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Aust journalist escapes Thai punishment
An Australian and a Thai journalist have escaped conviction for defaming the Thai Navy following a defamation case.


India's economy grows 7.0 per cent in Q1
India's growth in the three months through June slowed to 7.0 per cent year-on-year from 7.5 per cent in the previous quarter


Kuta police deny Aussie bucks night bribes
Kuta's police chief has denied claims a group of Aussie tourists were forced to pay $25,000 for their release from custody, amid an internal affairs probe.


Indian court suspends ban on Jains fasting
India's Jain community, an ascetic religion which adheres to the principles of non-violence, has won a legal battle to allow them to fast to death.


Afghan Taliban admit Omar death cover-up
A Taliban statement has admitted for the first time that longtime leader Mullah Omar died on April 23, 2013.


Asia stocks suffer fresh losses
Analysts are warning of further gyrations on Asian stock markets following a rollercoaster ride last week.


53 babies die at Indian hospital
An investigation is under way after at least 53 babies died at the Child Centre in India's Cuttack city over the past 11 days.


Police seek new suspects in Bangkok blast
Fertiliser, gun powder, digital clocks and remote-controlled cars have been found in a Bangkok apartment which police say were for bomb-making purposes.


Malaysia PM reclaims command after protest
Malaysia's National Day celebrations have been attended by thousands, after weekend protests called for Prime Minister Najib Razak's ouster.


Verdict looms for Aust journo in Thai case
Australian journalist Alan Morison and his Thai colleague are set to find out their fate in a defamation case brought by Thailand's navy.


Malaysia protesters demand PM resign
Thousands of Malaysians have taken to Kuala Lumpur's streets for a second day to call on Prime Minister Najib Razak to quit over corruption claims.


Bangkok bomb suspect uncooperative
The man arrested in connection with last week's deadly Bangkok bomb blast was part of a people-smuggling gang, Thai police say.


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