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BMW recalls 12,000 vehicles in S Korea


BMW recalls 12,000 vehicles in S Korea

Seoul, Aug 10 : German carmaker BMW will recall about 12,000 vehicles in South Korea for a faulty baby seat latch, Seoul's transportation ministry said on Wednesday.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 coming with iris scanner


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 coming with iris scanner

Seoul, Aug 3 : Giving a refreshing look to its Galaxy Note series ahead of the Apple event, Samsung has introduced an iris biometric scanner in its flagship Note 7 which, according to company officials, is the first globally.

North Korea fires ballistic missile


North Korea fires ballistic missile

Seoul, Aug. 3 : The U.S. and South Korea on Wednesday said that North Korea conducted a ballistic missile firing from its western region.

The launch is the latest in the series of missile launches conducted by Pyongyang despite being under the strictest UN Security Council resolutions.

Samsung beat Apple in smartphone shipments amid positive results


Samsung beat Apple in smartphone shipments amid positive results

Seoul, July 28 : Riding on the strong sales of its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones, Samsung Electronics on Thursday declared 8.14 trillion won ($7billion) year on-year operating profit - 18 per cent - in the second quarter results.

Hyundai's profit falls 7% in 2016


Hyundai's profit falls 7% in 2016

Seoul, July 26 : South Korea's top automaker Hyundai Motor on Tuesday said its first-half operating profit declined seven per cent at 3.1 trillion won ($2.73 billion) due to soft demand from emerging economies.

Seoul warns Pyongyang's readiness for nuke test


Seoul warns Pyongyang's readiness for nuke test

Seoul, July 18 : Amid worries about increased activity in the main nuclear test site of Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), South Korea on Monday warned the former's readiness for the fifth nuclear test.

Kim Jong-un named head of Pyongyang's new governing body


Kim Jong-un

Seoul, June 30 : North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Thursday was named head of the State Affairs Commission, a new governing body replacing the powerful National Defence Commission (NDC).

NSG membership: Wait continues for India and Pakistan


NSG membership: Wait continues for India and Pakistan

Seoul, June 24 : Both India and Pakistan, it seems will have to wait for some more time to gain membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), as the 26th plenary meeting of the group held in Seoul, South Korea concluded today without any discussion on their applications.



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