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Attack on Soldiers in India-administered Kashmir
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The New York pop duo sure sounds like the next Florence and the Machine.
Why the buzz about this vegetable masquerading as a fruit?
Gay romance, Islamic extremism, and a soundtrack of classic love songs make for Pakistan’s taboo-breaking answer to Glee.
The new art of the heist.
Why Robert Oppenheimer haunts us still.
Imran Qureshi on top.
In Pakistan, where has all the election kitsch gone?
Take 46 top chefs. Add Britain’s freshest ingredients. Stir.
The Indian censor board wants to keep up with the times.
Indian cinema commemorates its 100th birthday with the release of two films celebrating its humble origins and glamorous modern-day Bollywood.
In Libya, behold a cultural revolution.
Welcome to Bangkok, heaven on a plate.
Inside the soul of a drunk and bitter country.
Beyond Istanbul’s bustle, the rest of Turkey beguiles upscale travelers.
A bridge to the wide world.
Some anti-porn activists have called for Sunny Leone to be jailed.
A new film festival in India will showcase for the first time scenes from Bollywood movies deemed too racy for viewers, including the first attempt at an onscreen kiss.
In a dusty city of gray concrete blast walls where there’s not always much to smile about, the organizers of a children’s circus try to provide a splash of color and joy.