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With Daesh in Mind, India-Bangladesh to Hold High-Level Talks

India and Bangladesh will hold Home Minister Level Talks on July 28 in New Delhi.

Indian Military Plane Goes Missing Over Bay Of Bengal

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian air force plane carrying 29 people went missing on Friday on a flight to a remote island chain in the Bay of Bengal, the defense ministry said. The Russian-made AN-32 was on its way to Port Blair, theShow More Summary

Indian lawmaker in trouble for recording Facebook Live video inside the Parliament

An Indian politician is in the midst of a controversy for shooting a Facebook Live video that shows him entering the country's Parliament in New Delhi, revealing the security measures in place. SEE ALSO: Facebook's live videos can now...Show More Summary

Indian military transport plane missing in Bay of Bengal

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian air force plane carrying 29 military personnel to a remote island chain in the Bay of Bengal went missing on Friday, the military said.

India's water reservoirs at 34 percent capacity in week to June 21

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Water levels in India's main reservoirs were at 34 percent of their storage capacity in the week to July 21, down 3 percentage points from a year earlier, government data showed.

India to consider alternatives to pellet gun use in Kashmir: minister

NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - India plans to reconsider the use of pellet guns by security forces when controlling crowds, its interior minister said on Thursday, after widespread resort to the weapons caused multiple casualties and stirred public anger.

India Moves Nearly One Hundred Tanks, Troops to Chinese Border

With tensions rising between China and India, New Delhi has deployed nearly 100 tanks to its eastern border.

India’s lower castes fight back against Hindu cow protection squads

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NEW DELHI — It was a warning that went viral: scenes of four men being stripped, tied to a car and beaten by a Hindu group that proclaims to protect cows because they are regarded as sacred. The video, uploaded by the attackers in western India, has now opened a wider debate over caste conflict and rising […]

Indian men accused of raping woman for second time due in court

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Three men accused of raping an Indian woman for a second time were due in court on Wednesday, police said, while the victim's father said his daughter was determined to pursue the case despite the state's failure to protect her.

India's monsoon cheer forecast to continue as La Nina kicks in

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The El Nino weather pattern is likely to dissipate by early August, giving way to La Nina, two top officials of the Indian weather office said on Tuesday, swelling already bountiful monsoon rains that are crucial for India's farm sector.

Boeing revises India aircraft forecast to 1,850 new jets over 20 years

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Tuesday it expects Indian airlines to order 1,850 new aircraft worth $265 billion over the next 20 years, up from an earlier forecast, thanks to the new aviation rules that the manufacturer said will boost demand. Show More Summary

Russia, India to Develop New self-propelled gun (SPG)

Moscow and New Delhi have concluded an agreement to develop a new self-propelled gun (SPG) intended for Indian domestic market. The CEO of Uralvagonzavod, Oleg Siyenko and the Director Executive of Bharat Forge (a subsidiary of the Kalyani Group), Amid Kalyani signed the related Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the presence of Russia’s Minister for

Modi government shuts down newspapers in strife-torn Kashmir

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NEW DELHI -- For the third day in a row, people in India’s conflict-torn Kashmir province did not get their newspapers -- because they've been banned. The ban on newspapers came on top of the shutdown of cable TV operators and private cellphone service imposed by the government as it struggles to control angry street […]

Indian court orders older diesel vehicles off New Delhi's roads

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's top environmental court on Monday ordered authorities to remove all diesel vehicles at least 10 years old off the capital city's streets in a bid to help clean New Delhi's polluted air.

India doubles down on solar parks after SunEdison setback

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will double the target for energy to be generated from solar parks by 2020, a top government official said, as roof-top installations progress slower than anticipated and U.S. company SunEdison's projects are threatened by its bankruptcy.

Honda Motor to recall 190,578 cars in India to replace Takata airbag inflators

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Japanese carmaker Honda Motor Co's India unit is recalling 190,578 vehicles in the country to replace Takata Corp's passenger front airbag inflators, the company said in a statement on Thursday. This is part ofShow More Summary

An Indian city is getting futuristic pod taxis to beat traffic blues

Gurgaon, a suburb of New Delhi and home to India headquarters of MNC's like Google, Microsoft and Apple, is about to get driverless electric pods to alleviate the traffic woes faced by thousands of people who commute to their offices...Show More Summary

Ryan Giggs signs up for Indian futsal league

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New Delhi (AFP) – Welsh football legend Ryan Giggs will return to the pitch as a player in the inaugural Premier Futsal starting in India this week, the organisers announced Wednesday. Brazilian star Ronaldinho and former AC Milan striker Hernan Crespo have also signed up for the event beginning in Chennai on Friday. Show More Summary

India's top court deals blow to Modi's ambitions in northeast

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that the government's imposition of direct rule in a remote northeastern state was illegal, and the dislodged opposition Congress party should return to power immediatel...

How quickly antibiotic resistance can spread

How quickly can antibiotic resistance spread? Consider the case of a Swedish man who traveled to India in 2009. While in New Delhi, the man became infected by a strain of Klebsiella bacteria bearing a gene that made it impervious to the antibiotic carbapenem. Microbiologists quickly found the gene...

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