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May, 3, 2016

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Top elected pro-India Kashmiri leader dies at age 79
A top elected pro-India leader of Kashmir, who tried to win over insurgent groups in the troubled region, died Thursday in a New Delhi hospital of pneumonia. He was 79.
 
Nine dead as strong quake hits NE India
At least nine people were killed and scores injured Monday when a strong 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck northeast India, sending panicked residents fleeing into the streets even hundreds of kilometers away in Bangladesh.
 
Hindu temples in southern India began turning away devotees wearing Western clothes Friday after a court order banning jeans and shorts as "inappropriate" for spiritual worship came into effect.
 
Tens of thousands of Hindu hardliners, dressed in khaki shorts, white shirts and black hats, gathered for an elaborate rally in western India on Sunday in a massive show of strength.
 
2 gunmen dead in Indian air base attack
Two suspected Islamic insurgents were killed Sunday when fighting flared up again at an Indian air force base, a senior police officer said, a day after the initial bloody raid on the base close to Pakistan.
 
Death toll in Indian base attack rises to 7 troops, 4 gunmen
The number of troops killed in an attack on an Indian air force base has risen to seven, after four soldiers succumbed to injuries sustained in the hourslong gunbattle near the border with Pakistan and another died after being wounded in an explosion Sunday, officials said. Four suspected militants were also killed in the fighting.
 
4 gunmen, 2 troops die in attack on Indian base
Suspected militants entered an Indian air force base near the border with Pakistan on Saturday and exchanged fire with security forces for hours, leaving at least four gunmen and two Indian soldiers dead, officials and news reports said.
 
4 gunmen, 2 troops dead in attack on Indian air base
PATHANKOT, India -- Indian troops killed four gunmen who had entered an Indian air force base near the border with Pakistan and exchanged fire with security forces on Saturday, officials and news reports said. At least two Indian soldiers were also killed in the ongoing violence.
 
Indian capital starts limiting cars for 2 weeks to clear air
The Indian capital on Friday kicked off a sweeping plan to reduce its record-high air pollution by limiting the numbers of cars on the streets for two weeks.
 
India's smog-shrouded capital pulls cars off roads
More than a million private cars were banned from New Delhi's roads on Friday, as authorities began trialling drastic new measures to cut smog in the world's most polluted capital.
 
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