Six decades have passed since the partition of India and Pakistan separated millions, but the memory of it is still excruciating for many on both sides of the border
A 700 sq km iceberg is on the move in the Southern Ocean, posing a potential threat to shipping
‘There are still some things on the table that are unresolved’
China’s Luo Changping and Angolan Rafael Marques de Morais are an “inspiration” says antigraft group
Latest rant renews calls for his step-down
Diwali, the vibrant Hindu festival of lights, kicked off Sunday as thousands celebrated across the world, illuminating skies with sparklers, flickering candles, fireworks, and oil lamps.
Washington’s criticism that Germany has only worsened Europe’s economic problems makes a lot of sense
Economic and political pressures are mounting on Asian politicians to create the same welfare policies plaguing government finances in the West
Because love is a battlefield
Report finds largest undersupply of wine in nearly 50 years
Who wants to trick or treat when you can dance with your grandma’s bones?
Says she never met couple raising her daughter Maria
Was dragged away by villagers, family say