Istanbul has been ranked as third worst city in the world for road rage, according to research carried out by German automobile company kfzteile2.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed that every home in India will have electricity by December 2018 as he moves to shore up voter support amid doubts over his handling of the economy.
North Korea is bolstering its defenses by moving aircraft to its east coast and taking other measures after US bombers flew close to the Korean peninsula
Ford Motor and India’s Mahindra Group have announced they will work together in a fresh partnership as the U.S. giant looks to boost its presence in one of the world’s fastest growing auto markets.
India’s first bullet train project, a $19-billion initiative linking Ahmedabad to Mumbai, was launched on Sept. 14 as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe hailed fast-growing ties between Asia’s two biggest democracies.
A boat crowded with construction workers capsized in the Yamuna River in northern India early Thursday and at least 19 people have drowned, officials said.
As India’s premier Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe prepare to break ground on the country’s first bullet train project on Sept. 14, experts say the collaboration could signal a massive leap for its overburdened and deadly railways.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will lay the foundation stone for India’s first bullet train in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state this week, in a tightening of ties just days after New Delhi ended a dangerous military confrontation with China.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is to sign a free-trade agreement with Hong Kong in November, a Philippine government official said on Sept. 9, following three years of talks.
Turkey’s Çelebi Aviation Holding has shown interest in buying state-owned Air India’s ground handling operations, India’s aviation secretary Rajiv Nayan Choubey said on Sept. 8.
The chief of the International Monetary Fund warned on Sept. 7 that ageing populations in key Asian economies will drag on their growth, urging policymakers to step up their response to shifting demographics.
The killing of an Indian journalist provoked outrage and anguish across the country on Wednesday, with thousands protesting what they saw as an effort to silence a critic of India's ruling Hindu nationalist party.
Chinese President Xi Jinping told an international summit on Sept. 5 that although the global economy had improved, risk factors had also increased.
Chinese President Xi Jinping sought yesterday to move past a tense border dispute with India, telling Prime Minister Narendra Modi the two nuclear-armed neighbors should pursue “healthy, stable” relations, according to China’s state media.
North Korea’s biggest-ever nuclear test and declaration it had a hydrogen bomb prompted worldwide condemnation from leaders, as well as thoughts on possible responses they could adopt.
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Air pollution is diminishing India’s capacity to harness power from the sun, experts say, undermining billions being invested in renewables as the energy-hungry giant emerges as a solar superpower.
Turkey will open to Asian markets in a bid to multiply the number of foreign visitors, Culture and Tourism Minister Numan Kurtulmuş told daily Hürriyet, signaling new promotion campaigns.
Turkey ranked eighth on the top 10 list of global military powers, according to the GlobalFirepower.com website.
India’s growth slumped to 5.7 percent in the first quarter of the financial year, official data showed on Aug. 31, below predictions as a controversial banknote ban dragged further on the economy.
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