Modi praises party workers amid violence, killings

VARANASI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised his nationalist party's courage yesterday amid political clashes and killings after his latest landslide election...

German with 1,800 cows allowed to stay in India

MATHURA, India: It's a long way from Berlin to India, where Friederike Irina Bruening devotes her life to sick and abandoned cows....

India’s economy major worry for Modi, needs stimulus: Trade body

GDP grew 6.6%, slowest pace in five quarters NEW DELHI: India's slowing economic growth is of serious concern and...

Modi, Khan speak for the first time since air strikes

NEW DELHI: The leaders of India and Pakistan spoke by phone yesterday, their offices said, in their first conversation since before tit-for-tat...

Sri Lanka detains nearly 100 suspects for the Easter attacks

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's military has detained nearly 100 suspects during four days of search operations against remnants of an Islamist group blamed...

600 test HIV positive in Pakistan city

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said yesterday over 600 people, most of them children, had tested HIV positive in a city in southern Sindh province....

Modi kept his job, but most Indians worry about theirs

1.2 million vie to enter cutthroat job market NEW DELHI: Asad Ahmed, one of about 1.2 million young Indians...

Indian MPs face charges including for rape, murder

NEW DELHI: More than 40 percent of lawmakers in India's new parliament face criminal charges - some as serious as murder and...

Triumphant Modi promises inclusive India

India's Gandhi concedes defeat in family bastion NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to unite the country...

Indian Congress leader Gandhi faces backlash

Modi's ruling party wins 285 seats against just 53 for Congress NEW DELHI: Honest, intelligent and open to new...

Pakistan should focus on ‘hawala’ transfers to stem corrupt fund flows

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani authorities should tighten supervision of traditional cash transfer methods as part of a wider overhaul of financial sector regulation to...

Bangladeshi diary spotlights Singapore migrant struggles

Award-winning book shines a rare light on the lives of laborers SINGAPORE: Toiling for long hours for meagre...

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