Popular politician Imran Khan withdraws his demand that Pakistan's Prime Minsiter Nawaz Sharif resigns.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said it was a small incident that had cost India billions of dollars in tourism.
"Sharmila has been re-arrested. It is clear that she is attempting suicide and we cannot allow her to do so," said M.C. Singh, a police official in Imphal
Rescue workers feared the continuing rain could set off further landslides in the area after a month's worth of rain fell in one night
Pakistan opposition leader Imran Khan criticized the United States for issuing a statement supporting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
The ongoing unrest centers on a territorial dispute along the border of two Indian states, Assam and Nagaland.
About 2,000 demonstrators gathered on the main road outside parliament for a second day, hours after talks on an end to the turmoil finally got going.
Widodo will be able to speed up his preparations ahead of taking office on Oct. 20. He is expected to soon resign as Jakarta governor to focus on the transition.
Freak accident prompts state minister to direct officials to provide medical aid.
Cricketer turned politician warns police chief "I will even punch you personally" if protesters are harmed.
Assam and the tiny state of Nagaland in northeastern India have been claiming tracts of land along the state limits since the creation of Nagaland more than four decades ago.
Draft law on the autonomous Muslim region was submitted to Aquino after months of negotiations between the government and MILF rebels.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Qin's statement came after a prominent Chinese newspaper, the state-run Global Times tabloid, said Australia should be taught a lesson.
Coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha has been elected quasi-unanimously by the junta-appointed assembly as interim government head.
Amid back-door mediation efforts, Pakistani anti-government groups have agreed to negotiate with the government to end week-long protests that have crippled the capital Islamabad.
Tsewang Gonpo, 60; Yeshe, 42; and Jinpa Tharchin, 18 died in detention in Ganzi after being denied medical treatment for their injuries, the U.K.-based Free Tibet group said
The 42-year-old, known as the Iron Lady of Manipur, began her fast in November 2000 after 10 people were killed in a shooting at a bus stop near her home in Manipur
Ten people were missing after a month's worth of rain fell overnight, loosening slopes already saturated by heavy rain over the past few weeks.
Matthew Rosenberg ran a story about ministry and palace officials discussing plans to form an interim government if an election deadlock continues
Qadri and Imran Khan are trying to force Sharif to resign over allegations of election rigging and corruption. Their supporters broke through police barricades to surround parliament.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai urged national unity and accused neighboring Pakistan of interfering in Afghan affairs.