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Long, hard road for Nepal’s disabled quake survivors – Thousands of Nepalese face daunting future

BANEPA: Eight hours after Bim Bahadur Gurung started walking along a mountain path, carrying his severely injured daughter on his back and hoping to find a hospital, a second earthquake…

India’s booming taxi-app firms endure bumpy ride – Controversies could slam brake on industry’s growth

Afghanistan gets ‘mini-Pentagon’

KABUL: They call it the "mini-Pentagon"-a white marble building in the heart of Afghanistan's capital built with US funds to serve as the headquarters of a modern military more than…

Nestle challenges noodles ban in Indian court

India soldiers hunt rebels in Myanmar – A rare cross-border strike

NEW DELHI: India’s army attacked separatist rebels just over the border with Myanmar on Tuesday, a rare cross-border strike that the government said showed its resolve to fight terrorism beyond…

Pakistan hangs ‘teen’ killer, rejects another’s appeal

Pakistani drug smuggler beheaded in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia yesterday beheaded a Pakistani convicted of heroin smuggling, despite arguments by rights experts that use of the death penalty in such cases violates international law. Nazir Ahmed…

Afghanistan’s Sikhs feel alienated, pressured to leave

Pakistani death penalty deferred for the 4th time – Family relief at hanging stay for ‘teen’ killer

Indian court bans Mumbai’s horse-drawn carriages

Modi sparks outrage – ‘Despite being a woman’ remark draws flak

Thousands celebrate historic India-Bangladesh border pact – ‘We have finally tasted freedom after 68 years’

DHAKA: Thousands living near the Bangladesh- India border celebrated yesterday an historic agreement that will allow them to choose their nationality after decades of stateless limbo. Poor villagers living in…