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<strong>Malaysia</strong> orders rescue of migrant boats, Thailand says no to shelters

Malaysia orders rescue of migrant boats, Thailand says no to shelters

21 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Thursday he had ordered the navy to conduct search and rescue missions for thousands of migrants adrift at sea as Thailand's prime minister said his country would not provide shelter.

Malaysia,   Migrant boats,   Prime Minister Najib Razak,   Rohingya boats,   Latest world news,  
Fears grow for Rohingya migrants on missing boat

Fears grow for Rohingya migrants on missing boat

19 May 2015

Pak Bara (Thailand): Fears grew on Friday for the welfare of hundreds of Rohingya migrants on a boat bounced between waters off Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia that has not been heard in more than 60 hours.

Rohingya Migrants,   Thailand,   Malaysia,   Indonesia,   Thai navy,   Bangladeshi migrants,   Latest World News ,  
Samsung, Samsonite join hands for satellite-tracked suitcases

Samsung, Samsonite join hands for satellite-tracked suitcases

18 May 2015

Washington: Samsung and Samsonite have joined hands to come up with satellite-tracked suitcases. The new generation "smart luggage" relays location to owners' smartphones and will use GPS to track their location, alerting travelers when their luggage is unloaded from an aircraft or about to appear on the carousel.

Samsung,   Samsonite,   Satellite tracked suitcase,   Smart luggage,   Smartphones,   GPS,   Luggage,   Aircraft ,  
First India-made Tejas fighter squadron expected by 2017-18

First India-made Tejas fighter squadron expected by 2017-18

17 May 2015

New Delhi: Days after the government auditor questioned the delay in producting the indegenous Tejas light combat aircraft (LCA), a defence ministry official said the first squadron of 18 aircraft will be delivered by 2017-18 - a good 17 years after it first took to the skies.

Government of India,   Tejas light combat aircraft,   LCA,   Defence ministry,   Latest news,  
India lose 2-3 to <strong>Malaysia</strong> in Sudirman Cup

India lose 2-3 to Malaysia in Sudirman Cup

11 May 2015

Dongguan (China): The lack of quality doubles players came back to haunt Indian badminton team as they suffered a 2-3 loss to Malaysia in their opening tie of the prestigious Sudirman Cup here on Monday.

Indian badminton team,   Saina Nehwal,   Jwala Gutta,   Ashwini Ponnappa,   Lee Chong Wei,   K Srikanth,   Sudir Man Cup,   latest sports news,  
<strong>Malaysia</strong> detains 1,018 Bangladeshi and Rohingya refugees

Malaysia detains 1,018 Bangladeshi and Rohingya refugees

11 May 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia detained 1,018 Bangladeshi and Rohingya refugees after they arrived in three boats on Monday, police said, a day after Indonesian authorities rescued 600 stranded off the coast of Aceh.

Malaysia,   Rohingya Refugees,   Bangladeshi,   UN refugee agency,   UNHCR,   Illegal Immigrants,   Latest World News,  ,   ,  
 IIFA to screen Zoya Akhtar's 'Dil Dhadakne Do' on June 6

IIFA to screen Zoya Akhtar's 'Dil Dhadakne Do' on June 6

16 May 2015

New Delhi: Director Zoya Akhtar's multi-starrer dysfunctional family drama 'Dil Dhadakne Do' will be screened at the upcoming 16th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards in Malaysia on June 6.

IIFA,   Zoya Akhtar,   Dil Dhadakne Do,   International Indian Film Academy,   Malaysia,   Anil Kapoor,   Priyanka Chopra,   Ranveer Singh,   Latest entertainment news,  
Diversion of investments to China, <strong>Malaysia</strong> impacting rupee: FinMin

Diversion of investments to China, Malaysia impacting rupee: FinMin

09 May 2015

New Delhi: Attributing the steep fall in rupee to increased international capital flow to Malaysia and China, a government official said the domestic currency will stabilise once the economic reforms are put in place.

Rupee,   Capital flow,   Malaysia,   China,   Domestic currency,   Economic reforms,   Indian economy ,  
Army inducts indigenously-built surface-to-air missile Akash

Army inducts indigenously-built surface-to-air missile Akash

05 May 2015

New Delhi: More than three decades after the project was initiated, Army on Tuesday inducted the indigenously- developed supersonic surface-to-air missile Akash, capable of targeting enemy helicopters, aircraft and UAVs from a range of 25 kms.

Indian Army,   Supersonic missile,   Surface to air missile,   Akash missile,   Helicopters,   Aircraft,   UAVs,  
India sends four <strong>aircraft</strong> with relief supplies, rescue team to Nepal

India sends four aircraft with relief supplies, rescue team to Nepal

25 Apr 2015

New Delhi: As many as four aircraft including a C-130 plane carrying three tonnes of relief supplies and a 40-member rescue team were on Saturday pressed into service to assist Nepal after it suffered a devastating earthquake in which hundreds of people have been killed.

Earthquake,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  North India,   Earthquake Delhi,   Tremors,   Major earthquake,   Kathmandu,   Delhi,   NCR,   Nepal,   latest India news,  

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