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India's ruling Congress party is expected to name the unproven 43-year-old Rahul Gandhi as its prime ministerial candidate on Friday as it turns once again to the country's top political dynasty to revive its fortunes.
India's Rahul Gandhi set to become PM candidate

 

A Danish tourist was gang-raped near a popular central shopping area in the Indian capital after she lost her way and asked for directions back to her hotel, police said Wednesday.
 

India marks three years since its last reported polio case on Monday, meaning it will soon be certified as having defeated the ancient scourge in a huge advance for global eradication efforts.
India defeats polio, advances global eradication

 

An Indian diplomat at the center of a bitter row with the United States told Sunday of her “immense stress” at leaving behind her young family in New York, and vowed to clear her name.
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Managers of an IT company in New Delhi were puzzled as they sifted through a pile of CVs — as many as 30 job seekers claimed to have worked previously for the same employer.
Desperate Indian job-seekers resort to fraud

 

The United States said it was withdrawing a diplomat from India in hopes it would end a bitter dispute that started with the arrest and strip search of an Indian diplomat in New York.
US withdraws diplomat after India demand

 

India's new anti-graft party has signed up tens of thousands of members in a nationwide recruitment drive as it seeks to build support ahead of general elections, an official said Saturday.
 

The United States said it was withdrawing a diplomat from India in hopes it would end a bitter dispute that started with the arrest and strip search of an Indian diplomat in New York.
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US withdraws diplomat after India expulsion demand

 

An anti-corruption hotline launched by the Indian capital's new graft-busting government was overwhelmed by thousands of calls on its first day, with the city's top politician saying the response exceeded “all expectations.”
 

The diplomatic spat between India and the United States flared anew Friday, with India asking the American Embassy to remove one of its officers despite the U.S. allowing an indicted Indian diplomat to return home.
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