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  1. Gokul Chandra Saha is among nearly two million people in Assam facing statelessness

    Indian 'citizenship' list causes anger, confusion

    After living in India all his life, father-of-two Gokul Chandra Saha woke up last weekend to learn he was among almost two million people in the ...
  2. India's Assam state has seen sporadic violence and is a hotbed of inter-religious and ethnic

    Two million face statelessness as India publishes citizenship list

  3. In the next two-to-three months around 850,000 women will be able to use New Delhi's public

    New Delhi to offer free public transport for 850,000 women

    India's capital city plans to make its state-run bus and metro network free for women commuters, hoping that higher use of public transport will ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves towards his supporters during a roadsho

    Commentary: The stunning invincibility of Narendra Modi in India’s elections

    The BJP owes its crushing triumph in this election primarily to the positive image of Modi, says the Jindal School of International Affairs’ ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Supporters of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), a Hindu nationalist organisation, shout

    India's Hindu groups to double down on demands as Modi set for big win

    A Hindu temple on a disputed site, life in jail for killing cows and ending the autonomy of India's only Muslim-majority state are some demands ...
  6. Voters line up to cast their votes outside a polling station during the second phase of general ele

    India's marathon vote ends, Modi on tenterhooks over second term

  7. A man takes a picture of an art installation at an event titled "Artists Unite", during w

    Under Modi, Hindu hardliners turn Indian theatre into a battleground

    Five days after a suicide bomber killed 40 Indian policemen in February in the Kashmir Valley, playwright and director Abhishek Majumdar was ...
  8. Rohitash Repswal checks a WhatsApp message that he sent using a software tool that appears to autom

    In India election, a US$14 software tool helps overcome WhatsApp controls

    WhatsApp clones and software tools that cost as little as US$14 are helping Indian digital marketers and political activists bypass anti-spam ...
  9. A customer picks packets of Lay's potato chips at a shop in Ahmedabad

    Pepsi withdraws Indian potato farmer lawsuits after political pressure

    PepsiCo Inc will withdraw its lawsuits against a number of Indian potato farmers accused of infringing its patent, the company said on Thursday.