|Prostitutes gunned down in Pakistan's violence-plagued Balochistan province|
Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN)-- Gunmen shot dead five people, including four prostitutes, in Pakistan's troubled Balochistan province Thursday morning, police said. Elsewhere in the province, a car bomb blast killed 12 people, including six police ...
Service for 9-Year-Old Is the First for Two Dozen Tornado Victims
OKLAHOMA CITY ? Three days after one of the most destructive tornadoes to strike Oklahoma in decades, people here filed into a mortuary chapel Thursday morning amid heavy rain and flashes of lightning for the first of two dozen funerals.
Japan?s Nikkei dives 7.3% in spectacular U-turn
The benchmark?s closing level was nearly 1,460 points from the day?s peak. The Nikkei is still up nearly 40% in 2013 to date ... reading added to fears about growth momentum in the world?s second-largest economy. The reading was below ...
Fed Fears Shake Global Markets but Fade on Wall St.
The Japanese market is still up nearly 40 percent since the start of the year. Akira Amari, Japan?s economy minister, sought to calm nerves after the market closed on Thursday. ?The Japanese economy is staging a sound recovery, and there is ...
Ai Weiwei rocks out against detention
Hong Kong (CNN)-- Ai Weiwei is at it again. This time, the controversial Chinese artist-activist has taken his first venture into music, releasing a heavy metal single and music video inspired by his harrowing detention by the government two ...
Milnaa.com Re-launches as India's Premier Communications, Media and Entertainment Destination
MUMBAI, India, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Milnaa Media Pvt. Ltd. recently re-launched Milnaa.com as a comprehensive communication, social-business media and entertainment hub. The site has a new user ...
Google India Slashes Apps Pricing By 45 Percent
New and existing customers in India will now pay Rs 150 per user per month, or Rs 1,500 per user per year for the Google Apps
With wary eye on the U.S., China courts India
By Frank Jack Daniel and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, smiling and effusive, was out to smooth ruffled feathers in India this week, promising to ease tensions and increase trade between Asia's fastest growing economies in his first trip overseas since taking office. "China will make your dream come true," Li told a banquet hall filled with Chinese and ...
Tablet Usage among India SMBs Will Continue to Skyrocket
In the immediate future, India small and medium businesses1 indicate a rapid anticipated growth trend for tablet acquisition. A deep-dive analysis of the India SMB expenditure on these devices shows that small businesses are the major contributors to this accelerated spending, outpacing their medium business counterparts.