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India denies visas to U.S. panel on religious freedom, says it has no standing

India has turned down a travel request for members of a U.S. government panel seeking to review its religious freedom, saying such foreign agencies had no standing to assess the constitutional rights of citizens.

India sets out proposals for tighter governance at banks

福利网站India's central bank proposed on Thursday stricter governance rules for commercial banks, following a series of financial and governance problems at lenders in recent months.

Monsoon rains spread over a third of India, weather office says

Annual monsoon rains key to farm output and economic growth have covered more than a third of India and could spread further into its eastern and western regions this week, the weather office said on Thursday.

India, China hold talks to defuse border standoff, thin out some forces

Indian and Chinese military commanders made progress in talks on Wednesday to defuse a standoff along their disputed border in the western Himalayas after pulling back some troops in confidence-building gestures, Indian government officials said.

Exclusive: Obscure Indian cyber firm spied on politicians, investors worldwide

福利网站A little-known Indian IT firm offered its hacking services to help clients spy on more than 10,000 email accounts over a period of seven years.

Exclusive: India plans to hike edible oil import taxes to boost local supply

福利网站India is considering raising import taxes on edible oils as the country seeks to become self-reliant by boosting local oilseed production with the help of tax revenues, two government and two industry officials told Reuters.

WeWork Global to invest $100 million in India business

WeWork will invest $100 million (£79.20 million) in its Indian business as the office-sharing startup looks to ride out the coronavirus crisis, which has kept people indoors and away from offices.

India and Australia sign military base and cyber accords

India and Australia sealed an accord on Thursday to grant access to each other's military bases in order to facilitate mutual defence exchanges and exercises.

India, Australia seal deal to use each other's military bases

India and Australia sealed a deal on Thursday to get access to each other's military bases, the Indian foreign ministry said - a pact that would clear the way for more military exchanges and exercises in the Indo-Pacific.

Amid pandemic, investors bet on India's Jio and its giant-killer playbook

From its Silicon Valley-like campus near Mumbai, Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Jio telecom carrier is emerging as a winner from changes in the way Indian consumers plug into a digital economy made more urgent by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Protesters burn down Wendy's in Atlanta after police shooting

Protesters shut down a major highway in Atlanta on Saturday and burned down a Wendy's restaurant where a black man was shot dead by police as he tried to escape arrest, an incident likely to fuel more nationwide tensions over race and police tactics.

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