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Floods, landslides leave 40 dead in northern India

NEW DELHI ((DailyNews)) — At least 40 people have died and others are missing in flash floods triggered by intense monsoon rains in northern...

Missing India soldier’s body found on glacier after 38 years

LEH, India ((DailyNews)) — The remains of an Indian army soldier have been found more than 38 years after he went missing on a...

PM Modi pledges to make India developed country in 25 years

NEW DELHI ((DailyNews)) — Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged to raise millions out of poverty and turn India into a developed country in the...

At 75, India’s democracy is under pressure like never before

NEW DELHI ((DailyNews)) — The Aug. 5 demonstrations by India’s main opposition Congress party against soaring food prices and unemployment began like any other...

At 75, India seeks way forward in big but job-scarce economy

NEW DELHI ((DailyNews)) — As India’s economy grew, the hum of factories turned the sleepy, dusty village of Manesar into a booming industrial hub,...

At 75, India’s Kashmir challenge shifts foreign policy focus

SRINAGAR, India ((DailyNews)) — For decades, India has tried to thwart Pakistan in a protracted dispute over Kashmir, the achingly beautiful Himalayan territory claimed...

Run, Laal, run: Aamir Khan stars in Indian ‘Forrest Gump’

Indian actor Aamir Khan enjoyed “Forrest Gump” so much that he’s starring in a Hindi remake.Released in 1994, the original film went on to...

Ethnic minority woman wins India’s presidential election

NEW DELHI ((DailyNews)) — A woman who hails from a minority ethnic community was chosen Thursday as India’s new president, a largely ceremonial position.Droupadi...

EXPLAINER: What’s happened and what’s next in Sri Lanka

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka ((DailyNews)) — Sri Lanka’s president, who had announced he would resign Wednesday, has fled the country after months of turmoil culminated...

Rich nations caused climate harm to poorer ones, study says

For decades, environmental activists along with some government officials and scientists have argued that rich countries should pay the most to address climate change,...

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