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India on Tuesday pulled out of a key regional summit in Pakistan citing an increase in cross-border terrorist attacks, as tension between the nuclear-armed neighbours escalates.
 
India threatens to review Pakistan water-sharing pact
India has said it may review the 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan, an agreement to share the waters of six cross-border rivers, following a terror attack on an Indian Army camp in Kashmir recently.
 
A Samsung Note 2 phone emitted smoke and sparks on a flight from Singapore to southern India, the airline said.
 
India inks US$8.8 bil. deal to buy 36 French Rafale fighter jets
India signed a formal agreement Friday to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from France's Dassault for 7.9 billion euros (US$8.8 billion), one of its biggest defense deals in decades.
 
Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir have charged a leading human rights activist under a controversial security law and rearrested him, shortly after a court ordered him freed, a police officer said Thursday.
 
Thousands in India for rare Buddhist festival
Hundreds of thousands of monks, devotees and tourists have flocked to India's remote Ladakh region for a rare Buddhist festival, dubbed the "Kumbh Mela of the Himalayas" by promoters.
 
Indian police said Friday they have arrested a prominent Kashmiri activist who was this week prevented from travelling to Geneva, where he had been due to brief U.N. officials on the strife-torn region.
 
Ganesha Festival in India
Hindu devotees participate in a procession towards the Arabian Sea where a giant idol of the elephant-headed god Ganesha will be immersed on the final day of the ten-day long Ganesha Chaturthi festival in Mumbai, India, Thursday, Sept. 15.
 
Deaths fan the flames in Indian Kashmir
One was the poster boy of Indian Kashmir's uprising, the other a seemingly random victim of a surge of violence that shows little sign of ending.
 
Violence eases as curfew imposed in Bangalore
Incidents of looting and vandalism eased Tuesday in parts of India's information technology hub of Bangalore after authorities imposed a curfew amid widespread protests overnight over India's top court ordering the southern state of Karnataka to release water from a disputed river to a neighboring state.
 
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