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Tentera, orang awam antara yang terbunuh dalam pertempuran di Kashmir

Insiden terbaru merupakan kejadian terburuk selepas India memnarik balik status istimewa wilayah itu Ogos lepas.

Indian soldiers, Pakistani civilians among dead in Kashmir clash

The clash sparked from Pakistan's ceasefire violation.

MPOA sees business as usual amid India palm oil curbs threat

It says if the threat materialises, India will have to source its palm oil from Indonesia and would have to accept whatever price it sets.

Pakistan diingatkan tangani dana biaya keganasan sebelum Feb 2020

Pasukan Petugas Tindakan Kewangan berkata Pakistan gagal untuk melaksanakan pelan tindakan menjelang tarikh akhir sebelum ini iaitu Jan lalu, dan kemudian Mei dan sekarang Okt.

Hoki SOJC: Malaysia tewaskan Jepun, temu lagi hari ini

Anak buah Nur Saiful Zaini Nasiruddin itu akan sekali lagi membuat perhitungan bertemu skuad muda Jepun itu hari ini, untuk penentuan tempat ketiga.

Mexico expels 311 Indians looking to sneak into US

Migrants transported to New Delhi in 'unprecedented' mass deportation.

Bangladesh and India border guards clash, 1 killed

Altercation erupted over detention of Indian fisherman.

India, Indonesia foster closer ties despite worsening trade relations

The two commodity heavyweights have set a target to double trade to US$50 bil in 2025.

Matrade harap India tidak had import produk Malaysia

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Matrade, Wan Latiff Wan Musa berkara ini adalah sesuatu yang negara tidak mahu ia berlaku, bukan hanya antara Malaysia dan India, tetapi antara Malaysia dan mana-mana negara lain.

BN MPs concerned over potential palm oil boycott by India

They say India, with its huge population, provides a big market for palm oil consumption.

No Pixel 4 smartphone for Google fans in India

Internet giant’s decision reportedly based on refusal to disable barred radar frequency feature.

Almost half of world patent filings from China, says UN

Nation accounted for 1 in 10 intellectual property requests last year.

India expects Davis Cup tie to be moved from Islamabad

Tennis association is applying for visas but says federation should change venue.

Saya tidak lahir pengganas, Zakir Naik jawab dakwaan NIA

Zakir Naik mendakwa NIA membuat 'kenyataan semberono' mengenainya tanpa sebarang bukti atau keterangan walaupun menghabiskan masa bertahun-tahun menyiasatinya.

Palm oil industry worried over Indian move to reduce imports

Industry players say even a small reduction will affect Malaysia's palm oil inventory level and economy.

Banned from US, Huawei woos India, world’s No 2 wireless market

Top maker of components for 5G networks says it’s continuing to invest in the sub-continent

Gunshots fired by militants, soldiers in Kashmir

First signs of unrest since India restored mobile phone connectivity after a prolonged shutdown.

India blocks text messages after militants kill trucker

Security sources say decision was taken to cut suspects’ communications.

Speculation, rumours bad for trade, warn Indian palm oil importers

They say unsubstantiated claims published in the media harm business interests of both importers and exporters by creating uncertainty in decision-making and the supply chain.

Sweet deal for India as Malaysia mulls importing raw sugar

Inter-ministerial meeting yesterday discusses ways to enhance bilateral trade with India and reduce the trade imbalance, which is currently in favour of Malaysia.

Bayi 5 hari ditemui ditanam hidup-hidup di India

Tindakan terbaru ini menunjukkan masih ada ibu bapa di India yang memberi keutamaan kepada anak-anak lelaki ketika negara itu berhadapan dengan senario bilangan gadis menurun dengan ketara.

Pengilang India henti beli minyak sawit Malaysia, bimbang duti naik

India sedang mempertimbangkan untuk mengehadkan import beberapa produk dari Malaysia sebagai reaksi kepada kritikan perdana menteri.

Indian buyers slash Malaysian palm oil orders, say traders

Confusion about new duties or trade measures by Indian government causes shift to Indonesian shipments.

India tightens security ahead of divisive temple ruling

Tensions boiled over in 1992 when Hindu zealots destroyed the mosque.

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