Kumar Mangalam Birla says 'slowbalization' will define decade
Tensions between nationalism and globalization will probably be the most defining trend of the new decade.
India imposes anti-subsidy duty on imports of copper wire rods from 4 nations
DGTR has recommended imposition of the duty on the imports of '...
Indian ambassador to Thailand meets Chandra Mohan Patwary
Interacting with the Ambassador, Minister Patwary highlighted the sea-route connectivity of Assam to South East Asian nations through the Chittagong and Mongla Ports of Bangladesh as well as the surface-route connectivity through the Trans Asian Trilateral Highway.
Dead deer with 7kg of plastic in stomach found in Thailand
Marine animals like turtles and dugongs have died in its waste-choked waters, and autopsies have found that plastic in the stomach lining contributed to their deaths. Now the scourge of plastic waste is affecting animals on land. Officials said a 10-yearold deer was found dead in a national park in Nan province near Bangkok.
On the go: Villa Ortiga Design Studio founder found a friend in designer Jill Narongchai during a trip to Thailand
Sarabjit Singh feels solo trips can be a 'rigorous learning experience'.
Going places: Traditional Thai massage gets UNESCO heritage status, custodian calls it 'historic'
Krairath Chantrasri, proud custodian of the ancient skill, takes great pride in the discipline.
Visa woes hampering your New Year plans? Head to Seychelles & Ethiopia for a hassle-free vacation
Enjoy some private moments at Anse Lazio on Praslin Island, acclaimed to be one of most beautiful beaches in Seychelles.
Thai Navy takes note of Myanmar acquiring Indian submarine
The Myanmar Navy acquired a diesel-electric Kilo Class submarine from India. The submarine, scheduled to start operations from December 24, is to be deployed in the Andaman Sea for security missions.The Royal Thai Navy's 3rd Naval Area Command has been told to keep a watch on the submarine, which can operate underwater for up to 45 days.
Aditya Birla Group completes 50 years in Thailand
"We are here in Thailand with whom India has a strong cultural linkage. And we are marking 50 years of a leading Indian industrial business in Thailand. This reaffirms my belief that commerce and culture have inherent powers to unite,” said the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, who was present at an event taking place in Bangkok.
Watch: Prime Minister Modi departs for Thailand
Prime Minister Narendra Modi departed for to Thailand on November 02. He will be on 3-day visit to the country. PM Modi will participate in ...
China clampdown on illegal meat puts $2 bn trade at risk
China has adopted stricter border controls due to swine fever, meaning a big blow to Indian buffalo meat exports.
Korean teen wins Panasonic Open
17-year old Korean sensation Joohyung Kim won the Panasonic Open held in Nuh, Haryana where he defeated Indian golfer Shiv Kapur. Kim fired a seven-under-65 to bag the top honours with a total of 13-under-203. Kapur and Chikkarangappa (67) ended with a total of 12-under 204 at the Classic Golf and Country Club here.
India’s Indo-Pacific agenda gets boost through port connectivity with Thailand
The BIMSTEC region brings together 1.67 billion people - 22% of world population and a combined GDP of US$ 3.71 Trillion. Four BIMSTEC summits have been held so far, the latest at Kathmandu on 30-31 August 2018 [earlier Summits were 2004(Bangkok), 2008(New Delhi), 2014(Nay Pyi Taw)].
India has stopped working in a routine, bureaucratic manner: PM Modi in Thailand
Modi also emphasised that India and Thailand have strong cultural linkages and said that commerce and culture have inherent powers to unite. He also laid out his vision of making India a USD five trillion economy.
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