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Violence eases as curfew imposed in Bangalore
Incidents of looting and vandalism eased Tuesday in parts of India's information technology hub of Bangalore after authorities imposed a curfew amid widespread protests overnight over India's top court ordering the southern state of Karnataka to release water from a disputed river to a neighboring state.
 
Prayers in New Delhi
Indian Muslims offer Eid al-Adha prayers at Jama Masjid in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Sept. 13.
 
Indian soldiers kill four militants as police officer dies in Kashmir strife
A police officer and four militants were killed in separate incidents Sunday in Indian administered-Kashmir as hundreds of residents clashed with security forces in the region hit by weeks of deadly unrest.
 
Prayers and flowers
An Indian villager offers prayers over the bodies of two female elephants after they were electrocuted next to an electricity pole at Kiranchandra Tea Garden, on the outskirts of Siliguri on Saturday, Sept. 10.
 
'Ice man' keeps up tradition in New Delhi heat
As the temperature heads towards 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in New Delhi, Ram Babu sets off on his bicycle in an unlikely race against time to deliver ice before it melts.
 
The former women's minister of the Indian capital -- who was sacked over a "sex tape" -- has now been arrested following a claim by a woman shown in the tape that he raped her, an investigator said Sunday.
 
India said Saturday it is giving Vietnam half a billion dollars in credit to boost defense ties, the latest security deal between the two nations seeking to counter Beijing's muscle-flexing in the South China Sea.
 
Begging for livelihood
An elderly homeless woman asks for alms on the streets in Kolkata, India, Wednesday, Aug. 31. Some 800 million people in the country live in poverty, many of whom migrate to big cities in search of a livelihood and often ending up on the streets.
 
Visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry began holding talks with India's top leaders Tuesday, after the world's two largest democracies signed an agreement strengthening their defense ties.
 
India called out for failing to protect journalists
India is failing to help and protect journalists who are facing violent threats or attacks for their work, an international watchdog agency said Monday, noting a pattern of resistance in investigating crimes targeting reporters.
 
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