Monday, March 25, 2019

The making of militants in India’s ‘paradise on earth’

Families of militants say crackdown may fuel more militancy KULGAM: Kashmiri farmer Yusuf Malik learned that his son...

Millions malnourished in Pakistan’s Sindh despite abundance of food

KARACHI: A frantic mother cradling her seven-month-old baby rushes towards the special pediatric ward in a desolate Pakistan town, his eyes are...

Pakistan shows off military might, calls for peace with India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan wants peace with India and they should focus on health and education, the Pakistani president said yesterday during a parade...

India’s watchmen question whether Modi embrace will improve their lot

'Main bhi chowkidar or I am also a watchman' campaign NEW DELHI: For over a decade Arvind Singh has...

Pakistan convicts 2 over blasphemy lynching case

PESHAWAR: A Pakistani anti-terrorism court sentenced two men, including a local government official, to life in prison yesterday for their role in...

11 dead, 50 rescued as building collapses

NEW DELHI: Eleven people were confirmed dead yesterday three days after a building under construction in southern India caved in, officials said....

Bangladesh town barbers face fines for ‘foreign’ cuts

DHAKA: A barber's association in a northern Bangladesh town has warned its members not to give "foreign" haircuts or beard styles on...

Air pollution kills more than one million Indians every year

A tale of two Delhis: Deadly air exposes rich-poor divide NEW DELHI: Walls draped in lush vertical...

Girl raped, killed by bros, uncle in India

NEW DELHI: Two brothers have been arrested in India for allegedly raping their 12-year-old sister who was later beheaded with a sickle,...

Pakistan student kills professor over mixed reception

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani student was arrested yesterday after stabbing his professor to death for organizing a mixed-gender reception at a government college,...

Billionaire remanded in custody after London court appearance

Indian diamond magnate wanted over bank fraud NEW DELHI: An Indian supporter of the Congress Party keeps his...

Indian traders burn Chinese goods in protest

NEW DELHI: Hundreds of Indian traders burned Chinese goods yesterday and urged the government to raise import taxes on them to protest...

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