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Pakistan denies use of airspace to Indian president
Pakistan on Saturday said it had denied India's President Ram Nath Kovind permission to fly through its airspace -- access to which is usually granted -- due to New Delhi's recent "behaviour".
India loses contact with Moon lander
India's space programme suffered a huge setback Saturday after losing contact with an unmanned spacecraft moments before it was due to make a historic soft landing on the Moon.
India throttling Kashmir media, report says
India's government is muzzling Kashmir's media as part of the lockdown it imposed on the disputed region a month ago, according to a new report by two rights networks.
Three dead as monsoon deluge sparks Mumbai chaos
Three people were killed and dozens of flights were cancelled or delayed after severe flooding in India's financial hub Mumbai, with authorities warning of more heavy monsoon rains on Thursday.
India firework factory blast kills at least 18
At least 18 people have been killed and up to 16 injured after a massive explosion at a firecracker factory in northern India, as rescuers battle the flames in the search for survivors.
Putin, Modi vow closer ties at Far East economic forum
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he would boost ties with Moscow as he met President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin's showcase economic forum in the Russian Far East on Wednesday.
Pakistan grants India access to alleged spy on death row
Pakistan granted consular access to an alleged Indian spy on death row Monday, sparking claims from New Delhi that the prisoner was under "extreme pressure" and unable to speak freely during the meeting.
India defends citizenship register after UN criticism
India's foreign ministry has again defended a controversial citizenship register in northeast Assam after criticism from the United Nations, saying the almost two million people excluded from the list would not become "stateless".
500 protests, hundreds injured in Kashmir lockdown
At least 500 incidents of protest have broken out in Indian Kashmir since New Delhi stripped the region of its autonomy and imposed a military clampdown more than three weeks ago, a senior government source told AFP Wednesday.
Modi ally says Indian opposition using witchcraft
A firebrand Indian monk-turned-lawmaker has suggested that political opponents are using "black magic" to harm Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party, after three top members died this month.
Trump says India's Modi feels he has 'it under control' in Kashmir
US President Donald Trump said Monday he had no need to help mediate between Pakistan and India over tensions in disputed Kashmir because Prime Minister Narendra Modi feels he has it "under control".
India defends blocking politicians from visiting Kashmir
Authorities on Sunday defended blocking opposition Indian politicians from visiting Muslim-majority Kashmir, saying it was to "avoid controversy" weeks after stripping the restive region of its autonomy and imposing a major clampdown.