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India’s ruling-party leader and Netaji’s nephew Chandra Bose wants Muslims included in CAA

An "atmosphere of fear" is being created by both the ruling and opposition parties over the new citizenship law, West Bengal BJP vice president...

Malaysia talks to India over palm curbs as wider trade dispute looms

Malaysia is talking to the Indian government and trade officials in a bid to resolve concerns over New Delhi's new palm oil import restrictions,...

In India, a firebrand’s anti-Modi mantra resonates at nationwide protests

Standing on a stage in the centre of one of India's most prestigious universities, the firebrand politician looked out at the cheering supporters before...

Indian police battle anti-Modi protesters over disputed law

Indian police baton-charged protesters Sunday to stop them reaching Prime Minister Narendra Modi's car as nationwide protests against a bitterly disputed citizenship law entered...

Dispatches from the wettest place on earth

Every drop of rain water trickling down Tyllod Khongwir's rusty tin roof and into her house is collected -- even though she lives in...

Criticism of envoys visit to J&K unfounded: Indian MEA

India's External Affairs Ministry on Thursday said the objective of the visit by foreign envoys to Jammu and Kashmir was for them to see...

IndiGo to launch flight services to Dubai, Doha from Kolkata

Budget carrier IndiGo on Friday announced launch of its flight services to Dubai and Doha from Kolkata. IndiGo will commence operations on the Kolkata-Dubai route...

Envoys in Kashmir, get briefing from army, meet civil society members

A team of 15 envoys including the US Ambassador to India Kenneth I Juster arrived in Srinagar on Thursday on a two-day visit to...

Envoys from 16 nations, including Bangladesh, in Kashmir to assess ground situation

US Ambassador to India Kenneth I Juster along with envoys from Bangladesh and 14 other countries arrived in Srinagar on a two-day visit to...

Indian police open fire to clear strike protests

Indian police fired live rounds Wednesday to break up a protest by strikers taking part in nationwide action against government economic policies, officials said. The...