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Advanced Malware Is Now Threatening Mobile Banking

Cybercriminals are now using new and advanced techniques to attack mobile-based banking and the geography of attacks has become more diversified and extensive --...

Trends Shaping New Normal for Indian Business Travel

Travel will continue to play an irreplaceable role in meeting critical business needs, however, travellers' health and safety, and a new era of trip...

Dr. Munish Raizada in Conversation with Renee Lynn (Part-I)

Renee Lynn is an Activist, Columnist, Published Author, and Founder of Voice for India. Renee Lynn was born and brought up in New Jersey....

World Should Give Recognition To Taiwan and Tibet

By N.S.Venkataraman Chinese government considers any country as it’s number one enemy, which recognizes Taiwan as sovereign nation. Similarly, if anyone country would demand...

Here’s Why China Cut Off Travel Permits for Tourists Going to Taiwan

China's decision last week to stop issuing permits for independent tourists to Taiwan applies new economic pressure to their already strained relations, and analysts...

Graffiti Villages in Taiwan Festoons with Artwork in a Bid to Inject Some Life into Rural Places

Nestled in the mist-covered foothills of Taiwan’s central mountain range, Ruan Chiao village is virtually devoid of young people, but artist Wu Tsun-hsien is...

First Same-Sex Couple Ties Knot in Taiwan

Same-sex couples tied the knot in emotional scenes in Taiwan on Friday, the first legal marriages in Asia hailed by activists as a social...

Taiwan’s Parliament Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage, Mass Weddings Planned

Hsu Pei-chieh and her partner Yang Hsun are tired of trying to explain their relationship to everyone else. They’re going steady and share everything...

Taiwan President Announced Re- election after she Spoke Against China’s President Suggestion

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen announced her re-election bid this week following a bump in public polling that came after she spoke out against Chinese...

President of Taiwan Rebuffs China, Defends Self-Rule

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen says China must accept Taiwan 's status as a self-ruled island. In a New Year's Day address from her office, President...

Proposed Bill Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage Causes Grudges Between Families In Taiwan

 On a sunny day in a park in Taipei, photographer Austin Haung advises a same-sex couple on how to pose for a pre-wedding, marriage...

Man from Taiwan Builds Wheelchairs for the Injured and Disabled Dogs

A pet lover from Taiwan provides disabled dogs with wheelchairs Pan Chieh uses plastic water pipes to make these dogs walk and run...

Taiwan Group in Malaysia Learns About Indian Culture

Malaysia, July 14, 2017: A comprehensive cultural show put up by pupils of SJK (T) Effingham in Petaling Jaya introduced twenty guests from Taiwan to Indian...

Taiwan bans Slaughter of Dogs and Cats for Human Consumption

Taipei, April 13, 2017: Taiwan has banned the slaughter of dogs and cats for human consumption and increased the penalty for cruelty to animals,...

Night Sky lights up as Taiwan celebrates Lantern Festival

Feb 12, 2017: Millions of lanterns in the shape of Christian churches, Buddhist temples, and Hindu temples with Brahma, Krishna, Lakshmi and Durga lit...

Taiwan to send delegation to the UN Climate Change COP22 summit

October 4, 2016: Taiwan will send its delegation to the UN Climate Change COP22 summit, slated to begin in November, and will engage with international...

China Re-asserts it is against Self-Determination for Taiwan

1.3 billion people in China are resolute and united in their decision that they will never allow self-ruled Taiwan to come under Beijing’s ‘One...

Super typhoon targets Taiwan, China

NewsGram Staff Writer Beijing: A super typhoon, which is the 21st this year, is heading towards Taiwan and southeast China, officials said on Sunday. With speeds of...

Netaji did not die in the plane crash: Chandrachur Ghose

By Nithin Sridhar Subhas Chandra Bose, who was popularly referred as “Netaji” was one of the most outstanding and tallest leaders of India’s freedom struggle....

Indian-origin student in ‘future leaders’ programme

Auckland: An Indian-origin student has been selected to represent New Zealand at the prestigious "Future Leaders from Asia-Pacific" study programme in Taiwan, a media report...

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