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India crash: At least 40 dead after bus plunges into canal
At least 40 people were killed after a bus plunged into a canal on Tuesday in central India.
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Explosions in Indian fireworks factory kill 11, injure 34
Those injured in the blasts at the factory in Tamil Nadu state's Virudhunagar district were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, police officer Raj Narayanan said.
Rescuers hunt for survivors after deadly flood in India
Rescue workers battled through tonnes of rock and mud on Tuesday searching for survivors after a deadly flood in India.
At least 18 killed in flash flood in India after glacier collapse
Authorities said at least 200 people are still missing after the flash flooding in the Dhauliganga River.
Dozens missing after a mountain glacier breaks in India
Indian authorities launched a search operation on Sunday after a mountain glacier broke in the north of the country, sending a massive flood of water, mud and debris crashing into areas below.
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New clashes heighten tensions at India farmer protests
Tensions have been building around the farmers' camps since Republic Day on Tuesday, when a tractor rally turned into a citywide rampage which left one farmer dead and nearly 400 police injured.
Celebrations for VP-elect Kamala Harris in Indian ancestral village
Villagers in Kamala Harris' ancestral village of Thulasendrapuram in southern India hold special prayers and burst firecrackers, ahead of the inauguration ceremony in Washington DC.
Villagers in India rescue truck after 70 foot gorge tumble
Authorities had requested 'fit and healthy' men from the village to join the mass rescue effort
Dal lake freezes over in Kashmir due to cold snap
The spell of snowfall lasted from Sunday to Wednesday.
Tibetan exiles choose new leader
The election took place in India's northern city of Dharamsala, which is home to Tibet's government-in-exile.
Mystery illness hospitalises hundreds in India
The mystery illness has struck in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, and was first detected on Saturday evening in Eluru.
Angry farmers in India protest over controversial new laws
They say the laws, which were approved by parliament in September, could cause the government to stop buying grain at guaranteed prices and result in exploitation by corporations that would buy crops at cheap prices.
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India, Pakistan clash over Kashmir, leaving at least 13 dead
Artillery and machine gun clashes were reported along the 740-kilometre ceasefire line that has separated India and Pakistan for seven decades.