India

Kashmir Press Club Closure Is The Latest Blow To Media Freedom In The Conflict-torn Region,...

In India-controlled Kashmir, a region off limits to foreign reporters that is rife with communications blackouts, local journalists remained one of the few reliable sources of information.

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Indian Army Soldier's Special Dance Breaks The Internet Ahead Of Republic Day Celebrations In Delhi

India is set to celebrate its 73rd Republic Day on 26 January, with the national holiday marking the Indian Constitution, which came into effect 72 years ago in 1950. On this historic occasion every year, troops from the army, navy, and air force...
Related topics: New Delhi

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Inside The Mysterious Downfall Of India’s Cox & Kings

The centuries-old company was valued at $1.2bn. Now its former CEO is in jail and millions are missing

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“we Were Always Searching For The Beauty Of Coexistence, Even In The Most Polluted Of Places”:...

With All That Breathes, Shaunak San sought to position humans as a part of the natural world, akin to rather than separate from the birds overhead. The documentary follows a pair of brothers who care for the black kites that fall out of the Delhi...
Related topics: Documentaries, New Delhi

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The U.s. Navy Is Planning To Win With Distributed Maritime Warfare

Kris Osborn Distributed Warfare, Asia The Carrier Strike Group Live Fire Exercise in the Indian Ocean can complement ongoing B-1 bomber missions in India. Here’s What You Need to Remember: For nearly ten years now, the Navy has been vigorous...

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Three Members Of A Family Hacked To Death Over Suspicion Of Black Magic In India's Telangana

Despite modern advances, witchcraft and the occult remain deep-rooted in 21-century Indian society - from tribal villages to bustling cities. On average, one Indian is executed every other day for allegedly having taken part in witchcraft, according...
Related topics: Hackers

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Uk Mulls Basing Military Assets In Australia Amid 'malign Actors' Rise In Indo-pacific

Australia has boosted its defences by forming alliances with the US, UK, Japan, and India via new agreements such as AUKUS and reciprocal access pacts. Despite objections from China, Prime Minister Morrison has taken several defence-related measures...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Military, Australia, Japan, China

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Indian Pm Modi Is The Most Popular Global Leader As Bojo Considered The Most Unpopular, Shows Survey

Morning Consult has been tracking the weekly approval ratings of leaders in Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States since March 2020. The latest approval ratings are...
Related topics: Polls, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom

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From Israel To India: The Negev Machine Gun Keeps Fighting

Peter Suciu Indian Military, South Asia India continues to modernize its military by importing small arms.  While Israel and India have both made great strides in developing their domestic military arms industries, India continues to be a major...
Related topics: Israel, Military

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India Fears Covid Superspreader Events As States Prepare For Elections

Regional polls will prove latest test of country’s pandemic resilience
Related topics: Polls

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From Barricaded Playgrounds To Crowded Beaches: Life With Omicron Around The World

The omicron variant is eliciting different government measures. Post reporters in Japan, India, Brazil, Senegal, Israel, France, Hong Kong, South Africa, and the UK share how the countries they cover are responding.
Related topics: Japan, Brazil, Senegal, Israel, France, Hong Kong, South Africa, United Kingdom

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Bjp Lawmaker Chased Away By Angry Villagers In India's Uttar Pradesh – Video

In 2020 and 2021, farmers from northern parts of India rallied against the Narendra Modi-led government's three farm laws that were finally repealed after 14 months of widespread protests. Since then, BJP politicians have been finding it tough to...
Related topics: World Videos, Narendra Modi, Protests

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Over 100 Homeless Have Died In Delhi This Month As Cold Wave Grips Northern India, Claims Ngo

As per Delhi government officials, there are presently 209 shelter homes that can accommodate about 16,660 people in India's capital. Despite government's claims, many homeless people still prefer sleeping on the streets to accommodation in these...
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5g Is Grounding Planes And Freaking Out Airlines: We Found Out Why

The journey to 5G is having a turbulent takeoff in the US. The rollout of the wireless service has been partially postponed due to fears that it poses a threat to aircraft safety. International airlines including Emirates, British Airways, and Air...
Related topics: Us Airways

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The Quad Question: Will America's Pacific Partners Unite Against China?

James Holmes The Quad, Asia The Quad is made up of India, Australia, Japan, and the United States. Here's What to Remember: As China’s capabilities are expanding at a prodigious rate, this escalation has set a dangerous cycle in...
Related topics: China, Australia, Japan

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India Bids Farewell To 'supermum' Tiger Collarwali

Indian animal lovers are in mourning over the sudden passing of a nationally famous tigress credited with repopulating a forest redoubt for her endangered kin.

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Smuggler Arrested With Seven Endangered Egyptian Vulture Species In India's Madhya Pradesh

Egyptian vultures, also known as white scavenger vultures or pharaoh's chickens, are the smallest of all vultures. They are a globally endangered species on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List and often migrate from...

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‘love Birds’: Netizens Swoon Over Candid Shot Of Owlets Posing For ‘pre-wedding Shoot’

Usually, couples are quite enthused about pre-wedding photoshoots. They try their best to stand out from the rest and this practice has gained prominence in India. However, this time it is not humans who have amused others, but rather owlets who...

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Rights Groups Push Facebook To Release India Human Rights Assessment

The growing calls to release the report come as a heated state election season gets underway in India and amid a spate of recent calls for violence against Muslims by Hindu nationalists.
Related topics: Human Rights, Facebook, Social Media

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Lockdown Drove Pollution Changes Between—and Even Within—cities

During COVID-19 lockdowns, the internet was flooded with images from Delhi to Los Angeles, showing mountains typically hidden behind smog or clear blue skies where they were once gray.
Related topics: New Delhi

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