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Deluges of rain flood parts of India and Bangladesh

Pre-monsoon deluges have flooded parts of India and Bangladesh, killing at least 24 people in recent weeks and sending 90,000 people into shelters, authorities...

India puts harsh sedition law on hold

India’s top court has put the country’s colonial-era sedition law on hold. Critics said the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi was increasingly using it...

India seizes £577m from Chinese company Xiaomi

Indian authorities have seized £577 million from Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi, accusing it of breaking the country’s foreign exchange laws by making illegal remittances...

Google to invest £745m to push digitalisation in India

Google will invest up to one billion dollars (£745 million) in partnership with India’s Airtel to provide affordable access to smartphones to over a...

12 killed in crowd surge at Hindu shrine in Kashmir

A crowd surge at a popular Hindu shrine in Indian-controlled Kashmir on New Year’s Day killed at least 12 people and injured 15 others,...

India opens to vaccinated foreign tourists after 18 months

India has begun allowing fully vaccinated foreign tourists to enter the country on regular commercial flights on Monday, in the latest easing of coronavirus...

Hindus bathe in frothy, polluted Indian river

One of India’s most sacred rivers is covered with white toxic foam, making it appear to be coated with a thick layer of snow. A...

India passes one billion Covid vaccine doses milestone

India has administered one billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines. About 75% of India’s total eligible adult population has received at least one dose, while around...

Eight dead as downpours trigger landslides across southern Indian state

At least eight people have died and a dozen are feared missing after a day of torrential rain in the southern Indian state of...

India reopens for foreign tourists on charter flights as virus infections ebb

India has reopened to fully vaccinated foreign tourists traveling on chartered flights in the latest easing of its coronavirus restrictions as infection numbers decline. Foreign...

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