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MUMBAI, Oct 11 (Reuters): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a property card scheme on Sunday that he vowed would provide clarity of property rights in villages and enable farmers to use their property as collateral for loans from financial institutions.
SRINAGAR, Oct 10 (Xinhua): The troops of India and Pakistan on Saturday exchanged heavy fire and targeted each other's positions on Line of Control (LoC) dividing Kashmir on Saturday morning, officials said.
Washington, Oct 10 (AFP): US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday urged closer ties with India as he warned of China's growing might on its doorstep, amid a flurry of diplomacy between the world's two largest democracies.
Harvin Singh may only be eight but he has wowed audiences at weddings, school concerts and community events playing the dhol, a key instrument in bhangra music.
SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - Three Indian soldiers were killed on Thursday in what an army spokesman described as an unprovoked firing of weapons by Pakistani forces at the border in the disputed region of Kashmir, in a fresh eruption of tensions.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Eight months after the novel coronavirus arrived in India, the number of deaths from the disease is due to cross 100,000 imminently. Nearly 6.5 million people have been infected in total, second only to the number in the United States.
NEW DELHI, Sept 29 (Reuters): Human rights group Amnesty International stopped its work in India on Tuesday saying the government had frozen its bank accounts in the latest action against it for speaking out about rights violations.
BENGALURU, Sept 29 (Reuters): India reported its smallest daily rise in coronavirus deaths since Aug 3 of 776, data from the health ministry showed on Tuesday, as global fatalities crossed 1 million and infections surged in several countries.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Human rights group Amnesty International stopped its work in India on Tuesday saying the government had frozen its bank accounts in the latest action against it for speaking out about rights violations.
ISLAMABAD/DELHI, Sept 27 (AP): Pakistan’s military said Sunday that Indian troops opened fire across the border in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, killing one soldier.