Glitz and hype is everywhere at Indian Auto Expo, as car makers try to woo the auto-buying market. But the stars of the show are the small cars, with both global and local players launching a wide range of hatchbacks.
It has been three years since the Indian government banned the employment of children. However, it is still disturbingly widespread, and UNICEF says millions of them are working in extremely dangerous conditions.
A band festival held in New Delhi has been the perfect chance for young musicians to make a name for themselves. Afghan rock band “Kabul Dreams” speaks for the generation who wants a return to a normal, peaceful life.
The latest string of heinous terrorist attacks in Pakistan is a reminder that the ostrich policy of appeasing firebrand extremists has triggered a security climate change that could no longer be dismissed or tolerated.
In a small Indian town where the holiest temple for Buddhists was erected on the very spot where the Buddha gained enlightenment, with tens of thousands of pilgrims visiting every day, fake monks are becoming routine.
An editorial in Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s biggest newspaper “Nodong Sinmun” has called on people to abandon the Western way of greeting, the handshake, and to use the traditional bow instead.