Pradeep S. Mehta | Global summits to mass movements: Creating G-20 that reaches all
The biggest opportunity in front of India and Global South today is to make its G-20 presidency inclusive by creating mass awareness
Aakar Patel | If our trade with China can see a rise, why not with our neighbours?
The World Bank says that trade between South Asian nations accounts for only five per cent of the region’s total trade
AA Edit | Indonesia takes a step backwards
A nation that used to pride itself in support of democratic traditions in the last 24 years might be slipping as it takes a theocratic turn
Indonesia quake death toll rises to 268; 151 still missing
In addition to those killed, authorities reported more than 300 people were seriously hurt and at least 600 more suffered minor injuries
At least 44 dead in Indonesia quake: local official
At least 44 people have been killed in the earthquake
Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr | Towards a more affluent India: Future not all rosy
Economic growth is not an automated elevator. There will be periodic glitches and we need policy repairmen to keep it moving
India initiates probe into alleged dumping of aluminium foil from China, 3 others
The applicants alleged that dumping has impacted the industry and has requested for imposition of the anti-dumping duty on the import
Pushing for WhatsApp digital payments, Facebook picks up stake in Indonesia’s Gojek after Jio
We can help bring millions of small businesses and their customers into the largest digital economy in Southeast Asia, WhatsApp's COO said.
Muslims around the world celebrates Eid amid curfews and virus fears
The three-day holiday of Eid is usually a time of travel, family get-togethers and lavish daytime feasts after weeks of dawn-to-dusk fasting
Indonesia: 'Rice ATMs' come to the rescue amid coronavirus lockdown
Coronavirus outbreak has caused millions to lose their jobs in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.