India Headlines

  • Cricket-No more chopping, changing in ODIs for India

    India's period of experimenting with their one-day international side is over with a little over six months before the World Cup in England, head coach Ravi Shastri has said.

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  • Severe cyclone kills 10 in southern India; 80,000 evacuated

    A severe cyclone has unleashed heavy rains and winds of 90 kilometers (55 miles) per hour, killing at least 10 people in southern India. Narendra Kumar, an official of the National Disaster Response Force, says Cyclone Gaja hit coastal areas of Tamil Nadu state early Friday, toppling trees...

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  • Shastri a yes-man? 'Most bizarre' says defiant Kohli

    The India captain pats Shastri's man-management, credits him for bringing players out of their shells

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  • Australia refers India to WTO over sugar cane subsidies

    Australia is referring India to the World Trade Organization over subsidies it pays its sugar cane farmers, which Australia says creates a surplus that’s affecting its own farmers

    Washington Post
  • Severe cyclone kills 10 in southern India; 80,000 evacuated

    A severe cyclone has unleashed heavy rains and winds of 90 kilometers (55 miles) per hour, killing at least 10 people in southern India

    Washington Post
  • Analysis: Exit of Flipkart CEO adds to fears in Corporate India about sexual misconduct

    In 2015, when Antony Alex pitched his training products for tackling sexual harassment in the workplace, large and small businesses in India mostly turned him away saying it was not worth the investment.

    IN
  • Facebook plans independent body for content-removal appeals

    Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday the world's largest social media service would create an independent body to review user appeals of content takedowns, saying his company should not by itself be making "so many important decisions about free expression and safety."

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  • WaPo: Trump Jr.'s India business trip cost US government nearly $100K

    A family business trip to India by President Donald Trump's eldest son cost taxpayers nearly $100,000, The Washington Post reported Thursday. The Post report, citing government documents, showed Donald Trump Jr.'s Secret Service protection racked up $97,805 in bills for the February trip to New Dehli, Mumbai, Pune and Kolkata, where there are Trump-licensed luxury high-rises. The report also noted a review last year had pegged the government's price tag for a trip by son Eric Trump to Uruguay at...

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  • UK's May likens her Brexit resolve to cricketer Geoff Boycott

    British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has vowed to see through her Brexit plan to the end, compared herself on Thursday to legendary English cricketer Geoffrey Boycott, noting that he was hard to get out even if his run-scoring was sometimes slow.

    IN
  • India choke Ireland for first semi-final entry since 2010

    Raj makes battling half-century before spinners take over; Pakistan, New Zealand knocked out

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  • UK's May likens her Brexit resolve to cricketer Geoff Boycott

    British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has vowed to see through her Brexit plan to the end, compared herself on Thursday to legendary English cricketer Geoffrey Boycott, noting that he was hard to get out even if his run-scoring was sometimes slow.

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  • UK's May likens her Brexit resolve to cricketer Geoff Boycott

    British Prime Minister Theresa May, who has vowed to see through her Brexit plan to the end, compared herself on Thursday to legendary English cricketer Geoffrey Boycott, noting that he was hard to get out even if his run-scoring was sometimes slow.

    in.reuters.com
  • Australia refers India to WTO over sugar cane subsidies

    Australia is referring India to the World Trade Organization over subsidies it pays its sugar cane farmers, which Australia says creates a surplus that's affecting its own farmers. Trade Minister … Click to Continue

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  • No more chopping and changing in ODIs

    India's head coach said they would only use a small group of players in their 13 ODIs before next year's World Cup in England

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  • Ikea has a plan to fix pollution crisis in India's cities

    Ikea has come up with a plan to help some of the world's most polluted cities breathe easier. The global furniture giant will start making products out of agricultural waste in India, meaning farmers no longer have to burn it. The initiative, called "Better Air Now,"will provide Indian farmers with a use for unwanted rice straw, which is often burned. Smoke from the firesis one of the major contributors to northern India's pollution crisis. Ikea, which opened its first stores in India earlier...

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  • Baby monkey desperately tries to wake mother killed by a car in India

    The adult monkey was knocked down while it was crossing the road between the towns of Bareilly and Budaun in Uttar Pradesh, northern India, and later the baby refused to leave its side.

    Mail Online
  • Insight: As India eases citizenship path for Hindus, Rohingya Muslims fear expulsion

    Nar Singh can vividly recall the day in 2014 when Narendra Modi promised to provide refuge to Hindus suffering around the world. The 39-year-old shop owner sat awestruck inside his two-bedroom house in Pakistan's eastern Mirpur Khas district, as Modi's voice boomed from the television during his successful campaign to become India's prime minister.

    IN
  • Lewis Hamilton clarifies India 'poor place' comments

    Lewis Hamilton has clarified his comments on Indian poverty after some of his social media followers were "upset." In an interview with the BBC, the five-time world champion said he felt "conflicted" attending the Indian Grand Prix, which ran on the Formula One calendar from 2011 to 2013. Visit cnn.com/sport for more news and videos "I've been to India before to a race which was strange because India was such a poor place yet we had this massive, beautiful grand prix track made in the middle of...

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