The major problem facing the cash-starved Sri Lanka in South Asia is how to pay $4.8 billion foreign debt being due during February-October 2022.
For the ‘cultural genocide’, spanning more than a century on the native people, the Canadian government has started to cough up compensation.
At a time when China is accusing the US of unilateralism, will Beijing unilaterally break an international accord on its premier Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) which is also the financial hub of Asia?
In a nation rife with military coups, resignation is not a surprise but neither is the resistance.
A nuclear Iran will make stakes high for Israel. So if the upcoming talks on Dec. 27 fail to make progress, the US will chart out a new course of action while keeping in mind Israel and its existential threat in mind.
Inclusion is the new mantra of the Gulf state of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as it prepares to stay put with a non-hydrocarbon future by shedding their medieval ethos and eschatology.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing renewed pressure after opinion polls found the PM is doing "badly" in his role as leader of the leading European nation.
Leaders from five Central Asian nations were present in India and Pakistan in South Asia on the same day on Dec. 19 to explore ways to help Afghanistan people.
Prime Minister Modi could meet Xi Jinping along with Putin in the "near future,” a Kremlin official has suggested.
The U.S. is losing out its declared allies and strategic partners to its immediate competitors as they risk even sanctions to keep their business and national interests intact.
Pakistan played a deadly game by relying on a militant group to change another militant group’s behavior and got its fingers burned.
Following the U.S. withdrawal from the seven-nation deal in 2018, Iran has significantly advanced its nuclear program.
The invitation list for the upcoming Summit for Democracy in the United States indicates the superpower's attempt to reassert its global leadership position following the challenges it is facing from China and Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin lauded India as "a great power" in New Delhi on Monday as the traditional allies bolstered their military and energy ties, despite Washington's increasing courtship of the world's largest democracy.
It has been 37 years since the worst industrial disaster in the history of the world occurred in the central Indian city of Bhopal, killing thousands of people, and then slowly claiming many lives over a long period of time.
Much to the discomfort of the U.S. and China, India is all set to roll out the red carpet for President Vladimir Putin on Dec. 6 for the 21st India-Russia Annual Summit.
India has reached out to African nations with medical aid as the Omicron COVID-19 variant is set to wreak havoc on several African nations.
Seizure of radioactive substances on a China-bound ship from Pakistan by Indian authorities raises concern over nuclear transparency in Asia.
Though reports of Kampala's Entebbe International Airport takeover was denied by both China and Uganda, the tough clauses in the $200 million loan to expand the East African nation's only international airport can still spew venom.
Quoting the fifth edition of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS), the federal health ministry Nov. 24 stated that India's population rate has started to decline.
India's total fertility rate (children per woman) has fallen below the replacement rate of fertility for the first time, according to the findings of National Family Health survey (2019-21).
Geopolitical and domestic compulsions forced the South Asian Island nation to put its green efforts on the backburner.
The active cases in the country of 1.3 billion people stand at 111,481, lowest in 537 days, India's health ministry said.
The residential areas in Balochistan, a least developed province of Pakistan, are facing 21 hour-long electricity cuts and severe water shortage as the supplies have been diverted for Chinese use.
Foreign ministers of the four nations – India, Israel, the UAE and the U.S. -- are holding their first physical meeting in the coming weeks in Dubai as part of their West Asia Quad grouping.
Even as experts discuss the outcome of Xi-Biden virtual summit, the U.S. President said on Thursday that he is considering diplomatic boycott of 2022 Winter Olympics.
Sticking to its 2018 India First policy, Maldives has rejected attempts to spread the “India Out” campaign, backed by the opposition, through the media and social media platforms.
Riding on global wealth bloom attributed to the higher asset prices, China has surpassed the U.S. as the richest nation in the world.
India has started receiving advance elements of the state-of-the-art S-400 air defence system from Russia ahead of President Vladimir Putin's visit to the country in December.
The simmering migrant crisis between Belarus and Poland intensifies with the involvement of Russia and NATO.
By supporting the Taliban to take over the reign in Afghanistan, Pakistan not only managed to crawl out of the isolation in the international community but was also able to find itself an important place at the negotiation table.
The southern Indian city of Chennai, once known with sobriquet the 'Detroit of Asia', is facing the fury of the northeast monsoon after a gap of six years again.
Narendra Modi, prime minister of India, took the world by surprise when he announced a pledge of Net Zero Emissions by 2070 at COP 26.
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