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  • German premier riflemakers stay recession-proof
    (BERLIN) For Merkel, happiness is a warm gun.
  • Aussie assets set to rally as states pay debt
    (SINGAPORE) A record A$38 billion (S$49 billion) payout on maturing debt from Australian governments this quarter may support rallies in higher-yielding assets including corporate notes.
  • Artwork by an artiste
    (NEW YORK) Detail of a painting by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood at the opening of an exhibition of Woods' artwork, 'Faces, Time and Places', at the Symbolic Collection in New York.
  • UK, Japan to develop defence equipment
    (TOKYO) Britain and Japan yesterday agreed to jointly develop and build defence equipment, the first time since World War II that Japan has concluded a weapons-building deal with a countr...
  • HSBC eyes Korea, Pakistan sales in global retreat
    (LONDON) Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, is in talks to sell up in Pakistan and offload retail banking in Korea, part of its withdrawal from countries where it lacks scale or struggles to ma...

TODAYonlineTODAYonline

  • Why my wife is a stay-home mum
    My wife and I are both the eldest child in our families, so both sets of parents were overjoyed when our baby was born. They were less thrilled when we told them that after my wife was d...
  • Pecha Kucha: A pleasure doing business with you
    SINGAPORE - What can you do with 6 minutes and 40 seconds? Finish a cup of coffee? Have a quick phone call? Or perhaps take a bath? Whatever it is that you do, you probably don't expect ...
  • Future tech, available right now
    Almost 10 years ago, I was invited to a secret lab within HP Singapore to see a slew of future tech the company was building. It was not so secret that I had to be bound and blindfolded,...
  • House party
    SINGAPORE - Two stately colonial bungalows along Scotts Road have recently become home to three new restaurants - and what a pleasure they are to dine in. For one, there is ample parking...
  • Source wins appeal against contempt conviction
    SINGAPORE - A confidential source who sent an affidavit filed by Sembcorp Marine Chief Executive Wong Weng San to TODAY's editor-at-large Conrad Raj in 2010 has successfully appealed aga...

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  • Pakistan mourns school slaughter
    Pakistan has begun three days of national mourning for the 132 children and nine school staff killed in an attack on an army-run school in northwest Peshawar city on Tuesday for which the...
  • Go west, young Han
    If everything happens according to plan (and according to the dreams of China's leaders), the "New Silk Road" will become the project of the new century and the greatest trade story in th...
  • US sees a torturer in the mirror
    The reactions of some elements of the United States' ruling class and media to the CIA report on torture are perhaps as disturbing as its revelations on torture dungeons, rectal feeding a...
  • Torture as American as apple pie
    Be shocked, be disgusted, be appalled, but don't be fooled. The Senate torture report, so many years and obstacles in the making, should only be the starting point for a discussion, not t...
  • Solutions trump ideology in India
    Wide-ranging disquiet over inequality has in recent times converged with the electoral triumph of the economic right in two of the world's largest democracies, the United States and India...

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The Wall Street Journal (Asia)

  • U.S. Moves to Restore Relations With Cuba
    President Barack Obama said the U.S. would end what he called an outdated approach to Cuba, beginning to normalize relations and establishing diplomatic ties after five decades of restric...
  • Pakistan Asks for Afghan Help to Fight Taliban
    Pakistan’s military and intelligence chiefs rushed to Kabul to ask the Afghan government and U.S.-led military coalition for help in crushing the masterminds of a Taliban attack on a scho...
  • Sony Hack Shines Light on North Korea's Cyber Attackers
    Blamed by the U.S. for the Sony hack, North Korea selects some of its brightest talent for its cyberwarfare program as its conventional forces age, defectors and experts say.image
  • China Warms To a More Flexible Yuan
    After years of allowing nearly uninterrupted gains in the yuan, China is growing more willing to let it depreciate modestly while seeking to add flexibility to its trading.image
  • Asian Shares Rise
    Stocks in Japan jumped, leading most of Asia higher, after signals that the U.S. isn’t in a hurry to raise interest rates.

Financial Times (Asia)Financial Times (Asia)

CNN.com - AsiaCNN.com - Asia

  • From thug life to CEO
    After several stints in prison and rehab for heroin addiction, Benny Se Teo was a reformed character, but society didn't want to know.
  • Music gives Indian children a voice
    As Faith Gonsalves walks through the dusty streets of a slum on the outskirts of New Delhi, she passes pigs rummaging through piles of trash, and colorful saris hanging out to dry. In a n...
  • Grief led to greening China's deserts
    Each year Yi Jiefeng does what she can to stop China turning into a desert.
  • Japan as you've never seen it
    Evocative, unusual and perhaps a little disquieting, Asako Narahashi's photos of Japan can inspire a variety of reactions.
  • Secrets from a sushi master
    Nigiri zushi, the most famous representation of sushi, appears to be just a bundle of rice topped with a piece of raw fish.

BBC News - Asia-PacificBBC News - Asia-Pacific

  • Dismay at Sony film cancellation
    Hollywood stars say Sony's cancellation of The Interview, a comedy film about a plot to kill North Korea's leader, is a "victory" for hackers who threatened cinemas.
  • Pakistan bails Mumbai attack suspect
    A man accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, which left 165 people dead. is granted bail by a court in Pakistan.
  • China village 'shuns' boy with HIV
    About 200 villagers in China's Sichuan province have petitioned authorities to "isolate" an HIV-positive eight-year-old, report local media.
  • Sydney gunman 'had illegal firearm'
    Australian police say Sydney cafe attacker Man Haron Monis did not have a gun licence, though they initially told PM Tony Abbott he did.
  • India launches its heaviest rocket
    India successfully launches its largest rocket yet and an unmanned capsule capable of sending astronauts into space.

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