The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has projected that the country’s economic growth will be between 5.2 to 6.2 percent in 2017.
Cambodia officially banned selling and exporting locally-pumped human breast milk Tuesday, after reports exposed how women were turning to the controversial trade to boost meagre incomes in one of Southeast Asia’s poorest countries.
Cuban is preparing to send a medical brigade specialized in natural disasters to help flood victims in Peru, state daily Granma reported on Monday.
The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) has today put the circuit breaker following an unusual surge in the domestic share market.
A new report showed that food security and nutrition levels in the Near East and North Africa have sharply deteriorated over the last five years, a UN spokesman told reporters here Monday.
A three-day international seminar aims to share knowledge and experiences of South Asian countries on the sector of development and extension of small hydropower projects.
Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army Bipin Rawat has arrived Kathmandu today on a four-day visit at the invitation of chief of Nepal Army, Rajendra Chhetri.
As the annual Tomb-Sweeping Day approaches, Cambodia and China on Tuesday jointly commemorated two Chinese UN peacekeepers who were killed in a blast here 24 years ago.
The State Affairs Committee (SAC) has concluded that the status of implementation of its directives given to various ministries and constitutional bodies was not satisfactory.
An explosion on a boat in the southern Zamboanga City has killed five people and injured four others, the Philippine military said Tuesday.
At least three women have been killed and dozens are missing after a jam-packed ferry capsized in the river of Panguchi in Bangladesh’s Bagerhat district, some 178 km southwest of capital Dhaka, on Tuesday morning.
A total of 279,000 people are currently displaced as a result of the military operations in Mosul, a city in north Iraq, Farhan Haq, the deputy UN spokesman, told reporters here Monday.