Silencing doubts: Lost Geeta ready for home – Deaf-mute girl to be reunited with...

KARACHI: Accidentally stranded in Pakistan for more than a decade, the young deaf-mute woman shows off a single treasured photograph of the people she...

One killed in IS-claimed attack on Dhaka shrine – 80 hurt as bomb hits...

DHAKA: The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the bombing of the main Shiite shrine in the Bangladeshi capital yesterday that killed one person...

Pakistan’s unfinished war against extremism

ISLAMABAD: A palpable sense of security is returning to Pakistan as a crackdown on militancy bears fruit, but critics warn the government has not...

Major road in polluted capital briefly car-free – Giving citizens a breath of fresh...

NEW DELHI: One of the world's most polluted capitals, New Delhi, closed a major stretch of a road to private cars for a few...

Mob killing over beef pre-planned

NEW DELHI: Government investigators said yesterday the mob killing of a Muslim man over rumors he slaughtered a cow was premeditated, and not a...

Pakistan hangs more prisoners

MULTAN: Pakistan yesterday hanged at least five more men for murder, an official said, bringing the total number of people executed in just 24...

Sri Lankan judge says war crimes claims ‘credible’

COLOMBO: Allegations that Sri Lankan troops committed war crimes are "credible", a judge appointed by the island's former president has concluded in a report...

Delhi court finds Uber driver guilty of rape

NEW DELHI: An Indian Uber taxi driver was convicted yesterday of raping a young female passenger in the capital last year, a case that...

Indian activists threaten to ‘skin’ tourist over tattoo

BANGALORE: Right-wing activists threatened to “skin” an Australian visitor who had a tattoo of a Hindu goddess on his leg, police said yesterday, adding...

BJP officials rebuked for beef lynching reaction

NEW DELHI: The head of India’s ruling Hindu nationalists has reprimanded some of the party’s senior figures for their controversial reaction to the lynching...

Indian activists storm BCCI over Pakistan talks

MUMBAI: Dozens of activists stormed the Mumbai offices of India’s cricket board yesterday to disrupt planned talks on resuming matches against Pakistan, the latest...

MSF says bombing of hospital no mistake

KUNDUZ: The head of an international medical charity whose hospital in northern Afghanistan was destroyed in a US airstrike says the "extensive, quite precise...

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