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Latest Manmohan Singh Items
India's center-left government has been shaken to its core in recent days by the resignations of three key officials embroiled in three separate scandals that have made "corruption" the buzzword among the media, opposition parties and political analysts.
President Obama moved to cement the U.S. alliance with India, endorsing on Monday his host's bid for a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council as recognition of the country's growing political, economic and military clout.
India imposed a nationwide ban on bulk cell phone text messaging amid concerns that a potentially explosive court judgment on who should control a disputed holy site could spark unrest, a top official said Wednesday.
Indian police opened fire Wednesday on Muslim demonstrators in a town near Kashmir, killing four people and wounding 30 as leaders of India's main political parties debated how to end months of separatist protests in the region.
Indian police patrolled the streets of Kashmir on Tuesday, threatening to shoot anyone defying a round-the-clock curfew a day after 19 people died in battles between troops and protesters in the disputed region.
Indian forces killed 14 protesters and wounded scores of others Monday in confrontations across Kashmir fueled in part by a report that a Koran was desecrated in the United States, police said. A police officer also was killed.
The lower house of the Indian Parliament brought the U.S.-India nuclear deal close to operational status Wednesday by passing the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill.
The Pakistani-based militant organization Lashkar-e-Taiba is being viewed increasingly by U.S. political and military leaders as a global terrorist threat. But most Pakistanis remain unaware of the group's activities and agenda and continue to give it significant support.
India will take "counter-measures" to protect its security if regional rival Pakistan tries to install a Muslim fundamentalist regime in Afghanistan, India's former foreign secretary warned in an article previewing President Obama's trip to New Delhi in November.