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Here’s Why Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani is No Longer The Richest Man in Asia

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani is no longer the richest man in Asia, owing to the recent freefall in oil prices. According to the Bloomberg...

Top 3 Travel Destinations in Asia For Solo Women Travellers

In recent years, the number of women embarking on solo adventures has skyrocketed -- a fact corroborated by the data of many travel companies...

Know About the Updated Travel Advisory by CMAAO Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

In view of deaths caused by novel coronavirus (COVID-19), which has taken over 2,600 lives in China, the Confederation of Medical Associations in Asia...

Despite Growing Technology, AI Divides the Rich and Poor in Asia

The earliest fans of the internet wondered if it could be a democratizing technology, giving all people access to information, regardless of their income,...

Rapid Netflix Subscriber Growth in Asia and Latin America: Report

Netflix is seeing rapid subscriber growth in regions including Asia and Latin America as it girds for tougher competition in the streaming market, newly...

Southeast Asian Activists Pressurize Regional Govts to Offer Climate Action Plan

By Ha Nguyen Southeast Asian environmental activists  – including young counterparts to teenage activist and Time magazine person of the year Greta Thunberg – are concerned...

India is Leading Mobile Ad Fraud in Asia: Report

India is leading mobile ad Fraud in Asia with a rate of 62 per cent as marketers are spending nearly 20 per cent of...

Asia Poised to Become a Dominant Market for Wind Energy: IRENA Report

Asia could grow its share of installed capacity for onshore wind energy from 230 Gigawatt (GW) in 2018 to over 2,600 GW by 2050,...

Experts Emphasize the Need to Work with Nature to Save Asia’s ‘Disappearing Deltas’

Water and climate experts from across Asia are stressing the need to work with nature, rather than against it, to save the continent's "disappearing...

Trump’s Withdrawal from West Asia Synchronizing with his “Pivot to Asia”

When Dore Gold, one of the most powerful voices in Israel's strategic community, raises his hands, skywards, and exclaims, "Today I feel as vulnerable...

Thousands of Students of Australia and Other Asia-Pacific Countries Kick Off Strike for Climate Action

Thousands of students took to the streets of Australia and other Asia-Pacific countries Friday to kick off a global strike demanding world leaders gathering...

Almost 5 Million Pigs in Asia Dies Because of Spread of African Swine Fever Over the Past Year

Almost 5 million pigs in Asia have now died or been culled because of the spread of African swine fever over the past year,...

Most Effective Drug Used to Treat Malaria Becoming Ineffective in Parts of Southeast Asia

Scientists warn the most effective drug used to treat malaria is becoming ineffective in parts of Southeast Asia — and unless rapid action is taken,...

Strains of Malaria Resistant to Two Key Anti-Malarial Medicines Becoming More Dominant in Southeast Asia

Strains of malaria resistant to two key anti-malarial medicines are becoming more dominant in Vietnam, Laos and northern Thailand after spreading rapidly from Cambodia,...

Risk to Obscure Creature, Highlights Pangolin Seizures in Asia

Huge seizures in recent years of trafficked pangolins have drawn worldwide attention to the threat of extinction faced by these armadillo-like anteaters. It will come...

Tesla to Develop its Largest Power Storage System in Asia

In a bid to reduce energy demand and provide emergency backup power to trains in Japan, Tesla has claimed to develop its largest power storage system in Asia. According to...

Small Farmers in Asia Miss Out On Climate Change Resilient Seeds

 Millions of smallholder farmers in South and Southeast Asia are missing out on new, resilient seeds that could improve their yields in the face...

Massive Benefits Could Be Achieved If Air Pollution Is Controlled In Asia: UN

Asia could reap massive benefits in health, environment, agriculture and economic growth if governments implement 25 policies such as banning the burning of household...

President Of Sri Lanka Suspends The Parliament, Political Turmoil

 Sri Lanka ’s president suspended parliament Saturday even as the prime minister he fired the previous day claimed he has majority support, adding to...

Hospitals Worldwide Detain Patients If They Cant Pay The Bill

Doctors at Nairobi's Kenyatta National Hospital have told Robert Wanyonyi there's nothing more they can do for him. Yet more than a year after...

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By Muskan Bhatnagar The world is said to be home to 8.7 million animal species including 6.5 million species on land and 2.2 million in...

Which Gemstones to Wear According to Your Rashi?

Gemstones which are also known as a Ratnas, are believed to possess powers that may influence one’s life. They can be worn as a...

Hindu Teachings link Environmental Conservation to Spirituality

Ether, air, fire, water, earth, planets, all creatures, directions, trees and plants, rivers, and seas, they all are organs of God’s body. Remembering this,...

Childhood Trauma May Affect Motherhood Timing: Study

Women who have experienced childhood trauma become mothers earlier than those with a more stable childhood environment, according to a new study. The findings, published...