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Man behind anti-Muslim film jailed

AN EGYPTIAN-AMERICAN man behind an anti-Islam film that has stoked violent protests across the Muslim world was arrested on Thursday (September 27) in California...

Ethnic votes in key marginals can swing election

BRITAIN'S most influential Asian politician has said his Conservative party should do more to attract ethnic voters, as new research reveals that migrants could...

London attacker was British-born, known to intelligence services: Theresa May

The man who launched Wednesday's attack at parliament was born in Britain and known to the intelligence services, Prime Minister Theresa May said on...

India, Pakistan agree to reduce tension in the region

INDIAN and Pakistani foreign ministers said today they have a responsibility to mend ties between the two countries to reduce tension in the region,...

9 injured in shooting at strip mall in Houston

A lawyer-turned-gunman fired indiscriminately, injuring nine persons at a strip mall in southwest Houston before being shot dead by the police in the latest incident of mass...

Rushdie returns to India, targets clerics, MPs

BRITISH author Salman Rushdie on Saturday (March 17) attacked growing intolerance in India as he returned to the country for the first time since...

Modi names Rajan ally as chief economic adviser

US-BASED economist Arvind Subramanian became chief economic adviser to the Indian government on Thursday (October 16), an appointment that puts a long-time ally of...

Indian-American lawmakers slam RHC for backing immigration ban

Indian-American lawmakers have slammed the US-based Republican Hindu Coalition for supporting President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration, which they alleged takes the country...

UK threat level to remain at severe following London attack -PM May

Britain's terror threat level will remain at "severe" after militants killed seven people and injured 48 in London, Prime Minister Theresa May said on...

India calls on developed world to tax coal for climate fund

DEVELOPED countries should raise taxes on coal production to help raise money for a $100 billion-a-year fund that is supposed to help poorer countries...