A sexual harassment case at Yale University draws comparisons with another similar issue in a Karachi educational institution.
Both receivers and providers of bribes may benefit from an under the table transaction, but it is society that suffers.
Secret killing was once a problem of the rich and famous, but the game has turned on its head in Bangladesh.
You eat social networking sites for breakfast. With the advent of smartphones, you carry the internet in your pocket, literally.
With nearly six months having passed since the launch of the so-called Association of Southeast Asian (ASEAN) Economic Community, or AEC, the hard work of leveraging what promises to be a world-leading single market continues.
I beg you, my American friends, if you're voting this November, vote for Hillary Clinton.
Any nation where some warped, twisted definition of honor sanctions the killing of a woman, even your own young daughter or sister, has demonstrably strayed from every possible path of sanity.
As Pakistan's policies and paranoia have turned it into a pariah state, our alliance with China has stayed rocksteady.
In a span of three days last week, from Thursday to Saturday, five men died by what appeared to be summary execution in the Philippines -- two in Negros Occidental, two in Iloilo and one in Negros Oriental, all in central Philippines.
After admitting in a recent press conference that he is no longer a Catholic, Rodrigo Duterte remarked that he had a new religion: "Iglesia ni Duterte (Church of Duterte)."