India

Indian Soldier Killed In Pakistan Firing In Jammu And Kashmir - Reports

The cross-border firing commenced in the Shahpur and Kerni areas of Poonch on Saturday and endured through the night, the Times of India reported citing authorities.
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How India's Purchase Of A Russian Aircraft Carrier Went Bad Really Fast

War Is Boring Security, For one, the costs went through the roof. Like a lot of countries, India wants the best weapons it can afford. But ideological and financial concerns mean there are a lot of things it won’t buy from the United States or...

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Wild Bear Attacks Forest Guard In India During Rescue Operation (video 18+)

According to reports, a team of forest personnel were trying to save a bear that was trapped in a reservoir. During the operation, the bear came out of the water and attacked a guard, leaving him severely injured.
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It Only Takes India A Month To Set Up A Better Election Than The Us

The world’s biggest democracy has more than its fair share of problems, but getting out the vote isn’t one. Despite India’s high illiteracy rate, and the lack of decent roads and home addresses, voter turnout in its last elections (in...

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The Average Pinterest User (spoiler, It’s A Mom)

Pinterest revealed a trove of data about its more than 250 million monthly active users in an IPO filing on Friday (March 22). While Pablo, 32, from Buenos Aires; Priyanka, 25, from Mumbai; and Kaye, 70, from Louisville—all featured in the...
Related topics: Initial Public Offering, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Mumbai

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Netflix Tests A Mobile-only Plan In Select Countries That Costs $3

Netflix is testing a new mobile-only subscription plan in “select countries” including India that would only cost $3.63 a month. That’s half the cost of Netflix’s Indian basic streaming plan, which covers all devices and costs $7.27...
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China Deploys Troops Near India-pak Border To Safeguard Cpec Projects - Reports

The move was reportedly prompted by the perceived threats to coal mine projects in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor which have been facing stiff resistance from locals in Pakistan. China is reportedly unhappy over the Pakistani Army’s alleged...
Related topics: China, Pakistan

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Pakistani Military Drops Catchy Music Video Amid India Tensions

Tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours continue to simmer following an Indian Air Force assault into Pakistani-controlled territory in Kashmir last month which sparked a long string of hostile back-and-forth rhetoric and military skirmishes.
Related topics: Military, World Videos

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This Is The Best (and Simplest) World Map Of Religions

At a glance, this map shows both the size and distribution of world religions.See how religions mix at both national and regional level.There's one country in the Americas without a Christian majority – which?China and India are huge religious...
Related topics: Religion, China

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A New Window For Delhi’s Migrant Women & Girls

Young migrant women record a video during a digital media workshop aimed at building their skills and confidence. The training was conducted by WACC partner Ideosync Media Combine. Credit: Ideosync Media CombineBy Marites SisonTORONTO, Mar 22 2019...
Related topics: New Delhi, World Videos

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Corner Office: Indra Nooyi: ‘i’m Not Here To Tell You What To Eat’

In her conservative Brahmin family in India, education was everything. That prepared her to thrive in corporate America and rise to become chief executive of PepsiCo.
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Wechat Pay To Reportedly Take On Google Pay And Paytm In India Later This Year

Chinese tech giant Tencent is looking to enter India‘s payment market with a UPI-based (Unified Payments Interface) WeChat Pay app, according to Entrackr. The report notes Tencent execs met with the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI)...
Related topics: Wechat, Google, Google (GOOG)

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Netflix’ $4 Mobile-only Subscriptions Could Bolster Its Growth In India

In a bid to grow its audience in India, Netflix is trialing cheaper subscriptions that allow access to its streaming video service only on mobile devices, reports The Economic Times. The plan, which costs Rs. 250 ($3.65) a month, comes in at half...
Related topics: Netflix (NFLX), Business Videos

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India Must Remember That Africa Is Not One Country

India’s engagement with Africa has involved peacekeeping, student scholarships, humanitarian relief, and private and public sector investments. This has been the case for over half a century dating back to the Bandung Conference in 1955 which was...

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This Is The Best (and Simplest) World Map Of Religions

At a glance, this map shows both the size and distribution of world religions.See how religions mix at both national and regional level.There's one country in the Americas without a Christian majority – which?China and India are huge religious...
Related topics: Religion, China

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*the People Next Door*

The author is T.C.A. Raghavan and the subtitle is The Curious History of India’s Relations with Pakistan.  Here is one excerpt: The massive rigging of the March 1977 election led to a Bhutto majority the size of which stunned even his...
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Finding Solutions Where Science And Policy Meet

Christopher Scott grew up in the mountain region of India, where, as a child, he used to go hiking in the town of Tehri, India, situated at the confluence of the Bhagirathi and Bhilangna rivers. Today, the town of Tehri, founded in the early 1800s,...

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India Wakes Up To Fest Of Hues With Holi Celebrations Just Before Elections

As Indians are observing Holi, the upcoming general elections have added new fervour to the festivities, with top politicians joining the crowd in the celebrations that involve smearing coloured powder on the faces of friends and strangers alike.

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Nuns Were Secluded To Avoid Scandals In Early Christian Monastic Communities

Pope Francis recently stated that Catholic nuns in various parts of the world, including Africa, Europe, India and Latin America, have suffered sexual abuse at the hands of priests and bishops. In his comments during a news conference held aboard...
Related topics: Religion, Pope Francis

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A Tale Of Two Delhis: Deadly Air Exposes Rich Poor Divide

Walls draped in lush vertical gardens and air filtered through purifiers insulate diners at a swanky New Delhi food court from the choking haze outside in one of the most polluted places on earth.
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