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Samsung posts big fall in Q2 net profit
Samsung has posted a 19.6 per cent fall in its Q2 net profit year-on-year as a result of increased competition.


Beef exporter confidence returns in India
Confidence is up in India's beef export sector with surging global demand.


China clash leaves nearly 100 dead
About 100 civilians and assailants have been killed and injured in an attack by a gang armed with knives and axes in Xinjiang in China.


More than 150 feared dead in India monsoon
Authorities in India say the death toll from a major landslide is expected to rise above 150 after a remote village was covered as residents slept.


Singapore Airlines Q1 profit down 71.4%
Singapore Airlines says its financial first quarter net profit plunged 71.4 per cent.


Thai Airways bans shark fin cargo
Thai Airways has joined a host of other airlines in taking a stand against shark fin, prized by many in the region, especially in Hong Kong and China.


India convicts 10 over fatal school fire
A headmistress and nine others have been found guilty over a school fire that killed 94 children in India's Tamil Nadu state in 2004.


Five dead, 150 trapped in India landslide
A landslide has submerged Malin village in Pune district of India's Maharashtra state, leaving at least five dead and 150 people feared trapped.


Asian stocks rise, euro hit by Russia fear
The euro struggles at eight-month lows against the US dollar owing to concerns about the impact of sanctions against Russia on the eurozone economy.


India police arrest three over gang rape
Indian police have arrested three men suspected of gang-raping a 16-year-old at gunpoint and filming the attack.


India's Bharti reports 61% profit jump
India's top mobile phone firm, Bharti Airtel, has reported a nearly 61 per cent jump in quarterly profit from a year earlier.


Ranbaxy losses narrow despite sales dip
India's Ranbaxy Laboratories says it narrowed its net loss in the April-June quarter from a gaping deficit a year ago.


India road accidents kill 33
Thirty three people have been killed in separate truck and bus accidents in northern India just hours apart.


Asian stocks up as earnings season starts
Asian investors are await the release of key US data later in the week, but local markets are still on the rise.


Indon girl dies in cash-handout stampede
An Indonesian girl was trampled to death during a stampede of people hoping to get 50,000 rupiahs ($A4.65) at a ceremony marking the end of Ramadan.


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