Death toll from elections-related violence: 109.
In Quetta, epicenter of sectarian bloodshed in Pakistan, the Shia are braving death threats to make themselves heard in Saturday’s election.
Pakistan has 535 Indian inmates, India 272 Pakistanis.
India hopes to generate 63,000 megawatts of nuclear power by 2030.
In Bangladesh, violence between religious hardliners and police has claimed 144 lives since January.
Taliban attacks have resulted in 69 dead since campaigning started on April 11, according to one tally.
An unrepentant enemy of the Shia community hopes to make it to the National Assembly.
The Indian censor board wants to keep up with the times.
U.N. warns of a worsening humanitarian crisis.
According to one tally: at least 66 people have been killed so far in elections-related attacks.
Reciprocal jail violence strains relations between Pakistan and India.
JI candidate injured in IED blast in Orakzai agency, PTI candidate’s office bombed in Peshawar.