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Lockdown India still appears to be staving off Covid-19 – but will it last? Europe is in the vise grip of the Covid-19 virus. The US is not far behind. Yet, the Indian subcontinent, inhabited by one quarter of humanity, has somehow (so far) managed to escape the worst effects. How has that been possible?

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Cow Protection Vigilantes Continue Killing Muslims

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India Pakistan Water Disputes

 

Narendra Modi and Gujrat Massacre

Shah Rukh Khan in post 9/11 India

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Human Rights Abuses in India

Communal Unrest in India

Energy Crisis in India

India Russia Sign Joint Venture

License Build Bofors Howitzer

Does JNU campus attack mean India is failing its young? There are deepening fears that the BJP wants to muzzle dissent on the campus, which has traditionally been a hotbed of left-wing politcs.

Jharkhand election results: BJP concedes defeat amid citizenship row The Congress and its allies have won, or are leading, in 46 of the 81 seats, while the BJP is on course to take 25.

India to ask Moscow to speed up delivery of S-400 systems during defense minister’s visit to Russia – report New Delhi will press Moscow to expedite the delivery of advanced S-400 anti-aircraft systems, according to Indian media. The request coincides with Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s 3-day visit to Russia.

You Cannot Take Kashmir Back From Pakistan, Farooq Abdullah Tells India. "I tell them in plain terms - not only the people of India, but also to the world - that the part (of Jammu and Kashmir) which is with Pakistan, belongs to Pakistan and this side to India.

Indian Nukes: where are IAEA safeguards? Jane’s Defence weekly had reported upon satellite images supporting earlier doubts that India might have been very close to manufacture of hydrogen bombs. This new facility will significantly increase India’s ability to produce enriched uranium for military purposes, including nuclear weapons. According to international law India is therefore required to announce that the facility would be subject to International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards, committed only to peaceful uses. Click to see images of Karnataka facility

India's South dance to a different tune. Voters in both Kerala and Tamil Nadu show socialist inclination in democratic India.

India: Elections 2014. One year into the reign, Pakistan's government is likely to face the biggest challenge after one year into the office. Afghanistan and India, are going for elections to determine the future of peace in the region. The outcome Indian elections will greatly determine defence spending of the country in the upcoming budget and talks with Taliban hinges on the post Karzai scenario of Afghanistan.  

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