Bhutan imposes Rs 1,200 daily fee on South Asian tourists

Bhutan's lower house has passed a legislation that makes it mandatory for visitors from India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives to pay a fee of Rs 1200 per day for its "sustainable development" from July this year

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Actions in Kashmir expose 'fiction of India's democracy', says Pakistan PM

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the "unprecedented length" of restrictions imposed in occupied Kashmir have "fully exposed the fiction of India's democracy and its scant regard for basic human norms," Radio Pakistan reported

Afghan foreign ministry 'reforms' opposed

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International Criminal Court team visits Rohingya camps in Bangladesh

A delegation from the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is on a visit to Bangladesh

India, Bangladesh armies in joint counter-terror exercise

Indian and Bangladesh armies will jointly practice counter-terrorist operations in a controlled and simulated environment at Umroi in Meghalaya from February 3-16 as part of their defence cooperation agreement

First coronavirus case in India detected in Kerala

India's health ministry said on Thursday said one positive case of Novel Coronavirus has come to light from Kerala

Bangladeshi woman gets relief under India's new citizenship act

The Karnataka High Court has granted bail to Bangladeshi Christian woman accused of being an "illegal immigrant"