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Philippines-based Islamic State recruiter was in touch with Indians, reveals NIA probe

National Investigation Agency (NIA), has revealed that many Indians were in alleged contact with an Islamic State recruiter and motivator based in Philippines.

Philippines-based Islamic State recruiter was in touch with Indians, reveals NIA probe

Philippines aims for 25% growth in Indian arrivals in 2016

Among the fastest growing marKETS for the Philippines, there has been a consistently high double digit growth in Indian arrivals in the last few years, and the trend is expected to grow stronger in the near future

China says the Philippines is ignoring a maritime talks proposal

China said on Wednesday the Philippines has ignored a proposal for a regular talks mechanism over maritime issues, as it repeated that its door was always open to bilateral talks with Manila on the South China Sea.

China says the Philippines is ignoring a maritime talks proposal

Armed with drones, aid workers seek faster response to earthquakes, floods

For weeks after Nepal's worst earthquake in 80 years, the skies above the Himalayan nation vibrated with military helicopters ferrying relief, airplanes bringing in aid workers, and drones.

Armed with drones, aid workers seek faster response to earthquakes, floods

Philippines’ cash-strapped cops cheer new crime-buster president

Rodrigo Duterte, who won this week's presidential election in the Philippines pledged to raise policing standards to the level of Davao.

Philippines’ cash-strapped cops cheer new crime-buster president

South China Sea: Wide support for stance on Philippines case, says China

China has widespread support in the international community for its decision to not have anything to do with a legal case lodged by Philippines against Chinese claims in the South China Sea.

South China Sea: Wide support for stance on Philippines case, says China

US defence secretary Ashton Carter visits carrier in disputed South China Sea

Carter flew to the USS John C. Stennis after getting a situation briefing at a Philippine base on the western island of Palawan.

US defence secretary Ashton Carter visits carrier in disputed South China Sea

Public dengue immunisation program launched in Philippines

1 million students from 6,000 public schools to begin dengue vaccinations this year The first public dengue immunisation programme has started in the Philippines. Reportedly, the public immunisation programme will begin vacci

Dengvaxia dengue vaccine approved in the Philippines

The vaccine administered in three doses over a one-year period will help prevent the disease caused by all four dengue types in individuals from 9-45 years Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, announced that vacci

Philippines approves Sanofi Pasteur’s dengue vaccine

Reaffirms company’s vision for priority introduction of the dengue vaccine in endemic countries globally

Typhoon death toll in Philippines rises to nine

The death toll in the Philippines from Typhoon Goni rose to nine after five more people were buried by landslides in mountainous areas, officials said on Saturday.

Philippines buys 150,000 tonnes rice from Vietnam, set to import more

The Philippines agreed to buy 150,000 tonnes of rice from Vietnam in a tender on Friday and could import additional volumes to avert a potential spike in prices of the staple if adverse weather threatens the local crop.

Now Indians can travel visa-free to the Philippines

Indians with AJACSSUK (Australia, Japan, Canada, Singapore, the US and UK visa) visa travelling to Philippines can now enter from any entry port

Now Indians can travel visa-free to the Philippines

Indians with AJACSSUK (Australia, Japan, Canada, Singapore, the US and UK visa) visa travelling to Philippines can now enter from any entry port

Ferry Services shut down as typhoon approaches Philippines

Philippines: The typhoon is set to smash into a small cluster of coastal towns in the mountainous north of Luzon island...

Ferry Services shut down as typhoon approaches Philippines

AVIAREPS opens office in Philippines

AVIAREPS, one of the global leader in tourism, aviation, hospitality and trade promotion representation, has extended its market presence in Asia with the opening of a Philippines office in Manila

Philippines proposes to remove entry visa requirements for India and China

The Department of Tourism (DoT), Philippines has proposed to dispense away the entry visa requirements for Indian and Chinese visitors in an effort to simplify the travelling process from India and China to Philippines

The world’s best island

In fact, anyone looking for places under that category will naturally think of the Caribbean, Greece, the South Pacific...

India’s voice-based BPO exports buck doomsday projections

Revenues up nearly 11% at $7.4 billion in last fiscal despite competition from the Philippines

India’s voice-based BPO exports buck doomsday projections
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