U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on every country to declare a “climate emergency.”
Abhinandan Varthaman was accompanied to the Pakistan-India border by the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Narendra Modi has demonstrated to the world that Kashmir is potentially the most dangerous place on earth, the bestselling Indian author wrote.
Opponents alleged vote rigging, even though the preliminary results put him in the lead.
"[It’s] a religion for all times and all worlds ... I’m living proof," says Kristiane Backer.
Haroon Khalid is the author of the books In Search of Shiva: a study of folk religious practices in Pakistan and A White
One expects better from the Independent, not living up to its name on this occasion, with the recent scaremongering article to hit its pages earlier this week.
Just over 31 years ago, in a leafy and affluent suburb of a third world country, a young man sat at the bedside of his mother. She was dying. Bereft of peace, and in a painful silence challenged by little other than the muted conversations of family, he sat day after day, forced to acquaint himself with a consuming helplessness; a feeling previously unbeknownst to him.
The former cricketer and ex-BBC journalist both announced their plans to divorce on social media and said it was amicable.
If there is one dead horse I just love to beat, it is "do your research." The world being what it is, gay travel is usually a path of least resistance, that is, going to places where the odds are in our favor we will have the time of our lives while at the same time still keeping our lives.