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

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India is marking three years since its last reported polio case

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India has announced polio eradication after three years since its last reported case, a landmark in the global battle against the disease. It is seen as confirmation of one of India’s biggest public health successes, achieved through a massive and sustained immunization program. India’s health minister hailed it as a “monumental milestone”. In 2012 the World Health Organiz...

India Parker confessed police she threw her daughter's body out with the trash

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India Parker from Cleveland, Ohio, was being held on $10,000 bond Saturday after reportedly confessed police she threw her daughter’s body out with the trash. India Parker, 35, is facing a charge of abuse of a corpse. India Parker is at the centre of an investigation into the disappearance of her daughter, Kaliyah, 10. The girl was reported missing Monday by the father of one of India Parke...

Indian opposition parties and trade unions are staging a day-long strike over plans to open the country's retail sector to global supermarket chains

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Indian opposition parties and trade unions are staging a day-long strike over plans to open the country’s retail sector to global supermarket chains. Calcutta and Bangalore were virtually shut down, but the response in other parts of the country was mixed. The reforms, which ministers say are needed to revive the economy, were formally introduced on Thursday. But small shops fear they will...

The Supreme Court in India has said Italy's Ambassador Daniele Mancini does not have legal immunity

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The Supreme Court in India has said Italy’s Ambassador Daniele Mancini does not have legal immunity, in an escalating row over Rome’s refusal to return two marines charged with murdering two Indian fishermen. India’s Chief Justice Altamas Kabir said the court had “lost trust” in Ambassador Daniele Mancini. The court reiterated last week’s order for Daniele Manc...

McDonald's is bowing to local demand and is opening a meat-free restaurant in India

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McDonald’s is bowing to local demand and is opening a meat-free restaurant in India. The global chain, whose best-known product is the Big Mac burger in a bun, says it will be its first vegetarian outlet. McDonald’s, the world’s second biggest food outlet after Subway, increasingly adapts its range to local demand. Both India’s Hindu majority and Muslims can eat the same m...

President Asif Ali Zardari has arrived in India for the first visit there by a Pakistani head of state for seven years

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President Asif Ali Zardari has arrived in India for the first visit there by a Pakistani head of state for seven years. Asif Ali Zardari was met at Delhi’s Palam air force base by India’s parliamentary affairs minister Pawan Kumar Bansal. Pakistani president is having lunch with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, before travelling to an important Muslim shrine in Rajasthan. It is h...

India will impose a ban on the use of foreign cloud-based email services to send official communications, before the end of the year

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India will impose a ban on the use of foreign cloud-based email services to send official communications, before the end of the year. It would prevent civil servants using Gmail, Yahoo! or Outlook.com. Instead they would be required to use a service provided by the country’s own National Informatics Centre (NIC). The move follows the publication of leaks about US cyber-spying operations. Ac...

More than seven hundreds people are gathering in Mumbai University campus for India's first Wikipedia conference

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More than seven hundreds people are gathering in Mumbai University campus for India’s first Wikipedia conference. Wikipedia Conference 2011 is a three-day event, from November 18 to Nvember 20, and is part of the online encyclopedia’s plans to expand in the sub-continent. Wikipedia wants to tap into India’s growing internet population, by creating more pages in local languages,...

India says one of two soldiers killed in an alleged cross-border attack by Pakistan troops in the disputed territory of Kashmir was beheaded

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India says one of two soldiers killed in an alleged cross-border attack by Pakistan troops in the disputed territory of Kashmir was beheaded. Pakistan has rejected accusations that it killed any Indian soldiers or fired across the Line of Control (LoC) which divides Kashmir. India called the attack “barbaric” and summoned Pakistan’s top envoy in Delhi over the incident. Claimed...

Adidas has reported "commercial irregularities" at its Reebok unit in India that could cost the firm up to 125 million Euros

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...eted, a spokeswoman said. The firm said the irregularities resulted in a change of leadership at its India business in March this year. Two top executives at the Adidas Group in India left the company in March. At the time the executives left, the Times of India said it had learned that the departures were linked to “swirling allegations of financial discrepancies and losses” at Reebok...

India’s Election Commission has announced the country's general election will take place in nine phases in April and May

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India’s Election Commission has announced the country’s general election will take place in nine phases in April and May. Polling to elect a new Lok Sabha, or lower house, will be held from April 7 to May 12. Votes will be counted on May 16. With some 814 million eligible voters, India’s election will be the largest the world has seen. The ruling Congress party and the main opposition...

