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In the darkness just before dawn, the southern Indian town buzzed with excitement and energy as revellers began arriving for the spectacle of Jallikattu, the region’s version of running with the bulls.
India's Supreme Court has cancelled the licenses of 634 doctors embroiled in a medical school admissions scandal in central Madhya Pradesh state.
A court in Pakistan has banned public celebrations of Valentine's Day in the capital, Islamabad, on the grounds that it is not part of Muslim culture.
A splinter group of Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for Monday evening suicide attack targeting protestors in capital city Lahore of Pakistan's east Punjab province, which left 14 people killed and 60 others injured.
A replica of a Nobel medal, which was stolen from the home of Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi in New Delhi, has been recovered, police say.
The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has expressed concern at the recent escalation of violence in southern restive Helmand province, which reportedly claimed the lives of at least 25 civilians and injured several others.
More than 17,000 people were killed, 1,300 disappeared and thousands displaced during the decade-long civil war between Maoists and government forces that ended in 2006
The owner of a cinema hall in the Indian capital Delhi has been sentenced to one year in prison in connection with a fire which killed 59 people.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is halting work in Afghanistan following an attack on its staff which the aid agency said was despicable.
The commander of US and Nato forces in Afghanistan has said he needs a "few thousands" more troops to break a stalemate in the war with the Taliban.