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Developments in India-controlled Kashmir amount to military coup: Activist to Press TV
A Kashmiri activist has criticized the New Delhi government’s recent decision to strip the disputed Kashmir region of its special constitutional status, saying it seems like the restive Muslim-majority Himalayan region has been taken over by the Indian army in a “military coup,” Press TV reports.
India announces easing of brutal curfew over Kashmir
Officials in the disputed Indian-controlled Kashmir region have started restoring landline phone lines since imposing a brutal curfew and news blackout on the majority-Muslim territory in early August.
India envoy happy with positive trend of trade with Iran
The Indian ambassador to Iran said that trade between the two countries is on a positive trajectory despite sanctions imposed by the US, which have hampered New Delhi’s energy imports from Tehran.
Pakistan, India exchange fire after UN meet on Kashmir
India and Pakistan exchanged "heavy" cross-border fire on Saturday, after New Delhi's move to strip the restive Kashmir region of its autonomy prompted a rare meeting of the UN Security Council.
India floods kill more than 270, displace one million
Floods and landslides have killed more than 270 people in India this month, displaced one million and inundated thousands of homes across six states, authorities said on Wednesday after two weeks of heavy monsoon rains.
Ambassador: SPV for trade between India, Iran fully operational
The Bilateral Payment Arrangement for trade between Iran and India, called the special purpose vehicle (SPV), is fully operational, said Indian Ambassador to Iran Gaddam Dharmendra.
Car sales in India drop most in two decades
Passenger vehicle sales in India dropped the most in nearly two decades, with the decline extending for a ninth straight month amid a broader slowdown in Asia’s third-largest economy.
Nigeria’s Sheikh Zakzaky, wife head for India to receive medical care
Nigeria’s Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky has headed for India to receive treatment as his health condition is deteriorating after spending four years in detention along with his wife, who was also injured during a crackdown by Nigerian authorities in 2015.
Death toll from India floods reaches 147
The death toll from floods in the Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala, and Maharashtra rose to 147, state authorities said on Sunday, as rescue teams raced to evacuate people and waters submerged parts of a world heritage site.
Pakistan cuts last remaining transport link to India over Kashmir dispute
Pakistan has suspended a bus linking Lahore to India’s capital in reaction to New Delhi’s revocation of the autonomy of the disputed Kashmir region.
India monsoon floods kill at least 100
Floods have killed at least 100 people and displaced hundreds of thousands across much of India with the southern state of Kerala worst hit, authorities said Saturday.
Floods in India kill 33, displace thousands
Floods brought by heavy rains and overflowing rivers across large swathes of western and southern India have killed at least 33 people and forced the evacuation of 180,000 from their homes, officials said on Thursday.
India, Pakistan ‘clash in Kashmir’ at delicate moment
Violent clashes have reportedly erupted between Indian and Pakistani troops along the border in Kashmir, a significant escalation at a time of already high tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad.
India finding it hard to replace Iranian oil: Envoy
India’s ambassador to the US says American sanctions on Iran are hurting his country which is finding it hard to replace Iranian oil imports.
India finding it hard to replace Iranian oil: Envoy
India’s ambassador to the US said American sanctions on Iran are hurting his country, which is finding it hard to replace Iranian oil imports.

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