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    India's 5G Network In Final Stages Of Development, Says Telecom Minister

    The 5G network is in its final stages of development in India, Union Minister of Communications, Electronics & Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Tuesday.

    Technology
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    Pegasus Snooping: Israel Police Allegedly Widely Using NSO Spyware to Hack Phones

    Police used Pegasus spyware to hack phones of dozens of prominent Israelis, including a son of former premier Benjamin Netanyahu, activists, and senior government officials, an Israeli newspaper reported Monday.

    West Asia
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    Hyundai India Affirms Faith After Pak Unit Calls for ‘Kashmir Freedom'

    Several popular Multi National Brands are facing a blowback in India after they reportedly posted messages of support in Pakistan for pro-independence movement in Kashmir.

    South Asia
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    In a first, UAE to lift tax-free status, brings new rules on corporate earning

    The United Arab Emirates plans to introduce a federal tax on corporate earnings for the first time next year, in its latest step toward dismantling a levy-free regime.

    Business
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    Turkish mini-submarines to be 'game-changer' like UAVs: Expert

    After securing great success in developing, operating and exporting its domestic unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Turkey is preparing for similar success stories with mini-submarines in the near future.

    Technology
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    Iran May Shut Strait of Hormuz

    The US will end all waivers from Iran oil sanctions when they expire May 2, the White House announced Monday, a decision that drew an immediate threat from Iran to close the world's busiest oil transit choke point.

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    Russia, Iran, and ex-Soviet nations clinch Caspian deal

    Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan signed a landmark convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea in the Kazakh city of Aktau on Sunday, after over two decades of negotiations

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    Rouhani visit to cement Iran-India ties

    India is all set to host Iranian President Hassan Rouhani later this week reasserting the growing ties between the two countries that is expected to strengthen New Delhi’s relationship with the West Asian power house. 

    South Asia
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    The Carpets of Turkey

    The Grand Bazaar is the heart of old Istanbul. It is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world, with more than 3,000 shops, store-houses, stalls, workshops — many in old Ottoman hans (hostels).

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    Kazakhstan: Subsidies Skew Media Development

    The government of Kazakhstan maintains a system of state subsidies for mass media, under which authorities pay outlets to cover selected topics in a particular way. These subsidies keep many struggling outlets afloat.

    Central Asia
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    21 killed in market bomb attack in Pakistan

    Eyewitnesses said they saw children soaked in blood after the bomb ripped through the market. The official list of the those killed and injured displayed outside the agency headquarter hospital in Parachinar

    South Asia
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    Made in China: How Chinese businesses evolved from imitation to innovation

    Most of us use products made in China every day and are aware of its growing economic power as a factory to the world. But China intends to become a developed nation by mid-century and integral to this ambition.

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