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This Pakistani Filmmaker Wants to Break the Silence on South Asia’s Rape Problem
The first few seconds in the nine-minute Pakistani-American short film, “Blue: A Kaleidoscope”, is a faceless conversation between two women in an undisclosed location in Pakistan. They’re discussing the return of a girl called Jameela in their neighbourhood. “Wasn’t she kidnapped?” one of them asks.
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Asia's COVID control tempers global stock selloff, U.S. futures jump
Asian stock markets fell on Thursday but not as sharply as Wall Street's rout overnight, while oil bounced off lows and U.S. futures jumped, as Asia's brighter economic outlook offset investor worries about fresh COVID-19 lockdowns in Europe.
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Asia Today: Virus arrives in once-clear Marshall Islands
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The Marshall Islands has reported its first cases of the coronavirus after two people who flew from Hawaii to a U.S. military base tested positive. The small Pacific nation had been among the last places in the world to have no reported cases of the virus.
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Sony shares pop on strong outlook. One analyst predicts it could rise another 50%
On Wednesday, Sony raised its forecast for its annual operating income by 13% to 700 billion yen (approx. $6.7 billion). It came as the firm announced a operating profit of about 317.8 billion yen (around $3.04 billion) for the three months ended Sept. 30. Jefferies Asia's Atul Goyal told CNBC on Thursday that he's "extremely bullish" on Sony.
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Afghanistan: UNHCR Asia and the Pacific COVID-19 External Update (28 October 2020)
Highlights by country. South-West Asia. Afghanistan The socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in Afghanistan is dramatic, with food insecurity levels now similar to those seen during the 2018 drought according to OCHA. An estimated 14.7 million people were experiencing acute food insecurity from August to October 2020.
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In Uzbekistan, UN agencies, banks, governments work to rebuild after pandemic
TashkentSeventeen United Nations agencies and six international financial institutions (IFIs) are working together in Uzbekistan to address COVID-19’s devastating impacts on the Central Asian republiccreating jobs, re-skilling migrant workers, delivering medical and protective gear, and providing....
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Philippine police chief killed by a cockerel as he breaks up illegal cockfight Sky News
A Philippine police chief has been killed by a cockerel after a freak accident that happened while he was trying to break up an illegal cockfight. © Other Christian Bolok bled to death after a metal blade attached to a rooster sliced his artery. San Jose Police Chief Lt Christian Bolok bled to death....
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Asia Today: India’s confirmed virus cases near 8 million
An election officer checks the temperature of a voter before allowing voters to pass at a polling station, during the first phase of state elections at Paliganj, in the eastern Indian state of Bihar, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020. With an overall declining coronavirus positive trend, Indian authorities....
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Phangan voted 'third best' island
Koh Phangan in Surat Thani has been voted the third best island in Asia, according to the readers' choice awards by travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler. Provincial governor Wichawut Jinto on Wednesday said that Koh Phangan has been hailed as one of the best islands in the world. It was rated among the "five best tourist islands in Asia".
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Vaccines, not spy planes: U.S. misfires in Southeast Asia
By Tom Allard. JAKARTA (Reuters) - For months, by Zoom calls and then by jet, Indonesian ministers and officials scoured the world for access to a vaccine for the coronavirus that Southeast Asia's biggest country is struggling to control. This month, their campaign paid off.
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Zengo Doha launches new taste of Asia
Zengo, the award-winning Pan-Asian restaurant, is introducing a new ‘Taste of Zengo’ menu, every Monday from 6pm-10pm, providing guests with an innovative taste of Asia. “The new menu is the ideal way to discover Zengo’s authentic dishes, inspired by the world travels of chef Richard Sandoval and....
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ISG Index: Managed Services Hits 14-Year Low in Asia Pacific
ITO, BPO markets slump on COVID-19 concerns, as companies turn to cloud-based servicesSYDNEY, Australia, Oct. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Buffeted by pandemic concerns, the managed services market in Asia Pacific fell in the third quarter to its lowest level in 14 years, according to the latest....
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Typhoon Molave makes landfall in Vietnam in the aftermath of deadly floods
Molave hit as the equivalent of a Category 2 Atlantic hurricane, packing sustained winds of 165 kilometers per hour (103 miles per hour). The storm is expected to bring rains and dangerous winds as it pushes over the mountains of Southeast Asia, causing potential flash floods and landslides.
