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Oct 06, 2018
Supporters of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi demand his 'release'; Saudi prince says Turkey can search consulate in IstanbulJamal Khashoggi, a contributor to the Washington Post, has not been seen since he went to the Saudi mission on Tuesday to receive an official document for his marriage. Ankara and Riyadh have given contradictory versions of the circumstances of Khashoggi's disappearance, with Turkish officials saying they believed he was still inside the consulate.
Mar 31, 2018
Dalai Lama's 'Thank You India' event: Govt must rise above geopolitics, honour Tibetan contribution to the worldIndian people, along with the rest of the world, need to thank the people of Tibet for being inspiring exemplars and honour their contributions to the world
Aug 11, 2017
Nepal criminalises exiling of menstruating women, strengthens laws against acid attacks and dowryNepal's parliament has passed a bill toward making women safer by strengthening laws against acid attacks, dowry and exiling women who are menstruating.
Apr 21, 2017
Watch: Iraqi violinist holds concert in MosulArray
Dec 04, 2016
Taslima Nasrin on being a writer in exile: Bans and censorship hurt; but banishment hurt the mostIn an interview with Firstpost, Taslima Nasrin speaks about being a writer in exile, taking on both religion and patriarchy in her works and why her novels are never disconnected from social realities.
Apr 27, 2016
Lobsang Sangay re-elected PM of Tibetan 'govt-in-exile'Lobsang Sangay was on Wednesday elected as head of the Tibetan 'government-in-exile' for a second consecutive term.
Jan 08, 2014
Not visiting Pak to broker deal for Musharraf: Saudi foreign ministerSaudi Foreign Minister Saud Al Faisal categorically denied that he was visiting Pakistan to broker a deal for former president Pervez Musharraf
Mar 29, 2012
Losing face: India's Tibetan problemIndia has long had it both ways on Tibet. They could claim brownie points for giving the Dalai Lama a safe haven and play the Tibet card against the Chinese. But Jamphel Yeshi's self-immolation is changing the game.