Prem Malhar said his 50-year-old father died of hunger a few months ago because he did not have the Indian government’s Aadhaar identity card that would have given him access to subsidized food.
For India's poorest, ID card can be difference between life and death
Just back from the hunt with a choice selection of plants, Ebona feels at home in the endless forest where many Gabonese fear to tread.
Pygmies, masters of forest, tackle tough lifestyle changes
The operation must be ruthless, thorough and silent. Without alerting the watchful enemy, a unit of highly trained Japanese agents will throw up a ring of steel to block any escape from the vast battleground.
Tokyo battles rats as iconic market shuts
International students in the UK should not be removed from targets to reduce migration, recommended a report commissioned by the Home Office.
Overseas students should 'stay in migration target'
Women in the UK are living shorter lives on average than most of their counterparts in Europe, according to an analysis by Public Health England (PHE).
British women live shorter lives than most other Europeans
China’s health commission is getting rid of three offices that were previously dedicated to family planning, it announced late on Sunday, the latest signal that Beijing may further reduce restrictions on childbirth to combat an aging population.
China doing away with family planning offices
Switching to a healthier diet can reduce an individual's water footprint by as much as 55 percent.
How to eat well, save the planet
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wished Jews in Iran and around the world a happy New Year.
Iran FM wishes happy New Year for Jews
In the alley winding between the earthen walls of Old Kabul, Wakil Mohammad Saddeq insisted on honoring his visitors with a cup of tea.
Regulating urban anarchy of war-torn Kabul

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