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  • 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...
  • In India, farm crisis drives villagers to become migrant laborers

     In India, farm crisis drives villagers to become migrant laborers
    It shouldn't be tough to run into a human being most anywhere in a country of 1.2 billion people. Yet in Bodkha village in western India, there is hardly anyone visible on a recent steamy afternoon. The streets here are deserted not because families are...
  • American Gymkhana, Cress chefs collaborate on April 3 Indian-inspired, farm flavors dinner

    American Gymkhana, Cress chefs collaborate on April 3 Indian-inspired, farm flavors dinner
    Chefs Aarthi Sampath of Orlando's American Gymkhana and Hari Pulapaka of DeLand's Cress  are collaborating in a five-course dinner April 3 at Sampath's restaurant. Dubbed the Flavor Farms Series: Indian Heritage Meets Local Flavors at American Gymkhana....
  • Where in L.A. to find vada pav, Mumbai's most famous street snack

    Where in L.A. to find vada pav, Mumbai's most famous street snack
    Los Angeles, to its credit, is wonderfully in touch with the world’s street foods. You can find Korean blood sausage, Thai papaya salad, Japanese okonomiyaki, Salvadorian papusas, Oaxacan tacos and Shanghai soup dumplings in the span of a single...
  • In India, ban on film about 2012 Delhi gang rape stirs debate

    In India, ban on film about 2012 Delhi gang rape stirs debate
    The convicted rapist speaks of the crime in a voice that is cool, dispassionate — and terrifying. “A decent girl” wouldn’t have been out at 9 p.m., he says, and “a girl is far more responsible for a rape than a boy.”...
  • Conservative Hindus push bans on cattle slaughter in India

    At one of Asia’s largest slaughterhouses, there are more police officers than cattle. The stalls where butchers clean and quarter chicken, sheep, goats and pigs buzz with activity while the section reserved for bulls sits barren. A nearly month-...
  • Sikh group sues Bollywood actor in U.S. court over '84 India massacre

    Sikh group sues Bollywood actor in U.S. court over '84 India massacre
    Amitabh Bachchan is hardly a household name in the U.S., but in his native India, he is a megastar. He has appeared in more than 150 Bollywood films and served as a longtime host of the country's wildly popular version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"...
  • How do you treat pain when most of the world's population can't get opioids?

    How do you treat pain when most of the world's population can't get opioids?
    In the United States, where doctors write more than 250 million prescriptions for painkillers a year, the frequency of abuse and overdose represents a public health crisis. More than 15,000 Americans died from an overdose of prescription opioids in 2013....
  • India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party claims title of world's largest

    India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party claims title of world's largest
    In the battle of Asian giants, score this one for India. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party says it has surpassed the Communist Party of China to become the world’s largest political organization, with 88 million members. A furious enrollment...
  • Alabama policeman faces federal civil rights charge in confrontation with Indian man

    Alabama policeman faces federal civil rights charge in confrontation with Indian man
    An Alabama police officer already facing criminal charges for an incident in which he slammed a 57-year-old Indian man to the ground has been indicted on federal civil rights charge, prosecutors announced Friday. A grand jury indicted Eric Sloan Parker,...
  • Federal charge for Alabama ex-cop in confrontation with Indian man

    Federal charge for Alabama ex-cop in confrontation with Indian man
    A former Alabama police officer has been charged with violating the civil rights of an Indian man who was injured during a violent confrontation in February, authorities said Friday. Former Madison police officer Eric Sloan Parker is charged with...