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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A surge in violence in Indian Kashmir in recent weeks, including a spate of militant attacks on civilians and a widespread crackdown by security forces, has left 33 people dead in the heavily militarised region since early October.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has requested the support of other full members of the International Cricket Council ahead of next month's crucial meeting where the game's future in the South Asian country is likely to be decided.
Aryan Khan and five other accused were arrested in connection with the cruise ship drug raid case earlier this month.
As artificial intelligence is becoming a facet of everyday life, what can regulators do to ensure the public's rights and privacy are protected?
AN American journalist detained almost five months in military-ruled Myanmar is being prosecuted for an offence allegedly carried out by a news service for which he had stopped working more than half a year previously, his lawyer said.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - A powerful right-wing Hindu group linked to India's ruling party has called for curbs on streaming platforms and cryptocurrencies, saying regulation was essential.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Seven Hong Kong democracy campaigners, including former lawmakers, were sentenced on Saturday (Oct 16) to up to 12 months in jail for their role in a protest last year against a sweeping national security law imposed by China.
BANDUNG (AFP): Eleven students have drowned and two more are in critical condition after a trekking accident in Indonesia, an official said Friday (Oct 15)