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NEW DELHI (AFP): Three Indian soldiers were killed in a violent face-off on the Chinese border, the Indian army said Tuesday (June 16), following weeks of rising tensions and the deployment of thousands of extra troops from both sides.
Three militants killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir gunfight; Covid-19 death toll rises to 9,900 with 343,091 cases
SRINAGAR, India (Xinhua): Three militants were killed on Tuesday (June 16) in a fierce gunfight with government forces in restive Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said.
KASHMIR/NEW DELHI (dpa): Two unidentified militants were killed in a gun battle with security forces on Saturday in India-administered Kashmir, confirmed officials on Sunday (June 14).
NEW DELHI (Bernama): Reducing dependence on imported edible oils is part of India's larger quest for food self-sufficiency. Palm oil constitutes about 60 per cent of India's annual 15 million tonnes of vegetable oil imports.
SRINAGAR (AFP): The world is heading for a shortage of the highly prized and super-soft cashmere wool as pashmina goats that live on the "roof of the world" become caught up in the fractious border dispute between nuclear neighbours India and China.
SRINAGAR (AP): Anti-India protesters clashed Monday (June 8) with Indian government forces near a village in disputed Kashmir where four rebels were killed in a gunbattle. Earlier, Indian soldiers laid a siege around a village in Kahsmir's southern Shopian area on a tip that militants were hiding there.
FOURTEEN-year-old Devika Balakrishnan’s lifeless body was found near her home in Kerala, India, on Monday: the first day of her school semester.
NEW DELHI (AFP): Top Chinese and Indian generals are to meet in a Himalayan outpost on Saturday (june 6) in a bid to end the latest frontier showdown between the world's two most populous nations that has seen thousands of troops sent to both sides.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India on Sunday expelled two officials working at the Pakistan embassy in New Delhi after they were held for espionage, the foreign ministry said in a statement.