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Red Mosque rebel cleric killed in crossfire   Cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi, the leader at the center of the week-long siege in Islamabad, has been killed Mosque leader's burqa plan fails  Abdul Aziz, the head of a radical mosque at the center of a stand-off with security forces, was arrested while trying to escape clad in a woman's... Millions bathe at Hindu festival   Millions have gathered in Allahabad for the Ardh Kumbh, a half-size version of the Kumbh Mela festival   Cartoon protests turn deadly
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1. 2017-12-01 Pope Francis uses term Rohingya in Bangladesh meeting Dhaka, Bangladesh
2017-11-27 Pope Francis walks tightrope in Myanmar Myanmar
D. 2017-03-16 Pakistan asks Facebook to help fight blasphemy Pakistan
E. 2016-05-05 Rainstorm kills 7, injures 65 during Hindu pilgrimage Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India
F. 2015-11-30 Taj Mahal: India monument 'not a Hindu temple' Taj Mahal, India
G. 2015-06-20 Thousands attend yoga event
7. 2015-01-13 Huge crowds for Sri Lanka papal Mass Colombo, Sri Lanka
8. 2015-01-12 Pope Francis due to land in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
J. 2014-11-18 Haryana ashram clashes: police vow to arrest guru Haryana, India

Afghan Koran protests spreading  At least one person has been killed and 18 injured in a third day of protests over the burning of a Koran in the US last month Verdict divides India holy site   A court has said that a disputed holy site in Ayodhya should be split between Hindus and Muslims, but both sides plan to appeal   Karzai to review move toward sharia law  Amid mounting pressure from the West, Afghan President says his government will review a recent version of a law that legalizes marital rape   Dalai Lama 'to resign' if violence worsens   The Dalai Lama will step down as leader of Tibet's government-in-exile if violence by protesters in the region worsens Monasteries in night raids  Security forces have launched raids on monasteries and arrested scores of monks, as they try to stem a rising tide of protests '1,000 monks' march
  Pope Francis uses term Rohingya in Bangladesh meeting   Pope Francis has met a group of Muslim Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and referred to them by name for the first time on his Asian visit   Pope Francis walks tightrope in Myanmar  Pope Francis has arrived in Myanmar, becoming the first pope to ever visit the southeast Asian nation Pakistan asks Facebook to help fight blasphemy Rainstorm kills 7, injures 65 during Hindu pilgrimage Taj Mahal: India monument 'not a Hindu temple' Thousands attend yoga event   Huge crowds for Sri Lanka papal Mass   Huge crowds have gathered in the Sri Lankan capital for Pope Francis to celebrate a Mass at which he will canonise the nation's first saint Pope Francis due to land in Sri Lanka Haryana ashram clashes: police vow to arrest guru Buddhist violence shocks Sri Lanka   There is a a wave of deadly communal violence that followed a rally Sunday by hardline Buddhist nationalist monks Varanasi welcomes Narendra Modi Pakistani couple get death sentences for blasphemy Death toll in India temple stampede rises to 109 Suicide bombers kill 81 at church  A bomb blast outside a church in the Pakistani city of Peshawar has killed at least 60 people and injured more than 100 others, officials say Police break up Dhaka Islamist unrest Map of Dhaka Bangladesh  Police have used stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse a huge demonstration by Islamist protesters in the capital Dhaka Sri Lanka group seeks halal boycott Holiest day at India's Kumbh Mela India Kumbh Mela festival begins Myanmar Muslims call off Eid celebrations Pakistan blasphemy case imam held  Police in Pakistan have arrested an imam accused of planting burnt pages of the Koran on a Christian girl accused of blasphemy Pakistan girl 'desecrated Koran' Nato in Afghanistan Koran apology

year 2017 Top ^

Dec.1   Bangladesh
Nov.27   Myanmar
Mar.16   Pakistan

year 2016 Top ^

May.5   India

year 2015 Top ^

Nov.30   India
Jun.20   New Delhi
Jan.13   Sri Lanka
Jan.12   Sri Lanka

year 2014 Top ^

Nov.18   India
Jun.19   Sri Lanka
May.17   India
Apr.5   Pakistan

year 2013 Top ^

Oct.13   Central India
Sep.22   Peshawar
May.5   Bangladesh
Feb.17   Sri Lanka
Feb.9   India
Jan.13   India

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.27   Myanmar
Sep.1   Pakistan
Aug.19   Pakistan
Feb.21   Afghanistan
  US Gen John R Allen, the Nato commander in Afghanistan, has apologised over reports foreign troops may have burnt copies of the Koran
 The books were taken from prisoners after the US uncovered a secret Taliban message system. Rumours that a Koran had been burnt led to protests outside the US base. Gen John R Allen said any 'improper disposal' of religious materials was inadvertent

year 2011 Top ^

Apr.3   Afghanistan

year 2010 Top ^

Sep.30   India

year 2009 Top ^

Apr.4   Kabul

year 2008 Top ^

Mar.18   India

year 2007 Top ^

Sep.26   Myanmar
Sep.18   Myanmar
  Military officials in Burma have used tear gas to disperse more than 1,000 Buddhist monks marched peacefully in two cities
 Part of a wave of anti-government protests

Jul.10   Pakistan
Jul.4   Pakistan
Jan.2   India

year 2006 Top ^

Feb.6   Afghanistan
  5 Afghans die as protests against cartoons satirising the Prophet sweep across the country

year 2005 Top ^

Jul.29   Pakistan   Madrassa foreigners 'must leave'  President Musharraf says all foreign students at religious schools, some 1,400 pupils, must leave the country

year 2002 Top ^

Oct.10   Pakistan Islamic parties surge in poll  The Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), or United Action Front, has won the majority of the 20 or so seats Mar.15   India Ayodhya Hindus march peacefully

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.14   Afghanistan Aid workers freed
  8 Western workers airlifted out of the country by a US military helicopter
Nov.1   Afghanistan Bombing to go on during Ramadan   Afghanistan Bin Laden calls Pakistanis to arms Sep.20   Kabul   Clerics ask Bin Laden to leave
  The resolution is represent a compromise agreed at a meeting in Kabul. The U.S. has dismissed as inadequate
Aug.6   Afghanistan Arrested for spreading Christianity Mar.2   Northern Afghanistan   Taleban starting to wreck Buddhas
  Opposition leader said that Taleban has started to destroy 2 centuries-old Buddhas, despite worldwide pleas

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