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Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged India on Tuesday to reject religious violence, after a series of attacks against minorities'

Nawaz Sharif seeks review of court ruling

Ousted Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday sought a review of a Supreme Court decision that disqualified him from

Delhi fastest growing Asian city in 5yrs: Study

Delhi will have the fastest growth of any city in Asia, with the economy to be almost 50 percent larger

6 buildings in Jeddah's old town go up in flames

Six buildings in Al Balad, Jeddah's old town went up in flames on Tuesday night, according to Saudi media.Three of

Malaysian princess weds Dutch ex-model

Tunku Tun Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah, 31, wed 28-year-old Dennis Muhammad Abdullah - a Dutch

Philippine drug war's 'bloodiest night'

Philippine police have killed 32 people in drug raids, thought to be the highest

Kim orders army to be ready to strike

Kim Jong-un has ordered his army to "be ready to strike at all times" after he received a report

Civilians in Syria flee IS conscription

The Islamic State group order that prompted Mahmud al-Ali to flee his town was simple: "All young men aged

Nepal floods kill 32

As many as 32 persons were killed and 25 persons went missing in the monsoon rain triggered floods in

Suicide car bombing kills 1 in Afghanistan

A Taliban suicide bomber detonated his explosives-packed vehicle near an Afghan military checkpoint in the country's northeastern Kunduz province

Nawaz Sharif files 3 review appeals

Ousted Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday filed three separate appeals in the Supreme Court to review

Abe swerves war shrine to avoid upsetting China, Korea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a ritual offering to a controversial shrine to war dead today, the anniversary

Saudi Arabia and Iraq to re-open border crossing after 27 years

Saudi Arabia and Iraq plan to open the Arar border crossing for trade for the first time since 1990, when

Modi urges India to reject violence in name of religion

Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged India on Tuesday to reject religious violence, after a series of attacks against minorities sparked

India: Madrasas refuse to sing anthem,video record I-Day celebrations

Many madrasas across Uttar Pradesh defied on Tuesday a controversial state government diktat that asked staff and students at the

India opens 1st Partition museum 70 years after bloody event

 In the 70 years

N Korea leader opts to wait on Guam plan

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has reviewed plans to fire

India, China cannot defeat each other: Dalai Lama

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said India and China cannot defeat each other and both the countries will

'China is taking over EU'

The European Union (EU) is fearful China is threatening the bloc's interests by quietly taking over businesses it is

Don't need lessons on patriotism: Mamata

Hours ahead of India's 70th Independence Day, the Mamata Banerjee government in West Bengal issued "urgent" instructions to all

Iraqi Shiite cleric visits UAE

Influential Iraqi Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has visited the United Arab Emirates, its official news agency said Monday, his

Chinese army officers takes aim at 'King of Glory'

Chinese army officers have a new enemy in their sights a mobile phone battle game believed so addictive to

Elephants help rescue hundreds from flooded Nepali park

Elephants helped rescue hundreds of tourists from a flooded jungle safari park in Nepal, officials said on Monday, as

Malaysian princess marries Dutchman

The daughter of one of Malaysia's most powerful sultans married her Dutch fiancé Monday in a ceremony steeped in

Elephants rescue hundreds from Nepal floods

Elephants helped rescue hundreds of tourists from a flooded jungle safari park

Woman allegedly raped, thrown off fourth floor in Delhi

A 20-year-old woman was allegedly raped and then thrown off the fourth floor of a house in Delhi in a

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