• Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

Member Area

Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
Christian news Asia
Macquarie to scale back equities trading, cut jobs in London, New York
Macquarie Group says it will scale back its cash equities businesses in most areas outside its home Asia Pacific market as tougher regulations bite. The Millionaires' Factory, which employs about 700 people in cash equities, is expected to cut 100 jobs in London and New York, a source with direct....
Read more...
 
Macquarie to scale back equities trading, cut jobs in London, New York
Macquarie Group says it will scale back its cash equities businesses in most areas outside its home Asia Pacific market as tougher regulations bite. The Millionaires' Factory, which employs about 700 people in cash equities, is expected to cut 100 jobs in London and New York, a source with direct....
Read more...
 
Laos's Controversial Xayaburi Dam on Mekong River Begins Operations
The Xayaburi dam, the first of five planned large Mekong river mainstream dams in Laos, officially began operations Tuesday, setting in motion the first major cog in the country's ambitious but controversial plan to become the "battery of Southeast Asia.
Read more...
 
Macquarie to scale back equities trading, cut jobs in London, New York
Macquarie Group says it will scale back its cash equities businesses in most areas outside its home Asia Pacific market as tougher regulations bite. The Millionaires' Factory, which employs about 700 people in cash equities, is expected to cut 100 jobs in London and New York, a source with direct....
Read more...
 
Wyndham Is Expanding Overseas With Biggest Gains in Southeast Asia
. While Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has emphasized in recent quarters the success of its La Quinta acquisition, executives on Tuesday highlighted its often-overlooked international expansion, particularly in Southeast Asia. Systemwide at Wyndham, the number of rooms grew 3 percent year-over-year, executives said during a third quarter earnings call.
Read more...
 
Macquarie to scale back equities trading, cut jobs in London, New York
Macquarie Group says it will scale back its cash equities businesses in most areas outside its home Asia Pacific market as tougher regulations bite. The Millionaires' Factory, which employs about 700 people in cash equities, is expected to cut 100 jobs in London and New York, a source with direct....
Read more...
 
The World's Most Expensive Bank Limits Staff Water to Cut Costs
(Bloomberg) -- Weeks after Armand Wahyudi Hartono became the vice president director of Indonesia’s largest non-state bank, he noticed how staff were leaving half-empty glasses of water after work. The next morning, he restricted the amount of drinking water available at PT Bank Central Asia’s headquarters.
Read more...
 
In the Mountains of Northern Thailand Springs New Hope
Scientology Volunteer Ministers Asian Goodwill Tour is Welcomed to the tribal village of Mae Salong near Thailand’s border with Myanmar and Laos. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2019 / EINPresswire.com / -- In the mountain villages in the north of Thailand, life continues much as it has for centuries.
Read more...
 
Jungle Ventures Raises $240 Million for Southeast Asia Tech Category Leaders
More Than Double Amount Raised for Previous Fund. Nearly 60% of Capital Came from Outside Asia. SINGAPORE Oct. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Jungle Ventures, one of Southeast Asia's largest early stage venture capital firms, today announced that it closed its third fund, Jungle Ventures III.
Read more...
 
Jungle eyes S-E Asia with US$240m war chest
Singapore. FRESH from raising US$240 million for its third fund, Jungle Ventures is on the prowl for South-east Asian startups that meet the region's digitalisation and data privacy needs, the firm's co-founder and managing partner Amit Anand told The Business Times.
Read more...
 
Asia Stock Futures Mixed Before Fed Decision: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks in Asia were poised for a mixed start Wednesday after a lackluster session for U.S. equities left markets in a holding pattern awaiting the Federal Reserve’s policy decision. Treasuries and the dollar were flat. Equity futures dipped in Japan and nudged higher in Hong Kong.
Read more...
 
Sri Lanka lose by 14 runs (D/L rule) to India
The Indian Women’s team that emerged champions of the Women’s Emerging Asia Cup at the R Premadasa Stadium yesterday. Indian Women emerged champions of the Women’s Emerging Asia Cup tournament when they defeated Sri Lanka Women by 14 runs under the D/L system in the final played at the R Premadasa Stadium yesterday.
Read more...
 
Aspire Academy to host Asia Congress
Doha: Aspire Academy is hosting the 4th Association of Sports Institutes in Asia (ASIA) Congress that will bring together the leading international and regional sports performance practitioners to share insights and spark discussions on considerations in Youth Athlete Development, developing high....
Read more...
 
