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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is determined to push ahead with peace talks between the Syrian government and opposition despite the lack of progress during two rounds of negotiations that ended Saturday. U.N. spokesman Martin Nesirky stressed that "
Online start-ups such as LocalBanya.com , BigBasket.com and AaramShop.com are looking to move from their home turf to multiple cities to tap local markets. The US online giant recently expanded its grocery supplies to California from Seattle in a bid
Sacrifices will have to be made over the coming year but they are the kind you are prepared to make because you know they will be worth it. Focus on your number-one dream and do whatever is required to make it a reality. April 20): You will get more
00 am Airports of Thailand will go ahead with Phases 3 and 4 of Suvarnabhumi Airport's development to boost its annual capacity to 90 million passengers...AOT acting president Somchai Sawasdeepon said yesterday that the agency was moving at full
A planned super-ministry has been given the final tick and will come into being on July 1. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (Mobie) will merge the existing Economic Development and Science and Innovation ministries with the
The move angered officials in Libya's capital of Tripoli, who warn the decision may tear the country apart after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi last year. Tuesday's meeting was held in Bayda, the hometown of the leader of Libya's transitional government.
Piboon Piboontum, the vice president for financial management and director of the solar power plant operator, L Solar 1, said yesterday that each of the four plants could produce 6MW. The company already has acquired land in Prachin Buri and Sa Kaew,
Cape Town TopTV is pushing ahead with its plans for porn and wants to launch its hardcore pornographic package within two weeks. Meanwhile South Africa's broadcasting regulator is preparing a court interdict to stop the pay TV operator, should it
G licences for 2.1GHz Usanee Mongkolporn The Nation December 8, 2011 1:00 am The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission is aiming at auctioning the much-anticipated 2.1-gigahertz spectrum licences next year. The 2.1GHz spectrum is
Welsh Government action urged on enterprise zones The Welsh Government is being urged to finalise its plans for enterprise zones with fears those in England may attract businesses away from Wales. As the UK government revealed a list of English zones,