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Melting ice threatens water supplies

The melting of Himalayan glaciers has doubled in recent decades, threatening water supplies for hundreds of millions of people across Asia, researchers say. A study that used declassified images taken by US spy satellites suggests that melting caused by rising temperatures has accelerated dramatically since 2000.
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Meet the 'cat-fox,' a mysterious mammal found in Corsica that could be a new species

Located in India’s far eastern province, Assam, Kaziranga National Park is home to the elusive Bengal tiger. It is one of the best locations in the world to see greater one-horned rhinos and is also home to India’s other largest mammals, including Asian elephants and Asian water buffaloes.
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One Championship plans 80 shows, big roster expansion in '20

One CEO Chatri Sityodtong revealed his latest plans for ambitious expansion to The Associated Press on Wednesday. The promotion is putting on 45 events this year in Asia, but will sharply increase its schedule next year. One also will continue to keep its fights freely available to much of the world....
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Himalayan Glaciers Melting Far Faster This Century: Study

London: Himalayan glaciers have been melting twice as fast since the start of this century, underscoring the threat the climate crisis poses to water supplies for hundreds of millions of people across Asia, according to a study published on Wednesday. Scientists have long been trying to establish....
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How the A-10 Warthog Could Become North Korea's Worst Nightmare

Stephen Bryen. Security, Asia This plane needs to stick around. How the A-10 Warthog Could Become North Korea's Worst Nightmare. The A-10 was originally designed and deployed to support NATO forces against a land attack coming from the Soviet Union. The much-maligned A-10 Thunderbolt ground attack....
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Bonds Rise on Dovish Fed; Asia Stocks Seen Flat: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- Treasury yields slid and the dollar weakened after the Federal Reserve struck a dovish tone in its latest policy statement. Asian equities looked set for a muted start after U.S. shares edged higher. Futures were little changed in Japan and Australia.
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Apple explores moving 15-30% of production capacity from China: Nikkei

(Reuters) - Apple Inc has asked its major suppliers to assess the cost implications of moving 15%-30% of their production capacity from China to Southeast Asia as it prepares for a restructuring of its supply chain, according to a Nikkei Asian Review report on Wednesday. Apple's request was a result of the extended Sino-U.
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Visa aims to halve its global fraud rate by 2025

Shanghai. PAYMENTS giant Visa plans to halve its global fraud rate by 2025, having been using artificial intelligence to prevent an estimated US$25 billion in fraud annually. Speaking at the Visa Asia-Pacific Security Summit 2019 held in Shanghai, Visa's group executive for Asia-...
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Startups can speed up growth with aid from Accelerating Asia

Singapore. STARTUPS around Asia are set to springboard their businesses through Accelerating Asia's (AA) accelerator programme. Accelerating Asia, an independent startup accelerator headquartered in Singapore, unveiled the first 10 firms participating in its accelerator programme,...
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Invigorating Pak-US relationship?

Syed Qamar Afzal Rizvi. THOUGH apparently, US’ new South Asian policy is reflective of the fact that Islamabad holds no significance in the eyes of tactical US policymakers, yet seen from an insightful perspective, it looks totally illogical that Washington could hibernate Pakistan’s importance in the long term.
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Harley-Davidsons to be made by China's Geely with eye on Asia

NEW YORK -- Harley-Davidson is developing smaller motorcycles with a Chinese partner in an attempt to cultivate new markets as ridership in the U.S. and Europe stalls. The U.S. motorcycle maker announced Wednesday that it signed an agreement with Qianjiang Motorcycle, which will produce the new model at Qianjiang plants in China.
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Netflix and Tencent vie for Southeast Asia's eyeballs

BANGKOK/JAKARTA -- Video streaming is king in smartphone-savvy Southeast Asia, and global heavyweights like Tencent Holdings and Netflix are battling along with regional tech companies over a burgeoning market set to expand into the tens of billions of dollars per year.
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Apple explores moving 15-30per cent of production capacity from China: Nikkei

REUTERS: Apple Inc has asked its major suppliers to assess the cost implications of moving 15per cent-30per cent of their production capacity from China to Southeast Asia as it prepares for a restructuring of its supply chain, according to a Nikkei Asian Review report on Wednesday. Apple's request was a result of the extended Sino-U.
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Apple explores moving 15-30per cent of production capacity from China - Nikkei

