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Women boxers wear masks, scarves to beat smog at world championship in India

Women boxers wear masks, scarves to beat smog at world championship in India

Women boxers training for a world championship starting in the Indian capital this week are wearing surgical masks, scarves and even T-shirts across their mouths as the level of air pollution ...

NTPC seeks to foray into Qatar's power sector

NTPC seeks to foray into Qatar's power sector

India's largest power utility NTPC (formerly National Thermal Power Corporation) is exploring options in foraying into Qatar's conventional power and solar sectors. The Noida-based power generation major also sought Qatar's investments and expertise in India's power sector.

US says India paid bigger cotton subsidies than WTO allows

US says India paid bigger cotton subsidies than WTO allows

India has paid out far more in cotton subsidies than the World Trade Organization allows, with payments ‘vastly in excess’ of what it had officially declared ...

100,000 police deployed as volatile Indian state votes

100,000 police deployed as volatile Indian state votes

Tens of thousands of armed police were on duty Monday as a restive Indian state wracked by violence went to the polls.

Rebels trigger blasts, clash with forces ahead of India state polls

Rebels trigger blasts, clash with forces ahead of India state polls

Maoist rebels triggered several explosions and clashed with security forces in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh on Sunday, ahead of polls in the region, police said.

Mollywood superstar Mohanlal opens Music Lounge in Doha

Mollywood superstar Mohanlal opens Music Lounge in Doha

Indian film superstar Mohanlal attended the inauguration of the new location of Music Lounge centre for training in Doha on Friday, much to the delight and excitement of fans and families.

Netflix CEO Hastings says no plans for cheaper India offerings

Netflix CEO Hastings says no plans for cheaper India offerings

Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings said that the streaming video company had no plans for cheaper prices in the hotly competitive India market ...

Smog in Indian capital severe after unfettered festival fireworks

Smog in Indian capital severe after unfettered festival fireworks

Pollution in the Indian capital, New Delhi, rose to a ‘severe’ level on Thursday after revellers let off fireworks long into the night to mark the Hindu festival of Diwali.

Indian mob kills tigress with tractor in revenge for man's death

Indian mob kills tigress with tractor in revenge for man's death

Mobs of villagers beat a tigress and crushed her to death with a tractor in northern India after the cat killed a man, forest officials said Monday.

Man-eating tiger shot dead in India after massive hunt

Man-eating tiger shot dead in India after massive hunt

A man-eating tiger that claimed more than a dozen victims in two years has been shot dead in India, sparking controversy over the legality of its killing.

India's top court gives govt 10 days to reveal details of military jet deal

India's top court gives govt 10 days to reveal details of military jet deal

India's top court on Wednesday gave the government 10 days to disclose the details of an $8.7-billion military jet deal with France's Dassault Aviation to former ministers ...

India unveils world's tallest statue celebrating independence hero

India unveils world's tallest statue celebrating independence hero

The world's tallest statue celebrating India's unity was unveiled in the western state of Gujurat on Wednesday.