Religion

Officials: 31 Iraqi pilgrims die in stampede during holiday

Sep 10, 2019

Officials: At least 31 pilgrims died in the Iraqi Shiite holy city of Karbala when part of a walkway collapsed as tens of thousands of people were celebrating Ashoura, one of the most sacred religious holy days for the Shiite sect

Elephant injures 18 in Sri Lanka Buddhist pageant

Sep 9, 2019

An elephant taking part in a Buddhist pageant in Sri Lanka has run berserk, injuring at least 18 people

India says landline phone service fully restored in Kashmir

Sep 5, 2019

Officials say they have restored all landline phone service in Indian-administered Kashmir after suspending most communications, including mobile internet, on Aug. 5

Pakistan, India officials meet to talk Sikh border crossing

Sep 4, 2019

Pakistani, Indian officials meet on draft accord on border crossing for Sikh pilgrims from India visiting shrine

Citizenship list in Indian state leaves out almost 2 million

Aug 31, 2019

India has published the final citizenship list in the Indian state of Assam, excluding nearly 2 million people amid fears they could be rendered stateless.

Citizenship list in Indian state sparks fears for millions

Aug 30, 2019

India on Saturday plans to publish a controversial citizenship list that advocates say will help rectify decades of unchecked illegal immigration into the northeastern state of Assam from Bangladesh

AP PHOTOS: Painter-caste Nepal couple tries saving dying art

Aug 28, 2019

AP PHOTOS: A Chitrakar couple in Nepal is struggling to keep alive the dying traditional art of painting Hindu gods

The Latest: India's Modi bars opposition from Kashmir visit

Aug 24, 2019

India's government has barred several opposition leaders from visiting the Kashmir region to assess the situation created by a massive security crackdown in the Indian-administered part of the disputed territory that started early this month

US envoy to resume talks with Taliban on ending Afghan war

Aug 20, 2019

US envoy to resume talks with Taliban on ending Afghan war, days after horrific wedding attack

Indian authorities begin easing clampdown in Kashmir

Aug 17, 2019

Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir have begun restoring landline phone services after a nearly two-week unprecedented security crackdown and news blackout following a decision to downgrade the majority-Muslim region's autonomy

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