An Indian commission set up to suggest reforms to country's rape laws after last month's Delhi gang rape of a student has called for faster trials

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An Indian commission set up to suggest reforms to country’s rape laws after last month’s Delhi gang rape of a student has called for faster trials. The panel, led by former chief justice JS Verma, also called for longer sentences but not the death penalty. India’s law minister said the report would get “government attention” soon. The brutal assault on the 23-year-ol...

Devyani Khobragade’s detention on charges of visa fraud and underpayment of her housekeeper sparked outrage in India

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India is checking the tax statuses of Americans working at schools in the country, after the arrest this month of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade in New York. Devyani Khobragade – the deputy consul general of India in New York – was handcuffed and strip-searched while in custody. Her detention on charges of visa fraud and underpayment of her housekeeper sparked outrage in India. In...

Air India has sacked 10 pilots after dozens of them called in sick amid a dispute over training for the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes

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Air India has sacked 10 pilots after dozens of them called in sick amid a dispute over training for the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes. Air India has derecognized the Indian Pilots’ Guild and its office is being sealed, a company spokesman said. Civil aviation minister Ajit Singh called the strike “illegal”. The pilots are protesting against the decision to train pilots from I...

Shah Rukh Khan’s detention by US authorities for 90 minutes at White Plains airport near New York has sparked outrage in India

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...ention by US authorities for 90 minutes at White Plains airport near New York has sparked outrage in India In 2009 the actor was detained for two hours at Newark airport and was released after India’s embassy in the US intervened. Shah Rukh Khan said then that he was stopped because he had a Muslim name. US customs officials denied that the actor had been detained, saying he was questioned....

India's Supreme Court has rejected a plea by Swiss drugmaker Novartis to patent an updated version of its cancer drug, Glivec

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India’s Supreme Court has rejected a plea by Swiss drugmaker Novartis to patent an updated version of its cancer drug, Glivec. Novartis had been denied a patent by Indian authorities on the grounds that Glivec new version was only slightly different from the old. There were concerns that a patent could threaten access to cheap generic versions of drugs in poorer countries. India’s Su...

Candlelit vigils have been held across India to mourn a student who has died after being gang-raped in Delhi

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Candlelit vigils have been held across India to mourn a student who has died after being gang-raped in Delhi. Thousands of people gathered in the Indian capital to express their grief and demand justice for the 23-year-old victim, who died earlier on Saturday. Six men arrested in connection with the December 16 attack have now been charged with murder. The victim’s body is being flown back...

The Indian rupee has hit a new all-time record low against the US dollar, amid concerns the Fed will soon scale back its stimulus measures

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The Indian rupee has hit a new all-time record low against the US dollar, amid concerns the Federal Reserve will soon scale back its stimulus measures. It dropped to 64.13 against the US dollar in early trade on Tuesday. Foreign investors have been pulling money out of India, as the economy has slowed and the cost of borrowing in dollars has risen. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is rumored to ha...

India has begun voting in the world's biggest election

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India has begun voting in the world’s biggest election, with the nine-phase ballot beginning on Monday and concluding on May 12. India ruling Congress party pitted against the Hindu nationalist BJP opposition. Votes will be counted on 16 May. More than 800 million Indians are eligible to vote in a poll dominated by corruption and high inflation. A new anti-corruption party, the AAP, is also...

India Hyundai i10 scores zero stars in Global NCAP crash tests

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According to Global NCAP, five of India’s most popular small cars have failed crash tests. The tests by Global NCAP showed that if involved in a crash, fatalities or serious injuries could result. Among the cars tested was India’s talismanic Tata Nano, the world’s cheapest car, as well as models made in India by Ford, Volkswagen and Hyundai. The cars were apparently stripped of...

Indian police are carrying out raids across 10 cities as part of an investigation into alleged corruption in the allocation of coalfields

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Indian police are carrying out raids across 10 cities as part of an investigation into alleged corruption in the allocation of coalfields. Police say they are searching the premises of five companies, which allegedly misrepresented facts prior to being allocated the coalfields. Indian government officials and company employees are also under investigation. Government auditors recently said India...

Twin blasts have killed 12 people in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad

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Twin blasts have killed 12 people in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, in what Prime Minister Manmohan Singh labeled as a “dastardly attack”. The blasts that hit the city in Andhra Pradesh were 10 minutes apart, police said. Television images showed casualties being rushed to hospital. India’s home minister said bombs had been planted on bicycles 150m (500ft) apart near a c...

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...

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...