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New Delhi zoo has temporarily closed after two birds died of bird flu, its curator said Wednesday, a month after India declared itself free of the disease.
 
Death toll from India hospital fire rises to 20
Three staff at an Indian hospital have been suspended after a deadly blaze in the intensive care unit, authorities said on Tuesday, as the toll from the disaster rose to 20.
 
Religious festival stampede
A man loads a truck with footwear of victims killed in a stampede on a crowded bridge on the outskirts of Varanasi, India, Saturday, Oct. 15. More than a dozen people were killed and several more injured in .....
 
MSG to the rescue
In this Wednesday, Oct. 5 photo, Indian spiritual guru, who calls himself Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan, arrives for a press conference ahead of the release of his new film "MSG, The Warrior Lion Heart," in New Delhi, India.
 
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed lucrative defense and energy pacts on Saturday following talks aimed at reinvigorating ties between the former Cold-War allies.
 
A stampede at a religious event in northern India killed at least 19 people Saturday as thousands of devotees of a controversial guru tried to cross a bridge at once, police said.
 
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley warned Thursday that growing opposition to globalization and free trade in Western countries would hurt the world economy, echoing concerns by the IMF and others.
 
Gov't battles suspected rebels in India-controlled Kashmir
Government forces were battling a group of suspected rebels inside a government compound on Monday in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir.
 
Amid scrutiny, chain of Indian colleges plans its US debut
One of India's largest colleges is expanding into the U.S. with the purchase of one campus in New York and a proposal to buy two more, drawing opposition from state officials in Massachusetts about the quality of the education it will offer.
 
Despite violent protests, Kashmiris are still lining up to join Indian police
When massive anti-India protests erupted in Indian-control Kashmir three months ago after the killing of a charismatic militant leader, Aqib Mir was among tens of thousands of Kashmiris who defied curfew and clashed with government forces.
 
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