Sport can play a large role in the recovery after the coronavirus pandemic, and has proven its worth in the past.
The fighting, which could not be independently verified, comes amid an ongoing lockdown in India-administered Kashmir to combat spread of coronavirus.
An Islamic missionary group in India's capital New Delhi is facing a torrent of right-wing abuse after accusations that its recent congregation became the main carrier of the coronavirus.
As countries struggle to contain the coronavirus outbreak doctors and nurses face an increased risk of infections and death.
New Delhi refuses to completely ease restrictions in India-administered Kashmir despite pleas from several rights group.
Without a clear mechanism in place, the federal government has ordered states to screen and isolate tens of thousands of stranded workers to prevent them from travelling, adding to the strain on local health services.
World Health Organization figures show the increase in new Covid-19 infections is now about 70,000 per day, up from about 50,000 just a few days ago. Here are the latest updates for March 30:
Advocacy groups including Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Amnesty warn that cramped accommodation and inadequate sanitation endanger migrant workers across the Gulf, who may not have access to healthcare.
Police on both sides of the border have used tactics of public shaming to force people off the roads during the pandemic lockdown.
A joint effort will be required to overcome the potential spread of the pandemic on the African continent.
From prominent London-based publications like The Economist to the cartoonist of India's left-leaning newspaper The Hindu, the editorial judgements reek of anti-Muslim hatred.
India's finance ministry announced a $22 billion economic stimulus package that will include delivering monthly grains and lentil rations to an astonishing 800 million people.
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