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  • Electrical wire falls on bus in India, at least 17 dead

    An electrical wire fell on a bus carrying people to a wedding in western India on Friday, killing at least 17, a local official said. Government official Rekha Gupta said the bus was carrying more than 50 people to the wedding in Rajasthan state's Tonk...
  • Nek Chand, creator of India's iconic Rock Garden, dies at 90

    Indian artist Nek Chand, who created the Rock Garden, a sprawling display of quirky sculptures crafted out of discarded household items and waste in the northern city of Chandigarh, has died. He was 90. Chand died in a hospital in Chandigarh on Friday...
  • Myanmar denies Indian army crossed border to attack rebels

    A raid by India's army on insurgents accused of killing 18 Indian soldiers last week took place on Indian soil, not inside Myanmar as some Indian media reported, a Myanmar official said Thursday. Although Myanmar has relatively little control over the...
  • Pew: White-Native American adults largest multiracial group

    Non-Hispanic whites with American Indian ancestry make up a full half of the current population of mixed-race Americans but are among the least likely to say that they are multiracial, according to a study released Thursday. This population is also the...
  • Mumbai court bans joyriding in iconic horse-drawn carriages

    The blingy joyrides will soon be ending in Mumbai. Tourists hoping to roll down the city's cacophonous streets in one of its famed, horse-drawn carriages will have to do so before June 2016, when a court has ordered the carriages be banned, saying it was...
  • Indian police investigate minister in death of journalist

    Police on Wednesday began an investigation into the death of a journalist set on fire after he accused a state minister of being involved in illegal mining and land seizures in northern India. The freelance journalist, Joginder Singh, gave a statement to...
  • America's unwanted Ivy-League graduates flock to technology boom in India

    Kunal Bahl's American dream was coming together in late 2007. He had Ivy League degrees in business and engineering, a debut job at Microsoft and a roadmap to the career he'd always wanted in Silicon Valley. Then his application for a U.S. visa was...
  • Indian army attacks insurgents along border with Myanmar

    The Indian army on Tuesday attacked insurgent groups along its border with Myanmar days after the rebels killed 18 Indian soldiers in an ambush in the insurgency wracked remote northeast, a top army officer said. Major. Gen. Ranbir Singh, the officer,...
  • Indian police kill 12 Maoist rebels in eastern stronghold

    Police killed at least 12 Maoist rebels in a clash early Tuesday in one of their strongholds in eastern India. The police attacked the rebels as they were on their way to extort money from several mining contractors in Palamau district in Jharkhand...
  • India and Bangladesh finalize long-delayed land swap deal

    India and Bangladesh on Saturday finalized a much-delayed land swap agreement to settle a long-running border dispute. The deal — initially reached in 1974 but only recently ratified by India's Parliament — calls for the transfer of 111...
  • India Health Ministry says Nestle noodles failed safety test

    India's Health Ministry announced Friday that Nestle's popular brand of instant noodles failed to pass safety tests and ordered its removal from stores across the country. Nestle Global Chief Executive Paul Bulcke insisted that Maggi noodles "are...