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  • Indian and Pakistani military leaders discuss deadly border clashes

    Senior Indian and Pakistani military officials on Tuesday held their first official discussions since violence erupted along their disputed border last week, resulting in 20 deaths. Pakistan’s director of military operations and his Indian...
  • Kaine reports in from India

    U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine has concluded a four-day trip India, during which he travelled with U.S. Sen. Angus King. He's moving on to Afghanistan and Pakistan. Kaine chairs the Senate's Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South and Central...
  • South Asia's Culture Machine Set To Bring Hit Format 'What's Trending' To India

    CANNES- Culture Machine, a leading digital video company, has inked a strategic alliance with L.A.-based network What's Trending to adapt the popular U.S. format in India. Culture Machine, a certified YouTube multi-channel network, will launch a What's...
  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to Give Mumbai Festival High Profile Launch

    Superstar, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will officiate tomorrow at the start of the 16th Mumbai Film Festival (Oct. 14-21). The opening ceremony is expected to count on a high-profile contingent of Bollywood stars Ranbir Kapoor, Akshay Kumar and Anushka...
  • Nobel Peace Prize honors Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi

    They’re denied an education, kidnapped, gang-raped and sold in the market. They’re forced to cart water and they’re married off early to old men. Then one extraordinary girl, Malala Yousafzai, escaped the fate of others and soared to...
  • Pause in India-Pakistan fighting brings respite for civilians

    Pause in India-Pakistan fighting brings respite for civilians
    Fighting between India and Pakistan paused on Friday after days of heavy shelling and gun battles across their disputed Himalayan border, the worst skirmishes between the nuclear-armed rivals in more than a decade. Despite escalating tensions, Pakistan ...
  • Nobel winner: 'I can't explain the joy each time I've freed a child'

    Nobel winner: 'I can't explain the joy each time I've freed a child'
    In the 34 years since Kailash Satyarthi gave up his job as an electrical engineer to campaign for children's rights, the Indian Nobel Peace Prize winner has been beaten, seen his home attacked and his colleagues killed. Yet attempts on his life have not...
  • Pakistani teen Malala, Indian activist win Nobel Peace Prize

    Pakistani teen Malala, Indian activist win Nobel Peace Prize
    Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban in 2012 for advocating girls' right to education, and Indian campaigner against child trafficking and labor Kailash Satyarthi won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday....
  • Tropical cyclone Hudhud strengthening, moving toward India

    Tropical cyclone Hudhud strengthening, moving toward India
    India began stocking shelters with rations, deploying disaster response forces and planning mass evacuations as an increasingly powerful cyclone hurtled towards its southeast coast on Thursday. Cyclone Hudhud is moving in from the Bay of Bengal and is...
  • Busan Film Review: 'Sunrise'

    The anguish and guilt of a policeman whose young daughter has gone missing are powerfully conveyed in "Sunrise," the first dramatic feature by Indian helmer Partho Sen-Gupta since the well-received "Let the Wind Blow" (2004). A gripping psychological...
  • Jayalalitha Jailing Sets Indian Filmworkers on Fast

    Film workers in Tamilnadu state in southern India are fasting in support of the state's top pol, Jayalalitha, a former actress, who has been jailed on corruption charges in neighboring Karnataka state. Above- and below-the-line industryites...