To India’s Displeasure, China Woos Bhutan
Innocent Till Proven Guilty
U.S Senators Vow ‘Decisive Against’ Against Saudi Arabia
World Heritage Sites Under Threat
Child Killer Hanged to Death
Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus killed, reporter Kathy Gannon in stable condition.
TTP spokesman warns that Shura will determine future course of action if their demands are not met.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says security will be beefed up to prevent unauthorized crossings.
Many supporters of Rahul Gandhi in family’s fiefdom of Amethi say they are voting out of loyalty, not faith in his leadership skills.
A look at the possible scenarios that could play out as a result of Afghanistan’s presidential election.
A bomb planted on the former president’s route home detonated around 20 minutes before his convoy was due to pass.
Court ordered apology after German national was taken into custody on March 16 for visiting Sakhi Sarwar without specifically obtaining permission.
Higher tuition, tougher immigration laws cited as reasons for driving away genuine students.
The influential Jayalalithaa Jayaram, Mamata Banerjee and Mayawati could help or hinder Narendra Modi’s chances for the premiership.
Analysts say changes at the U.S. embassy in India offer both Washington and Delhi a chance to ‘reboot’ their ties.
Stallholders angry at U.S. practice of burning old equipment hope the elections will revive business.
Tahir Ahmed taken into custody over claims that he ‘roughed up’ a child and threw a copy of the Quran on the ground.
Sawan Masih has claimed before the court that blasphemy charges were fabricated to drive Christians off their land in Joseph Colony.
Classified 6,300-page document reveals that torture yielded little actionable intelligence beyond what had been obtained through interrogation.
As Narendra Modi’s popularity rises, Muslims in India worry that his election could validate religious discrimination.
Former president has pleaded ‘not guilty’ to five charges and requested permission to visit his mother abroad.
Candidates’ symbols reflect their hopes and aspirations as race for elections heats up.
Extremists announce plans to target foreigners and non-combatants in lead-up to next week’s polls.
No reports of casualties as extremists target election headquarters in Kabul a week before polls.
City police chief says improvised explosive device was targeting the Frontier Corps.