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  • Indian jihadist group calls for attacks on non Muslims

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A group of Indian Islamic militants, operating out of Pakistan, has called for attacks on non Muslims in the region in retaliation for U.S.-led air strikes on fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. The head of the little-...
  • Small city routes hold big potential for India airlines

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The airport in Patna, one of India's smaller cities and the capital of its poorest state, is so crowded that government authorities this year said they need to build another one. The airport has seen the number of passengers, and...
  • Busan Film Review: 'Sunrise'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The anguish and guilt of a policeman whose young daughter has gone missing are powerfully conveyed in "Sunrise," the first dramatic feature by Indian helmer Partho Sen-Gupta since the well-received "Let the Wind Blow" (2004). A...
  • India's Modi makes radio medium for change

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered on Friday the first of many radio addresses he plans to make to mobilize support among ordinary people for his agenda of change. Modi used his maiden address to urge hundreds of millions...
  • Modi aims to shake up sanitation with Clean India drive

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - His hands protected by torn orange gloves, Dalbira Singh has a grim job scraping waste from train toilets from the tracks at New Delhi's Hazrat Nizamuddin station, a few minutes from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office. Like an...
  • Asian currencies to rise over next year but Fed hike to limit gains: Reuters poll

    BANGALORE (Reuters) - Emerging Asian currencies will rise a little over the next year on improved economic activity, although the Federal Reserve's anticipated policy tightening could limit gains, a Reuters poll showed. Almost every major Asian currency,...
  • Jayalalitha Jailing Sets Indian Filmworkers on Fast

    Film workers in Tamilnadu state in southern India are fasting in support of the state's top pol, Jayalalitha, a former actress, who has been jailed on corruption charges in neighboring Karnataka state. Above- and below-the-line industryites...
  • India fumes at 'robbery in the ring' in Korea

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's media and the country's boxing community both believe that L Sarita Devi was "robbed in the ring" by biased judges in her lightweight semi-final bout at the Asian Games in South Korea. Local favorite Park Ji-na was...
  • Nobel Laureates condemn South Africa visa denial to Dalai Lama

    DHARAMSALA India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nobel Peace Laureates Jody Williams and Shirin Ebadi on Wednesday slammed South Africa's refusal to give fellow laureate and Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, a visa to attend a peace conference...
  • Modi to wield broom in nationwide 'Clean India' campaign

    NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take up a broom and sweep the filthy streets of the capital on Thursday, launching a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of cleanliness and better sanitation. The Swachh...
  • Pentagon upbeat on U.S.-India bid to deepen defense ties

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A top Pentagon official said on Tuesday he had "high expectations" for a joint U.S.-Indian effort to deepen defense ties, but it could take a while to reach agreement on specific weapons to develop or produce together. "Prime...