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Indian police investigate New Year sex attacks
Indian police have filed a case after finding "credible" evidence that groups of men sexually assaulted women at a New Year's eve celebration, an incident that has sparked widespread outrage.
 
IIndia's top court on Monday ruled that election candidates cannot use religion or caste to seek votes, describing them as corrupt practices under electoral laws.
 
The chief minister of India's most populous state of Uttar Pradesh tried Sunday to seize control of its ruling party from his father in another twist to a family feud that has made headlines for weeks.
 
The toll from a deadly mine collapse in eastern India's Jharkhand state rose to 11 on Saturday with rescue workers searching for more dead bodies under the rubble.
 
8 dead, scores missing after India mine collapse
At least eight workers were killed and scores more feared trapped on Friday after a massive mound of earth caved in at a coal mine in eastern India.
 
INFAMOUS DIAMOND Tracing the bloody history of the 'cursed' Koh-i-Noor
Many precious stones have a blood-soaked history, but a new book reveals the world's most famous diamond the Koh-i-Noor surpasses them all, with a litany of horrors that rivals "Game of Thrones."
 
Police have rescued 70 victims of human trafficking, including 33 children, in a restive and impoverished region of central India, an official said Thursday.
 
Nearly 600 people died in Indian police custody from 2009-2015, many after being tortured, a human rights group said Monday, urging India to implement a string of often-ignored regulations and prosecute officers involved in the mistreatment of prisoners.
 
India Saturday announced the names of the new army and airforce chief along with the heads of the country's spy agencies.
 
10 people killed as Cylone Vardah hits south India tech-hub Chennai
At least 10 people were killed when Cyclone Vardah slammed into the southern Indian tech hub of Chennai, bringing down houses and cutting off the electricity supply, authorities said Tuesday.
 
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