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Indonesia smugglers stuffed exotic birds in pipes: police


Smugglers who allegedly stuffed 125 exotic birds into drain pipes have been arrested in Indonesia, officials said Thursday, as part

Give me a break – I’m not a cricket robot, says Kohli


India skipper Virat Kohli has reiterated that he needs a break from international cricket, saying “I’m not a robot”.


Small cities choke as India remains callous to rising bad air

In the northern Indian city of Moradabad fumes from burning electronic waste blend with seasonal smog to create an even deadlier

Indian art market back in the black

India’s art market has emerged from a blue period with a flourish, as prices rise and the world starts to take

Myanmar’s Suu Kyi meets Tillerson, UN chief on Rohingya crisis


Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi faced rising global pressure Tuesday to solve the crisis for her nation’s displaced Rohingya

Nepal scraps mega hydropower deal with Chinese firm


Nepal has cancelled an agreement with a Chinese company to build the largest hydroelectric plant in the impoverished landlocked country,

Art project transforms historic Indian fishing dock


Indian fishermen unload their morning catch as sari-clad women carrying buckets on their heads walk past street art that has

Parents angry as Delhi schools reopen despite smog

Angry parents accused Delhi authorities on Monday of “playing with children’s health” as schools reopened despite a fresh surge in pollution

Bangladesh police rescue tigers, lions from smugglers

Bangladesh police on Monday rescued four tiger and lion cubs that they said were being smuggled to India and arrested two

India announces changes to its new national tax

India announced Friday a slew of changes to its new national goods and services tax as pressure mounted on New Delhi