India prepares to welcome 12 African cheetahs
Five females and seven male cheetahs will be flown from South Africa to India on Saturday.
PM Modi's fight to save only bastion in south India
India's main political parties are campaigning extensively in Karnataka which votes on Wednesday.
Malaysia ends mandatory death penalty for 11 crimes
More than 1,300 prisoners on death row can soon seek to have their sentence reviewed.
Appeal to fly balcony fall woman home raises £73k
Maddi Neale-Shankster, 21, was paralysed from the waist down, after the accident on New Year's Eve.
India tribunal upholds $160m fine on Google
India's competition watchdog had fined the tech giant earlier for "unfair" business practices.
How a tote bag sparked a class debate in Singapore
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Is Indian sport seeing its #MeToo moment?
India's wrestling administration has been roiled by allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct.
Black cab driver tells Just Speak Oil mob to 'get a job' as activists glue themselves to the road blocking busy junction in central London before police make 16 arrests
A black cab driver told Just Speak Oil activists to 'get a job' after the eco mob blocked a busy junction in central London this morning before police made 16 arrests...
White House blames chaotic Afghan pull-out on Trump
A report says President Biden was "severely constrained", but implies evacuations could have begun sooner.
The growing row over picking judges in India
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After Afghan TV fame, a new life in Ohio
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International donors pledge over $9bn to Pakistan
Devastating floods hit the country last year, killing at least 1,700 people and millions more.
Rescue mission under way for researchers in PNG
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Most populous nation: Should India rejoice or panic?
India has surpassed China as the world's most populous country. What does this mean for the world?
Havana Syndrome unlikely to have hostile cause - US
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'People investing with us will be rewarded:' Mark Zuckerberg DEFENDS 'historic' Metaverse plans notwithstanding adjacently $650 BILLION loss in market valuation this year - as Meta's stock plunges 11% and quarterly revenue falls for a second straight time
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Moments before former Indian MP shot live on TV
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Mystery in the skies over North America: Answering your questions
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US firms 'more negative' about doing business in China
Five years since the trade war started, American firms seem less inclined to invest in China.
- Cold wave and fog cause chaos in northern India
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- A severe cold wave has disrupted flights and trains and led to schools closing in many parts of India.
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