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Pakistan cricket coach Arthur ‘gutted’ over spot-fixing scandal

Pakistan’s head coach Mickey Arthur Tuesday said he felt “gutted” over a fresh alleged spot-fixing scandal that has engulfed his team,

Sri Lanka ex-leader’s brother shifts blame for killings

The brother of Sri Lanka’s former president Mahinda Rajapakse denied Tuesday involvement in war-era death squads, blaming the then army chief

Pakistan PM orders reopening of border with Afghanistan

Pakistan on Monday ordered the border with Afghanistan to be reopened “immediately”, a month after it was closed amid soaring tensions

India beefs up security at Taj Mahal after IS threat

India has boosted security at the Taj Mahal after a pro-Islamic State group reportedly warned of attacks in the country and

Indian farmer wins train in legal fight with railway

An Indian farmer’s battle for proper compensation for land seized to build a railway reached an unexpected conclusion this week when

Pakistan suspend fifth player in spot-fixing case

Pakistan cricket authorities Friday charged and suspended international player Shahzaib Hasan in an ongoing case over spot-fixing during a recent Twenty20

Myanmar must allow Rohingya to leave camps: Annan commission


Myanmar should close bleak camps where tens of thousands of displaced Rohingya Muslims have been trapped for nearly five years,

Six killed as Bangladesh police raid Islamist hideouts


Five suspected militants and a young boy were killed Thursday as Bangladesh police conducted a series of raids on what

Sri Lanka rattle Bangladesh with late strikes in 2nd Test


Sri Lanka took a flurry of late wickets to put the brakes on Bangladesh at the second Test in Colombo

India captain Virat Kohli to undergo scans on injured shoulder


India Skipper Virat Kohli will undergo scans on his injured shoulder after leaving the field in the afternoon session of