TNLA, Arakan Army, MNDAA meet government negotiators for trust-building talks, participant says.
Attracting talent from Taiwan is part of an effort by China to reduce dependence on overseas firms for the chips that power everything from smartphones to military satellites.
A powerful typhoon killed 10 people in western Japan and an airport company started to transfer some 3,000 stranded passengers by boats from a flooded airport.
The book features two photos taken in Bangladesh and Tanzania falsely labeling the subjects as Rohingya who were entering Myanmar.
The "Volunteer Spirit" scheme has created a new army of civilians who have pledged allegiance to the king and are boosting his image ahead of his formal coronation.
Asia's growing appetite for meat and seafood will cause huge increases in greenhouse gas emissions and antibiotics used in foods, researchers say.
Japan braces for the arrival of strong typhoon Jebi, as the storm churns north towards the islands, the latest in a series of harsh weather events to strike Japan this summer.
In its decline, Lavasa serves as a cautionary tale for India's $7.5 billion plan to turn 100 urban centers into Smart Cities by 2020.
Community and conservation groups in Myanmar have branded a planned highway linking a port project to Thailand an "ecological and social disaster.”
The Philippines president made reference to a controversial past dictator, Marcos, whose rule saw thousands arrested, killed, tortured or disappeared.
A security ministry statement said Le Quoc Binh was a member of Viet Tan, a US-based exiles group that Communist Vietnam regards as a "terrorist" body.
Three images in the book, published in July by the army's dept of public relations and psychological warfare, have been misrepresented as archival pictures from Rakhine State.
Following the relaxing of a ban on political activities, General Chalermchai Sitthisart warns that social media may be used to spread fake news in the run up to the election.
Energy generated by solar panels on buildings in the project can be bought and sold between them depending on supply demands.
Blessed with natural beauty, Kerala has been dubbed "God's own country" by its people, but the state govt reckons it will need $3.57 billion to rebuild after flooding.