‘The Divine Grace of Islam Nusantara’ showcases the moderate, tolerant Islam prevalent in Indonesia.
Police, meanwhile, announce arrests of four foreign nationals suspected of terrorist activities on Malaysian soil.
Thai police, meanwhile, confirm they were warned that Syrians linked with the group had entered the country.
People of different faiths join hands in taking message across India.
E-book also threatens Bangladesh.
The new law could put Malaysia on “a path to dictatorship,” critics warn.
Islamists tell media to fire female employees and stop publishing photos of women without veils.
IS videos made by the group’s media wing have appeared online with Thai subtitles.
Rafida Bonya Ahmed suffered serious injuries in a February attack that killed her husband, a secular blogger.
Parents of Wamiq Farooq say they see glimmer of hope as they seek justice.
A group seeks to end unilateral oral divorce, polygamy and temporary marriage contracts for Muslim women.
The New York Times article delved into Thailand’s bleak state under the junta.
Police expect to arrest three more people, including the module’s suspected kingpin.
Suspects possessed phone used by intelligence agencies for covert communications, police say.
Human rights advocates are concerned about moves to widen the role of the armed forces.
Indian authorities say they dismantled two Pakistani spy rings.
Police in Kashmir are still trying to confirm the death of Mohammad Ashraf Dar.
The attack was the second one targeting the religious minority since late October.
Canberra has also authorized dependents of Australians posted in Bangladesh to leave the country voluntarily.
A civilian is also killed in the crossfire after rebels attack army post.
A second man is arrested on suspicion of threatening 154 intellectuals.
Terrorism experts say local militant groups are unlikely to mount major attacks.
Home minister continues to reject claims of IS in his country.
Some airborne lanterns have rigid frames and are powered by small metal gas tanks, a pilot says.
Terrorist group considers Indians, Bangladeshis to be inferior fighters.
Malaysian cartoonist Zunar has become a campaigner for free speech in a country where it is rapidly dwindling.
The two sides deny that they agreed to establish “safe zones” in Narathiwat province.
The government has blocked Facebook, Viber and WhatsApp, citing security reasons.
An Indian soldier also dies when his unit is fired upon in neighboring Jammu.
Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojahid were convicted of war crimes committed in 1971.