User: basavapatna Topic: ASEAN
Category: East Asian Countries :: Thailand
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UN agency welcomes new proposals by Southeast Asian States on region's refugee and migrant issues 4.7.2015 New Kerala: World News
New York, July 4 : The United Nations refugee agency Friday welcomed proposals by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to set up a task force and trust fund to respond to the irregular movement of refugees and migrants in the region.
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UN agency welcomes new proposals by Southeast Asian States on region's refugee and migrant issues 4.7.2015 Sify News
The United Nations refugee agency Friday welcomed proposals by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to set up a task force and trust fund to respond to the irregular movement of refugees and migrants in the region.
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Suzuki drafts new roadmap 2.7.2015 HBL: Automobiles
Effects top-level changes in leadership and growth to ensure succession plan
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REFILE-Southeast Asia plans fund to help migrants, but offers decried as inadequate 2.7.2015 Sify Finance
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Southeast Asia plans fund to help migrants, but offers decried as inaqequate 2.7.2015 Sify Finance
KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian nations proposed on Thursday setting up a fund to tackle illegal migration, in one of the first coordinated actions after thousands of "boat people"
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So that Pakistan ceases to matter 1.7.2015 HBL: Columns
India’s enhanced engagement with its eastern neighbours, and even Afghanistan, are steps in the right direction
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India, Thailand Discuss Joint Venture in Defence Manufacturing 30.6.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Mekong lesson for Northeast India 28.6.2015 Kangla Online
Mekong lesson for Northeast India
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BIMSTEC Shows the Way to Regional Cooperation 27.6.2015 newindianexpress.com
BIMSTEC initially brought together India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Thailand. Later, it embraced Bhutan, Nepal, and Myanmar also.
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Selvakesari to head Citi's Asia- Pacific consumer banking business 27.6.2015 News
Anand Selvakesari has been promoted to head the consumer banking business of Citi in Asia-Pacific. In this new role, effective from Wednesday, he will manage the retail banking, wealth management, cards and mortgages business in 12 markets.Till now, ...
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Government mulls keeping gold jewellery out of all free trade agreements through re-negotiations 22.6.2015 ET: Foreign Trade
A fresh issue has now come up with regard to jewellery imports from Indonesia under the India-Asean pact bring liable to an import duty of 2% as against 10% under normal trade channels.
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Gold jewellery imports from Asean countries zoom 21.6.2015 Commodities
A dozen-odd importers are using the free trade agreement with member-countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) with a vengeance. In May, import of such gold jewellery at 1% duty (against 10% duty on gold) has zoomed to six ...
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Thailand Celebrates International Yoga Day 21.6.2015 newindianexpress.com
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India to Ink landmark Motor Pact With Myanmar, Thailand:Gadkari 16.6.2015 newindianexpress.com
India is set to enter into another landmark motor pact with Myanmar and Thailand by year-end, on the lines of the one signed with three other SAARC nations to allow seamless flow of traffic among them, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said. .
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Fillip for northeast as India inks motor vehicles deal 16.6.2015 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
This is expected to boost the region’s connectivity with South and South East Asian countries.
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Road pact with Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh 16.6.2015 Asian Age: International
India on Monday achieved a milestone with the signing of a motor vehicles pact with Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh, enabling seamless transit of passenger, cargo and vehicles with the first stage of the $8 billion road connectivity project set to begin in October. Besides, Myanmar and Thailand have agreed to develop a motor vehicle pact on the lines of the draft Saarc motor vehicle agreement, which will pave the way for greater economic cooperation in the Asean region. Road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday signed the Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal Motor Vehicle Agreement (BBIN MVA) for regulation of passenger, personal and cargo vehicular traffic along with transport ministers of the other three nations here. The BBIN MVA will not only reduce transport costs, but also foster development of multi-modal transport and transit facilities, enabling increased connectivity and promotion of greater trade between the four countries. Mr Gadkari, addressing the conference at Thimphu, said, ...
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Road Cleared for Easy Entry to B'desh, Nepal 16.6.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Road pact with Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh 16.6.2015 Asian Age: International
India on Monday achieved a milestone with the signing of a motor vehicles pact with Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh, enabling seamless transit of passenger, cargo and vehicles with the first stage of the $8 billion road connectivity project set to begin in October. Besides, Myanmar and Thailand have agreed to develop a motor vehicle pact on the lines of the draft Saarc motor vehicle agreement, which will pave the way for greater economic cooperation in the Asean region. Road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday signed the Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal Motor Vehicle Agreement (BBIN MVA) for regulation of passenger, personal and cargo vehicular traffic along with transport ministers of the other three nations here. The BBIN MVA will not only reduce transport costs, but also foster development of multi-modal transport and transit facilities, enabling increased connectivity and promotion of greater trade between the four countries. Mr Gadkari, addressing the conference at Thimphu, said, ...
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India inks landmark cross border pact; more Saarc nations to join 15.6.2015 FirstPost: India

India on Monday achieved a milestone with the signing of a motor vehicles pact with Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh enabling seamless transit of passenger, cargo and vehicles with the first stage of the $8 billion road connectivity project set to begin in October.

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India inks landmark motor pact with 3 SAARC nations 15.6.2015 DNA: Opinion
 India on Monday signed a major motor vehicles pact with three SAARC nations -- Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal -- that will enable seamless transit of passenger and cargo vehicles among them. A similar pact is on the anvil among India, Myanmar and Thailand that will pave the way for greater economic cooperation in the Asian region. Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday signed the Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) Motor Vehicle Agreement (MVA) for Regulation of Passenger, Personal and Cargo Vehicular Traffic along with transport ministers of the other three nations at Bhutan's capital Thimpu. Besides, in a major breakthrough, India, Myanmar and Thailand have agreed to develop a similar motor vehicle pact on the lines of the draft SAARC Motor vehicle agreement. The BBIN MVA will not only reduce transport costs, but also foster development of multi-modal transport and transit facilities, enabling increased connectivity and promotion of greater trade between the four ...
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