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Obama confirms Death of Taleban chief Mansour – Will the faction come to the surface?

Posted by on 23/05/2016
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Pakistan says US drone strike violated its sovereignty – Death of Taleban leader ‘confirmed’

Posted by on 22/05/2016
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Thousands homeless in cyclone-hit Bangladesh

Posted by on 22/05/2016
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India’s superrich tax evaders face crackdown – At least 500 Indian celebrities, tycoons figure in Panama Papers scandal

Posted by on 22/05/2016
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Rajasthan tries coping with record heat wave

Posted by on 21/05/2016
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30 die in road accidents in north India mountains

Posted by on 21/05/2016
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30 die in road accidents in north India mountains

30 die in road accidents in north India mountains

NEW DELHI: Two deadly road accidents in India’s northern Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh killed at least 30 people and injured 24 others, police said yesterday. An overcrowded jeep fell into a gorge 1,000 feet deep early yesterday, killing 13 people in Kinnaur district, police said, about 200 kilometres (124 miles) east of state capital […]

23 dead, 500,000 flee as cyclone hits Bangladesh

Posted by on 21/05/2016
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Foreign aid reaches flooded Sri Lankan capital, 71 dead – Extreme weather wreaking havoc in South Asia

Posted by on 21/05/2016
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Bangladesh attackers kill doctor, wound professor

Posted by on 21/05/2016
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500,000 flee homes as Sri Lanka flood misery worsens

Posted by on 21/05/2016
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Kabul locked down as minority Hazaras protest over power line

Posted by on 17/05/2016
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Kabul locked down as minority Hazaras protest over power line

Kabul locked down as minority Hazaras protest over power line

KABUL: Tens of thousands of minority Shiite Hazaras demonstrated through the streets of Kabul yesterday, demanding that a key power transmission line pass through their electricity-starved province, in the second major anti-government protest in recent months. Authorities locked down central Kabul, blocking key intersections with stacked shipping containers as the protesters marched on the presidential […]

Pakistan protests Bangladesh’s execution of Islamist leader

Posted by on 13/05/2016
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