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More than half of India has been left without power after a massive power breakdown has hit the country for a second day running

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More than half of India has been left without power after a massive power breakdown has hit the country for a second day running. Indian officials said the northern and eastern grids had both collapsed. All Delhi metro services have been halted and staff is trying to evacuate trains. Monday’s power failure caused severe disruption and travel chaos across northern India. It was unclear why t...

India's Food Security Bill aims to provide subsidized food to two-thirds of the population

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The controversial Indian Food Security Bill that aims to provide subsidized food to two-thirds of the population has been passed by the lower house. Under the plan, which still needs to be approved by the upper house, 800 million poor people would receive 11 lbs of cheap grain every month. Its backers argue it is a big step towards eradicating the widespread hunger and malnutrition plaguing India...

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Indian police say at least 48 people have died after consuming toxic alcohol in country’s West Bengal state. Several residents of the Magrahat, Usthi and Mandirbazar areas in South 24 Parganas district fell ill after drinking the alcohol on Tuesday night. Four people have been arrested. Some 100 others are being treated in hospital in the Diamond Harbour area, with fears the death toll coul...

For centuries women in South Asia have been raised with the belief that a fairer complexion equates to beauty

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...#8221; asked another. It seems illogical that such prejudices should continue to exist in modern day India, but they do. One wannabe actress said she failed to get parts in films because directors bluntly told her she was too black. You only have to look at posters and ads in India to see glamorous Bollywood stars who, thanks to a bit of graphics software, have dramatically lighter skin tones R...

Passengers aboard a Finnair flight from Helsinki to New Delhi were pleasantly surprised when the aircraft' staff treated them with a Bollywood-style dance to celebrate India's 63rd Republic Day

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...santly surprised when the aircraft' staff treated them with a Bollywood-style dance to celebrate India's 63rd Republic Day Helena Kaartinen told the New York Times: “It was a good way to show respect.” The flight attendant said she was keen to show Indian passengers that the airline did know something about their culture. The performance took place on a flight on January 17 and was uploade...

India has successfully launched Agni-V, a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile able to carry a nuclear warhead

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India has successfully launched Agni-V, a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile able to carry a nuclear warhead, officials say. The locally-developed Agni-V missile was originally scheduled to launch on Wednesday in the eastern state of Orissa. Officials had delayed the launch because of heavy lightning in the area. The missile has a range of more than 5,000km (3,100 miles), within range...

India’s economy continues to slowdown in Q2 2013

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According to Indian government’s latest figures, the country’s economy continues to slowdown in Q2 2013. For the April-to-June quarter, India’s economy grew at a rate of 4.4%, compared with the same period in the previous year. It was a weaker performance than most economists had been expecting and was a slowdown from the first three months of the year, when growth was 4.8%. A contraction in mini...

Indian government has put on hold all deals with Rolls-Royce until it completes an investigation into bribery allegations against the company

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Indian government has put on hold all deals with Rolls-Royce until it completes an investigation into bribery allegations against the company, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported. A federal agency is probing allegations that Rolls-Royce paid bribes for supply of aircraft engines. Rolls-Royce said it would “cooperate fully” with Indian authorities. The company is the world’s...

Mid-Day Meal is the world's largest school feeding programme, reaching 120 million children in 1.2 million schools across India

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At least 22 children have died and dozens more have fallen sick in India’s eastern state of Bihar after eating a tainted school meal. The poisoning occurred at a government school in the village of Masrakh in Saran district. India’s Mid-Day Meal Scheme provides free food to try to boost attendance, but often suffers from poor hygiene. Angry parents joined protests against the deaths,...

India is preparing to launch its first robotic spacecraft towards Mars

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India is preparing to launch its first robotic spacecraft towards Mars. The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) will lift off at 09:08 GMT atop an Indian-built rocket from Sriharikota. If launch goes well, the spacecraft is set to travel for 300 days and should reach Mars orbit in September 2014. India is preparing to launch its first robotic spacecraft towards Mars If all goes well and the satellite orb...

India has launched its first indigenous aircraft carrier from a shipyard

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India has launched INS Vikrant, its first indigenous aircraft carrier, from a shipyard in southern Kerala state. The 37,500 tonne INS Vikrant is expected to go for extensive trials in 2016 before being inducted into the navy by 2018, reports say. With this, India joins a select group of countries capable of building such a vessel. India has launched its first indigenous aircraft carrier from a s...

Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone are accused of shooting the fishermen off the Kerala coast in February 2012

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Italian marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone accused of murdering two Indian fishermen, in a case that has sparked a diplomatic row between India and Italy, are to be sent back to Delhi for trial. The Indian government had allowed them to return to Italy to vote in last month’s election. But when they failed to return, India’s Supreme Court ruled Italy’s ambassador...

