JOHANNESBURG, South Africa: Several thousand demonstrators marched through central Johannesburg on Thursday to protest against a spate of deadly attacks on immigrants, after further raids by the autho
DHAKA: Safety overhauls of Bangladesh’s garment factories were running behind schedule and none were considered totally safe two years after the Rana Plaza disaster, a global labor group said Thursday
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged all political parties Thursday to work together to help troubled farmers after one of them hanged himself at a protest over planned land reforms.
LONDON: With just two weeks before a knife-edge election, Britain’s major political parties Thursday faced stinging criticism from analysts over the lack of detail in their austerity plans.
KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) led the early vote count in Karachi’s by-elections on Thursday, Geo reported.
MANILA: The two young sons of a Philippine maid on death row for drug trafficking in Indonesia will fly out Thursday for a feared final reunion, the government said as it mounted a last-ditch campaign
The Hyderabad-based Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) party has performed impressively in the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) elections winning 25 out of the 53 seats it contested.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has delayed a bill that will make it easier for industry to buy farmland, following anger over rising rural distress and the suicide of a farmer in
PESHAWAR, Pakistan: Pakistan’s military Thursday claimed to have killed at least 47 Taleban fighters in two days of airstrikes in the restive northwest as part of anti-insurgent offensives that began
COLOMBO: Two brothers of former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa faced questioning by anti-corruption investigators on Thursday as the new government stepped up its crackdown against the old reg
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