Cooperation between China and the United States will lead to a win-win outcome for both sides, but confrontation will result in mutual losses, China said on Tuesday, after the United States branded it a competitor seeking to challenge U.S. power.
The U.S. Navy’s top officer on December 19 said that vessels from eastern Pacific could be brought forward to reinforce U.S. naval power in Asia as Washington contends with increased threats in the region and accidents that have weakened its maritime force.
The Bangladesh Government has said a hydropower agreement with neighbouring countries -- Bhutan and India -- was imminent.
Greeks walked off the job in a nationwide strike on December 14, to protest austerity measures and reforms the leftist-led government has agreed with the country’s creditors in exchange for bailout loans.
516 people from across the country donated Rs 3 Lakh, to the account operated in the name of ShambhuLal Regar’s wife Sita.
Modi’s ‘mini’ roadshow after casting his vote is at the heart of a heated battle between Congress and the Election Commission.
Google’s decision to open a research facility in Beijing even though its search services remain blocked in the country speaks volumes about how the tech giant is probably recognising that it will have to look at China as a contender
Oli won from the Jhapa-5 constituency raking in 57,139 votes — the highest number of votes secured by any candidate in the elections so far.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was elected on Monday, unopposed to the post of the party president, marking a generational change within the party.
Nepal’s oil import bill for October-November jumped 40 percent due to a surge in demand during the federal parliament and provincial assembly elections with candidates hitting the campaign trail in motor vehicles, helicopters and airplanes.
The Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, arrived at Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia, for a three-day official visit that began on December 3.
In a country where the army has repeatedly seized power, its role as a third party at the negotiation table has raised doubts that it could be meddling in Pakistan’s politics