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India's new budget unveiled yesterday was aimed at spurring growth and boosting foreign investments, The Straits Times reports. Thailand's chief constitution drafter has repeated his call for a national referendum on the final draft, says The Nation. The Abu Sayyaf in Sulu is on the run, pursued by elite Army Scout Rangers determined to wipe out the group of al-Qaeda-linked bandits, writes Philippine Daily Inquirer. The Bangladesh police are still clueless about the group behind the murder of the Bangladesh-American blogger, according to The Daily Star. Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia will start testing a system that increases the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans, says a report in The Star.
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