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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.
 
Fog alert
Tourists walk through thick fog near the statue of Maharaja Ranjit Singh on a cold morning in Amritsar, India on Monday, Dec. 12. Seasonal heavy fog and cold weather disturbed train, bus and air schedules in northern India as temperatures dipped toward freezing.
 
Building collapse in India kills 9
Nine people died after an under-construction building collapsed in southern India but a 4-year-old boy and his mother were pulled alive from the rubble, police said Saturday.
 
Thousands mourn beloved leader of southern Indian city
Hundreds of thousands of people thronged the southern Indian city of Chennai on Tuesday to honor their late beloved leader, Jayaram Jayalalithaa, a former film actress and popular politician.
 
Ready for anything
Indian navy personnel display their skills during Naval Day celebrations at the Arabian Sea in Mumbai, India, Sunday, Dec. 4.
 
The snake-catching tribe that's saving lives in India
A small scythe, a crowbar and a bundle of canvas bags are all that Kali and Vedan carry when they venture into the fields of southern India to catch some of the world's deadliest snakes.
 
A U.S. woman has told police she was gang raped at a top hotel in the Indian capital during a visit earlier this year -- the latest in a series of alleged sexual assaults against tourists.
 
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