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[DELHI] India's growth data is once again raising questions, and that signals trouble ahead for the world's fastest-growing major economy...

[WASHINGTON] The top military officers from the United States, South Korea and Japan said they agreed at a meeting on Wednesday to step up information-sharing and coordination of security efforts in...

[LONDON] Britain's economy could be thrown off track by the planned referendum on European Union membership, according to the country's biggest business lobby...

[SYDNEY] Funding and job cuts at Australia's climate change research body could undermine the country's goal of dominating the Asian premium food market by placing farmers at a disadvantage...

[LONDON] Thousands of junior doctors at English hospitals staged a second strike into Thursday against proposed new conditions and pay rates for working unsociable hours.

[SINGAPORE] Indonesia's rupiah rose 1 per cent on Thursday to hit a near four-month high after Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen highlighted growing risks facing the US economy...

[SYDEY] Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb will quit politics at this year's election, adding to a growing list of Cabinet members that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull must replace...

[TOKYO] The yen is within 4 per cent of the level it traded at before a surprise monetary easing by the Bank of Japan in October 2014 drove the currency lower. Traders are now wondering what policy...

[NEW DELHI] India, concerned at being sidelined from the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), is stepping up efforts to reach agreement with an alternative trade bloc centred around China, and...

[BANGKOK] Billions of dollars in government spending aimed at revitalising Thailand's ailing rural economy have failed to reach farmers hit by weak commodity prices and drought, fuelling...