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With 580 accidents in past 5 years, India's ageing rail network needs urgent overhaul2017-08-21
A day after 23 people were killed and more than 90 others injured in a train accident in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, Indian Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Sunday asked the railways to fix responsibility by the end of the day.
20 people injured as tour bus crashes in N. Japan2017-08-18
Around 20 people were injured on Friday when a tour bus careened off a road in the town of Shimizu in Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost prefecture, the local fire department said.
At least 39 fresh killings recorded in anti-narcotic war in Philippine capital2017-08-18
At least 14 more killings in anti-narcotic war have been recorded in the Philippine capital before midnight on Friday, local media reported.
S.Korean president posts second-highest approval rating among leaders2017-08-18
South Korean President Moon Jae-in posted the second-highest approval rating among the country's leaders, which was recorded with 100 days in office, a survey showed Friday.
Indonesian president calls for unity to face extremism threat2017-08-16
President Joko Widodo said on Wednesday that Indonesia needs to strengthen unity to confront the threat of radicalism and extremism, and safeguard the country's constitution that preserves diversity.
Indonesian president delivers annual speech in Jakarta2017-08-16
Indonesian president delivers annual speech in Jakarta
S.Korean president's approval rating stays high ahead of 100th day of inauguration2017-08-16
South Korean President Moon Jae-in's approval rating topped 80 percent ahead of the 100th day anniversary of his inauguration, a survey showed Wednesday.
S.Korea to destroy insecticide-tainted eggs after nationwide inspection on egg farms2017-08-16
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday ordered a nationwide inspection on all egg farms to find and destroy egg products contaminated with insecticides, his office said.
Melbourne is world's most liveable city for seventh straight year2017-08-16
Melbourne in Australia was rated the world's most livable city on Wednesday, for the seventh consecutive year.
91 killed, 9.6 million people affected by floods in eastern India2017-08-16
The floods in India's eastern state of Bihar killed at least 91 people and affected over 9.6 million others, officials said Wednesday.
Japan marks 72nd anniversary of WWII end with PM failing to mention reflection for 5th year2017-08-16
Japan marked the 72nd anniversary of the end of World War II on Tuesday, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe once again failing to mention reflection at an annual memorial service and a number of lawmakers visiting the notorious war-linked Yasukuni Shrine.
Spotlight: S. Koreans shout "THAAD Out, Peace In" on 72nd liberation anniversary2017-08-15
South Korean people took to the streets in central Seoul on Tuesday to demand the withdrawal of the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system from their home country.
Australia's Constitution ready for overhaul after latest dual-citizenship fiasco: lawyer2017-08-15
The dual-citizenship problem plaguing Australia's Parliament might have claimed its biggest victim yet, with Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce now under scrutiny for his links to New Zealand.
South Korean president sees peace as peninsula's strategy for survival in marking 72nd liberation anniversary2017-08-15
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday stressed the importance of peace on the Korean Peninsula to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of the peninsula's liberation from the Japanese colonial rule.
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