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South Africa’s coronavirus cases cross 5,00,000

The country has become the epicentre of the deadly pandemic on the continent, accounting for more than half of Africa’s diagnosed infections. “Today South Africa has exceeded the half-a-million mark with a cumulative total of 503,290 confirmed COVID-19 cases recorded,” Heath Minister Zweli Mkhize said in his daily update. More ... Read More »

4th edition of Intex South Asia inaugurated in Colombo

In his address, high commissioner noted that Intex South Asia has become an annual event in Sri Lanka in the calendar of textile industry and can go a long way in promoting the existing synergy between India and Sri Lanka. High Commissioner added that there exists significant complementarity wherein Sri ... Read More »

Tata Steel to sell two units in South East Asia: Report

Tata Steel is reportedly selling two of its units in South East Asia – NatSteel Holdings and Tata Steel Thailand which would be valued at $500 million. The company has received interest for the two units from many players, including private companies. These units will be sold together. Tata Steel, ... Read More »

South Korean First Lady to attend ‘Deepotsav’ in Ayodhya today

She will also attend the Ground Breaking Ceremony of Queen Huh Memorial Park in Ayodhya. According to Korean legend, a princess of Ayodhya went to Korea in 48 AD and married King Kim-Suro. The main streets of Ayodhya wear a scintillating look with illuminated lamps and special decorations.  Many buildings ... Read More »

Zensar Technologies launches 3 in 1 insurance module in South Africa

Zensar Technologies has launched 3 in 1 insurance module in South Africa. It is a custom data module designed for the Insurance industry, developed leveraging Salesforce Community Cloud. The module enables a single, centralized 3 in 1 view across consumer, agent and employee data. The portal provides the unique ability ... Read More »

UN warns of hunger rise in South America

The grim statistics were evident in Caracas on Wednesday (September 12) as people could be seen waiting in long lines outside grocery stores to buy the limited supplies available on shelves. Olga Delgado, a Caracas resident who uses a wheelchair and must travel with a supply of oxygen waited outside ... Read More »

19 killed in South Sudan plane crash

There were 22 people on board the flight that departed Juba International Airport in the morning, said State information Minister Taban Abel. “The number (of dead) has reached 19,” he said, adding that a Ugandan and Ethiopian national were among the victims. Abel had earlier said two people were missing. ... Read More »

Terrorists abduct kin of 7 policemen in south Kashmir

Security sources said that terrorists abducted brothers and sons of police personnel  in Pulwama, Anantnag and Kulgam districts. They said that two among abductees are close relatives of DSP and SHO rank police officials. This includes Gowhar Malik, the brother of DSP Aijaz in Kulgam district. Arif Ahmad Sankar is the brother ... Read More »

South Korea suspends civilian drills to help talks with North

Seoul’s decision today to “temporarily suspend” the nationwide civilian drills had been anticipated since the United States and South Korea halted their annual military exercises following a summit last month between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Streets in South Korean cities froze at the sound ... Read More »