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India executes four men for brutal 2012 Delhi bus rape and murder

福利网站India hanged four men on Friday who were convicted for the rape and murder of a young woman on a bus in New Delhi in 2012, in a case that shocked the world and shamed the country over its appalling record for crimes against women.

India plans e-commerce regulator, tighter controls under new policy - sources

India wants to set up an e-commerce regulator and force companies such as Amazon to swiftly turn over information sought by authorities as part of a new policy being drafted, two sources familiar with the plan told Reuters.

Timeline - India executes four men convicted in 2012 Delhi gang rape, murder case

福利网站India executed four men on Friday convicted for the gang rape and murder of a woman on a New Delhi bus in December 2012, in a case that shamed and outraged a nation with one of the world's worst records for crimes against women.

Tiny Indian rights group piles pressure on Vodafone Idea

A tiny Indian consumer rights group which has been leading a campaign to make telecoms companies pay billions of dollars due to the state said on Wednesday it would oppose a government proposal to allow repayment over 20 years.

Exclusive: India plans to top up strategic tanks with cheap Saudi, UAE oil - sources

India plans to take advantage of low prices for oil from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to top up its strategic petroleum reserves (SPR), two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.

In Indian capital, riots deepen a Hindu-Muslim divide

For years, Hindus and Muslims lived and worked peacefully together in Yamuna Vihar, a densely populated Delhi district.

India hikes taxes on mobile phones, parts

India's Goods and Services Tax Council has increased the tax on mobile phones and parts, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Saturday, a move that could lead to higher prices.

India frees top Kashmir politician after months of detention

Indian authorities on Friday ordered the release of Kashmir's most prominent politician, Farooq Abdullah, one of dozens of leaders held since August, when the federal government withdrew the troubled region's autonomy.

Malaysia wants to resolve palm oil spat with India within a month, minister says

Malaysia aims to resolve its palm oil spat with India within a month, the southeast Asian nation's new minister of plantation industries and commodities said on Wednesday.

Indian state ordered to remove billboards 'naming and shaming' anti-govt protesters

福利网站The top court in India's most populous state ordered authorities on Monday to remove large displays of the names, pictures and addresses of dozens of anti-government protesters, amid fears that they encourage attacks by vigilante mobs.

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Italy bans internal travel as death toll rises a further 651

福利网站Italy banned travel within the country on Sunday in yet another attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, with data showing a further 651 people had died from the disease, lifting the number of fatalities to 5,476.

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