Over 100 injured in Dhaka University clashes

Thousands of students across Bangladesh staged protests and sit-ins on Monday after clashes at the country's top university left at least 100 people injured

Bangladesh Islamic school burns students' mobile phones

A hardline Islamic school in Bangladesh said it had confiscated hundreds of mobile phones and torched them in a bonfire because they were distracting students from their learning

Youngster jailed for killing girlfriend Ria Patel in accident

A young Minnesota man was sentenced to four years in prison for killing his girlfriend, Indian American business student Ria Patel, in a drunk driving incident last year

Ten Indian Americans named Guggenheim Fellows

Ten Indian Americans were among 173 people named 2018 Guggenheim Fellows by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation’s board of trustees

Lanka parliament suspended until May 8

In a surprise move, the Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has suspended parliament until May 8, days after fractures appeared in the island nation’s ruling coalition government

Lanka PM survives no confidence vote

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe last week survived a no confidence vote in parliament after a majority of legislators voted to support his coalition government but the instability caused may damage its reform agenda.

Modi, Oli reboot India, Nepal ties with infra push

Moving to actively counter China’s infrastructure ‘offensive’, India will build a crucial cross-border rail link between Kathmandu in Nepal and Raxaul in India, connecting the Himalayan nation to the Indian rail system, while separate inland...

49 killed as Bangladeshi plane crashes at Kathmandu airport

A Bangladeshi airliner with 71 people on board crashed and burst into flames while landing in Kathmandu on Monday, killing 49 people and injuring more than 20 others on Monday.

CII and Portugal organise the first of its kind Portugal-India Business Roundtable with Indian companies based in the UK

In a first of its kind interaction, a Portugal-India Business roundtable was held on 11thApril 2018 in London with nearly 40 top Indian companies based in the UK with interests across Europe. A large Portuguese government and business delegation...

Vatican denies that pope said “there is no hell”

 Pope Francis has found himself in the middle of sensational claims as it is alleged that he told an Italian journalist that “there is no hell”.

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