Around 80 protesters arrested for assaulting police, illegal assembly, disobeying injunction, and obstructing police work.
The language the political parties use while seeking votes is in itself a deception. They usually seek votes in Kashmir with either of the two promises – resolution of the Kashmir issue or development.
Seven students were separated into two trials, one conducted for six defendants in Chinese and a second held in the Uighur language for a single student.
Hundreds of police stood guard as authorities enforced the court order to reopen Argyle Street to free up traffic
Nine Hong Kong journalists now allowed to enter Philippines following earlier ban for quizzing president
The Women's League of Burma called on the government to immediately withdraw troops from ethnic areas to safeguard women
Most experts say that this disturbing trend arises because they are economically and socially under-privileged, unable to fight costly cases and these communities are targeted with false cases.
China's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Hua Chunying, urged the Philippines to release the fishermen and their boat.
Jashodaben Modi, 62, who lives in the western state of Gujarat, said she had filed a petition to find out why she has been given security cover since Modi was elected in May.
Farmers in the world's top rubber producer have threatened to step up street action if the National Legislative Assembly does not scrap the draft law
The two 100-metre-long Russian-built warships are equipped with stealth technology to display a minimum presence on enemy radar screens.
Nepal's capital gets fresh polish and tight security for regional summit, as activists call for more rights-focused policies.
Obama broadens role of US military in Afghanistan for the year 2015, in a shift from prior public declarations
Author of article that led to jailing of website editor says law is 'excuse for repression'
Notices in Mong Kok say pro-democracy protesters must leave in 24 hours
"It was a magnetic bomb," said Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi. "It was either attached to the vehicle belonging to the foreigners or it was planted and detonated remotely."
Five of the non-Chinese victims were younger than 18 and were handed to Myanmar police after a three-month investigation into the gang, which ensnared the women by offering them tours and jobs
Officials said most of those killed were spectators who came to watch the match in the remote Yahya Khel district. The local police commander, Bawar Khan, was also killed.
Hearings adjourned to Jan. 8 so lawyers can file appeal on defendants' earlier crimes against humanity conviction
Ajit Doval, a close aide of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will lead the negotiations with Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi to try and reach a settlement
The agreement has come under fire from rights groups, opposition parties in both Australia and Cambodia and refugee advocacy organizations, which say Australia is divesting itself of responsibility to accept refugees.