you like, but I wasnt lured ... more
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Mahabodhi Temple
Buddha's Heritage of Peace and ...
Chandigarh, India -- The Mahabodhi Temple in Bodhgaya, India, where the Buddha found enlightenment after years of wandering in search of truth, was formally dedicated as the Unesco's World Heritage site, in February ... more
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Window on Japan
The 47 Samurai That Never Were
Tokyo, Nov. 27, 2003 ? In the winter of 1703, following the revenge killing of a court official who had disgraced and caused the self inflicted death of the local lord to whom they owed allegiance, over 40 samurai willingly, happily even, slit open their own ... more
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Crisis on Peninsula by Paul Nash
Kim Jong-Il Should Let His People Go
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld weeks ago announced plans to move U.S. forces back from the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), the precarious, heavily fortified dividing-line between South Korea ... more
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