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15:59, 28 July 2017 Friday
15:32, 06 June 2015 Saturday

Indian villagers look to Raj in face of power cuts

Union Jack-waving residents complain British treated them better than Indian authorities

11:57, 27 July 2017 Thursday

Modi boosts grip on power with alliance in scandal-hit India

The outspoken Nitish Kumar took the oath as Bihar's chief minister just hours after standing down in protest at corruption allegations against his last coalition partner.

15:00, 26 July 2017 Wednesday

Members of Indian family found dead in floods

"They seem to have drowned in the floodwaters. The bodies were found buried in muck," A B Parmar, a police inspector at the scene, told AFP, adding the deceased were from the same family.

14:29, 25 July 2017 Tuesday

Eight more dead in India's worsening monsoon floods

With scores now dead in monsoon floods across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was to fly over Gujarat later Tuesday to inspect the devastation, officials said.

17:04, 21 July 2017 Friday

Court asks Indian government to denounce cow vigilantes

Supreme Court seeks report on incidents of cow vigilantism as government argues law and order is provincial issue

13:45, 20 July 2017 Thursday

28 killed as bus falls into gorge in northern India

18 men, 9 women, 1 child among dead in Himachal Pradesh  

12:02, 19 July 2017 Wednesday

India revokes Zakir Naik's passport

Zakir Naik's passport was revoked after the 51-year-old failed to respond to a showcause notice issued to him for personal appearance by July 13.

13:46, 18 July 2017 Tuesday

Indian soldier shoots officer dead in Jammu Kashmir

An Indian army officer was shot dead overnight by one of his own troops, the military said Tuesday.

03:02, 18 July 2017 Tuesday

Head of Jammu Kashmir calls for peace talks

Only way to resolve dispute is dialogue with pro-independence leaders, says Mehbooba Mufti

17:32, 16 July 2017 Sunday

Indian premier calls for action against cow vigilantism

Indian judge says country hands down tougher sentences to those who kill cows than unruly drivers who end up killing people

13:55, 16 July 2017 Sunday

16 pilgrims killed in bus crash in northern India

"16 people are now confirmed dead, 19 with serious injuries and eight others with minor injuries," Jammu and Kashmir police said in a statement Sunday.

15:09, 14 July 2017 Friday

Floods landslides kill more than 80 in India

Turkey's Foreign Ministry expresses condolences to India over losses of life due to unprecedented rain damage

17:58, 11 July 2017 Tuesday

Five killed 10 missing in landslide in remote India

An avalanche of mud and rock struck the village after weeks of heavy rain in Papum Pare district in the Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh along the border with China. 

15:23, 11 July 2017 Tuesday

Indian Supreme Court suspends cattle trade ban

The ruling stays law passed this May which banned sale of cows for slaughter in India  

16:06, 10 July 2017 Monday

Lightning strikes kill 31 in eastern India

Bihar state government announces compensation of $6,300 for families of victims

15:26, 09 July 2017 Sunday

Pakistan frees 78 Indian fishermen

"The fishermen were released from Karachi's Landhi jail," an official of the provincial home department of Sindh, Naseem Siddiqui told AFP.

18:25, 08 July 2017 Saturday

Disputed Kashmir shuts down protests erupt

Complete shutdown observed in region on anniversary of militant commander's death

12:31, 07 July 2017 Friday

India sends more troops to Jammu and Kashmir

Region tense on eve of 1-year anniversary of militant's death

17:19, 03 July 2017 Monday

Indian forces kill 2 Kashmiri militants Police

Police say gun battle with militants still in progress

14:52, 01 July 2017 Saturday

2 militants 2 civilians killed in disputed Kashmir

In 4 am siege, Indian forces open fire on civilians, say villagers, killing 2, including a woman

12:56, 27 June 2017 Tuesday

China lodges protest over Indian border incursion claim

The two countries have long been embroiled in a bitter dispute over their border, with both sides accusing soldiers of crossing over into the other's territory.

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