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Sonu Sood: The Real Life Hero

By Venkatachari Jagannathan Sonu Sood, for the Tamil movie viewers, has until now been the actor who played the villain in "Kallazhagar" and several others....

Stock Exchange in Philippines Shut Down Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

The Philippines Stock Exchange has shut down operations indefinitely, the first stock exchange in the world to stop trading amid the economic fallout caused...

New Requirement by U.S. Citizens to Get Visas for Travelling to Philippines Could Hurt Tourism

By Ralph Jennings A requirement that U.S. citizens get visas for travel in the Philippines would hobble the Southeast Asian country's tourism industry to ease a...

This Bamboo Entrepreneur from Philippines Aims at Tackling Poverty and Climate Change

Mark Sultan Gersava grew up in poverty, one of 12 children of a slash-and-burn subsistence farmer in the Philippines province of Sultan Kudarat. Today he...

Philippines Bans World’s First Dengue Vaccine

The Philippines stood firm Tuesday on its ban on the world's first dengue vaccine while declaring a nationwide epidemic from the mosquito-borne disease that...

Fossil Bones, Teeth Found in Philippines Reveal Long-Lost Cousin of Humans

Fossil bones and teeth found in the Philippines have revealed a long-lost cousin of modern people, which evidently lived around the time our own...

2.6 mn Children at Risk in Philippines Measles Outbreak

Health experts have warned that about 2.6 children in the Philippines were at risk due to a measles outbreak in the country as more people have died from the disease this...

Philippines Loses Confidence In Vaccination After Dengue Crisis: Report

The ability to fight future pandemics could be at risk following a plunge in public confidence in vaccines in the Philippines, according to...

Sushmita Sen Shares An Emotional Note, Recalls Her Memories

Actress Sushmita Sen, who won the Miss Universe title for India in the Philippines on May 21, 1994, says nothing has changed since the...

The Building of Casinos in the Philippines has Slowed – So Where’s the Best Place to Play Poker?

After Macau and Singapore, the Philippines is the fastest growing casino hub in Asia. Entertainment City in Manila Bay is designed in the style...

Philippines Takes step Towards Legalizing Divorce

The Philippines took a step on Monday toward making divorce legal with the lower house of Congress passing a law allowing people to dissolve...

Donald Trump Planning to meet Putin during his Asia tour

US President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he expected to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during his Asia tour. "I think it's expected we'll meet with...

Islamic State (ISIS) Militant Group to Soon have a Strong Hold in Southeast Asia : Report

A number of IS affiliates from Indonesia have reportedly crossed into the Philippines to support the local militants In the Philippines, Islamic State...

Police Arrests 200, Guns down 67 in Philippines : President Rodrigo Duterte’s Ruthless War on Drugs and Crime

Philippines, August 18, 2017: Police killed at least 13 people in Manila on the third night of an escalation in President Rodrigo Duterte’s ruthless war...

Indonesia’s War on Drugs Follows Philippines’ Infamous Crusade to Curb Drug Use

Widodo recently ordered police to shoot foreign drug dealers who resist arrest Idham Azis said he would not think twice to discharge police...

Abandoned in Saudi Desert Camps due to Kingdom’s economic slump, Migrant workers won’t Leave without Pay

QADISIYA LABOR CAMP, SAUDI ARABIA, August 23, 2016: Abandoned in thousands by Saudi employers in filthy desert camps during the kingdom's economic slump, migrant...

New President is hoped to thwart emergence of ISIS in Phillipines

There is great hope among Muslim communities in the Philippines that President-elect Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte will restore peace and stability in the south. Duterte, the...

Southern Philippines Could Be ‘New Somalia’

Indonesia and Malaysia are bolstering security along their borders with the southern Philippines, and an Indonesian official has warned that the area could become...

Islamic State spreads its wings in South East Asia

The Islamic State (IS) likely will create a branch in the Philippines and declare the southern island of Mindanao a Wilayat (province) in 2016. After...

Amid China’s sea spree, US and India to hold naval drills along with Japan

The United States, India and Japan are to hold naval drills off the northern coast of the Philippines near the disputed South China Sea...

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