Rohingya children stage ‘genocide’ anniversary protest

UKHIA, Bangladesh: Hundreds of children yesterday defied a ban on protests at Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh to mark the fourth anniversary of a...

Panjshir resistance digs in to defend valley

PANJSHIR VALLEY, Pakistan: Atop a craggy mountain that has withstood foreign invaders for decades, anti-Taleban fighters fire a mounted heavy machine gun into a deep...

10 dead, 60 people feared trapped in India landslide

SHIMLA: Rescuers were working to clear tons of rocks and mud yesterday after a landslide buried about 60 people in India's Himalayan north, killing...

Gold rush ends for smugglers as foreign troops leave Afghanistan

PESHAWAR: Once brimming with combat boots, flak jackets and other war paraphernalia, the smugglers' markets in Pakistan are being forced to rethink their business...

India flexes muscles with new aircraft carrier and task force

NEW DELHI: India is flexing its maritime muscles to counter growing Chinese influence, conducting sea trials on its first indigenous aircraft carrier and dispatching...

16 more killed, dozens rescued in India’s monsoon deluge

KOLKATA: At least 16 people have been killed and a quarter of a million people displaced from their homes after heavy monsoon rains lashed...

Eleven killed as India’s monsoon death toll swells

KOLKATA: Eleven people were killed in eastern India after torrential rains swept away homes and triggered landslides, officials said yesterday, taking the country's monsoon...

Chinese wounded in gun attack in Karachi

KARACHI: At least one Chinese national was wounded in a gun attack in the southern Pakistani megacity of Karachi yesterday, police said, in the...

India begins flood clean-up as deadly monsoon rains ease

MUMBAI: Rescuers waded through waist-deep mud in western India yesterday to reach injured residents and start a massive clean-up after heavy monsoon rains triggered...

India monsoon death toll climbs to 127, dozens still missing

MUMBAI: The death toll from flooding and landslides triggered by heavy monsoon rains in India climbed to 127 yesterday, officials said, with rescuers searching...

India monsoon death toll jumps to 115

MUMBAI: The death toll from monsoon-triggered landslides and building collapses jumped to 115 yesterday, Indian authorities said, with more than 135,000 people evacuated and...

India’s lunchbox men battle food delivery startups

MUMBAI: After the pandemic shut offices and put Mumbai's renowned lunchbox deliverymen out of work, the 130-year-old "dabbawala" network has tied up with a...

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