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Seldom before would a prime minister's address to the nation have caused so many people to "see red" as Narendra Modi's did on the country's Independence Day on Aug. 15: both because of what he said, as well as what he ignored.
 
Taiwan was once regarded as one of the Four Asian Tigers together with Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea -- an economic miracle that many looked up to. In recent years, the economy has been lackluster thanks to its over-reliance on high-tech industries and original equipment manufacturing (OEM) exports, allowing its one-time Tiger counterparts to pull further ahead.
 
John Cardinal Dong, bishop of the Hong Kong diocese, published a pastoral letter in his weekly diocese publication on Aug. 5, making clear that Beijing has reached an initial understanding with the Vatican on the appointment of bishops in the Catholic Church in mainland China and seek a mutually acceptable plan.
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More than a month after the arbitral tribunal set up under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea decided in favor of the Philippines in its arbitration case against China on disputes in the South China Sea, both countries are looking for a way to end their impasse.
 
A few days ago, I sat down with Dwight Hutchins, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Singapore, to discuss the chamber's 2017 ASEAN Business Outlook Survey.
 
The silencing of Pakistan is well under way. The National Assembly last week passed the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill.
 
Whether billionaire Donald Trump becomes the next U.S. president is not an issue.
 
The U.S. has announced preferential access for another 27 products from the least developed countries (LDCs) including Nepal. In addition, Nepal has received the same facility for 66 products under the special Nepal Trade Preferences Act (NTPA) which was passed by the U.S. Congress last year.
 
Thai tourism businesses are bracing for the economic fallout from the bomb attacks that killed four and injured dozens of people, including foreign visitors in the seaside resort Hua Hin plus Phuket, two of the country's major tourist destinations.
 
Contrary to widespread fears during the weeks before the opening of the Rio Olympics, not a single case of Zika virus infection involving an athlete, official or a volunteer has been reported to the Games health office.
 
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