The Santals, the largest indigenous group on the Indian subcontinent, have always lived off of the land, but in recent years holding on to their ancestral grounds has become a struggle.
Asylum seekers are unwanted in Australia. Except when they're not.
Shoemaker who was commissioned by NATO to produce army boots now faces bankruptcy.
Meeting West Bengal's Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was a masterstroke in diplomacy and economic necessity.
What should have been a day for national celebration turns into a flop, leaving the people with unanswered questions.
Disappearance of leading opposition member highlights major shortcomings in country's justice system.
How Pyongyang responds to the failure of its much heralded rocket launch could offer clues as to the type of man the reclusive nation's young leader really is.
A typical day at the Wagah border, usually ends with a show of muscle. Giant, hulking soldiers stride defiantly on the ceremonial border separating India from Pakistan.
Tokyo and Manila lie in the shadow of the planned launch, with much of the region looking to the US for strategic support.
Aceh residents relieved no tsunami materialised after massive earthquake off Indonesia's coast.
South Koreans - living in a peaceful, democratic society, the world's 15th largest economy, home to global success stories like Samsung and Hyundai - often wonder why the rest of the world is so obsessed by their northern neighbour.