Lim Lip Eng says visa-free travel for Chinese and Indian nationals will help M'sia tourism remain competitive.
'Extreme identity politics and polemics contribute to the conditions in which the seductive call to violence festers.'
Alok Verma put back in charge of the Central Bureau of Investigation amid graft probe.
The act raises fear of a backlash from conservative Hindu groups.
Her cousin committed suicide after seeing her condition.
India's largest airline is in talks with MAHB to increase flight frequency, add routes.
Advertisers wanting to run political ads on FB will have to confirm their identity and location.
India's women are turning to technology to stay safe in public spaces; these apps also help police to map 'harassment prone' spots.
India, the traditional power in the region, is muscling into port and other projects.
Protest outside Sabarimala temple in Kerala leaves sees journalists, devotees and police officers attacked.
MJ Akbar says he is resigning to fight accusations of sexual harassment levelled by over a dozen women.
Fight takes shape against fake news, that has led to over 30 deaths in 70 lynching attempts since 2017.
UN human rights expert sounds alarm while border police says the process is 'routine'.
This comes after French ex-president Francois Hollande says Indian gov't influenced choice of local partner.
The data, accessible only to law enforcement agencies, will include the offenders' photos, addresses and fingerprints.
It no longer carries the punishment of up to 10 years in prison.
However, campaigners caution much more needs to be done for acceptance and equality.
The engagement between the two countries’ armed forces will include training, joint exercises and professional interactions.
India's opposition accuses PM of exacerbating crisis by failing to provide more aid and barring foreign help.
It has killed 164 people and forced more than 200,000 into relief camps.
This after police raided a home and rescued 23 boys and girls allegedly being sold for sex.
'Did you see the Qatari’s face? His big beard? He looked like a terrorist.'
All sanitary pads now 100 percent exempt from tax, says interim finance minister Piyush Goyal.