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Regional powers back aid for Afghanistan as Russia hosts T...

Members of political delegation from the Afghan Taliban's movement attend talks involving Afghan representatives in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday [Alexa...

What is behind the recent surge in violence in Kashmir?

Indian security personnel stand guard on a street in Srinagar [Danish Ismail/Reuters] A surge in violence in Indian-administered Kashmir in recen...

Lankan President sounds India on making Indian Ocean a Zon...

Lankan President sounds India on making Indian Ocean a Zone of Peace. In his meeting with the visiting Indian Foreign Secretary, Harsh Vardha...

Indian police videos of Kashmir leader’s funeral stir fres...

Syed Ali Shah Geelani was the top Kashmiri separatist voice over the past five decades [File: Altaf Qadri/AP] Indian security forces are maintain...

India probes late Kashmir separatist’s family under terror...

Indian paramilitary soldiers guard at a closed market in Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir [Mukhtar Khan/AP] Police in Indian-administered Ka...

Lankan military officers to visit India for familiarizatio...

Deputy High Commissioner Vinod K. Jacob with the Lankan delegation A Sri Lankan Armed Forces delegation of 39 officers from the Defense Services...

More than 20 Myanmar troops killed near China border, rebe...

FILE PHOTO: Protesters hold homemade pipe air guns during a protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar April 3, 2021. Photograph:( Reuters...

BJP leader promoting Islamophobic sentiments in India?

On Sunday, a march was organized against the “colonial-era laws” led by Supreme Court lawyer and former Delhi BJP spokesperson Ashwini Upa...

ASEAN urged to address Myanmar crises, as special envoy na...

Volunteers in protective suits carry a COVID patient lying on a bed as they try to relocate oxygen-dependent patients from the COVID centre during f...

Sri Lanka plugs into BJP line to bridge “trust deficit” wi...

Sri Lanka appears to be anxious to plug into Bharatiya Janata Party’s “Hindutva” line to close the “trust deficit” in it...

The Pegasus revelations cast doubt on the health of Indian...

In ancient hindu lore a winged horse emerges from the milky churn of primeval oceans to become the trusted mount of Indra, king of the heavens. A...

Where things stand for Afghanistan as Ghani visits US

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani begins a visit to the United States at a time when the Taliban is making huge advances across the country. There are fe...

Myanmar junta leader Min Aung Hlaing thanks Russia for boo...

Russia’s Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev, left, and Myanmar's military chief Min Aung Hlaing in Moscow, Russia on Monday. Photo:...

Nepal Supreme Court quashes appointment of 20 ministers

The Supreme Court on Tuesday invalidated two Cabinet expansions by KP Sharma Oli after the dissolution of the House of Representatives on May 21, reli...

Australia: New information unveiled on the deadliest alleg...

In what is considered the 'deadliest' alleged atrocity involving Australian Special Forces, unarmed civilians were shot in cold blood to cover tracks....

India shifts from mass vaccine exporter to importer, worry...

A woman is inoculated with the COVAX vaccine at a vaccination center in the old quarters of the city, in Delhi, India, on Thursday  India br...

Covid-19 pushes India's middle class towards poverty

Shuttered shops are seen in Mumbai after the state government imposed a lockdown, on April 15, 2021.PHOTO: AFP  Ashish Anand had dreaof beco...

Attack by Myanmar’s Kachin minority signals deepening cris...

Kachin guerrillas attacked a police outpost in northern Myanmar early Wednesday, local media reported, in an indication of the deepening involvement o...

On bloodiest day for Myanmar civilians, India attends mili...

India was among only eight countries which chose to send a representative to attend the Myanmar Armed Forces Day military parade in Naypyitaw on March...

Bangladesh at 50: Booming economy, shrinking rights

Bangladesh turns 50 this week as an economic success story but also an increasingly repressive de facto one-party state where a cartoon or Facebook po...

BHUTANESE PM DR TSHERING ARRIVES DHAKA

Bhutanese Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering has reached Dhaka on a state visit as a special representative of the Bhutanese King to participate in the...