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Indian authorities set fire Sunday to a stockpile of tiger skins, elephant tusks, rhino horns and other illegal animal parts in an effort to discourage wildlife smuggling in South Asia.
India burns cache of illegal wildlife parts

 

Children armed with whistles will soon be patrolling villages in central India to try to shame those defecating in the open, a report said Sunday.
 

Suspected of being a spy or a China sympathizer, nine-year-old Indian-born Monica Liu and her family were loaded into railway cars for a detention camp in India's Rajasthan desert.
India's fading Chinese face painful war past

 

Campaigners for survivors of India's Bhopal disaster voiced distress Saturday that former Union Carbide boss Warren Anderson never faced trial over the deadly industrial accident following news the U.S. citizen had died.
 

India's government on Wednesday handed a top court a secret list of 627 people suspected of stashing “black money” in foreign banks beyond the reach of tax authorities.
 

India's government revealed Monday the names of three businessmen accused of illegally stashing funds in foreign bank accounts as it seeks to recover billions of untaxed dollars parked abroad.
 

A woman has been tortured and beaten to death by her in-laws in central India on suspicion of being a witch and practicing black magic, police said Monday.
 

Thick smoke hung over New Delhi this week as millions of Indians lit firecrackers to mark the Diwali festival, but calls for a boycott highlighted growing concerns over air quality in one of the world's most polluted cities.
Delhi chokes on toxic smog after festival of lights

 

India has chosen to buy anti-tank guided missiles from Israel, rejecting a rival U.S. offer, as the right-wing government clears projects worth US$13.1 billion to modernize its aging military, official sources said Sunday.
 

When a Hindu woman tearfully claimed to national media recently she had been kidnapped, raped and forcibly converted to Islam, India's religious hard-liners seized the chance to hike their “love jihad” fears.
India's claims about forced conversions fuel Hindu-Muslim tensions

 

India's government has pledged to open up the coal mining industry to private players in the energy-starved country as Prime Minister Narendra Modi steps up promised reforms to revive the ailing economy.
 

Workers in India's lucrative firecracker industry say illegal Chinese imports are flooding the market and threatening their jobs as the country prepares for the Hindu festival of lights this week.
 

India's right-wing ruling party secured strong victories on Sunday in two important state elections, tightening its grip on power after storming to power nationally five months ago.
 

India said Saturday it was freeing diesel prices from government control, marking another step to ease the state's grip on the economy and propel reforms by the new pro-business government.
 
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