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ISG Index: Managed Services Hits 14-Year Low in Asia Pacific
) (Nasdaq: III ), a leading global technology research and advisory firm. The Asia Pacific ISG Index™, which measures commercial outsourcing contracts with annual contract value (ACV) of US $5 million or more, shows the region’s managed services market plummeted 48 percent in the third quarter, to US $338 million, its worst showing since 2006.
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New lab to help in creation, deployment of smart cities solutions
CapitaLand, together with 30 industry partners, is committing up to $10 million in South-east Asia's first industry-led laboratory to accelerate the development and deployment of smart cities solutions in Singapore and overseas. Called the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab, or Lab, it aims to provide a....
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Rescue-1122: First UN-INSARAG classified team in South Asia
It is a matter of great honour for Pakistan that the Pakistan Rescue Team of Emergency Services Academy (Rescue 1122) Lahore has become the First United Nations - INSARAG Classified team in South Asia after completing an extensive evaluation process of several years under supervision of UN-INSARAG Mentors.
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Imran Malik
Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) is blessed with an extraordinary landscape, immense natural resources, vibrant manpower and a profoundly consequential location. It is situated at the confluence of the three Asiaswest, central and southas well as the three mighty Asian mountain ...
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Philippine police chief killed by a cockerel as he breaks up illegal cockfight
A Philippine police chief has been killed by a cockerel after a freak accident that happened while he was trying to break up an illegal cockfight. San Jose Police Chief Lt Christian Bolok bled to death on Monday after a sharp metal blade attached to a rooster sliced an artery in his leg.
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Air pollution may factor in Covid-19 deaths, with East Asia worst hit: study
A new study suggests 15 per cent of global deaths from Covid-19 could be linked to long-term exposure to carbon emissions and other pollutants. Photo: AFP. Air pollution may factor in Covid-19 deaths, with East Asia worst hit: study. Researchers say 15 per cent of global fatalities from the....
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Pompeo adds Vietnam to current Asia tour as relations deepen
HANOI (Reuters) -- U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit Vietnam on Thursday and Friday as part of a tour of Asia, the Vietnamese and U.S. governments said. The visit was announced after a U.S. citizen sentenced last year to 12 years in a Vietnamese jail for "attempting to overthrow the....
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Moody's publishes October edition of ‘Structured Thinking: Asia Pacific’ newsletter
© 2020 Insider Inc. and finanzen.net GmbH (Imprint). All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Moody's publishes October edition of ‘Structured Thinking: Asia Pacific’ newsletter.
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MIL-Evening Report: LIVE: Paul Buchanan + Selwyn Manning on US and ASEAN Move to Contain China
As always, we are joined by political scientist and former Pentagon analyst… Paul Buchanan… and this week we will discuss: How United States Secretary of Defense, Mike Pompeo, has this week been traveling around South East Asia. He has signed a new defence deal with India, at a time when India and China relations are digressing.
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Changing climate risk to opportunity
The world last year suffered many outsized fires, which are recurring this year in the Amazon and parts of the United States. This year, South-east Asia has largely been spared the fires and haze that often trouble Indonesia and the region. Yet, there are risks if we are complacent and conversely, opportunities to be gained if action is taken.
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Modulos De Tesoreria En Iztapalapa
3 metre wide lane is the road as well as the main approach to the house. Qt house landmak architecture house block is a typical characteristic of urbanization at fast speed in developing countries in asia including vietnam. Photo 3 Of 10 In Indoor Gardens Bring Light And Air Into This Brick....
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In Uzbekistan, UN agencies, banks, governments work to rebuild after pandemic
Tashkent Seventeen United Nations agencies and six international financial institutions (IFIs) are working together in Uzbekistan to address COVID-19’s devastating impacts on the Central Asian republic—creating jobs, re-skilling migrant workers, delivering medical and protective gear, and providing....
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The Green Hydrogen Problem That No One Is Talking About Green hydrogen seems to be getting more popular by the day as a source of energy, but there is one major problem that none of its proponents seem to be addressing
Gigawatt upon gigawatt of green hydrogen capacity is being planned across Europe, Asia, and Australia. According to proponents of the technology, green hydrogen - the kind produced through electrolysis powered by solar, wind, and other renewable energy sources - is the best way to decarbonize heavy polluter industries.
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