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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

    Business
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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

    South Asia
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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.

    South Asia
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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.

    World
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    Chinese troops enter Ladakh village, stop locals from celebrating Dalai Lama birthday

    Chinese soldiers protested the birthday celebrations of Tibetan Buddhist religious leader Dalai Lama by villagers in the Demchok area of Ladakh.The Chinese troops showed banners and posters.

    South Asia
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    23 killed, 27 hurt in incidents of lightning strike in India

    Twenty-three people, including 12 in Jaipur, were killed and 27 injured in incidents of lightning strikes in Rajasthan, officials said on Monday.Besides Jaipur, the deaths were reported from six other districts.

    South Asia
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    India Evacuates diplomats from Afghanistan as Taliban advances

    India has pulled out around 50 diplomats and security personnel from its consulate in Kandahar in Afghanistan in view of the deteriorating security situation and the Taliban.

    South Asia
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    Holbrooke’s Revenge: How Modi Led the Americans Back into Kashmir

    It’s quite astonishing that Prime Minister Narendra Modi spent 3.5 hours in the company of politicians from Kashmir on June 24. It is surprising because he and his government.

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    Dilip Kumar: An actors’ actor

    Dilip Kumar, who passed away on Wednesday in Mumbai at the age of 98, was the yardstick by which the performances of all other actors in the Sub-continent were judged

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    India discusses nuclear,space and defence copt. with Russia

    External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday said he held "productive" talks with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov and reviewed the progress on the broad.

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    Afghan gov’t delegation meets Taliban in Iran

    An Afghan government delegation has met Taliban representatives in Tehran, the Iranian foreign ministry says, as the armed group makes significant advances amid a pullout of US troops.

    Central Asia
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    RIP Dilip Kumar: India, Pakistan United In Grief For Iconic Actor

    Bollywood's most iconic actors passed away at the age of 98 on Wednesday. The overwhelming response to the iconic actor's departure is a testament to his charm which transcended all boundaries of space and time.

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    India's Flagship Global Conference Kickstarts in Delhi

    Along with foreign ministers from 12 countries, including Russia, Iran and the European Union, the National Security Adviser of Afghanistan and the Deputy NSA of the United States will also present their ideas.

    South Asia
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    Indian Supreme Court Ruling on Kashmir Internet Ban- An Analysis

    When a right is violated, the remedy has to be the restoration of the right. No matter how beautifully the lofty principles of fundamental rights are articulated, nothing can substitute for real action to restore them.

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    Mob Attack On JNU Campus In India Sparks Student Outrage

    Masked men allegedly from Hindutva groups attacked the students and teachers living on the campus with iron rods and pelted stones breaking window panes and furniture of the hostel rooms.

    South Asia
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    India Forces OIC to Water Down Meet on Kashmir

    The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation will convene a special meeting in Islamabad in April 2020 to discuss situation in Kashmir and the controversial anti-Muslim Citizenship Amendment Act in India.

    South Asia
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    Highly gratified by cooperation from ‘great friend’ India on Iran: US

    Washington: The United States is “highly gratified by co-operation from a great friend and partner like India” on the Iranian oil sanctions, the White House said on Wednesday as the Trump administration slapped sanctions

    South Asia
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    India’s parliament outlaws instant divorce for Muslims

    Indian lawmakers on Tuesday approved a bill to end the Muslim practice of instant divorce two years after the Supreme Court ruled that it violated the constitutional rights of Muslim women.

    South Asia
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    India’s new law aims to turn people into ‘terrorists’

    The Indian Parliament is set to ratify legislation that would authorise the federal government to designate individuals as “terrorists”, even without such persons being prosecuted or convicted.

    South Asia
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    Boy, 17, refuses to say 'Jai Shri Ram', set ablaze in India

    Unidentified individuals allegedly set a 15-year-old Muslim boy on fire in Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh on Friday for refusing to chant Jai Shri Ram, IANS reported. The boy is undergoing.

    South Asia
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    India launches historic moon mission

    India yesterday successfully launched its second mission to the moon, a week after a technical snag forced the South Asian nation to postpone the attempt.

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    Trump's Kashmir Mediation Comment Triggers Massive Political Row

    Donald Trump's stunning claim that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him to mediate on the Kashmir issue triggered a massive political row on Tuesday even as the government asserted.

    South Asia
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    India Rejects Trump's Mediation Claim,Says 'No Request Made'

    The Indian government has denied US President Donald Trump's astonishing claim that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him to mediate on Kashmir."We have seen @POTUS's remarks to the press that he is ready to media.

    South Asia

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