Defence secretary says warship bound for South China Sea: Media

Feb 13 2018

A British warship will sail through the South China Sea next month to assert freedom-of-navigation rights, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said in remarks published.

Islamic State yet to suffer 'enduring defeat' says Tillerson

Feb 13 2018

Rex Tillerson said the end of major combat operations against IS does not mean the US and its allies have achieved an enduring defeat of the militant group.

Facebook may have over 200 mn fake or duplicate accounts globally

Feb 04 2018

As many as 200 million accounts on Facebook are either fake or duplicate as on end Dec 2017 and India is among the countries which have a high number of such accounts.

India faces rising competition from China, Brazil in ICT: Survey

Jan 29 2018

The share of ICT in India's services exports "declined marginally" between 2006 and 2016, contrary to the trend in nations like China, Brazil, Russia and the Philippines.

Japan Tobacco working on several possible M&A deals: CEO

Jan 17 2018

Japan Tobacco Inc, which is on the hunt for overseas acquisitions to offset a shrinking home market, is working on several possible deals as it targets growth in Asia.

Indonesian police probe foreign 'orders' for child pornography

Jan 09 2018

Indonesian authorities are investigating whether a child pornography ring had links to an international network, after videos of adult women engaged in sexual acts.

Vietnam escapes damage as typhoon takes heavy toll in Philippines

Dec 26 2017

A storm that battered the Philippines killing more than 230 people in typhoons lost its power as it passed over Vietnam where hundreds of thousands had taken cover.

Philippines' Duterte vows to get to truth of deadly mall blaze

Dec 26 2017

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed to get to the truth about a blaze in his home city that killed 37 call centre workers.

Philippine military removes navy chief, but won't say why

Dec 19 2017

The Philippines relieved its navy commander of duty, four months ahead of his retirement, with the armed forces offering no explanation for his removal.

Maoist rebel attacked soldier on typhoon relief duty: Philippines

Dec 18 2017

Maoist rebels attacked soldiers delivering relief aid to parts of the central Philippines where a typhoon killed at least 32 people, army and disaster officials said.

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