The Independent's Asia Correspondent, based in Delhi.
10 June 2014 04:38 PM
Barely a day after militants laid siege to Karachi airport in an attack that left more than 35 people dead, gunmen launched a new assault on the facility in an assault that raised fresh questions about the country’s ability to confront the Taliban
10 June 2014 09:40 AM
Security forces at Karachi airport have come under fresh attack, a day after militants launched an audacious assault on the facility that left at least 36 people dead. The latest attack came as Pakistan’s interior minister was briefing parliament about Monday's assault.
09 June 2014 06:23 PM
Police chief says property dispute may been behind killings - but one girl's brother says family owned a tiny patch of land 'too small' to fight about
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08 June 2014 12:00 AM
Dinanath Batra considers himself a campaigner with a cause.
Golden temple massacre anniversary: Twelve injured in sword fight between Sikhs rowing over who should speak first at memorial
06 June 2014 09:08 AM
Indian television channels showed dozens of Sikhs wearing traditional turbans and robes waving swords at each and pointing spears as the two groups sized each other up
04 June 2014 04:49 PM
There were some handshakes, a pat-down and then they were gone. The handover of Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, the American soldier held prisoner by the Taliban for almost five years, was completed in a matter of seconds.
04 June 2014 12:53 PM
Protesters demonstrating against the coup in Thailand are taking inspiration from Hollywood. The three-fingered salute that featured in The Hunger Games movies has been adopted by those trying to persuade the troops to return to their barracks.
03 June 2014 05:52 PM
While the tourists continue to flock to Thailand’s beaches, things can very quickly get ugly
02 June 2014 05:43 PM
Police in northern India used water cannons to disperse hundreds of protesters who were demonstrating against the authorities’ seeming inability to halt sexual attacks and violence against women.
02 June 2014 02:03 PM
Gyan Singh Neengwal wasn’t going to let the little matter of a mountain get in the way of his plan to build a short-cut to the nearest town.
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