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  • Project aims to record stories from survivors of India split

    Sitting in his office while students stroll by under leafy shade trees and rickshaws tut-tut on a nearby road, Khawaja Muhammad Zakariya thinks back to a tumultuous time decades ago when his country was violently split in two: the partition of India....
  • Pakistani court orders release of accused terrorist

    Pakistani court orders release of accused terrorist
    A Pakistani court ordered the release Friday of the man accused of plotting the 2008 terrorist attacks in India’s financial capital, drawing a sharp rebuke from New Delhi and further roiling tensions between the rival neighbors. The high court...
  • Modi's Sri Lanka visit seen as move to tame China influence

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Sri Lanka on Friday reflects a bounce back in bilateral relations, as India seeks to mitigate China's growing influence at New Delhi's doorstep. Sri Lanka is the last stop on Modi's trip after visits to...
  • Vinod Mehta, editor of India's Outlook magazine, dies at 73

    Vinod Mehta, founding editor of India's Outlook magazine and a fearless and irreverent commentator on Indian politics, died Sunday. He was 73. Mehta died of multiple organ failure at New Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences, said hospital...
  • Solar plane pilots urge India to support clean energy drive

    The Swiss pilots of a solar-powered airplane on a historic round-the-world journey said Wednesday that they want the people of India to support their campaign for clean energy, a day after the aircraft landed in the country. Bertrand Piccard and Andre...
  • AP PHOTOS: India celebrates spring with festival of colors

    Holi, India's joyful and colorful celebration of the arrival of spring combined with several religious legends, has long ceased to be only a Hindu festival. The streets and lanes across most of India have turned into a large playground where people of...
  • Afghanistan pushes $10 billion gas pipeline in Taliban heartland

    KABUL It sounds good for Afghanistan on paper: Build a gas pipeline in about four years and start becoming financially self-sufficient after more than a decade of war. In reality, the $10 billion Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline...
  • Former Indian PM Singh faces charges in coal scandal

    A special Indian court on Wednesday summoned former prime minister Manmohan Singh, accusing him of criminal conspiracy and breach of trust for his alleged role in a multibillion dollar scandal over the sale of coal fields. The court's move comes...
  • 3 Indian officials suspended after lynching of rape suspect

    The government of northeastern India's Nagaland state has suspended three officials and deployed paramilitary soldiers after a mob stormed a high-security jail, dragged away a man accused of rape and then lynched him, officials said Saturday. Police have...
  • Banned Indian rape documentary debuts in US; Streep attends

    A rape documentary banned from airing in India received its U.S. premiere at a star-studded event on Monday that included actresses Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto. The screening of "India's Daughter" at Baruch College began with a vigil as the Oscar-...
  • EXCHANGE: People look abroad to find children

    Pooja Ballantine came home from school, grabbed a bagel and sat on a couch in the living room, surrounded by her adoptive family. Pooja is a 22-year-old Kishwaukee College student. In her free time she likes to hang out with her friends and play...