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  • New Delhi bans Uber over rape case, says it failed to check driver's past

    New Delhi bans Uber over rape case, says it failed to check driver's past
    The New Delhi state government on Monday banned Uber, the popular U.S.-based car service, after one of its drivers appeared in court on suspicion of sexually assaulting a passenger in the Indian capital over the weekend. Indian news media also...
  • Uber banned from operating in New Delhi, India after rape accusation

    Uber banned from operating in New Delhi, India after rape accusation
    Uber has been banned from operating in the Indian capital after a female passenger accused one of its drivers of rape, a case that has reignited a debate about the safety of women in the South Asian nation. Uber, which had employed the driver even though...
  • WTO reverses much of ruling in Indian challenge to U.S. steel duties

    An appeals board of the World Trade Organization reversed much of an earlier ruling against the United States on Monday, but it said U.S. duties on Indian steel broke WTO rules and asked the United States to bring them into line with its regulation. In...
  • Uber driver in India arrested on sexual assault charges

    Uber driver in India arrested on sexual assault charges
    An Indian driver with the U.S.-based Uber car service was arrested Sunday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a female passenger in New Delhi, authorities said. The arrest of 32-year-old Shiv Kumar Yadav came after a daylong police manhunt and marked...
  • Indian PM looks to eastern state for future of farming

    From his sleepy village in eastern India's Bihar state, Ram Narain arrives at Gulab Bagh market to sell a truckload of corn that will fetch him enough money to buy a motorbike for his son, school uniforms for his daughter and a gift for his wife....
  • Attacks in Indian Kashmir appear aimed at disrupting elections

    Attacks in Indian Kashmir appear aimed at disrupting elections
    Four coordinated attacks by heavily armed militants left 21 people dead in the India-controlled portion of Kashmir on Friday, just three days before a campaign stop planned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indian news media reported. The deadly assaults...
  • Eleven Indian soldiers, police dead in attack on camp in Kashmir

    Eleven Indian soldiers, police dead in attack on camp in Kashmir
    Militants sneaked into an Indian military camp in Kashmir on Friday, killing 11 soldiers and police, the worst losses for security forces in six years in the Himalayan territory claimed by Pakistan. The attack was followed by a gun battle in the state...
  • India's Narendra Modi apologizes for official's remarks on non-Hindus

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday rebuffed calls to fire a member of his Cabinet over her characterization of non-Hindus as “illegitimate children,” which touched off a storm of protest among opposition parties. Modi apologized...
  • Fair-trade champion and MarketPlace founder empowers artisans in India

     Fair-trade champion and MarketPlace founder empowers artisans in India
    It's not the joy of shopping or wearing handmade clothes from a select group of artisans in India that gives Pushpika Freitas pleasure. Rather, it's the ripple effect that comes from seeing how employment, and the ability to earn wages, can empower...
  • Weston school campus beautified

    Weston school campus beautified
    More than 400 people recently turned out to help beautify Indian Trace Elementary School as it celebrates 25 years in Weston. Teacher Kathryn Puccio has worked with faculty, volunteers, the student Green Team, the PTA and Home Depot for the annual Green...
  • Israel and Pakistan, historical twins

    Israel and Pakistan, historical twins
    "Pakistan is like Israel, an ideological state," said then Pakistani President Zia ul-Haq in 1981. "Take out the Judaism from Israel and it will fall like a house of cards. Take Islam out of Pakistan and make it a secular state, it would collapse." It's...