Maldives crisis: With military intervention out, diplomatic heavy lifting only choice for India to secure its interests in Male
In regards to neighbourhood situation and the Maldives crisis, it will be a wise move on India's part to nip trouble in the bud before violence escalates.
Libya clashes: At least 20 dead, 60 injured as violence shuts Tripoli airport; govt says assault was aimed at freeing terrorists
Fierce clashes broke out in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Monday, killing at least 20 people, shutting the airport, and damaging planes
Pro Wrestling League 2018: Haryana Hammers sail past Delhi Sultans for season's second consecutive win
Sumit picked a hard-fought 4-2 win in the last bout of the day over his compatriot Hitender to make it 5-2 in the favour of the Hammers.
Tunisia unrest: More than 200 people arrested, dozens hurt in clashes over austerity measures in North African nation
More than 200 people have been arrested and dozens of police hurt during clashes in Tunisia
Iran's Revolutionary Guards have declared the "end of the sedition" and said that quiet has returned to the country now.
Emirates stops flying to Tunisia after women claim they were banned from boarding airline's flights to Dubai
The announcement came two days after Tunisian government officials said the UAE had banned Tunisian woman from flying to or transiting through its territory
FIFA World Cup 2018: Gareth Southgate's England job is safe irrespective of results in Russia, says FA chief
Southgate took the reins on a permanent basis 12 months ago on a four-year contract and oversaw a successful qualification for the 2018 showpiece event
FIFA World Cup 2018: England's Gareth Southgate refuses to be complacent after getting favourable draw
Southgate, recalling England's decades of disappointment on the international stage, was wary of Panama, "We've been good at writing teams off and then getting beat."
PSG spent time in Tunisia during last season's winter break but this will be their fifth trip to Qatar since the Qatar Sports Investments takeover in 2011.
FIFA World Cup 2018: A comprehensive list of all 32 teams that have qualified for showpiece event in Russia
Here's a look at the 32 teams from five confederations who will be in contention for the World Cup next year
Morocco scored twice within five minutes during the opening half to triumph 2-0 while Tunisia settled for a goalless draw with Libya
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Heavyweights Italy face tough battle in play-offs as teams rush for remaining berths
The last burst of qualifying matches for the 2018 World Cup allows some nations a chance to dream, but for football aristocrats Italy, the next few days are a potential nightmare.
FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Egypt aim to end 28-year wait in wilderness; Nigeria, Tunisia among African favourites
There are five places reserved for Africa at the 2018 World Cup in Russia and Nigeria, Tunisia, and Egypt could fill three of them this weekend.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj held meetings with her counterparts from five countries on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session to discuss bilateral cooperation and push for India's development agenda.
Hundreds of bodies of Islamic State militants lie unclaimed in Libya as countries refuse to acknowledge them
Months after Libyan forces defeated IS, hundreds of bodies of foreign militants still lie stored in freezers as authorities negotiate with other governments
Israel has protested a UNESCO vote that called it the "occupying power" in Jerusalem's Old City which includes sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Qatar joins the list of places where Wonder Woman is banned due to Gal Gadot Israeli background.
54 migrants dead, at least 10,000 rescued while trying to reach Italy; officials say more migrants missing at sea
About 10,000 migrants were rescued off the coast of Libya over the previous four days but at least 54 others died, Libyan and Italian officials said Sunday.
Triple talaq: Muslim law board should take cues from divorce rules in 22 'Islamic nations', not delay reforms
Rather than dilly-dallying the much-needed reforms on the issue of the oral triple talaq, the Indian Muslim intelligentsia and the clergy or ulema could learn from the 22 Islamic countries who changed their divorce laws
On Tuesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel pushed Tunisia's prime minister to speed up the returns of rejected asylum seekers, as Tunis rebuffed criticism that it was blocking repatriations.