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    Indian teens' lewd Instagram group causes outrage

    Indian teens' lewd Instagram group causes outrage AFP There is growing anger in India against harassment of women Indian police have taken a 15-year-old boy into custody for participating in an Instagram group chat that shared images of underage girls and made lewd comments about them. The...
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    Six-year-old Indian girl raped in latest in grim series of sex attacks

    Even a nationwide lockdown can't prevent Indians from doing what they do best. Six-year-old Indian girl raped in latest in grim series of sex attacks NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian police on Friday arrested a 21-year-old man suspected of raping and severely damaging the eyes of a six-year-old...
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    Four Indian men executed for 2012 Delhi bus rape and murder

    What took India so long? It's been EIGHT YEARS! Four Indian men executed for 2012 Delhi bus rape and murder The rape case that galvanised India Four Indian men convicted of the gang rape and murder of a student in Delhi in 2012 have been hanged. Akshay Thakur, Vinay Sharma, Pawan Gupta and...
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    Anil Ambani vs Chinese banks: court case exposes stunning decline

    Anil Ambani vs Chinese banks: court case exposes stunning decline Once one of the richest people in the world, the Indian tycoon claims his net worth is now zero 15 hours ago In March 2013, Bollywood was abuzz as Steven Spielberg came to town. At a glitzy gala to celebrate his visit to Mumbai...
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    Nexon ev electric car

    Electric cars are easy to make. Batteries are hard. When will India have the indigenous capability to design and produce batteries?
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    New Delhi is world's most polluted capital for second straight year: study

    New Delhi is world's most polluted capital for second straight year: study Neha Dasgupta NEW DELHI (Reuters) - New Delhi was the world’s most polluted capital city for the second straight year in 2019, according to a Swiss-based group that gathers air-quality data globally. India was also home...
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    With revenues falling, India's taxmen rake up three-year-old demonetization cases

    With revenues falling, India's taxmen rake up three-year-old demonetization cases Abhirup Roy MUMBAI Reuters) - Indian jewelers have received surprise tax notices asking them to turn over money they made from customers who scrambled to buy gold after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2016 ban on...
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    India is facing twin economic and political crises

    India is facing twin economic and political crises The growth slowdown has been dramatic, while politics takes an aggressively illiberal turn 3 hours ago India is undergoing another transformation. The India I first visited, in the 1970s, was impressively democratic — with the exception of the...
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    Gay Indian man stalks Apple CEO Tim Cook, restraining order issued...

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has a stalker named Rakesh 'Rocky' Sharma San Francisco: The iPhone maker has been granted a temporary restraining order against an Indian-origin man who was said to be harassing its CEO Tim Cook and has shown up at his residence in Palo Alto twice. According to reports, the...
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    China provides record funding for Indian tech start-ups

    China provides record funding for Indian tech start-ups Two-thirds of start-ups valued at more than $1bn have at least one Chinese investor yesterday Alibaba has invested in payments group Paytm and food-delivery service Zomato, while fellow Chinese internet giant Tencent has backed car-hailing...
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    India forex reserves soar to record $473 billion

    You forgot to mention that China doesn't have Modi and Vedic technologies.
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    India forex reserves soar to record $473 billion

    Only $473 billion? Doesn't India want to compete with China? China has eight times the amount of foreign reserves.
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    In Dehradun, Modi’s promise of a ‘smart city’ remains unfulfilled amid crumbling infrastructure

    In Dehradun, Modi’s promise of a ‘smart city’ remains unfulfilled amid crumbling infrastructure Lush paddy fields have made way for high-rises and once-flowing rivers are now filled with sewage. Hridayesh JoshiFeb 07, 2020 · 01:30 pm Aditya Oberai/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0) Once a...
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