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Roller sports athlete hauls in her third gold in two days
Princes William and Harry 'glad' to walk behind their mother's coffin
Universiade athletes are loving this Taiwanese treat
34 injured, flights cancelled as typhoon batters Hong Kong
Maduro seeks Interpol arrest warrant for former attorney general
Indian railway officials suspended after deadly weekend train crash
Four senior railway officials have been suspended after a weekend train accident that killed 21 passengers in India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh at the weekend.
Indian media hit back at 'racist' Chinese video amid border tensions
A video published on China's state-run media with derogatory depictions of Indians has provoked accusations of racism in India.
Denied an abortion, a raped 10-year-old Indian girl delivers her baby
Indian law prohibits medical termination of pregnancies after 20 weeks except when the mother's life is at risk.
Indian women are using midnight selfies to mock a sexist politician
Hashtag pushback comes after male politician questions why a woman was reportedly stalked was out at night.
Doctors are stunned after a baby was born 'pregnant' with his twin
Baby inception: Only 100 such cases of fetus-in-fetu have been documented worldwide.
This 'lady-oriented' film has opened in India after a long battle with censors
'Lipstick Under My Burkha,' a film about four small-town Indian women, has been released after winning a lengthy battle with India's film certification board.
India's age-old caste bias isn't going away, even with a historic election
India is witnessing its first-ever election contest between candidates from the lowest Hindu caste for the country's highest post: the presidency.
Several men have drowned in India while taking selfies
The accident occurred when a group of 10 men were out on a fishing boat taking selfies and videos for social media.
Hardscrabble children sell corn in the heat by India's roads
Every 100 meters or so along a busy expressway on the outskirts of New Delhi, you'll find a child selling corn -- quite possibly a child too young to be working legally.
Peacocks don't have sex, but rather shed tears to conceive, according to a judge in western India whose unique theories have set off a social media storm in the country.
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