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Afghanistan: 'Worst avalanche in 30 years' claims 250 lives

At least 250 people have died amid massive avalanches and flooding as fresh waves of snow have hit the north east of Afghanistan. Afghan men remove snow from the roof of a damaged house after......

Post 9/11, Bhatkal wanted to fight NATO forces in Afghanistan

Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal wanted to fight North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan as an 18-year-old when the US launched its campaign against Taliban following the......

US will continue to work with India, Pak, Afghanistan: Hagel

A day after North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces transferred security responsibilities to Afghan authorities, the United States has said will continue to work with India, Pakistan and......

NATO's Afghan pull-out may prove costly for India

As North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's forces prepare their exit strategy in Afghanistan in 2014, Russia on Sunday raised concerns about a "new wave of terrorism" that could emerge in the region......

Russia warns of new wave of terror in South Asia

As North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's forces prepare to exit Afghanistan in 2014, Russia has warned of a "new wave" of terrorism in the region, including against India, and sought cooperation......

Why your city is unable to build metro rail like Delhi's

The year was 1999. The venue was Khyber Pass in north Delhi, named after the pass that connects Pakistan and Afghanistan. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Deputy Chief Engineer Daljeet Singh was......

Tears over onions again, what needs to be done

This year, the warning signals about the impending onion crisis in the lean season were available as early as February, when unseasonal rain and hailstorms damaged the standing crop in several......

Happiness index: India ranks 117, below Pakistan!

The report highlights four supports for well-being and their underlying neural bases. Image: A view of Zurich, Switzerland. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters India has not fared well in a global......

BBC's success mantra in the digital age

'We're still of the camp that editors run news organisations. Having said that, we have a lot of technology and business people high up in the decision making.' One of the six TV studios in the......

Afghanistan trailblazer targets London gold

The luxury apartment in north Kabul where Rohullah Nikpai lives with his family was a gift from the Afghan president, made after the 24-year-old Taekwondo champion brought home his country's first......

India gain 26 points, move to 147 in FIFA rankings

Indian football saw a big jump in the FIFA rankings on Thursday, rising 24 places to go up to 147 spot. India drew with Nepal in their 2018 FIFA World Cup football qualifying Round 1 second leg......

Around the wicket: Pakistan will turn tables on India; Kashmir willow sees biz boom

  Pakistan and India fans cheer during the ICC Champions Trophy match between India and Pakiatan in June 2013. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images With less than 24 hours to go before the......
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A dead child, a world gone mad

If Aylan Kurdi was a Bangladeshi boy on the border with Assam or West Bengal, would you call him an infiltrator, asks Mango Indian. IMAGE: A... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/a-dead-child-a-world-gone-mad/20150904.htm
Finally, one death makes world weep for refugees

ANKARA: As mortifying images of the lifeless body of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi at the Turkish beach resort of Bordum went viral on Thursday, a... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/Finally-one-death-makes-world-weep-for-migrants/articleshow/48795617.cms
Togadia advocates two-child norm for Muslims

NEW DELHI: Kicking up a fresh controversy, VHP leader Pravin Togadia has said a uniform civil code and strict implementation of the two-child norm... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Togadia-advocates-two-child-norm-for-Muslims/articleshow/48796604.cms
Traders import 2,400 tonne of onions from Egypt

According to traders, onion prices would stabilise in the next eight to ten days on the back of imports and arrivals from the South. (Reuters)... ...

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/markets/commodities/traders-import-2400-tonne-of-onions-from-egypt/130213/
Theatre production puts 71 people in truck to highlight plight of refugees

A German theatre staged a controversial protest work yesterday (2 September 2015). For the theatre piece, 71 people were crammed into the back of a... ...

http://www.ibtimes.co.in/germany-theatre-production-puts-71-people-in-truck-to-highlight-plight-of-refugees-645333

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