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1. news | 13 Nov 2013
» General Motors Co (GM), the Detroit-based carmaker that counts China as its biggest market, will open a new headquarters in Singapore to oversee markets including Southeast Asia and India.
2. news | 26 Oct 2013
» Torrential rains have claimed as many as 48 lives in eastern India, which this month saw the worst cyclone to hit the country in over a decade, the Press Trust of India reported Saturday.
3. opinion | 12 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The rise in US arms sales to India is being widely cited as evidence of the two countries' deepening defence relationship. But the long-term sustainability of the relationship, in which India is more a client than a ...
4. news | 30 Nov 2013
» Thidapa Sunawannapura secured the fourth Thai win from seven editions of the Hero Women's Indian Open when she maintained her overnight lead to triumph by three shots at the Delhi Golf Club.
5. news | 01 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Sports
» JAKARTA : Thailand's Jazz Janewattananond shared the third-round lead with India's Gaganjeet Bhullar at the Indonesia Open yesterday.
6. learning | 30 Apr 2013
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» Thailand's Ratchanok Intanon is already No. 6 in the world badminton rankings and is likely to move to No. 5 after her victory at the India Open on Sunday – but the 18-year-old wants much more.
7. learning | 24 Aug 2011
» With hundreds of flights from India to Thailand each week, trends put Indian visitors at 1 million next year. Repeat visits and cheaper airlines drive this trend.
8. news | 30 Oct 2013
» India's defence minister on Wednesday accused the Pakistani army of helping militants cross over the border, which has been gripped by some of the worst firing in 10 years.
9. business | 28 Oct 2013
» India-based IT and business process outsourcing (IT-BPO) companies, particularly call centres, are moving more to the Philippines to use the country as a base for serving American company clients and improving profits.
10. news | 15 Oct 2013
» Sitting on a wall of his collapsed one-room house in eastern India, B. Chinnaya reflects on the devastation that Cyclone Phailin wrought on his once vibrant fishing village.