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Indian states must provide clean air and water or pay damages
The Indian Supreme Court has declared that state governments will have to pay their citizens compensation if they fail to provide clean air and water.
Four Iranian films to be screened at Indian festival
Four Iranian films are slated to take part in the 50th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), to be held from November 20 to 28 in Goa.
Indian capital in 'day-to-day battle' with smog as cool weather sets in
Cooler temperatures and lighter wind trapped heavy smog over the Indian capital on Wednesday, pushing pollution to “severe” levels in many places with no immediate relief in sight, government agencies said.
Indian officials deny clampdown on Kashmir
Since India stripped Kashmir of its autonomous status in August, not even a single prayer has been offered in mosques across the Muslim majority Kashmir. Indian officials claim these precautionary measures are taken to prevent large religious gatherings from turning into anti-India demonstrations.
Indian armoured vehicles bar Kashmiris from entering mosques for Friday prayers
People in Kashmir say authorities barred them from entering mosques for Friday prayers as India continues its security clampdown over the Muslim-majority Himalayan region.
Green environment behind push for public transport, EVs in India: Minister
Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that the tax proposals in the Union Budget for Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) on fossil fuels and electric cars must push people to avoid polluting fuels and adopt either electric vehicles or public transport.
Six Hindu men convicted of rape, murder of 8-year old Muslim girl in India
An Indian court has convicted six Hindu men for involvement in the gang rape and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl in Jammu and Kashmir last year.
4 killed, 18 injured in gun battle between rival Indian political parties
A gun battle between supporters of India's ruling right-wing party and a regional rival party has left four people dead and more than a dozen others injured in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal.
5 bodies spotted in search for climbers in Indian Himalayas
Five bodies were spotted high on a mountain in the Indian Himalayas on Monday (June 3) during an aerial search for eight climbers feared swept away in an avalanche last week, a government official said.
Indian consumption slowing, so country looking for boost from exports
Amid falling sales in key sectors, India’s consumption-fueled growth is hitting a roadblock, spelling trouble for Asia’s third-largest economy.
Exit polls predict win for incumbent Indian PM Modi
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling alliance led by the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to win a majority in the parliament, as voting ends in the South Asian country’s marathon general elections.
Indian envoy: Nowruz originally Persian festivity
Beijing, March 25, IRNA – Numerous countries celebrate Nowruz across the world, but it should be remembred that the festivity is originally Persian, India's envoy to China said on Monday.
Indian journalist hails Imam Ali as first Muslim in world
A prominent Indian Urdu journalist believes that Hazrat Ali was the first man in the world to accept Islam and so, he is the first Muslim in the world.
Pakistan returns captured Indian pilot in ‘peace gesture’
Pakistan has released an Indian pilot whom it had captured after shooting down his fighter jet, in “a peace gesture” aimed at deescalating dangerously high tensions with India.

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