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Vodafone's future in India in doubt after latest setback

Vodafone's future in India in doubt after latest setback

Vodafone said its future in India could be in doubt unless the government stopped hitting operators with higher taxes and charges, after a court judgment over license fees resulted in a 1.9 billion euro group loss ...

More than a dozen bushfires burn in Australia at emergency level

More than a dozen bushfires burn in Australia at emergency level

At least 13 ferocious bushfires are burning at emergency level across the eastern Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), with one blaze just 20 kilometres outside Sydney.

Afghanistan to swap Taliban militants for American, Australian captives

Afghanistan to swap Taliban militants for American, Australian captives

Afghanistan will release two senior Taliban commanders and a leader of the Haqqani militant group in exchange for an American and an Australian professor who were kidnapped in 2016 ...

Morales leaves for Mexico as Bolivia military pledges to tackle violence

Morales leaves for Mexico as Bolivia military pledges to tackle violence

Bolivia's Evo Morales departed Monday for exile in Mexico, leaving behind a country in turmoil after his abrupt resignation as president.

Flash mob wreaks havoc in heart of Hong Kong financial district

Flash mob wreaks havoc in heart of Hong Kong financial district

A flash mob sprang up in the heart of Hong Kong's financial centre on Tuesday, hours after police fired tear gas at a university campus and territory-wide transport disruptions wreaked commuter havoc ...

Singapore baggage handler jailed for swapping luggage tags

Singapore baggage handler jailed for swapping luggage tags

A Singaporean baggage handler has been jailed for 20 days for swapping tags on nearly 300 suitcases at the city-state's airport, causing them to end up at wrong destinations around the world.

Head-on collision of Bangladesh trains kills 16, injures 40

Head-on collision of Bangladesh trains kills 16, injures 40

Rescuers in Bangladesh were struggling on Tuesday to pull passengers from mangled wreckage after a head-on collision of two trains killed at least 16 people and injured more than 40, officials said.

Their future in US at stake, ‘Dreamers’ trek to Supreme Court

Their future in US at stake, ‘Dreamers’ trek to Supreme Court

Carolina Fung Feng was resting after the gruelling 230-mile (370km) walk from New York to Washington for a Supreme Court hearing today that will determine the fate of “Dreamers” like her — the 600,000 young migrants who arrived illegally in the country as children.

PM’s ‘Hamara Sidhu Kahan Hai’ video goes viral

PM’s ‘Hamara Sidhu Kahan Hai’ video goes viral

Prime Minister Imran’s fondness for Indian cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu, has been obvious before, but a new video shows just how fond the former is of the latter.

Govt to decide on Sharif’s fate after NAB feedback

Govt to decide on Sharif’s fate after NAB feedback

The chief spokesperson for the Pakistani government, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, has said that the decision to remove former prime minister Nawaz Sharif from the no-fly list will be taken in light of recommendations of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the medical board.

Spain’s repeat election fails to break deadlock

Spain’s repeat election fails to break deadlock

The head of Spain’s centre-right Ciudadanos quit yesterday after voters deserted his party in droves, potentially easing the way for a Socialist-led government following a national election that produced another fragmented parliament.

Haze wraps Delhi again as air quality plummets

Haze wraps Delhi again as air quality plummets

Haze shrouded India’s capital city again yesterday, with residents braving dangerous air quality to return to work after a weekend of clearer air and better weather.

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