The southern city of Karachi is one of the most dangerous cities in the world. For two decades a liberal party has had control over the Pakistani city, but now it seems the party is losing its grip on the city.
President Thein Sein's US visit reflects the two countries' growing interest in each other.
In the interest of economics, Indian and Chinese leaders focus on trade rather than disputes.
Japan's neighbors are getting wary of PM Shinzo Abe and his center-right government. At home, however, Abe is bucking the trend of his immediate predecessors and riding high in the opinion polls.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is reforming Japan’s economy. Strong growth for this quarter has corroborated his “Abenomics” strategy, which also has nationalistic motives.
Pakistanis protest 'massive' rigging in the May 11 election, as EU monitors confirm irregularities.
Pyongyang has probably realized it has pushed China to the brink of severing its friendship.
The Bundeswehr is packing up and withdrawing from Afghanistan. Threatened by Taliban and unemployment, local Afghan employees feel abandoned and fear for their safety.
Taiwan is dwarfed by China, but its economy is booming and German companies are benefiting.
Protests are growing louder after the collapse of a textile factory in Bangladesh.
Tokyo has rebuffed an effort by Beijing to claim sovereignty over more than 100 Okinawa islands, although some analysts are warning that this is merely the latest gambit by China to seize Japanese territory by force.
Cricket's hugely popular Indian Premier League (IPL) is being played in its sixth season. Despite recent controversies surrounding the event, its unabated success has started to inspire other sports formats.
The deaths of at least two Cambodian workers and injuries sustained by 10 colleagues at a shoe factory southwest of Phnom Penh once more shine a light on conditions in the global garment manufacturing industry.
With obesity on the rise, India is emerging as one of the fastest-growing centers in the billion-dollar global market for stomach-shrinking, or bariatric surgery.
Pakistan has elected a new parliament. Results show that the Pakistan Muslim League of former Prime Minister Sharif secured a majority. Millions voted, despite violent Taliban attacks.
DW looks at the territorial disputes in the East and South China seas.
India and the world celebrate 100 years of Bollywood magic.
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