Panelists at the German-Myanmar Industry 4.0 conference said the country can leap into “Industry 4.0” with improved electricity and education.
Modi’s re-election reinforces a global trend of right-wing populists sweeping to victory, often after adopting harsh positions on protectionism, immigration and defense.
Washington has been pressing its allies not to use equipment made by Huawei over concerns it could be used for espionage or cyberattacks.
Police officials have not yet ascertained who is responsible for an attack on a convoy in Eastern India that killed a provincial lawmaker and four of his family.
When Cyclone Fani made landfall in May, it tore off roofs and snapped electricity poles and shade-giving trees; now, residents face rising temperatures without relief.
The temporary reprieve, says U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, will give operators relying on Huawei equipment time to make new arrangements.
The order, made by US president Trump, could at a single blow derail Huawei's ambitions to overtake Samsung as the world's biggest phone maker.
Seeking to counter a rising China, Japanese and Western militaries are forging stronger ties in waters through which a third of the world's maritime trade flows.
Khumalo, who has conquered five mountains worldwide, uses her expeditions to raise funds for children's education and libraries in Africa.
The Major once arrested on suspicion of helping to abduct and torture several journalists has been rehired to investigate the Easter bombings.
With natural disasters causing more than three times the number of new displacements per year than conflict and violence since 2008, residents and researchers look ahead.
Seventy-eight suspected rioters have been arrested, including three described as Sinhala Buddhists extremists investigated for similar crimes last year.
As Myanmar faces environmental emergencies, the Parliament’s approval to join an intergovernmental committee on climate change offers a needed step in the right direction.
Both China and the U.S. have ramped up their trade war with both sides imposing new tariffs targeting imports.
One in four Korean youths, shying away from foreign-occupied blue collar work, remain jobless, while companies like Japan Inc snap up desperate Korean college grads.