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Latin America, Caribbean coronavirus death toll exceeds 200,000
India reports 55,000 virus cases
More than 200,000 people have died from coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean, with Brazil and Mexico accounting for nearly three-quarters of those deaths, according to an AFP tally compiled from official sources on Sunday.
Crocodile rescued from toilet of house in India
A villager in Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad district ran screaming for help when he saw a five-foot-long crocodile cosily perched in the toilet of his house, officials said. Other family members, who saw the strange guest in the toilet, also panicked and called their neighbors to help in the incident which occurred in Mohabbatpur village.
Gold rush as pandemic roils India's economy
Indians are returning to one of their oldest assets amid a raging pandemic that was preceded by a banking crisis. To say Indians love gold would be an understatement. Over centuries, households — as well as temples — have hoarded the precious metal.
Goat 'arrested' for not wearing mask in India
Kanpur police 'arrested' a goat that was roaming in the Beconganj area, India, 'without wearing a mask'.
Indian economy to see sharp V-shaped recovery in Q3, Q4: Singh
India will see a sharp V-shaped recovery in the third and fourth quarters of the current fiscal, but fiscal year 2021 GDP growth would ultimately be in negative territory as the coronavirus lockdown led to serious demand and supply dislocations, Chairman of 15th Finance Commission Nand Kishore Singh said.
Indian firms struggle to lure migrant workers back
Spurning free air tickets, accommodation and higher pay, millions of migrant workers who fled India's cities when coronavirus hit are too scared to return, with grim implications for the already crumbling economy.
Iran, India to cooperate on Chabahar-Zahedan rail project
Managing Director of the Railways of the Islamic Republic of Iran Saeed Rasouli said on July 20 that Iran and India are determined to cooperate in the field of rail transport, especially the Chabahar-Zahedan railway.
India should focus on food security, use rural population to battle COVID-19: Economist
A predominantly rural economy like India should use its population in low-density nonurban areas to prevent the spread of coronavirus and build a more manageable food security system to counter the pandemic triggered slowdown, said eminent American economist Richard Davis Wolff.
Floods in India, Nepal displace nearly 4m people, kill at least 189
Nearly four million people in India’s northeastern state of Assam and neighboring Nepal have been displaced by heavy flooding from monsoon rains, with dozens missing as deaths rose to at least 189, government officials said on Sunday.
Woman gives birth on road after hospital denies admission in India
A woman gave birth to a child on the road beside the Sub-Divisional Officer's office in West Bengal's Durgapur on Saturday after she was refused admission to the district hospital.
India may remain invested in Farzad-B without development rights: Report
India's quest for building its energy security may see it continue to pursue the investment opportunity in Farzad-B gas field in Iran.
Iran denies ‘dropping’ India from key railway project
Iran denied an Indian newspaper report that New Delhi was dropped from a key rail project along the border with Afghanistan after it showed reluctance in investing, fearing American sanctions.
EU meets on virus rescue plan as India passes one million cases
EU leaders met face to face Friday to try to rescue Europe's economy from the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, as India became the third country to record one million cases, joining Brazil and the United States.
India removed from Iran railway project: Report
An Indian newspaper said Iran has decided to remove India from a partnership on a key railway project that is being constructed in southeastern Iran along the border with Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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