A massive power outage has caused disruption across northern India, including in the capital, Delhi

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...hit the country in more than a decade. A massive power outage has caused disruption across northern India, including in the capital, Delhi The outage happened at 02:30 local time on Monday after India’s Northern Grid network collapsed. Monday morning saw travel chaos engulf the region with thousands of passengers stranded when train services were disrupted in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh....

Scientists have discovered a new family of caecilians, the most enigmatic branch of the amphibians, in northeastern India

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Scientists have discovered a new family of caecilians, the most enigmatic branch of the amphibians, in northeastern India. Caecilians, which at first glance resemble worms, live in forest soil and are most closely related to an African group of caecilians. The females incubate their young for several months without eating. Writing in the Royal Society Journal Proceedings B, the scientists say the...

India's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of Pakistani national Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, the sole surviving gunman of the 2008 attacks on Mumbai

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India’s Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of Pakistani national Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, the sole surviving gunman of the 2008 attacks on Mumbai. The judges also rejected his claim that he had been denied a fair trial. Mohammad Qasab, 24, was convicted of murder and other crimes in May 2010. His first appeal was rejected by the Mumbai High Court in February 2011. The November 20...

India and Pakistan have exchanged fire across the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region

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India and Pakistan have exchanged fire across the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region. Pakistan said Indian troops had raided a military post in the Haji Pir sector of Pakistani-administered Kashmir, killing a soldier and injuring another. An Indian army spokesman said Pakistan had “initiated unprovoked firing” at Indian military posts. Kashmir is claimed by both nations in...

More than 400,000 people in India have been evacuated as Cyclone Phailin sweeps through the Bay of Bengal towards the east coast

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More than 400,000 people in India have been evacuated as Cyclone Phailin sweeps through the Bay of Bengal towards the east coast. Cyclone Phailin, categorized as “very severe” by weather forecasters, is expected to hit Orissa and Andhra Pradesh states on Saturday evening. The Meteorological Department has predicted the storm will bring winds up to 136 mph. A deadly super-cyclone in 19...

Ranbaxy has suspended shipments of ingredients from two of its plants to probe their testing processes

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Indian pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy has suspended shipments of ingredients from two of its plants to probe their testing processes. The move at Ranbaxy’s Toansa and Dewas plants, in India, follows a US ban on shipments from the two facilities. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said they fell short of its “good manufacturing practices”. Ranbaxy said it had temporarily h...

India Dining restaurant used a ghost chili, a scotch bonnet and a habanera in the world’s hottest Easter egg, which is up to 10 times hotter than a vindaloo

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Indian restaurant India Dining in Warlingham, UK, has created a “not for bunnies” Easter egg using three of the hottest varieties of chili pepper. The restaurant used a ghost chili, a scotch bonnet and a habanera in the egg, and said it was up to 10 times hotter than a vindaloo. India Dining restaurant used a ghost chili, a scotch bonnet and a habanera in the world’s hottest Easter e...

India is voting in the biggest day of the general election pitting the ruling Congress party against the main opposition BJP

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India is voting in the biggest day of the general election pitting the ruling Congress party against the main opposition BJP. Polling takes place in 121 seats in 12 states, including the key states of Karnataka, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra and West Bengal. The nine-phase vote began on April 7 and will conclude on May 12. Votes will be counted on May 16. More than 814 million Indi...

India is rolling out an ambitious plan for a cash payout of subsidies to the poor in 20 districts

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India is rolling out an ambitious plan for a cash payout of subsidies to the poor in 20 districts, officials say. Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said the scheme would benefit more than 200,000 people initially, and would cover the entire country by the end of 2013. Authorities say it will bring the country’s poorest citizens “into the mainstream”. But opposition parties have ac...

Polling began in part of in Chhattisgarh on April 10 and continues with two further rounds in the coming weeks

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At least 12 people have been killed in the eastern Indian state of Chhattisgarh by two bombs planted by suspected Maoist rebels as voting continues in the general election. The first blast hit a bus carrying election officials in Bijapur district, police said, killing seven. The second attack – half an hour later – killed five police in an ambulance in the Bastar district. India began...

Indians are voting on the first big day of the general election pitting the ruling Congress party against the main opposition BJP

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Indians are voting on the first big day of the general election pitting the ruling Congress party against the main opposition BJP. Polling is being held in 91 seats in 14 states, including in the capital Delhi and the key states of Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra and Orissa. The nine-phase vote began on Monday, April 7, and will conclude on May 12. Votes will be counted on May 16. More than 81...

Ford India has apologized for an advertisement showing former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi with a group of bound women in Figo’s boot

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...s behind with Figo’s extra-large boot.” The advert has not been used commercially. Ford India has apologized for an advertisement showing former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi with a group of bound women in Figo’s boot Reports say that it was posted online by the India-based advertising agency hired by Ford. Ford Motor Company said it regretted the incident and called the images “...

Ultratech has launched 18 Again, India's first vagina tightening cream

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