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The Associated Press has hired several temporary reporters to help cover legislative sessions across the Western United States, and in Hawaii and Alaska. The hires are a reflection of the organization's commitment to statehouse news, West regional editor Traci Carl said.
First North Korea, now India. The government in New Delhi announced Tuesday that it will test a long-range, nuclear-capable missile this week.
Indian police fired tear gas early Sunday to break up a hunger strike by a charismatic yoga guru demanding an end to endemic corruption, forcibly removing him and thousands of his followers.
The U.S. ambassador to India announced his resignation Thursday, a day after learning that New Delhi dropped two American companies from the competition for a multibillion-dollar defense deal.
Behind the scenes within the Obama administration a vigorous debate took place over the president's upcoming visit to India.
India and Pakistan have fought two full-fledged wars and experienced several military crises over Kashmir. Now, the region is once again on the boil.
NEW DELHI (AP) India is free to test nuclear weapons under a much-touted nuclear deal with the United States, the country's prime minister said today as lawmakers opposed to the pact noisily demanded the agreement be scrapped.