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India cows get glow-in-the-dark horns to stop crashes
Police in central India are sticking glow-in-the-dark strips on the horns of stray cattle to prevent motorists from crashing into them.
London issues first offshore rupee bond
An Indian bank on Monday issued the first ever offshore rupee-denominated bond in London.
India, Pakistan edge closer to joining SCO security bloc
India and Pakistan inched closer Friday to joining a regional security and economic bloc led by Russia and China.
Mass casualties feared as flyover collapses in Indian city: 14 dead, 78 injured
A partially built flyover collapsed in India's eastern city of Kolkata. 14 dead, 78 injured, control room set up, helpline number 1070.
India pledges billions for farmers in 'populist' budget
India’s government pledged billions of dollars to help struggling farmers and boost the rural economy as it unveiled its annual budget.
India's Modi to address huge London rally, lunch with queen
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address a huge rally at London'sWembley Stadium and have lunch with Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, the second day of his visit to Britain.
Cameron announces £9bn in UK-India deals during Modi visit
Prime Minister David Cameron said British and Indian companies will announce deals worth a total of £9.0 billion during his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi's visit to Britain.
India's choked capital fails to collect new 'pollution toll'
New Delhi has failed to collect a new "pollution toll" from trucks entering the city, just one day after the levy was introduced to improve air quality in the choked city.
India's Modi urges 'comprehensive' climate deal
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Thursday for a "comprehensive and concrete" agreement on climate change in December, as he addressed African leaders at a major summit in New Delhi.
Facebook's Zuckerberg in India to get 'next billion online'
Facebook chief executive and founder Mark Zuckerberg said he believes India will be crucial to getting "the next billion online" and helping to alleviate poverty.
Pakistan premier urges US to take its side against India
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif urged the United States to take Pakistan's side in its long-standing dispute with rival nuclear power India or run the risk of escalating conflict.
Modi promises German companies easy ride as Merkel visits
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged German companies to do business in India and promised tax and other economic reforms, on the final day of Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit.
Angela Merkel on German business mission to India
Angela Merkel began a mission to clear the path for German companies keen to do business in India, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks to the European powerhouse to help revive its economy.
India PM makes rock star appearance at Facebook
Standing side-by-side with Mark Zuckerberg, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a rock star appearance at Facebook, advocating for the political power of social media.
Pakistan marks 50th anniversary of India war amid tensions
Pakistan marked the 50th anniversary of its second war with arch-rival India, weeks after the two nuclear powers faced off in some of their deadliest skirmishes for over a decade.
Tens of thousands take holy dip at India's Kumbh Mela
Tens of thousands of Hindu pilgrims and holy men washed away their sins with a religious dip on the first main bathing day of India's Kumbh Mela festival.
Fear and despair in Kashmir as India-Pakistan talks falter
India and Pakistan aborted rare talks on their festering conflict in Kashmir this weekend under a cloud of recriminations.
Indian premier discusses cooperation with UAE
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks Sunday with Abu Dhabi's crown prince on bolstering cooperation with the United Arab Emirates at the start of a two-day visit.
India summons Pakistan envoy over civilian deaths in Kashmir
India summoned Pakistan's envoy in New Delhi Sunday to protest against civilian deaths in recent troop firings along their disputed border.
Corruption eating away at India 'like a termite': Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi warned Saturday that corruption was eating away at India "like a termite".
22 january 2013, 18:46
Israelis vote in elections seen swinging to the right
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