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India stops Kashmir newspapers from printing
Authorities in India's portion of Kashmir have shut down printing presses and temporarily banned newspapers from publishing in a sweeping information blackout after days of anti-India protests left dozens of people dead in the volatile region.
 
Twenty-one laborers died after drinking toxic homemade liquor in northern India, police said Sunday, in the latest incident of alcohol poisoning in the country.
 
India's 'gold man' beaten to death: report
An Indian businessman who made headlines in 2013 for purchasing one of the world's most expensive shirts made entirely of gold has been beaten to death in western India, according to a report Friday.
 
The family of a Muslim man lynched in India over rumors he had eaten beef could face criminal charges after they were accused of slaughtering a cow -- a taboo in the mainly Hindu country.
 
Four days of deadly clashes between anti-India protesters and government troops have left hospitals in India's portion of Kashmir overwhelmed, with hundreds of wounded patients pouring in, doctors said Wednesday. The violence has left 31 dead and more than 1,400 injured.
 
Kashmir seethes as 25 killed amid protests
Indian authorities were struggling Monday to contain protests by Kashmiris angry after 25 people were killed in weekend demonstrations, as youths defied a curfew to rally in the streets against the killing of a top anti-India rebel leader.
 
15 die as protests roil Indian Kashmir after rebel's death
The death toll in Kashmir rose to 15 Sunday as clashes between Indian troops and protesters continued despite a curfew imposed in the disputed Himalayan region to suppress anti-India violence following the killing of a popular rebel commander.
 
Indian rapper targets United States chemical giant in bid for damages
An Indian rapper is targeting Dow Chemical with rhymes -- demanding the U.S. company pay more in victims' compensation and environmental damages stemming from a horrific chemical gas leak that killed thousands of people and sickened countless others.
 
Congolese student Arnold Mutumbo Muama refuses to be cowed by a spate of racist violence towards Africans in India's capital New Delhi, defiant after a friend was beaten up by security guards at his apartment block.
 
Indian Kashmir seethes after killing of top rebel
Indian authorities imposed an indefinite curfew in most parts of Kashmir on Saturday after government forces killed the top rebel commander in the disputed Himalayan region, officials said, describing it as a major success against rebels fighting Indian rule.
 
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