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Inside Story

Resulting from decades of sectarian violence, the number of Kashmiri psychiatric patients has increased dramatically. The facility treating them, however, is grossly inadequate.

Inside Story

Faced with a 100-fold price increase in Malaysian-supplied water, Singapore searches alternate water sources.

Inside Story

Shows the continued sufferings of the victims of a 1984 toxic gas leak from a Union Carbide pesticide factory in Bhopal, India and how this has promoted anti-American sentiments because these victi

Inside Story

The United States (US) is poised to invade Iraq, but some says its case for invasion is built on circumstantial evidence.

Inside Story

Looks at the Valley of the Gods where cannabis flourishes in the wild. Driven by big profits, especially in Europe, foreigners are working with local farmers to cultivate the weed commercially.

Inside Story

A former Catholic priest was sentenced to four and a half years in prison for molesting an altar boy more than 10 years ago.

Inside Story

Yao Ming, the twenty-two-year-old seven-foot-six basketball player from China is the first ever Asian player who became National Basketball Association's (NBA) number one overall draft pick.

Inside Story

Water shortage has always been a chronic problem in India. The recent opening of the first privately-run water facility company that sparked heated debates.

Inside Story

Indonesian Islamic leaders are angry at being unjustly portrayed by the Americans of being militant.

Inside Story

Shows the problem of professional begging in Delhi. U. K. Worah (Director, Delhi Social Welfare Department) explains how the government deals with these beggars.

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