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Thunderstorm across Indian states kills at least 60: radio
At least 60 people were killed in lightning strikes and by collapsing houses during a thunderstorm across northern and western India, state radio reported on Thursday quoting provincial officials.
Indians begin voting in second phase of mammoth general election
Voters across swathes of southern India began queuing up early on Thursday in the second phase of a mammoth, staggered general election in which opposition parties are trying to stop Prime Minister Narendra Modi from winning a second term.
India confident US cannot impose sanctions over S-400
India said it is confident it will avoid US sanctions over its purchase of Russia's S-400 missile system, which has become a lightning rod in American dispute with China and Turkey.
India’s Iran oil imports up 5% year-on-year despite US sanctions: Sources
India imported about five percent more oil from Iran in the last fiscal year through March as companies raised purchases ahead of US sanctions against Tehran from November, preliminary tanker arrival data obtained from shipping and industry sources showed.
India's giant election gets underway with voting in first of 7 phases
Indians began voting on Thursday in the first phase of a mammoth general election, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi gunning for a second term having campaigned strongly on his national security record following a flare up in tensions with Pakistan.
India trade ministry says no legal basis to ban e-cigarette imports
India’s trade ministry says it cannot impose a ban on electronic cigarette imports as there is no legal basis for doing so, an internal government memo viewed by Reuters shows, in a boost for those looking to tap into the country’s growing vaping market.
India’s soymeal exports to Iran up
According to the latest data released by the Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA), soymeal exports to Iran for the fiscal year 2018-19 stood at 508,050 tons, far higher than 22,910 tons reported in the previous year.
India in talks with US to extend Iranian oil sanctions waiver
that would allow the South Asian country to import Iranian oil without any repercussions. India was granted a six-month waiver to purchase oil from Iran after US sanctions on Iran went into effect in November 2018.
Reuters poll: India inflation seen inching up in March, but still below RBI target
India’s retail inflation is expected to have accelerated in March on slightly higher food prices but remain under the Reserve Bank of India’s medium-term target of four percent, a Reuters poll predicted.
Islamabad ‘has intel about India plan to attack Pakistan’
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says Islamabad has “reliable intelligence” that India has planned a likely attack against Pakistan in the third week of April.
India under Modi: A growing economy but not enough jobs
Narendra Modi had lofty ambitions for India when he came to power in a landslide election win in 2014.
Weak Indian demand drags March services growth to six-month low: PMI
India’s dominant services industry last month grew at its slowest pace since September, hampered by a weaker expansion in domestic demand that dragged the pace of hiring to a six-month low, a private survey showed.
Top Israeli delegation loses secret arms deal file at Ben Gurion Airport
A delegation of Israeli security officials has left classified documents about weapon deals on a table in Ben Gurion Airport as it was heading to India, where it was scheduled to hold talks with high-ranking military figures.
Single Indian rocket puts 29 satellites in three orbits
An Indian rocket on Monday placed domestic and foreign satellites in three different orbits on a single flight, a first for the nation and a low-cost option that could burnish its reputation for pioneering affordable options in space.
Iran, India discuss boosting trade ties
A seven-member parliamentary delegation from Iran met with Indian officials in Mumbai on Saturday, discussing ways to improve bilateral ties.

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