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Religion, free homes spur Mumbai's bazaar revamp
Farida Kachwala is vacating her family's cramped home of 80 years, one of thousands receiving modern apartments through a project that hopes to transform Mumbai's historic Bhendi Bazaar from a dilapidated ghetto into a slick Singapore-like enclave.
 
Coolin' down
Himalayan black bear Bhoomika has water sprinkled on him to keep him cool in an enclosure at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad, India on Friday, April 21 during an intense heatwave in the southern state of Telangana.
 
Lives half-lived: Hidden cost of Kashmir conflict
Muhammad Ashraf's eyes fill with tears, overwhelmed by grief and joy all at once, as he recounts being reunited with his family 26 years after they were torn apart by insurgency in disputed Kashmir.
 
Searching for an identity
A young Indian girl sits on a bed at a hospital in this image taken from video in Bahraich, northern India, Thursday, April 6. Indian police are reviewing reports of missing children from recent years to try to identify the girl who was found in a forest with a group of monkeys.
 
Renowned Indian classical singer Kishori Amonkar dies at 84
Singer Kishori Amonkar, renowned for her innovative interpretation of classical Indian music, has died, one of her students said Tuesday.
 
Dalai Lama, India border guard reunited
The Dalai Lama has had an emotional reunion with the Indian border guard who escorted him as he fled his native Tibet following a failed uprising nearly 60 years ago.
 
Srinagar send-off
An Indian police officer salutes over the coffin of a slain colleague during a wreath laying ceremony in Srinagar on Monday, April 3. A policeman was killed and at least 14 police personnel were injured in a grenade attack by suspected militants in the Nowhatta area of old Srinagar on Sunday.
 
Packing his bags
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama wears a Japi, a traditional Assamese head gear, and greets the audience during the platinum jubilee celebrations of Assam Tribune newspaper in Gauhati, India, Saturday, April 1. The Dalai Lama has recalled his 1959 flight to India from Tibet ahead of a visit to northeast India's Arunachal Pradesh state despite objections by China, which considers it a disputed region.
 
Kashmir fury as India troops make children do situps
The 11-year-old boy set out for a stroll with a friend in the main city of the disputed region of Kashmir. It was a sunny spring day, and quiet, during a general strike and after anti-India protests and clashes had subsided with no injuries reported.
 
Lights out at historic Delhi cinema after 84 years
After years of slow but steady decline the colonial-era Regal cinema, a New Delhi institution, is enjoying a late flourishing -- sadly just as it is about to close its doors.
 
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