Many Bangladeshis migrate out of the country in search of better economic prospects and a higher quality of life, while their families are left behind.
A narrow bilateral approach to foreign policy can stall India’s aspirations in becoming a global leader.
Despite new findings, the deaths can’t be blamed on enteric fever alone.
The Iranian regime may have succeeded at ending the street protests, but it has not been able to put off the fire beneath the ashes.
Police said the person who opened fire was apprehended within 15 minutes of the shooting.
Vinod Dua discusses Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at the Davos summit and wealth inequality in India.
According to PM Narendra Modi, India must show the way by referring frequently to ancient Indian thought and scriptures that call for harmony between humans and nature.
The blacklist was drawn up in December to discourage the most aggressive tax-dodging practices after several disclosures of off-shore schemes.
Those who ‘who side with peace’ have been detained across Turkey over their social media posts since Operation Olive Branch began in Syria’s Afrin region.
Flight MH370 disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014 with 239 people, mostly Chinese, on board.
Given the profoundly anti-science attitude of our government leaders, things are not likely to change in a hurry.
The US president could surely use a primer on the gathering to prepare him for the clashes sure to come.
US President Donald Trump last month recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and said he would move the US Embassy there – dismaying Palestinians who claim the eastern part of the city and angering Arab states across the region.
The calls come as Bangladesh delayed the repatriation of the largely stateless Rohingya to Myanmar that was set to begin on Tuesday, as the process of compiling and verifying the list of people to be sent back was incomplete.
US Senate Democrats accepted the Bill to restore funds to keep the government running for three more weeks in exchange for a promise by Republicans to hold a debate on the status of the young immigrants.
Though it had few specific details, the agreement is part of an evolving and more aggressive Chinese foreign policy in Latin America.
Congress voted on Monday to end a three-day US government shutdown, approving the latest short-term funding bill as Democrats accepted promises from Republicans for a broad debate later on the future of young illegal immigrants.
Dated laws in Tanzania are a drastic attempt to prevent pregnancy in a society where engaging in sex before marriage is seen as shameful, reckless and immoral.
Out of 393 ongoing cases involving human rights abuses committed during the 1976-1983 military dictatorship, 247 are still in the initial stage of investigation of the judicial process.
The plan, unlike many plans for drought, is proactive and focuses on prevention and mitigation instead of reacting to drought once it has occurred.
The country’s national interest would be better served if analysts think of their vocation more broadly than merely paying attention to the nuances of diplomatic ties.
Republican lawmaker Patrick Meehan asked the panel to investigate allegations he engaged in sexual harassment and misused official resources.
Trump denied using the word to describe Haiti and African countries during a meeting on immigration earlier this month, but his account was contradicted by others.
The Pope’s comments expressing his certainty in the innocence of Chilean Bishop Juan Barros, who has been accused of protecting a notorious paedophile, were at the receiving end of criticism in Chile and his native Argentina.
The three-day-old campaign has opened a new front in Syria’s multi-sided civil war, realigning a battlefield where outside powers are supporting local combatants.
Already serving a life sentence for murdering two patients, the nurse admitted to injecting patients with deadly drugs and then trying to revive them in order to play the hero.
Harassment of women and worse are as rampant in France as in many other countries, despite romantic notions of the ideal French woman.
The attack by gunmen dressed in army uniforms has caused shock and raised questions about how they were able to penetrate security at one of Kabul’s most prominent landmarks.
The suspects are being held in a nationwide crackdown on those posting social media messages deemed to be supportive of terror groups.
Concern about the disruption caused by China’s assumption that it can unilaterally claim authority over Asia’s sea lanes dominated talks at the recent Raisina Dialogue.
The firebrand leader sought to dispel speculation he had ordered loyalists in Congress to change the constitution to introduce a federal system that would let him stay in power beyond 2022.
Both the Democrats and the Republicans see this time as extremely important in framing the upcoming elections for the House of Representatives.
Myanmar agreed earlier this month to receive the Rohingya refugees at two reception centres and a temporary camp near its border with Bangladesh over a two-year period starting Tuesday.
It’s In No One’s Interest to See Southeast Asia Become a Ground for Proxy Tensions: Indonesian Envoy
In an interview ahead of the India-ASEAN Commemorative summit, Indonesian envoy Suryodipuro talks about ASEAN unity and the role of outside powers in the region.
Kabila’s refusal to step down at the end of his mandate in December 2016 has triggered a series of street protests in which scores have been killed in Kinshasa.
US government shutdown continues as Senate negotiators failed to reach agreement late on Sunday to restore federal spending authority and deal with demands from Democrats that young “Dreamers” be protected from deportation.
Although no group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack which took place at a roadside morning market, the region has seen hundreds of attacks since 2004.
Violent protests erupted this month in several towns and cities across Tunisia following tax and price hikes imposed on January 1.
The last shutdown, in October 2013, lasted more than two weeks and more than 800,000 federal employees were placed on unpaid leave.
The long-serving PM has been regularly accusing outlets critical of his government of spreading fake news.