Nepal's top political parties on Thursday reached out to protesters angry about the country's new constitution, after violence in the region bordering India halted more than 1,000 oil tankers and trucks with essential supplies from entering Nepal.
Wearing an expression of intense concentration, Myanmar garment worker Htet Myat Nyein stitches jackets bound for wealthy foreign high streets, part of a booming industry fueling much of the country's modernization drive.
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Tuesday supporters need not be afraid when they cast ballots in landmark elections, as she railed against government neglect while campaigning in her rural constituency.
Eight centuries after the ruler of the greatest land empire in history was born, descendants of the mighty Mongol Kublai Khan are a people divided between his homeland and the China he conquered, with both claiming him as their own.
Her back hunched over, Nepali villager Sanchimaya Thami strained to make the last stretch of a five-hour trek to deliver critical relief supplies to other victims of April's devastating earthquake.
Myanmar plans to make left-hand drive cars compulsory, state media reported Sunday, causing concern in a country where the vast majority of vehicles remain right-hand drive despite cars driving on the right.
Nepal Sunday adopted a new constitution aimed at bolstering its transformation to a peaceful democracy after decades of autocratic rule and a long civil war, even as protests raged over its terms.
Nepal's parliament passed a new national constitution on Wednesday, weeks after political leaders reached a historic agreement to create a federal state following an earthquake that killed nearly 9,000 people.
A Saudi Arabian diplomat accused of repeatedly raping and abusing two Nepalese maids has left India under cover of diplomatic immunity, while Nepal on Thursday called for justice for the women.
With an eye on Nov. 8 polls, Myanmar's president has ticked off a list of accomplishments during his five-year term -- noting with apparent pride a number of anti-Muslim policies that he hopes will help him win re-election.
The illicit timber trade between Myanmar and mainland China is rebounding to near its peak of a decade ago as loggers push deeper into Myanmar to strip its forests, according to a report released Thursday by an environmental group.
The Department of Information and Media (DoIM) in Kuensel is currently conducting a survey to determine what civil servants think about the ban on social media in government agencies.
A set of small explosions at two churches and a police station led Nepal to step up security Wednesday, amid parliamentary voting on a new constitution that has sparked weeks of protests that have left more than 40 people dead.
The United Nation's top human rights official is urging the creation of a special court to look into atrocities committed during Sri Lanka's long civil war, which left tens of thousands dead.