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M’sia inks breakthrough air pact with India

MORE planeloads of passengers from Malaysia will fly into India every week under a new air pact, the first to be signed between the two countries in half a century.


Why Najib’s India visit is significant

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman explores the impact of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s visit to India and traces the history of bilateral ties.


India’s Sanskrit speakers seek to revive ‘dead’ language

NEW DELHI: In a tiny flat in a rundown alley in New Delhi, Rakesh Kumar Misra is working against the odds to bring India’s ancient Sanskrit language to the country’s millions.


China's Xi visits India, sets tone for future relations

AHMEDABAD, India, Sept 16, 2014 (AFP) - India's new prime minister will spend his 64th birthday Wednesday at a private dinner with Xi Jinping in his home state of Gujarat, as the Chinese president begins a visit that will set the tone for relations between Asia's rival superpowers.


India shows off space prowess with launch of mega-rocket

NEW DELHI: India Monday successfully launched its most powerful home-produced rocket, another milestone for its indigenous space programme which one day hopes to put a human into orbit.

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UN report: It’s not really ‘India Shining’ Inequality high as 1% own 53% of country’s wealth

NEW DELHI: If India were to stop inequality from rising further, it could end extreme poverty for 90 million people as early as 2019, says Oxfam.


India blames Pakistan as Kashmir attack kills 17 soldiers

India, Sept 18 (Reuters) - India accused Pakistan of being behind Sunday's separatist attack on an army base near their disputed frontier that killed 17 soldiers, in one of the most deadly attacks in Kashmir in a quarter-century-old insurgency.

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Fake pesticides endanger crops and human health in India

FARIDABAD, India (Reuters) - Millions of unsuspecting Indian farmers are spraying fake pesticides onto their fields, contaminating soil, cutting crop yields and putting both food security and human health at risk in the country of 1.25 billion people.


India backs solar as Paris climate talks loom

BHADLA, India: Under a blistering sun, workers install a sea of solar panels in a north Indian desert as part of the government’s clean energy push --- and its trump card at upcoming climate change talks in Paris.


US takes India to WTO on solar energy

WASHINGTON: The United States said Monday it was taking India to the WTO to open up its solar industry, raising a new dispute weeks after a bitter feud over a diplomat's arrest.