Pakistan election 2018 – attacks leave dozens dead

Violence has erupted as millions head to the polls in Pakistan, to decide between cricket legend Imran Khan and brother of disgraced former PM Nawaz Sharif for PM Elsewhere, minor blasts and clashes between party workers left several injured and...

New figures on visa applications from India published

Number of Indians visiting the UK showing increase despite emerging destinations gaining popularity and overall foreign travel on the rise New figures published today show a steady year-on-year increase in the overall number of visa applications from India over the...

Death Toll Rises in Karachi with Heatwave

In the southern Pakistani city of Karachi at least 60 people have died from a heat-related illness, rescue officials say, as temperatures soared to 44 degrees Celsius in the country's largest city during Ramadan. Faisal Edhi, chief of the Edhi...

BCFC Midfielder Shares World Cup Plans

Cheikh Ndoye has revealed he intends to ''do something great'' while playing for Sengal during the World Cup. The 32-year-old Birmingham City midfielder has spoken of his pride at being selected to play in the World Cup, and hopes to...

South Africa Captain Announces Retirement

Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers has revealed it is time and announced his retirement from playing international cricket. The 34-year-old made his Test debut against England in December 2004, last played for his country against Australia in March...

Indian Couple Killed by Son

A 26-year-old man from Delhi has admitted to killing his parents, after they denied him permission to marry a woman who he befriended on Facebook, in southeast Delhi's Jamia Nagar. Abdul Rehman was in a relationship with a woman from...

Santa Fe Shooting Sabika Sheikh Laid To Rest

The funeral of a Pakistani student Sabika Sheikh who was killed in Santa Fe Texas school shooting has taken place in Karachi. Sabika Sheikh, 17, was among the eight students and two teachers who were killed in the attack on...

Two Athletes Sent Home From Commonwealth Games

Two athletes from India were sent home from the Commonwealth Games for violating the 'no-needles' policy. Triple jumper Rakesh Babu and race walker Irfan Kolothum Thodi were asked by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) to take the first flight home. India...

Newlywed Software Engineer died after being sent a wedding gift bomb

A newly-married couple received what they thought was a wedding gift five day after their lavish big day which happened to a be bomb that killed software engineer after opening the box. Soumya Sekhar Sahu, a 26-year-old software engineer, and...

DH Foundation Raises £4000 for Rohingya

DH Foundation is a UK registered charity and established in 1997 by a group of young people determined to make a difference to the lives of those afflicted by poverty and suffering in Bangladesh.  To achieve their vision, DH...