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Modi’s regime: Anxiety is rising

The scrapping of high-value notes will be good for PM Modi's mid-term scorecard, say foreign media It was difficult for observers to argue at the...

The Giant Coffee Table Touchscreen Computer

This is the wooden coffee table that incorporates a fully functional Windows 8 computer with a 32" touch screen. With a 178° viewing angle,...

The Corleones of Kabul

By Jonah Blank: Foreign observers of Afghanistan tend to think of former President Hamid Karzai’s government as a clan of corrupt thugs, led by a...

Bangladesh buys two submarines from China

Bangladesh took delivery on Monday of its first submarines, bought from China, as it seeks to boost its naval power in the Bay of...

Balochistan shrine attacked and FIR against Modi

On18 September, 19 soldiers killed in terrorist attacks in Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir, consequently, ‘the surgical strike’ by India (on 29 September) in the...

‘Dump Trump’

Everyone is keenly watching the post election tumult in the US, the biggest exporter of democracy in the world. Riots, which broke out following the recent...

SAARC – A Potential Giant or A Sidelined Midget

"Until such time that the leaders of SAARC decide to leave bilateral issues aside and address the common problems together in a workmanlike manner to realise...

A Trump World, Nepal perspective

BY Diwakar Chettri> Donald J Trump’s victory in the US presidential election this week shocked Americans and sent shock waves across the world. Here in...

Rohingya Crackdown in Myanmar:  Fear of Refugee Rise

Amid the ongoing operation in Muslim Rohingya dominated areas in northern Rakhine state of Myanmar, fear of a new wave of refugees has been...

 CPEC dreams come true as Gwadar port goes operational

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at a grand opening ceremony at the Gwadar port on Sunday marked the operationalisation and opening of trade activities at...

Maoist leaders warn PM not to mess up with ‘trouble-free’ states

Even as Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is preparing to accept parts of a federal delineation plan the Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML jointly...

Pakistani ‘chai wala’ turns model after finding fame

A handsome "chai wala" (tea seller) in Pakistan has seen his life change overnight after a picture of him at work swept the internet. Arshad...

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 will include an AI assistant

Samsung isn't wasting any time before it makes use of Viv's artificial intelligence know-how. In a an indirect confirmation of rumors, the tech giant...

South Asian Hidden Dreams: A Tiny Trip

Underrated Places in South Asia When it comes to amazing tourist attractions, South Asia's got a ton. But for every Taj Mahal or Skirts...

Heightened Taliban attacks and Afghan peace talks

A day after the attack on German consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan, the Taliban, on Saturday stormed into the Bagram airbase, which is considered...

Three Indian naval training ships arrive in Bangladesh

  Three Indian navy training ships have reached Chittagong naval base as part of a five-day “goodwill” visit, Bangladesh Navy has said Commander Chittagong Naval Zone...

Bhutan to import cheap BD bandwidth

Bhutan to import cheap BD bandwidth SA Monitor Staff Amid downward position in creating a ‘favorable business environment’ for foreign investors, Bhutan has decided to buy...

‘Unjust Treatment’: Maldives’ antipathy to Commonwealth

Is the organization named ‘Commonwealth of Independent States’, which started its journey with the moto ‘all member states as “free and equal” stated in...

Stop migraine headaches with lemon and Himalayan rock salt

Headaches are a bother to anyone, but migraine headaches can be debilitating. Migraines differ from regular headaches because they are typically more painful (often...

Watch: Seven-year-old publishes book

Michelle Nkamankeng and her mum, Laurentine with her recently released book, Waiting for the Waves. The seven-year-old from Kensington, Joburg is a smart youngster who...

Five contracts likely to be awarded without bidding

The government is likely to award at least five contracts to different foreign companies to set up facilities to import liquefied natural gas or...