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RBI: What is the Indian central bank's conflict with the government? Why is India at war with its central bank?

The two have also differed over government plans to set up a separate regulator to look after digital payments


Sexual abuse of women 'common' in North Korea Sexual abuse of women 'common' in North Korea

The report is based on interviews with 62 North Koreans who fled the country and provided detailed accounts of rape and sexual abuse


56,800 migrants dead and missing in 4 years 56,800 migrants dead and missing in 4 years

The tens of thousands of people who die or simply disappear during their journeys, never to be seen again


Climate change: Oceans 'soaking up more heat than estimated' Heating of oceans 'underestimated'

Their study suggests that the seas have absorbed 60% more than previously thought


Lion Air: How could a brand new plane crash? How could a brand new plane crash?

This is the first major incident involving that kind of plane


‘Modi is favourite prime ministerial candidate of Muslims for 2019’ ‘Modi is favourite prime ministerial candidate of Muslims for 2019’

On the Ram temple issue, senior BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain said for the BJP, it was a matter of faith and not a poll plank


Kentucky grocery shootings were 'possible hate crime' US grocery shooting 'possible hate crime'

Gregory Bush, 51, has been charged with two counts of murder and 10 of wanton endangerment over Wednesday's incident


3 things to know about Brazil's presidential candidates 3 things to know about Brazil's presidential candidates

The success of his campaign caught many by surprise as Bolsonaro tapped into an anti-establishment wave


'The food supplement that ruined my liver' 'The food supplement that ruined my liver'

Jim McCants took green tea capsules in a drive to get healthy in middle age and now, his doctors say they left him needing an urgent liver transplant


Who is to blame for America's toxic environment? Who is to blame for America's toxic environment?

Washington, and much of America, has been subjected to an increasingly toxic political climate. Who and what is to blame


Migrant caravan: What is it and why does it matter? What is the migrant caravan heading to US?

They say they are fleeing persecution, poverty and violence in their home countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador


Hong Kong-Zhuhai bridge: World's longest sea crossing opens to quiet start Quiet start for world's longest sea crossing

The $20bn (£15.3bn) bridge spans 55km (34 miles) and connects Hong Kong to Macau and the mainland Chinese city of Zhuhai


More concerned than ever for human rights defenders: UN expert Human rights defenders facing more attack worldwide

The expert called on States to renew their commitment to the Declaration on Human Rights Defenders on the 20th anniversary of its adoption


UN humanitarian chief: 8.4 million Yemenis need urgent aid 8.4 million Yemenis need urgent aid: UN

Estimate that 3.5 million to 4 million more people could become severely food insecure in the months ahead


National apology delivered to Australia sexual abuse victims National apology delivered to Australia sexual abuse victims

It follows a five-year inquiry which found tens of thousands of children had suffered abuse in the nation's institutions over decades


Do you speak Telugu? Welcome to America Do you speak Telugu? Welcome to America

The number of US residents speaking Telugu rose by 86% between 2010 and 2017, according to an online video by the World Economic Forum


The Jamal Khashoggi I knew: mentor, bridge between cultures   The Jamal Khashoggi I knew: mentor, bridge between cultures

Jamal earned the respect of all sides, whether Islamist or leftist and secular


Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi murder suspect had spy training Khashoggi suspect had 'cyber spy' training

Saudi Arabia denies any knowledge of what happened to Mr Khashoggi, insisting he left the consulate soon after getting routine paperwork


Crimea attack: College shooting is 'globalisation' result Crimea attack is 'result of globalisation'

Fifteen students and five teachers were killed in Wednesday's attack on the technical college in Kerch


Why is Germany beefing-up its military? Why is Germany beefing-up its military?

Germany commands the Nato multinational battle group in Lithuania, intended to reassure a small ally in the face of a more assertive Russia


Afghan drought 'displacing more people than Taliban' Drought affecting Afghans 'more than war'

The drought is adding to the misery in the country where levels of violence have been increasing since 2014


Doormats are rarely valued: Reham Khan I was labelled a bad woman: Reham Khan

British-Pakistani writer Reham Khan recently made waves for her autobiography outlining her twin troubled marriages


Canada cannabis legalisation: ‘We know the world is watching’ Canada cannabis: ‘We know the world is watching’

Supporters say legalisation will bring new medical advances and help stamp out drug-related crime


Royal wedding: Princess Eugenie marries Jack Brooksbank Princess Eugenie ties the knot

Princess Eugenie has married her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle


Royal wedding: Well-wishers gather for Eugenie ceremony Well-wishers gather ahead of royal wedding

Princess Eugenie, who is ninth in line to the throne, is the daughter of the Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson, and the granddaughter of the Queen


China Uighurs: Xinjiang legalises 'reeducation' camps China legalises Uighur 'reeducation'

Xinjiang says the centres will tackle extremism through "thought transformation"


Change attitude to mental health, change the world: UN Change attitude to mental health, change the world: UN

The UN chief says health encompasses both physical and mental well-being


Myanmar ‘unwilling’ to probe Rohingya abuse, UN must act: rights envoy Myanmar ‘unwilling’ to probe Rohingya abuse: Rights envoy

A UN fact-finding mission has called for Myanmar’s top brass to be investigated for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes


#MeToo firestorm consumes Bollywood and Indian media #MeToo firestorm consumes Bollywood and media

Women journalists have perhaps played the biggest role so far, "outing" reporters, senior editors, authors and even a high court judge


To truly fight climate change, we need to set our sights higher Set our sights higher to fight climate change

The commitments the world has made so far under the Paris Agreement to reduce the emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases are woefully inadequate


Hong Kong rejects visa for Financial Times editor Victor Mallet



Hong Kong rejects visa for Financial Times editor

The UK Foreign Office says it has asked Hong Kong's authorities for an "urgent explanation" of the visa rejection


Was Mahatma Gandhi India’s first nutritionist and diet guru? Was Gandhi India’s first nutritionist guru?

Gandhi’s definition of vegetarian food classified milk as non-vegetarian, and egg (sterile ones) as vegetarian food


Osaka cuts San Francisco ties over 'comfort women' statue Osaka cuts San Francisco ties over statue

Japan's Osaka city has ended its "sister city" ties with San Francisco over the display of a statue


Indonesia quake kids traumatised as rescuers race against clock

Indonesia quake kids traumatised

A total of 1,411 people have been confirmed dead and over 2,500 injured after the monster earthquake struck Friday


Nobel Peace Prize 2018: The award’s most controversial winners Nobel Peace Prize 2018: The award’s most controversial winners

The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 2018 will be announced at 11am on Friday 5 October


Indonesia tsunami: Palu hit by 'worst case scenario' How Palu suffered a 'worst case scenario' tsunami

More than 800 people have died, but the final figure could be in the thousands, say officials


2018 Nobel Prizes to be announced, without Literature award in 70 years Nobel Prizes to be announced without Literature award

The Academy, which has awarded the prestigious literary distinction since the Nobels were first awarded in 1901


Treated water at Fukushima nuclear plant still radioactive Treated water at Fukushima nuclear plant still radioactive

Some experts say the water can be stored for decades, but others say the tanks take up too much space at the plant


Cricket 'has no boundaries' for India-Pakistan superfan friends Cricket 'has no boundaries' for India-Pakistan superfan friends

Basheer's kind gesture brought two friends together, sharing a room in India's team hotel in Dubai

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