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Asian shares mixed in holiday-thinned trade
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 05 04 PM

Asian shares mixed in holiday-thinned trade

Tokyo finishes flat; Seoul down 0.25%; Taipei ends 0.17% lower; Shanghai tumbles 1.52%
N. Korea slams Obama’s ‘dangerous’ Asia tour
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 04 08 PM

N. Korea slams Obama’s ‘dangerous’ Asia tour

The last two months have been a period of elevated tensions on the Korean peninsula, as South Korea and the US conducted annual, large-scale military exercises
Japan trade deficit quadruples on-year to $14 billion
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 09 00 AM

Japan trade deficit quadruples on-year to $14 billion

Imports rise a much faster 18.1% due to higher imports of crude oil and liquefied natural gas; exports jump 1.8%
BCCI to suggest three-member panel to probe IPL spot-fixing
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 02 42 AM

BCCI to suggest three-member panel to probe IPL spot-fixing

Board decides on Jai Narain Patel, R.K. Raghavan, Ravi Shastri to look into Mudgal panel allegations
Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir survives gun attack
Sat, Apr 19 2014. 11 42 PM

Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir survives gun attack

Mir, who hosts a talk-show on Geo News, was travelling to his office from the airport when his car was attacked
MH370 search at ‘critical juncture’: Malaysia
Sat, Apr 19 2014. 11 42 PM

MH370 search at ‘critical juncture’: Malaysia

The Bluefin-21 has so far scoured 133 square kilometres of the ocean floor and was carrying out its seventh mission
Nigeria bombings: Boko Haram claims responsibility
Sat, Apr 19 2014. 11 41 PM

Nigeria bombings: Boko Haram claims responsibility

The bombing at a bus station early on Monday killed at least 75 people on the outskirts of Abuja
Japan, US to back ASEAN’s sea surveillance: report
Sat, Apr 19 2014. 12 19 PM

Japan, US to back ASEAN’s sea surveillance: report

The plan aims to help ASEAN nations against pirates and also boost their deterrence capacity against China’s assertive claim to disputed territories
12 Nepalese guides killed in deadliest Everest avalanche
Fri, Apr 18 2014. 09 29 PM

12 Nepalese guides killed in deadliest Everest avalanche

Avalanche occurred at around 6:45am at an altitude of about 5,800 metres in an area known as the ‘popcorn field’
Malaysia warns of ‘huge’ cost in MH370 search
Thu, Apr 17 2014. 06 01 PM

Malaysia warns of ‘huge’ cost in MH370 search

Transmissions from MH370 have gone silent before they could be pinpointed, raising the spectre of a costly and extensive search of a large swathe of ocean floor at extreme depths

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