Monday, September 21, 2015



"At least 24 people have been killed by lightning and intense rain

JSP’s party reconstitution campaign to continue

The Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP), Nepal has said it would continue the three-month

Sticker Visas Now Mandatory for Travel to Indonesia from Nepal

The Embassy of Indonesia in Dhaka, overseeing Nepal affairs, has announced the implementation

Gilgit-Baltistan Demands Basic Rights

Since Pakistan’s unlawful occupation of Gilgit-Baltistan, the residents of the region have encountered

After 17 days trapped in tunnel, India workers say hope kept them alive

After 17 days trapped inside a collapsed Himalayan road tunnel they were building, Indian

Campaigning starts for three-way race to be Indonesia’s next president

Campaigning for Indonesia’s presidential election kicked off officially on Nov 28, with two

Philippine government, rebels agree to peace negotiations

The Philippine government and the country's communist rebels have agreed to restart peace negotiations

Secrecy Surrounds China’s Kathmandu-Kerung Railway Study Amidst Speculation

China is facing accusations of maintaining secrecy regarding the ongoing study of the

India rescuers make painstaking progress towards 41 trapped in tunnel

Indian rescue teams crept forward Tuesday in a painstaking

Digging to rescue 41 workers trapped in a collapsed tunnel in India halted after machine breaks

Attempts to reach 41 construction workers stuck in a collapsed tunnel in northern

India bid to free 41 trapped workers enters third week

India's military brought in specialised equipment Sunday as efforts

India downs 13 drones carrying drugs from Pakistan

"Two villages have been put on “high alert” due to an increased number

Pakistani Crackdown on Iran Border Trade Sparks Protests in Southern Balochistan

In the past few months, protests have repeatedly erupted in the Pakistani port town of Gwadar against restrictions on

Pakistan: Human Rights group demands legislation to protect minorities from religious persecution at workplace

Human Rights Focus Pakistan (HRFP) has demanded justice for Mehwish Iram and Irfan Tariq Masih, who belonged to the

Swarm of Chinese militia ships seen off Sabina Shoal, says US think tank

As many as 14 Chinese militia ships entered Sabina Shoal at the weekend after months of waning presence, a US

Pakistan needs to work on its FATF obligations!

In 2018, Pakistan was put on the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) list of jurisdictions under increased monitoring, more

KP police face security challenges in southern districts: IGP

Inspector General of Police, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Akhtar Hayat, has said the KP Police face security challenges in the southern

Cinnamon exported as firewood to China for seven decades

Cash strapped Sri Lanka has deprived itself of valuable foreign currency by exporting genuine Sri Lankan cinnamon to China

China, Other Hostile Regimes Forming Menacing Authoritarian Alliance Against Democracies, Experts Warn

International security experts have sounded the alarm on the formation of a menacing alliance, termed “CRINKs,” comprising China, Russia,

Punjabi-Irish Octogenarian Aims for Guinness Record with “Double Earth Walk”

In a remarkable feat of endurance and determination, 73-year-old Vinod Bajaj, originally hailing from Punjab, India, but a resident

India's second tranche of humanitarian aid for Palestine arrives in Egypt

 The second tranche of humanitarian aid for the people of Palestine has arrived in Egypt.The aid material has

Arunachal Literature Fest | Tibetan writer trains GenNext

While Tibet support groups across the world have been advocating that China should

Bannu sanitation workers go on strike over nonpayment of salary

The employees of Water and Sanitation Services Company in Pakistan's Bannu region again

Attack on Pakistani forces in Balochistan’s Gwadar

A vehicle belonging to Pakistani forces was reportedly targeted in an explosion by

‘Baloch people seem to have been denied the status of being human’: Mama Qadeer Baloch, VBMP protest

A demonstration camp against enforced disappearances, organized by the Voice for Baloch Missing

Save the Children issues warning on disease outbreaks among children returning from Pakistan

Save the Children, a humanitarian organisation for children, has sounded the alarm, reporting a surge in diseases like acute

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