An activist with India's ruling party has been arrested after a volunteer fell ill from drinking cow urine at a party to combat the novel coronavirus, police said Wednesday, as interest grows in home remedies amid the pandemic.
Bangladesh has cut services to millions of mobile phones along its border with India for "security" reasons amid fears a new citizenship law passed by its giant neighbour could prompt an influx of migrants.
Dummy police are the newest recruits to law enforcement in India's southern city of Bangalore where authorities have adopted an unusual tactic to fight traffic offenders.
Sri Lanka's new president Gotabaya Rajapaksa has warned India and Western nations that his country will be forced to seek finance from China again if they do not invest in the island.
President Duterte skipped the Closing Ceremony of the 35th ASEAN Summit and the 3rd Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Summit, trade Secretary Ramon Lopez represented Duterte at the RCEP Summit
China and India made the top 10 list of governments that have done the most in the past year to improve the ease of doing business in their countries, the World Bank said Wednesday.
The Philippines and India signed four agreements in different areas of cooperation during the state visit of Indian President President Ram Nath Kovind.
Organized efforts to manipulate social media and public opinion are being carried out in at least 70 countries by government agencies and political parties, researchers said Thursday.
Sinabi ni Department of Agriculture Secretary William Dar na kanyang ipapatupad ang kanyang natutunan sa India sa larangan ng agrikultura tulad ng rain water harvesting technology.
The United States is determined to repel any attempt by China to establish a beachhead in its former naval base in Subic Bay.
India said Saturday it was in touch with Tehran to secure the release of 18 of its nationals working on a British-flagged tanker seized by Iran in the Strait of Hormuz.
Press freedom is declining around the world, with democratic governments joining authoritarian regimes in seeking to suppress independent journalism, a human rights watchdog said Wednesday.
India's election watchdog says it has forced Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to take down hundreds of posts during the country's election but experts say it is just a drop in an ocean of misinformation that has engulfed voters.
The boss of tech giant Foxconn said Wednesday he will be running for president of Taiwan -- after securing the backing of a local Sea Goddess.
India is not just the world's biggest democracy, its elections are also the most gruelling -- with nearly six weeks between the first round of voting on April 11 and the last.
The mechanics retrofitting cars with blast-resistant doors and bulletproof windshields in a Punjab garage have been flat out of late -- elections are looming, and politics can be a dangerous game in India.
Indonesia's president has started beaming a hologram of himself to reach voters in key battleground provinces as he shuttles around the Southeast Asian archipelago ahead of national polls.
Senator Sonny Angara today underscored the importance of investing more in water infrastructure.