Asean and India should jointly set up a space-technology-aided disaster management centre to monitor natural calamities in the region, said Malaysia's special envoy on infrastructure to India Datuk
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There is an increasing trend in disasters both in frequency as well as in the damage caused in terms of human casualties, economic and ecological damage.
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), launched in to service a Regional Cooperative Mechanism on Drought Monitoring and Early War
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