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Indian state writes off farm loans to end protests

A western Indian state has agreed to write off loans to farmers estimated to be worth nearly $5 billion after 11

Bangladesh arrests 10 Islamist extremists as raids continue

Bangladesh police Monday widened a sweeping crackdown against Jamayetul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) militants, arresting at least 10 suspected extremists and seizing

Indian soldiers kill five rebels in Kashmir: army

Indian soldiers killed five suspected rebels Friday in a shoot-out near the de facto border that divides disputed Kashmir with Pakistan,

India, Pakistan join China and Russia-led security bloc

Asian rivals India and Pakistan on Friday formally joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, a security bloc spearheaded by China and Russia,

India police arrest two for killing baby, raping mother

Indian police said Thursday they have arrested two more men for gang-raping a woman and killing her baby daughter by throwing

India opposition leader Gandhi arrested amid farmers protest

Indian police on Thursday briefly arrested leading opposition figure Rahul Gandhi as he tried to reach farmers striking in Madhya Pradesh,

India’s meat exporters take hit amid cow protection drive

Indian buffalo meat exports plunged more than 10 percent in April, new trade figures show, with traders blaming a campaign to

Pakistan’s Wahab sorry for Champions Trophy display against India

Pakistan paceman Wahab Riaz took to Twitter on Wednesday to apologise for his lacklustre showing against arch-rivals India in the Champions

Indian baby dies after ‘rapists’ throw her from rickshaw

A nine-month-old baby died when she was thrown out of a moving autorickshaw by men accused of gang-raping her mother, police

Taliban release kidnapped Pakistani workers of polish company

PESHAWAR (AFP) – Six Pakistani employees of a Polish oil and gas company who were kidnapped last year by the Taliban