Mute Indian girl ‘identifies family’

KARACHI: A mute and deaf Indian girl who has been stuck in Pakistan for 13 years because she cannot remember where she came from...

Retail giants restrict travel to Bangladesh after attacks – IS claims it killed two...

DHAKA: Business executives from global clothing giants H&M Inditex and Gap have cancelled trips to Dhaka this month after the killings of two foreigners,...

Indian police arrest six over ink attack

MUMBAI: Indian police said yesterday they had arrested six members of a far-right political group over an ink attack on an activist who organised...

Indian far-right protest Pakistani book launch

MUMBAI: An Indian activist yesterday accused far-right protesters of dousing him in black ink over the launch of a former Pakistani foreign minister's book,...

Bangladesh arrests Islamists for slashing pastor’s throat

DHAKA: Bangladesh police said yesterday they had arrested five Islamists for the attempted murder of a Christian pastor whose throat was slashed in the...

Missionaries of Charity ends adoption services in India

KOLKATA: The Missionaries of Charity, the Roman Catholic order founded by Mother Teresa, has decided to close its adoption services in India after the...

Indian children labor to bring sparkle to makeup

GIRIDIH, India: Her face caked in dirt and hair matted with sweat, eight-year-old Lalita Kumari hacks away at pieces of rock containing an elusive...

Taleban suicide bomb targets NATO convoy

KABUL: A Taleban suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy in central Kabul yesterday, triggering a powerful explosion in an attack that comes two...

As Hindu party leads India, beef grows more political – ‘We should decide if...

NEW DELHI: The legislator was full of outrage when he arrived in the north Indian village days after the killing of a Muslim farmer...

Gold glitters for India’s leaders but jewellery guarded tight

NEW DELHI: Caressing delicate bangles she hasn't taken off since her wedding 11 years ago, Geetanjali Agarwal says she won't hand over her gold...

India rate cut tempts shoppers to buy cars, major appliances

MUMBAI: The way car salesman Ashish Bhavsar tells it, in India, men come first on their own to eye up a potential purchase. Then...

‘He named me Malala’: Portrait of girls’ education icon

Malala was the name on everyone's lips this week at the London Film Festival where a documentary about the youngest-ever Nobel Peace laureate had...

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