UAAP 82: In final elimination-round game, UP looks to deny Ateneo perfection
MANILA, PhilippinesThe format of this year's Final 4 will be decided on Wednesday, when top-seeded Ateneo de Manila University takes on second-seeded University of the Philippines in the final game of the UAAP Season 82 elimination round at Mall of Asia Arena.
Read more...
 
Jungle Ventures Raises $240 Million for Southeast Asia Tech Category Leaders
More Than Double Amount Raised for Previous Fund. Nearly 60% of Capital Came from Outside Asia. SINGAPORE Oct. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Jungle Ventures, one of Southeast Asia's largest early stage venture capital firms, today announced that it closed its third fund, Jungle Ventures III.
Read more...
 
DAVE JA VU David Attenborough’s new series sparks recycling row over use of Netflix footage SUNDAY'S episode of Seven Worlds, One Planet will show the same footage of walruses falling down a cliff that was shown on Netflix in April. In 2011 it was reveale
SIR David Attenborough’s new BBC1 nature series is set for a recycling row as it uses footage identical to that seen in his earlier Netflix show. Sunday’s episode of Seven Worlds, One Planet will show walruses falling down a cliff in Asia. David Attenborough's new BBC series uses footage identical....
Read more...
 
Study triples population at risk of climate-triggered floods
WASHINGTON The number of people threatened by climate change-triggered flooding is about three times higher than previously thought, a new study says. But it’s not because of more water. It’s because the land, especially in Asia and the developing world, is several feet lower than what space-based....
Read more...
 
This undated handout from CK Power released on October 29, 2019 shows the Xayaburi dam, located in the lower Mekong river in Laos.
The Xayaburi dam, the first of five planned large Mekong river mainstream dams in Laos, officially began operations Tuesday, setting in motion the first major cog in the country’s ambitious but controversial plan to become the “battery of Southeast Asia.
Read more...
 
Vietnamese, British officials hold phone talks over lorry deaths
HANOI, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) -- Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Quoc Dung made a phone call to Minister for Asia and the Pacific at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office Heather Wheeler on Tuesday to discuss lorry deaths in the British county of Essex.
Read more...
 
Adam Harvey
. Adam Harvey is the ABC's Middle East Correspondent, based in Beirut. He's a Walkley Award winning journalist and experienced foreign correspondent, having previously been posted to South-East Asia for the ABC and to the United States for Australia's News Limited publications. You can follow him on Twitter @adharves.
Read more...
 
RI to play leadership role in sustainable maritime economy
During the 7th century, the Srivijaya Empire ruled a large swath of Southeast Asia from the Indonesian island of Sumatra. With thriving trade links extending as far as China, historians describe the period as a time when the archipelago’s maritime history flourished.
Read more...
 
300 million at risk of climate-triggered floods
Story Highlights Most of the people at risk live in Asian countries such as China, India, Bangladesh, and Vietnam. The study used improved methods to measure the actual elevation of land throughout Asia. Scientists say global warming will be the primary cause of future sea-level rise.
Read more...
 
Study triples population at risk of climate-triggered floods
WASHINGTON The number of people threatened by climate change-triggered flooding is about three times higher than previously thought, a new study says. But it’s not because of more water. It’s because the land, especially in Asia and the developing world, is several feet lower than what space-based....
Read more...
 
Millions of people are more vulnerable to rising seas than previously thought
Story Highlights Most of the people at risk live in Asian countries such as China, India, Bangladesh, and Vietnam. The study used improved methods to measure the actual elevation of land throughout Asia. Scientists say global warming will be the primary cause of future sea-level rise.
Read more...
 
Macquarie scales back equities businesses
Australian investment bank Macquarie Group says it will scale back its cash equities businesses in most areas outside the Asia Pacific region as tougher regulations bite. The bank, which employs about 700 people in cash equities, is expected to cut 100 jobs in London and New York, a source with....
Read more...
 
SriLankan Airlines celebrates Diwali with its passengers
October 29, 2019, 6:19 pm SriLankan Airlines, the largest foreign carrier into India, celebrated Diwali with all its loyal customers with a series of special events on Sunday October 27 at Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) and on board many of its flights in the South Asian region.
Read more...
 


Page 1339 of 1670

Free consultation

If you are a broadcaster or Christian program producer you can schedule a 15 min FREE consultation with an EGR specialist to help you evaluate all possible Int'l broadcasting options.

free 15 minute EGR consultaiton

We will call you back at a number and time of your convenience, and will gladly answer any question that you may have on how to broadcast your Christian message worldwide.

EGR local time

Verse of the day

He who gives to the poor will lack nothing, but he who closes his eyes to them receives many curses. Proverbs, 28. 27

Polls

Is wealth an indication of God’s favor or blessing?