Zakir Naik recently tried to cross over to Maldives but was not allowed: Nasheed
Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik recently tried to cross over to Maldives from Malaysia but the island nation did not allow it, Maldives' Parliament Speaker Mohamed Nasheed said on Friday.
Health experts warn of emerging threat of Nipah virus
The virus, identified in 1999 in Malaysia and Singapore, has sparked outbreaks with mor...
BookMyShow separates SE Asia Arm
Parent BigTree Entertainment is in the process of closing new $100 million round with Goldman Sachs.
IHH keen to go ahead with open offer for Fortis once SC lifts stay
IHH’s proposed takeover of Fortis was challenged by Japanese drug maker Daiichi in a bid to recover arbitration award of Rs 3,600 crore ($500 million) from Fortis founders Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh in a fraud claim.
Palm oil prices likely to rise in next 3 months
Indonesia and Malaysia may increase bio-diesel content in automotive fuels.
Assam industry minister interacts with members of the Malaysia India Business Council
Patwary hoped that with the visit of the Malaysian delegation, potentialities for a closer relationship shall blossom fully in the future. He highlighted the strengths and opportunities of the State and called upon the Malaysian delegation to invest in sectors like tea, hydrocarbons, transportation, food processing, bamboo, agar and infrastructure and skill development.
Exploring legal options to address contempt notice by SC: Fortis Healthcare
SC on Friday held former Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh guilty of contempt of court for violating its earlier order, asking them not to divest their shares in Fortis Healthcare. The Court has vide the notice sought an enquiry into consummation of the acquisition of healthcare assets from RHT Health Trust by the company.
Export authority asked to pay Rs 54 lakh to onion trader for deficient service
The Maharashtra State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission has directed the Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGCI) to pay over Rs 54 lakh to an onion exporter for deficiency in service.
Upset India weighs diplomatic options against Malaysia
New Delhi has sufficient clout to put a diplomatic cost on Kuala Lumpur owing to Malaysian President Mahathir's defiance on Kashmir earlier in UNGA. India can shift its Malaysia purchase to Indonesia as a retaliatory step to Mohamed's non-compliance.
India considers adding more levies on refined palm oil imports
Govt is discussing a proposal to impose a new levy in addition to the existing import duty and raise the goods and services tax on the processed tropical oil.
India weighs trade curbs on Turkey, Malaysia over Kashmir comments
While India’s bilateral trade with the two was only 2.9% of its total in the fiscal year ended March 31, New Delhi enjoys a trade surplus with Turkey and runs a deficit with Malaysia on account of its reliance on imported palm oil.
India turns up heat on Malaysia, Turkey for supporting Pak on FATF, Kashmir
For the present, the Indian government is content to allow popular discontent to show itself as traders stop buying Malaysian palm oil. India has also barred Turkish defence company Anadolu Shipyard from the huge Indian defence market.
India criticises Turkey, Malaysia for Kashmir remarks
India slammed the statements on Kashmir by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad.
Indian edible oil industry has issued advisory to avoid import of palm oil from Malaysia
There were media reports that Government of India may take some action to curtail the import of palm oil from Malaysia following the hostile attitude by Malaysia at the United Nation on Kashmir issue.
AirAsia India plans to take fleet size to 100 in five years
The lowcost carrier, a 51:49 joint venture between Tata Sons and Malaysia’s AirAsia Berhard, will become an impactful player in the market once its fleet grows to 50 aircraft.
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