Pakistan's election chief Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim resigned on July 31 amid allegations of rigging in the May general election.
US Secretary of State John Kerry may visit Pakistan this week -- or he may not. Or he may not visit but say he will. Or he may visit and wish he had not. Or wish he did, but may not. It's all a part of the comical/farcical engagement between Washington and Islamabad that has plumbed ludicrous levels.
India has assured Bhutan that subsidies on LPG and kerosene it supplies to it will be restored by the first week of August
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's (PML-N) nominee Mamnoon Hussain was elected as the 12th president of Pakistan on July 30.
Britain's Home Office on July 29 was at the centre of a volley of confusing statements around the proposed £3,000-visa bonds for visitors from six "high-risk" countries, including India.
The tiger population has zoomed by more than 50 percent in Nepal but the big cat still faces plenty of dangers.
The Pakistan Army was called in after an unknown number of militants carrying heavy weapons stormed a central jail in Pakistan's Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on July 29, Geo News reported.
Free medicines donated by the UN health programme have been sold to hospitals in Pakistan's northern province of Gilgit-Baltistan and Rs.29 million embezelled by a private firm.
The number of mobile phone subscribers in Bangladesh has reached 105 million, with nearly eight million new users registering in the first half of this year, officials said.
Sri Lanka's tourism watchdog has downgraded arrival targets for 2013, an official said, in what could be the first time the industry fails to meet expectations since the end of a three decade conflict in 2009.
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