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June, 29, 2016

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Indian police said Monday a man has been charged with murdering his friend after a heated argument over whether Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo is the world's best soccer player.
 
Indian state Gujurat put on high alert amid fears of militant attack
India has rushed elite security forces to its western state of Gujarat after an intelligence report that some 10 militants may have crossed over from Pakistan, police said Sunday.
 
Hundreds of Tibetans join funeral of schoolboy
Hundreds of grieving Tibetans on Sunday joined the funeral procession for a 16-year-old schoolboy who died after setting himself on fire to protest against mainland Chinese rule.
 
A U.S. government team that monitors religious freedom around the world has been denied visas to India, New Delhi's Embassy in Washington confirmed Friday.
 
A group of Indian banks has petitioned a court seeking the arrest of liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the beleaguered businessman accused of defaulting on hundreds of millions in U.S. dollars in loans, a lawyer said Saturday.
 
A Tibetan schoolboy living in India has died four days after setting himself on fire to protest mainland Chinese rule, the hospital treating him said Friday.
 
The United States maintains close ties with both Pakistan and India because this helps reduce tensions between these two South Asian nuclear-armed neighbors, according to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
 
A man in western India fatally stabbed 14 members of his family, including seven children, early Sunday before hanging himself, police said.
 
Mumbai sets no-selfie zones as selfie-linked deaths rise
Look around in any major Indian city, and you will find someone with an arm outstretched, mobile phone in hand, smiling widely and clicking away. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi has embraced the medium, posting pictures online he's snapped with various world leaders.
 
Amnesty International has joined a growing chorus accusing India of supporting a climate of intolerance by cracking down on dissent through arbitrary arrests, caste-based discrimination, extrajudicial killings and attacks on freedom of expression.
 
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