In this episode, we hear the legendary action star talk candidly about his most famous scene — and other stunts he says he honestly thought might kill him. Some nearly did.
An Indian pupil dressed as Hindu god Lord Krishna yawns as he awaits his turn during a fancy dress competition to celebrate "Gokul-Ashtami/Janmashtami," the birth of Lord Krishna
Pakistan's cricketing scandal has taken the international sport by storm as being one of the most sensational to date.
The blogosphere is agog this week over a YouTube video documenting the traditional Indian form of gymnastics—make that extreme gymnastics—known as Mallakhamb.
The thought of sitting in a 200 degree Celsius clay kiln may seem like some form of torture to some. But to South Koreans, these clay kilns used to produced charcoal at night, are doubling as luxury spas by day.
Japanese sumo wrestlers get an unlikely gadget to help their pudgy fingers dial some digits.
Hit AMC show <em>Mad Men</em> name drops the Asia Society on Sunday night.
International figures gather at the Asia Society in New York for a discussion on solutions following the devastating floods in Pakistan.
A Belgian man became the first person to die from what is being called the South Asian "superbug," a doctor reported this past Friday, the 13th.
Historian William Dalrymple contributes an opinion piece, "The Muslims in the Middle," to the Op-Ed page of the New York Times, detailing the rise of Sufism, a deeply rooted resistance movement against violent Islamic radicalism.
The issues of teenage pregnancy and baby dumping aren't unique to any one country. But solutions to these problems are especially difficult to come by in countries like Malaysia, where strict religious values conflict with sex education.