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    CIA Officer Reports 'Havana Syndrome' Symptoms On India Trip: Reports

    A CIA officer who was traveling with agency director William Burns to India this month reported symptoms consistent with Havana syndrome, CNN and the New York Times/

    South Asia
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    Climate crisis triggers spike in lightning strike deaths in India

    Faizuddin is still traumatised from the lightning strike that killed his three friends as they took selfies atop a 400-year-old fort in India, where climate change is making.

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    India locks down Kashmir after quiet burial of separatist Geelani

    Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the veteran separatist leader from Indian-administered Kashmir, has been laid to rest as the Indian authorities crack down on public movement and impose.

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    India holds talks with senior Taliban official, first since fall of Kabul

    India’s ambassador to Qatar held talks with a top Taliban leader on Tuesday, the Indian foreign ministry said, the first formal engagement since the group took over Afghanistan.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan Interest In Afghanistan To Counter Indian Influence, Says US Report

    Pakistan's strategic security objectives in Afghanistan almost certainly continue to be countering Indian influence and mitigating spillover of the Afghan civil war into.

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    Taliban Breifly Detain 150 Indians For Questioning Near Kabul Airport

    A group of Indian nationals is learnt to have been stopped and taken to an unknown location near the Kabul airport on Saturday for questioning and verification of travel.

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    Afghan Fallout: Is Chabahar Now A Dead Investment For India?

    India has emerged as the sore loser of recent developments in Afghanistan if one considers New Delhi’s foot-dragging on a major port project in southeastern Iran.

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    PM Modi Unfurls Tricolour At Red Fort As India Celebrates 75th Independence Day

    India is celebrating 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav', marking the 75th year of Independence, amid patriotic fervour. A series of events are being organised across the country to mark the occasion.

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    Taliban warns India against playing any military role in Afghanistan

    The Taliban appreciated India's humanitarian and developmental efforts in Afghanistan such as building the Salma Dam, roads, and other infrastructure projects in the country.

    Central Asia
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    3 Accused Of Assaulting Muslim Man In UP Get Bail 24 Hours After Arrest

    A one-minute video of the incident surfaced on social media, in which Asrar is seen being thrashed by some violent men. Asrar's crying little daughter is seen clinging on to her father and trying to to protect him

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    India shuts last consulate in Afghanistan and evacuates citizens

    India sent a military plane to northern Afghanistan on Tuesday to pull out its citizens, officials said, as fighting raged between Afghan security forces and the advancing Taliban.

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    India Considers Sharp Import Tax Cuts On EVs After Tesla Lobbying: Report

    India is considering slashing import duties on electric cars to as low as 40%, two senior government officials told Reuters, days after Tesla Inc's appeals for a cut polarised the country's auto industry.

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    How the US, China, India, Pakistan and Russia are reshaping South Asia

    South Asia has emerged as the convergence point of American, Chinese, and Russian interests in the run-up to the US’ military withdrawal from Afghanistan, which makes this region the most geo-strategically significant

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    Coronavirus likely to lock India's women out of job market for years

    Savitri Devi has been searching for work since she lost her job at a garment factory in New Delhi, along with half her co-workers, when sales plummeted at the start of.

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    Blinken on official visit issues veiled critique on Indian democracy, rights

    NEW DELHI: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued a veiled warning on Wednesday about Indian democracy backsliding in his first official visit to New Delhi.

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    US wants Pakistan, India to work for more stable ties

    India and Pakistan need to work with each other to resolve their bilateral issues, the United States has said, observing that it had always encouraged the two neighbours to.

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    Pakistan seeks UN probe of India's use of Pegasus spyware

    Pakistan called on the United Nations on Friday to investigate whether India used Israeli-made Pegasus spyware to spy on public figures including Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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    Modi rival demands India inquiry into Pegasus claims

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's main political rival Rahul Gandhi on Friday demanded an inquiry into the Pegasus spyware scandal, accusing the government of “treason”.

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    India raids media companies critical of govt handling of Covid-19 crisis

    Indian tax authorities on Thursday raided a prominent newspaper and a TV channel that have been critical of the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, triggering accusations of intimidation.

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    US says India "remains challenging place" to do business

    India "remains a challenging place" to do business, the US has said, urging it to foster an attractive and reliable investment climate by reducing barriers to investment

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    Uproar in India’s parliament over spying scandal

    India’s parliament erupted in protests on Tuesday as opposition lawmakers accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government of using military-grade spyware

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    'India’s excess deaths during COVID could be over 4 million'

    India’s excess deaths during the pandemic could be a staggering 10 times the official COVID-19 toll, likely making it modern India’s worst human tragedy, according to the.

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    Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty’s husband arrested in porn case

    Mumbai police have arrested Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty’s husband, Raj Kundra, for allegedly producing and broadcasting pornographic films online, six years after the.

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    50,000 Phone Numbers Worldwide On List Linked To Israeli Spyware

    Pegasus, an Israeli-made spyware was believed to have been used to snoop on at least 300 Indian phone numbers that includes over 40 senior journalists, opposition leaders.

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