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Facebook went on the offensive Wednesday in an escalating row with Indian authorities over a controversial initiative which the social network says is aimed at widening online access in the developing world.

The son of an Indian murder victim has confessed to stabbing his father's killer to death and chopping his body into 12 pieces, one for every year since his father was slain, media reported Tuesday.

A small Indian paramilitary plane crashed just outside New Delhi's main airport on Tuesday, killing all 10 people on board, officials said.

India's Supreme Court Monday rejected an appeal against the release of the youngest convict in an infamous fatal gang-rape, sparking fury from the victim's parents who said the ruling was a betrayal.
Court rejects request to reverse Delhi gang-rape convict release


For 12 hours a day, Raju Misra stands at his snack stall in the world's ultimate pollution blackspot, inhaling toxic fumes and railing against India's politicians for failing to clean up the filthy air.
Anger, fear at Delhi's pollution ground zero


The youngest convict in an infamous fatal gang-rape on a bus in New Delhi three years ago has been released from a youth correctional facility, Indian police said Sunday.
Delhi gang-rapist freed from detention: police


A New Delhi court granted bail to opposition leaders Sonia and Rahul Gandhi Saturday in a high-profile corruption case that has gripped India, as they accused political rivals of waging a malicious vendetta against them.

The cackle and cry of Kashmir's annual bird migration has long been a welcome ruckus for those living in the Indian-controlled Himalayan territory. It signals the summer's end, the coming snows and the global importance of Kashmir's environment for species arriving from as far as northern Europe and Japan.
Warmer days, wetland loss put Kashmir bird migration at risk


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday accused his arch-rival Narendra Modi of waging a political vendetta, branding the Indian premier a "psychopath" after federal investigators raided his administration's headquarters.

A rusted carving knife and a mallet lie on a steel table, while inside the cold storage rooms, bodies take up every square inch of the blood-stained floors.

A landmark mosque in Mumbai is facing pressure to overturn a ban on women entering its inner sanctum, a move that could set a precedent on gender restrictions to places of worship in the deeply religious country.

An Indian court Thursday cleared Bollywood superstar Salman Khan of killing a homeless man in a hit-and-run crash 13 years ago, acquitting him of all charges after he appealed his conviction.

Two train accidents in eastern and north India have claimed at least 14 lives, police and railroad officials said Tuesday.

India's chief justice has backed a plan to restrict cars on Delhi's roads and said he would be prepared to take the bus to work, calling on other judges to join, as the world's most polluted capital tries to clean up its filthy air.
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