Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Philippines

ZenQ to host virtual testing hackathon on Dec 4, 5

Hyderabad: Hyderabad-based ZenQ, a software testing solutions and quality assurance provider, will organise a two-day virtual testing hackathon on December 4 and 5. The...

Disputed claims in the South China Sea

Chinese leader Xi Jinping said his country will not seek dominance over Southeast Asia or bully its smaller neighbours as friction over the South...

Squid Game: The show’s ‘murdering doll’ keeps an eye at rule breakers in Philippines

Hyderabad: For Squid Game fans, the sight of the murdering doll can bring chills in their spines. And now as a marketing stunt for...

Telangana’s Aarush wins Asian School chess silver

Hyderabad: Telangana’s chess player Aarush Bathula won a silver medal in the Asian Schools Online Chess Championship in the under-7 age category, organised by...

China, SE Asia ‘hotspot’ for new coronaviruses: Study

The study, published in the journal Nature Food, showed that this is because of the global land-use changes including forest fragmentation, agricultural expansion and concentrated livestock production.

Philippines extends lockdown as infections spike

Roman Catholic leaders shifted Holy Week and Easter events online after all public gatherings, including in places of worship, were temporarily banned.

Philippines approves emergency use of Sinovac’s Covid vaccine

China's Sinovac Biotech is the third vaccine maker that was given the green light by the FDA, Xinhua reported.

GMR under probe by Philippines authorities on Anti – dummy Laws

A GMR spokesperson denying the allegation as "unfounded", said the infra major is confident that in due course of time, the case will be found to be without any merit.

Two-year-old Philippines girl undergoes liver transplant in Hyderabad

The child was suffering from a congenital liver disease known as Biliary Atresia, a condition in which the bile ducts do not develop normally at birth and leads to jaundice.

Major floods in Manila as typhoon batters Philippines

Heavy rain effectively shut down Manila, the sprawling capital of 12 million people, and surrounding areas, turning streets into rivers.

Thousands flee as yet another typhoon menaces Philippines

About 50,000 people living in the typhoon's path would be ordered to leave their homes, said regional Civil Defense spokesman Gremil Alexis Naz.

16 dead after Typhoon Goni batters Philippines

Ferocious winds and torrential rain toppled power lines, triggered flooding and sparked landslides that engulfed houses as Goni swept across the southern part of Luzon.

Seven dead as Typhoon Goni batters Philippines 

The strongest typhoon of the year also triggered deadly landslides that buried a number of houses in the southern part of the most populous island of Luzon, officials said.

Super typhoon slams into Philippines, 1 million evacuated

Manila's main airport was ordered shut down for 24 hours from Sunday to Monday and airlines canceled dozens of international and domestic flights.

Influential US Senators welcome India inviting Australia to Malabar exercise

"China has opportunistically looked to expand its military footprint across the Indo-Pacific. From the South China Sea to the Himalayas."

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