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Three Pakistani women confess to killing blasphemy suspect

 

Three young Pakistani women have confessed to killing a man accused of blasphemy, police said Thursday, after he was gunned

Misbah, Pakistan’s redeemer from scandal to supremacy

 

Misbah-ul-Haq defied critics and his advancing age to take Pakistan from the depths of a major spot-fixing scandal to the

Indian politicians to face trial over mosque demolition

Three senior members of India’s ruling Hindu nationalist party including a cabinet minister should face trial over the demolition of a

Bus crash kills 44 in northern India: official

New Delhi (AFP) – A bus has swerved off a mountain road and plunged into a deep ravine in

Pakistan military chief signs death warrants for 30 militants

Islamabad (AFP) – Pakistan’s powerful army chief has confirmed the death sentences passed by military courts on 30 militants,

Indian billionaire plans $150 million ‘Mahabharata’ movie

A Gulf-based billionaire is planning to smash the record for the most expensive Indian movie by splashing out $150

Pakistan teacher describes facing mob that lynched student

A teacher has described the moment he was accosted by a Pakistani mob which lynched a liberal student accused of blasphemy

Bangladesh trains teenage girls to fight cyber crime

Bangladesh on Tuesday began training thousands of teenage girls to fight cyber crime, citing an “alarming” rise in social media-related abuses

Students clash with police in Indian Kashmir protests

Hundreds of students clashed with government forces in Indian Kashmir during protests Monday against a police raid on a college, as

Hundreds evacuated after deadly Sri Lanka dump collapse

Sri Lanka has moved over 400 families to temporary shelters after tonnes of rotting garbage collapsed onto a slum on Friday,