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Exiled Tibetans re-elect Lobsang Sangay
Exiled Tibetans have re-elected Lobsang Sangay as their leader, the election commission said Wednesday, five years after the Dalai Lama ceded political power in a bid to foster democracy and secure his succession.
 
A huge landslide hit a camp for construction workers in a remote part of northeast India on Friday, killing at least 16, police said.
 
Attacked Indian horse Shaktiman buried with police honors
A horse was buried with "police honors" after dying from injuries suffered in an attack allegedly by an Indian politician, with his death triggering renewed outrage.
 
As one of New Delhi's thousands of street children, Jyoti Kumari knows more than most about the goings on in the Indian capital's desperate and sometimes brutal underbelly.
 
In Indian-held Kashmir, 'fearless mobs' help militants escape
In a graveyard at his school in Indian Kashmir, principal Ghulam Ahmed Bhat stares sadly at a mound of freshly dug earth after another former pupil was killed in the region's conflict.
 
Curfew imposed in Kashmir after Indian army kills three
Indian authorities on Wednesday imposed a curfew in parts of Kashmir to stop fresh anti-India demonstrations following the killings of three people by Indian troops and a general strike called by separatists.
 
The U.S and India have reached a preliminary agreement that will make it easier for the two countries' militaries to work together in disasters or other emergencies, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Tuesday.
 
Royals make Indian pancake, meet big fan
His Royal Highness Prince William tried his hand at Indian cookery Monday after he and wife Kate met perhaps their biggest fan in the country -- a dream come true for the 93-year-old.
 
Police hunt suspects in India temple fire that killed 110
Medical teams on Monday tended to hundreds of people injured in a massive fire that killed at least 110 people, while authorities searched for those responsible for illegally putting on the fireworks display that caused the weekend blaze at a Hindu temple in southern India.
 
More than 100 dead as fire sweeps Hindu temple in south India
More than 100 people were killed and nearly 400 injured when a massive fire swept through a Hindu temple in southern India during an unauthorized fireworks display early Sunday, officials said.
 
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