The rivals sparred over the pandemic, race and even their families in a debate disrupted by shouting.
Former deputy PM LK Advani, 92, was among those charged over the 1992 destruction of the Babri mosque.
A nurse is sacked after Joyce Echaquan filmed herself in hospital apparently being insulted by staff.
We are failing to harness the many benefits plants can provide, say scientists.
The Australian singer had a string of hits in the 1970s, but is best known for her feminist pop anthem.
The idea of "offshoring" people claiming asylum is dependent on a suitable location, a source said.
Analysts say it's an indication of more trouble ahead for the struggling airline industry
The health body's says a "robust" investigation will cover claims against aid workers tackling Ebola.
Prolonged closures and limited capacity at the parks has forced the company to cut its workforce.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to visit the Great Wall as Golden Week approaches.
Environmentalists feared fragile coastal ecosystems would be destroyed by redevelopment.
A body representing 290 airlines warns it will be 2024 before air traffic reaches pre-pandemic levels.
More than 30 elephants were found lying on their stomachs, according to wildlife officials.
Armenia says its SU-25 fighter jet was shot down in Armenian air space, a claim Turkey denies.
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