Amnesty International has joined a growing chorus accusing India of supporting a climate of intolerance by cracking down on dissent.
Uber is placing a bet on motorcycles in Thailand’s capital, planning the launch of a pilot project in Bangkok for cities in developing countries.
Ambivalence among Thaksin’s admirers suggests his influence in military-run Thailand is flagging despite a publicity blitz by the self-exiled billionaire.
Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra warned Thailand’s ruling generals Tuesday that a prolonged stay in power will only worsen economic hardship.
Members of a rural Indian caste have reached a deal to end their protests that paralyzed the north Indian state of Haryana and cut water supplies to Delhi.
Tensions have increased significantly along the Demilitarized Zone since North Korea’s recent nuclear test and rocket launch, says a North Korean officer.
India’s leadership is needed in the Asia-Pacific region, and the United States is prepared to cooperate with India “as never before” on the high seas.
The United States rejected a North Korean proposal to discuss a treaty to end war because it did not address denuclearization, says the State Department.
India deployed thousands of troops in a northern state on Sunday to quell protests that have severely hit water supplies to Delhi.
India on Saturday pledged US$250 million for post-earthquake reconstruction in Nepal as the two countries try to heal strained ties.
A protest that shook a New Delhi university this week has spread across India, with students in some 10 cities calling for the release of a student leader.
North Korea’s recently launched satellite is once again tumbling in orbit, after stabilizing briefly, according to a US official and other sources.
Vietnam’s VietJet said Thursday it signed a multi-billion deal to power the carrier’s new fleet, which would improve services for Burmese travelers.
The health of Thailand’s 88-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej is improving, though he still has an infection, the royal palace announced Thursday.
Lawyers request a longer appeal period for two Burmese migrant workers sentenced to death in Thailand for the murder of two British tourists.