While it remains unclear whether Islamic State militants took them, an official says the government is thinking of devising a strategy to safeguard Indians in the Middle East.
Six members of an all-volunteer force are seriously wounded but said to be in stable condition.
At least 50,000 stateless people living in Bangladeshi and Indian pockets along the border will be offered citizenship through a territorial trade.
For security reasons, the family of a man convicted of taking part in the 1993 Mumbai bombings is barred from showing pictures or videos of his funeral.
Perpetrators who downed the plane must not escape punishment, transport minister says.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo discusses threat posed by the Islamic State in separate meetings with British and Singaporean counterparts.
Thailand faces the prospect of a European ban on its seafood products, and is trying to get all vessels in its fishing fleet to register by July 31.
Lawyers desperately sought reprieve in unprecedented 2 a.m. hearing.
Verdict will discourage other foreigners from joining Indonesian terrorist groups, prosecutor says.
The Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh members were planning attacks in the Dhaka area, police said.
Muhyiddin Yassin had called on Prime Minister Najib Razak to answer questions about how huge sums of cash allegedly ended up in his personal accounts from the 1MDB state fund.
A three-member Supreme Court bench will decide whether Yakub Memon will be hanged Thursday.
Monday’s assault in the northwestern Indian state, near the Pakistan border, was aimed at derailing the latest Indo-Pakistani peace initiative, analyst says.
Activists rip State Department’s promotion of Malaysia, saying it puts trade interests above the plight of trafficking victims.
Reporting by The Edge Financial Daily and a sister publication could “be prejudicial to public order,” the government says.
Thirty-two other suspects are on the run.
But the move falls short of encouraging traditional fishing practices, experts say.
Principal defends decision to stage a play in which young boys dressed up like militants.
Islam’s biggest festival is gradually becoming popular among the non-Muslims, bringing the two communities together.
Highly educated young men are among those joining insurgents in the disputed region.
“Unsubstantiated” content published by the Sarawak Report is “detrimental to national security,” governmental body says.
Overcrowding and epic traffic in the capital could bring disastrous consequences, unless immediate action is taken, experts warn.
Ruling and opposition politicians condemn riot at shopping center.
Court will hand down verdict on Sept. 1.
Defense attorney “confirms” that clients are Turkish citizens.
At least two dozen people connected to an investigation into widespread cheating have died mysteriously.
Website’s founder testifies that an excerpt from a news agency’s report was mistranslated into Thai from English.
The small publication’s decision to reprint an excerpt from another news organization’s report on human trafficking in Thailand landed it in trouble with the Thai navy.
The intruders post pro-Islamic State messages.
The top two leaders of Barisan Revolusi Nasional’s military wing aren’t interested in re-starting the peace process, according to a progress report.