Landslide near Pune kills 10, scores feared trapped

NEW DELHI: Heavy rain triggered a landslide in rural western India that killed at least ten people and trapped up to 150 more after thick mud came crashing down on thatch huts and brick houses on Wedn

Aquino seeks to quash rumors of military coup

MANILA: Philippine President Benigno Aquino sought Wednesday to quash rumors that a coup is being plotted against him, with his spokesman insisting he had the military’s full support.

Pak troops foil cross-border attack; 6 die

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani security forces in a troubled northwestern tribal region foiled an overnight cross-border attack from Afghanistan, killing six militants, two military officials said Wednesday.

Sri Lanka warned over mounting foreign debt

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s economy was among the fastest growing in Asia, but it was vulnerable to sudden external shocks due to high levels of foreign commercial borrowings, the IMF said Wednesday.

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