Around 1,000 people on the Bangladesh side have opted to move to India, either for financial or religious reasons.
Daayiee Abdullah is helping gay Muslims reconcile their sexuality with their faith.
Popularized as a ‘blank slate’, the crack fighting force still draws thousands of potential recruits every year.
Many militant leaders question legitimacy of Taliban negotiators, raising questions over delegation’s effectiveness.
WHO, WMO create guidelines for challenges from climate change.
Advocacy group hits out at controversial Indian law.
Rights being rolled back under guise of antiterrorism measures, say activists.
U.S.-led coalition has been unable to stem the militant group’s tide.
Conservatives accuse justices of courting public opinion.
A former member of the Afghan Taliban opens up about his life as a militant in Kunar.
Tourists return to scenic Swat Valley as region recovers from years of Taliban rule and devastating floods.
Much like years past, certain parts of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa have started fasting a day ahead of the rest of the country.
Pakistan’s conservatives continue to resist government attempts to rein in rogue religious schools.
Dhaka’s proposal risks leaving beleaguered minority cut off from all access for four months a year.
Extremist group continues to make gains in Iraq and Syria, with observers predicting a long war ahead.
The rustic story of a Burmese woman and the Pakistani soldier she fell in love with.
Opponents have criticized the transport project for being ‘too extravagant.’
Minority women are making history by contesting local polls in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
A timeline of the events that led to lawyers leading mass protests across Punjab province.
Police claim crowd targeted Christian community after they placed blasphemy-accused man under arrest.