Trouble is slowly brewing in the Thai tourism industry as licensed guides take to the streets in Pattaya to protest against unlicensed foreigners allegedly taking away their jobs.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is rushing to keep his promise, made in the United States Congress, to enact new security laws by the end of September to enable Japan's Self Defense Force (SDF) to go to the aid of friendly nations under attack.
Sara, who turned eight a few days back, does not attend school. The reason: her parents are too poor.
A statue of Buddha stolen from a shrine in Japan and smuggled into South Korea has been returned to Japan.
Security-related bills were discussed for much longer than the ruling parties envisioned, but even as they were passed at the lower house plenary session on Thursday, the debate had not reached the nitty-gritty of legislation that will expand the roles of the Self-Defense Forces.
The luck just doesn't run out in Pakistan. Just as one door closes, another opens.
The mainland Chinese authorities' crackdown on human rights groups can be viewed as an indication that the iron--fisted rule of Xi Jinping's administration is becoming ever harsher.
The oft-heard phrase "There's no such thing as a free lunch" is meant to underscore the commercial reality of the world in which we live. But this harsh "rule" is being flouted daily by generous businesspeople who give away their goods to citizens in need.
American psychologists are in dire need of therapy. A scathing report documents the collusion between past executives of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American defense establishment involved in torturing prisoners of war after 2001.
India today swung into damage-control mode, a day after Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz upset the boat by raising the issue of Kashmir and India-sponsored terrorism in Balochistan.