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India's glacier disaster highlights Himalayan dangers
Long before this month's deadly flash flood in a remote Indian Himalayan valley, Kundan Singh Rana knew that all the construction work in the fragile region would one day mean disaster.
India's Modi urges farmers to end protests over agriculture laws
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged farmers to end their over two-month long protest against agricultural reforms, assuring them that a mechanism of floor prices for key crops would remain in place.
Loss of tourism threatening survival of India's iconic tigers
Can tourism save the tiger? It’s a question that’s been asked over and over again in the last two decades, as India has coupled its conservation policies to revenues from overseas as well as domestic visitors.
India's coronavirus cases cross 7m ahead of festivals
India’s coronavirus caseload topped seven million on Sunday when the Health Ministry reported 74,383 new infections in the previous 24 hours, with a rise in infections in southern states offsetting a drop in western regions.
How a shadow banking crisis sent India's auto sector into a tailspin
Sudhir Gharpure and his sales team sat chatting at a big Maruti Suzuki dealership on the outskirts of Mumbai some two hours after its doors were opened on a recent Saturday morning — not a single customer was in sight.
India's Modi government releases budget to get growth back up, plans structural reforms
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government unveiled the budget for 2019/2020 on Friday, seeking to reverse weakening growth and investment that threaten to take the shine off a recent landslide election victory.
India's PM calls for water conservation push as drought hits crops
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday pushed for greater grassroots water conservation efforts amid concerns weak monsoon rains would push millions of drought-hit people to the edge and hammer agricultural production in Asia’s third-biggest economy.
Poll: India's retail inflation could hit 7-month high in May, but below RBI target
India's retail inflation likely accelerated to a seven-month high in May on rising food prices, but it is expected to remain well below the target of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), giving it room to ease policy further, a Reuters poll found.
Unemployment a key issue as India's Modi seeks reelection
It is finally on: India's next general election will be held in seven phases from April 11 to May 19, the country's election authorities announced Sunday, after weeks of anticipation.
one year after India's biggest bank fraud, PNB on road for annual profit
One year after being hit by a $2-billion scam, India’s Punjab National Bank (PNB) is set to return to annual profits and strong loan growth in fiscal 2020 even as investigations continue into the country’s biggest banking fraud.
India's farmers win big in latest budget
India's Hindu nationalist-led government poured extra money into support for farmers and a rural jobs program, delivering on Friday its last budget before a general election due by May with the clear aim of winning over votes.
India's plan to breathe easy is out, but targets are not legally binding
The Indian government has unveiled its long-awaited National Clean Air Program (NCAP) that aims at a 20-30 percent reduction of particulate matter (PM) concentration over the next five years, with an overall goal of mitigating air pollution and improving air quality in the country, which has some of the world's most polluted cities.
On patrol with India's anti-plastic 'blue squad'
Wearing matching blue Nehru jackets, the dozen inspectors were fanning out across Mumbai's hectic Crawford Market, each scouring for violators of an ambitious plastic ban.
For India's poorest, ID card can be difference between life and death
Prem Malhar said his 50-year-old father died of hunger a few months ago because he did not have the Indian government’s Aadhaar identity card that would have given him access to subsidized food.
On frontline of India's human-elephant war
On the day Yogesh became another of the dozens of Indians trampled to death each year, the coffee plantation worker knew from the fire crackers set off nearby that danger was at hand.

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