A woman from Saudi Arabia uploaded an image of herself in social media without wearing a hijab. Some people from her own country mark it as a serious crime and claimed her to be executed!
Year 2017 is going to be a very busy and engaging year for emerging tigers.
Internet is full of fake news and it's hard for many people to spot a fake. We are here to help you in spotting fake news.
Just after three days of its launching in Dhaka, the road transport regulatory authority of the country declared Uber as illegal and warned its drivers and clients against using the service. Meanwhile, a driver of the service expressed concerns about the future of Uber in Bangladesh.
Yes, as you read it, they want men to beat them. But that doesn't mean physical torture. It's far beyond than that!
She was once a victim of domestic violence. But, now, she is courageous enough to let the world show what happened to her during a two-year relationship with a man who subjected her to physical and mental abuse.
Millions of people worldwide became agitated after the recent attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. They are using micro-blogging site Twitter to express their agitation and dissatisfaction on the country's top politician Aung San Suu Kyi as she apparently doing nothing to save the Rohingya community.
They wanted to show the freedom girls should have in Pakistan. To promote the message "women should do what they want," a group of Pakistani female dancers performed a flash mob on the streets of Lahore. But the idea has backfired.
Indian tourism and culture minister Mahesh Sharma has suggested foreigners not to wear skirts in India. He also suggested them not to roam around alone at night in the small cities of the Hindu-majority country.
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