A team of wildlife experts found that most Himalayan brown bears – of which only up to 700 exist – don’t remember what they originally ate anymore.
“We are barefoot, heavily in debt and poor, but these agents and suppliers have become millionaires, they have large bungalows, luxurious cars, and land.”
“They’re our brothers. They look just like us. They dance just like us, they call it Samba, we call it Lewa.”
The man is still at large. Police say violent crimes by men against women who reject them are increasing in India.
Indian police identified Sitaram Bhatane, who was in hiding for years, through the world’s largest biometric system.
Sidra Humaid, who ran hundreds of money-saving schemes in Pakistan for five years, posted on Facebook last week that she’s somehow lost it all.
Analysts say Pakistan made a power move by sending a female minister to talk shop with the all-men government of Afghanistan.
Dharavi, a slum that houses over a million in Mumbai city, is the symbol of India’s vast wealth inequalities. Will Gautam Adani change that?
A strategic and lucrative port being built by Gautam Adani sits unfinished in India after a fishing community started an indefinite protest.
For dozens of Indian men who make a living from impersonating Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan, things just got tricky.
Nearly 800 million Indians depend on the government’s chronically underfunded food security programme.
The senator, an ally of ousted Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan, earlier alleged he was stripped and tortured over a tweet.