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COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka suspended a $1.5-billion Chinese luxury real estate project in Colombo on Thursday until it obtains required government approvals, a move that risks a diplomatic row with
A prototype holographic display named Leia - after the Star Wars princess who appeared in holographic form asking Obi-Wan Kenobu for help - is demonstrated at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
OSLO (Reuters) - India, Bangladesh and China are most at risk from river floods, with an increasing number of people threatened because of climate change and economic growth in low-lying regions, a
BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - India\'s schools are failing to educate and empower young people to reject deep-rooted gender stereotypes and embrace equality, an expert said, pointing to recent
MUMBAI (Reuters) - A panel of advisors to the government has recommended that late-stage clinical trials be waived under certain conditions for some new drugs already being sold on international
Samsung and IKEA hope their new embedded wireless charging products, launched at Barcelona\'s Mobile World Congress, will tempt consumers eager for plugless power. Jim Drury reports.
KABUL (Reuters) - A group of Afghan men marched through the capital, Kabul, on Thursday to draw attention to women\'s rights by donning head-to-toe burqas that for many people worldwide have come to
Vince Vaughn cements fame in Hollywood  (05 March 06:51 pm) 
\"Wedding Crashers\" star Vince Vaughn cements his fame after writing his name into entertainment history on Hollywood Boulevard. Francis Maguire reports.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has asked YouTube to remove all links to a controversial documentary about the gang rape and murder of a woman in Delhi after banning its broadcast, a government official
PERTH (Reuters) - Restricting scoring to any one side of the wicket could be an effective ploy to tame big-hitting batsmen like Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers at the World Cup, Indian off-spinner
Mobile apps are turning smartphones into personal doctors, with users able to measure heart rate, blood pressure and even blood sugar. But will it change our behaviour? Ivor Bennett reports from the
China targets slower but steady growth  (05 March 03:49 pm) 
At the opening of China\'s annual parliament session, Premier Li Keqiang confirmed the economic growth target for 2015 at its lowest level in a quarter of a century to help maintain sustainability.
Factbox - India vs West Indies  (05 March 02:31 pm) 
REUTERS - Factbox on Friday\'s World Cup Pool B match between India and West Indies at the WACA in Perth:
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz SE, tells ET NOW the recent easing in interest rates by the RBI will aid India\'s growth and is very significant. Its second rate cut this year,
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was slashed in the face by a Korean nationalist, police say. Yiming Woo reports.
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was slashed in the face by a Korean nationalist, police say. Yiming Woo reports.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani lawmakers voted for new senators in parliament\'s upper house on Thursday in an election that could strengthen Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif\'s grip on power and increase
U.S. Democrat Hillary Clinton tweets that she wants the State Department to release her email as soon as possible, breaking her silence in the controversy over her use of personal email for work.
Rana Gupta, MD (Indian Equities) at Manulife AM, expects earnings cycle to improve going forward. In an interview with ET Now, Gupta says earnings delivery is likely to start only by H2, FY16.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - A new bank announced in the annual budget last week could boost loans and cut borrowing costs for India’s cash-starved small businesses -- tailors, mechanics and phone booth
Budget 2015 "sweet & sour": CLSA  (05 March 11:45 am) 
In an interview with ET Now, Rajeev Malik, Senior Economist at CLSA, says the new monetary policy framework has been the most under-appreciated reform in the budget.
Shareholder activism has very little currency in Asia now when compared to the West. Gautam Srinivasan finds out why.
Australia\'s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says she\'s seeking to discuss a prisoner swap with Indonesia to save the lives of two Australian drug smugglers facing execution. Rough cut (no reporter
Singapore’s latest budget kept its eye on welfare for senior citizens following last year’s package of healthcare benefits. Gautam Srinivasan looks at the reality of ageing in the city state.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi will offer island nations in the Indian Ocean a broad range of military and civilian assistance next week in a bid to wrest back some of the