Bangladesh
| 18 Aug 2019 | 14:49

DHAKA (The Daily Star/ANN) - The number of patients soars and despite all the cries and warnings, sadly, hospitals and transport hubs remain major breeding grounds for Aedes-mosquito. 

Tags:
Economy, Environment
Bangladesh
| 18 Aug 2019 | 14:42

DHAKA (The Daily Star/ANN) - Despite a spike of diplomatic activities, Rohingya repatriation may not happen if the Rohingyas aren’t treated with dignity and empathy.

Tags:
Politics, Regional
Malaysia
| 18 Aug 2019 | 14:29

KUANTAN, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - The Save Malaysia Stop Lynas (SMSL) chairman Tan Bun Teet calls Kuantan folks to come forward. They do not accept the Pakatan Harapan government’s shameless u-turn and urge the government to take a good look at the rally.

Tags:
Politics, Regional
Bangladesh
| 18 Aug 2019 | 14:23

DHAKA (The Daily Star/ANN) - Global warming and climate change have taken diseases like dengue and other vector-borne viral diseases to new dimensions.

Tags:
Environment
Bangladesh
| 18 Aug 2019 | 14:21

DHAKA (The Daily Star/ANN) - The advent of newer technology, such as 5G communication, will impact the business of entertainment to a great extent going forward.  

Tags:
Culture, SciTech
Nepal
| 18 Aug 2019 | 14:10

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Ten years later, Nepal has still not made significant strides in power generation.

Tags:
SciTech
Nepal
| 18 Aug 2019 | 13:15

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Artists from South Asian countries cannot allow the comatose state of one regional organisation to influence their willingness to collaborate.

Tags:
Politics, Culture
Nepal
| 18 Aug 2019 | 13:11

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) -  Although the city is the gateway to one of the country’s most prized landmarks, it hardly has enough attractions to hold tourists for more than a day.

Tags:
Economy
Nepal
| 18 Aug 2019 | 12:45

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Right of way is not clear in most of the projects as the final deadline for completing works approaches near.

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General
Japan
| 17 Aug 2019 | 19:54

TOKYO (The Japan News/ANN) - The government has tightened the criteria on bidding for national security-related research and study projects and other contracts that handle confidential information in order to screen out companies that could possibly channel such intelligence to foreign countries, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned. 

Tags:
Politics