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May, 25, 2016

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Royals make Indian pancake, meet big fan
His Royal Highness Prince William tried his hand at Indian cookery Monday after he and wife Kate met perhaps their biggest fan in the country -- a dream come true for the 93-year-old.
Police hunt suspects in India temple fire that killed 110
Medical teams on Monday tended to hundreds of people injured in a massive fire that killed at least 110 people, while authorities searched for those responsible for illegally putting on the fireworks display that caused the weekend blaze at a Hindu temple in southern India.
More than 100 dead as fire sweeps Hindu temple in south India
More than 100 people were killed and nearly 400 injured when a massive fire swept through a Hindu temple in southern India during an unauthorized fireworks display early Sunday, officials said.
Will and Kate in Mumbai to meet and mingle
Britain's Prince William and wife Kate landed in Mumbai on Sunday for a tour of India that will see them play with slum children and mingle with Bollywood celebrities.
Massive fire kills at least 84 in south India temple complex
A massive fire broke out during a fireworks display in a south Indian temple early Sunday, killing more than 80 people and injuring at least 200 more, a top official said.
A special court in India has sentenced 47 policemen to life in prison for killing a group of Sikh pilgrims in 1991 whom they had claimed were militants, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
First woman chief minister of Indian Kashmir sworn in
The leader of a pro-India party on Monday became the first woman to become the chief minister of Indian Kashmir following the death of her father, the region's top elected leader.
Millions of voters head to the polls Monday in two Indian states, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party facing a tough fight as it tries to tighten its grip on power nationally.
Women have a fundamental right to enter temples, an Indian high court has said, possibly paving the way for an easing of gender restrictions at places of worship across the country.
Mainland China has blocked a request from India to add the head of the Pakistani militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad to a U.N. sanctions blacklist, U.N. diplomats said Friday.
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