An Indian businessman gifted 600 cars as a festival bonus to his employees.
Netmeds.com secures $35 million in funding from Daun Penh Investment Holding.
A government panel has recommended that Johnson & Johnson pay compensation.
Police raid an apartment in Daun Penh to find 12 Indian without work permits.
Kenyan police have sought help from Interpol for the arrest of three suspected drug barons who are believed to have sneaked out of the country in June.
An Indian woman chess champion withdraws from competition in Iran.
A woman died and four others sustained injuries in a fire yesterday at Indian restaurant Sher-E-Punjab in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district, officials said.
Anirban Lahiri’s two Players Championship appearances have been largely forgettable.
When Indian actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui walks the red carpet at Cannes he may take a moment to ponder just how far he has come and where he is headed.
Seven Indian engineers and an Afghan national working for a power plant in northern Baghlan province are kidnapped.
The bodies of Indian workers kidnapped in Iraq bY IS have been found in a mass grave.
The term “Indo-Pacific” has become widely resonant as a diplomatic and geopolitical construct, especially at the highest levels of Australian, Indian, Japanese, and US governments.
Preah Sihanouk Provincial Court yesterday charged three Indian fortune-tellers with cheating a 19-year-old Australian tourist out of $160.
The Indian community in Phnom Penh along with the Embassy of India hosted a cleanliness drive called “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Freedom Park.