REUTERS: Apple Inc has asked its major suppliers to assess the cost implications of moving 15per cent-30per cent of their production capacity from China to Southeast Asia as it prepares for a restructuring of its supply chain, according to a Nikkei Asian Review report on Wednesday. Apple's request was a result of the extended Sino-U.
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Human Rights Groups Demand ASEAN States Protect Rohingya Refugees

BANGKOK – Human rights groups demanded Southeast Asian governments on Wednesday protect the rights of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim community and urged safe conditions to be in place before their repatriation from refugee camps in Bangladesh. The call came ahead of this weekend’s 34th annual summit of....
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Hotels, companies cut back on water use as taps run dry in Chennai

All four reservoirs that supply Chennai, known as the Detroit of South Asia for its flourishing automobile industry, have run dry this summer, largely because of poor monsoon rains last year. Hotels in Chennai are rationing water for guests amid searing heat while companies limit showers as the city of 4.
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Scotland’s space industry is exporting products and expertise around the globe

From monitoring crops in South America to helping to preventing deforestation in Asia, space technology is a major export success story for Scotland. Not only does the sector sell satellites and associated software to the world’s space-exploring nations, the use of satellite data in a variety of....
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Pakistan records 4th highest temperature on Earth

ISLAMABAD - Following years of tireless investigation, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced that two recent temperature readings have been accepted among the hottest recorded on Earth. One of the scorching marks came from the Middle East, the other from South Asia.
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Rizwan brothers vow to excel in ITF 12&Under Tennis event

LAHORE - Pakistan’s young and promising talent Rizwan brothers, Haider Ali Rizwan and Hasnain Ali Rizwan, have vowed to excel in the South Asia Regional Qualifying Event of ITF Asian 12&U Team Championship, to be played from June 23 to June 28 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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380-cst time spread hits near 7-month high; S-Oil sells LSFO cargoes

Asia’s 380-cst high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) front-month time spread hit a near seven-month high on Wednesday as tightening arbitrage flows into the Singapore trading and storage hub squeezed the near-term supply outlook, trade sources said. The tighter supply outlook has also been supported by....
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Pan Asia Bank bestowed ‘Global Climate Partnership Award’

June 19, 2019, 8:21 pm Naleen Edirisinghe, DGM-Branch Credit accepting the award from Claudia Arce, chairperson of the Global Climate Partnership Fund. Also in the picture are Luke Franson-Head of Green Lending, GCPF and Nalaka Wijayawardana, DGM-Marketing, Cards & Deposit Mobilization.
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SriLankan Airlines, first in South Asia to opt for Airbus’ Skywise Health Monitoring

June 19, 2019, 8:17 pm SriLankan Airlines has become the first customer in South Asia to sign a Letter of Intent (LoI) for the Skywise Health Monitoring (SHM) application from Airbus. Once deployed, SHM will save time and decrease the cost of unscheduled maintenance for the airline.
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New Asia Pacific Facebook population maps

Facebook has created new maps of the Asia Pacific with an unprecedented level of detail about where people are living in an effort to help authorities better respond to natural disasters and disease outbreaks. No personal Facebook data has been used to create the maps, which are aimed primarily at....
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Hotels, firms cut back on water use as taps run dry

Hotels in Chennai are rationing water for guests amid searing heat while companies limit showers as the city of 4.6mn faces its worst shortage in years. All four reservoirs that supply Chennai, known as the Detroit of south Asia for its flourishing automobile industry, have run dry this summer, largely because of poor monsoon rains last year.
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Casa Systems Inc. (CASA)’s Financial Results Comparing With Wireless Telecom Group Inc. (NYSEAMERICAN:WTT)

For the past year Casa Systems Inc.’s stock price has bigger decline than Wireless Telecom Group Inc. Summary. Casa Systems Inc. beats Wireless Telecom Group Inc. on 9 of the 12 factors. Casa Systems, Inc. provides software-centric broadband products in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific.
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Apple explores moving 15-30% of production capacity from China: Nikkei

June 19, 2019. (Reuters) – Apple Inc has asked its major suppliers to assess the cost implications of moving 15%-30% of their production capacity from China to Southeast Asia as it prepares for a restructuring of its supply chain, according to a Nikkei Asian Review report on Wednesday. Apple’s request was a result of the extended Sino-U.
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