As the island nation confronts a terrible economic and humanitarian food crisis, Sri Lanka’s prime minister has warned of a food shortage, promising to buy enough fertilizer for the upcoming planting season to enhance yields.
How some animals get to sense when earthquakes are imminent remains a mystery.
THE BANK OF cameras that camped outside Delhi’s sprawling Tihar jail was the sort of media frenzy you would expect to await a prime minister caught in an embezzlement scandal, or perhaps a Bollywood star caught in the wrong bed.
The AMAN-21 naval exercise, the biennial event hosted by Pakistani Navy since 2007, in Karachi and the Arabian Sea from February 11-16 draws special attention.
Sikh community is one the largest ethnic group in India. They are living in a peaceful way in their native Indian states such as Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh.
#SwissLeaks what the media has termed it is a trove of secret documents from HSBC’s Swiss private banking arm that reveals names of account holders and their balances for the year 2006-07. They come from over 200 countries, the total balance over $100 billion. But nowhere has the HSBC Swiss list touched off a more raging political debate than in India.
The princely state of Kashmir was offered a choice to amalgamate to the Indian Union or remain independent. The same offer was forwarded to the other 500 plus princely states across the Indian subcontinent.
The word Hindutva is widely discussed across the world since Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power in India in 2014.
Massive damming policies of such Asian giants as China and India testifies to the fact that, sometimes, these individual interests must be sacrificed for the sake of mutual benefit and positive regional development.
More often than not, rules of conduct in the international field are formed by historical, cultural, religious and philosophical principles of the people (the elite), rooted in a certain geographical area.