Psychologists routinely encounter patients who have suffered devastating traumas as a consequence of conversion therapy.
The twists and turns in the investigation complicated existing political rivalries in the financial capital of India.
Young football enthusiasts from some of Pakistan's most conservative provinces are currently in Karachi to participate in a national championship.
The government can ban anyone found violating tourism rules from entering the country for up to five years or from mountaineering in Nepal for ten years.
In a chaotic election season in India, Thulam Saravanan’s manifesto of wild promises is going viral. What will he do if he actually wins?
Rashmi Samant resigned over “racist” social media posts. Her supporters—including members of India’s ruling party—say she is a victim of an anti-Hindu witch hunt.
At least 15 people died in the blaze that ripped through the world’s largest refugee camp, in southern Bangladesh.
“For others, it might be a piece of cloth. It’s more than that to me.”
There have been growing calls to oppose the junta with a "people’s army" as impatience with the international community wears thin.
“It is extremely difficult to fill the void created by these assassinations.”
A growing number of people in India are embarking on a new career in predicting the future.
Pakistan has invited the Arab world’s top royals to hunt the Haboura Bustard, including Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.