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article 30 July 2014 World, India
Indian Landslide
Liam Dutton by India landslide: dozens feared trapped

Heavy monsoon rains triggered a landslide in India on Wednesday, burying up to 150 in a village around 37 miles from the western city of Pune in Maharashtra.

article 08 July 2014 World, India
Narendra Modi
Why has UK failed to exploit ties with India?

The balance of power has shifted considerably as the foreign secretary and chancellor attempt to make key gains in the United Kingdom's economic partnership with India.

video 01 July 2014 World, India

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Three pulled from India building collapse - video

Rescuer workers in Chennai, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, pull three survivors from the debris of an 11-storey building which collapsed at the weekend, leaving 19 dead.

video 06 June 2014 World, India

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Sikh sword fight at Golden Temple - video

Sikhs armed with swords and spears clash in their religion's holiest shrine, the Golden Temple in Amritsar, on the 30th anniversary of a controversial raid by Indian security forces.

video 02 June 2014 World, India

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Police use watercannon on India rape protest - video

Police use watercannon on a protest by the women's wing of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the grisly rape and hanging of two teenage girls in northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

article 31 May 2014 World, India
News
Can Britain do business with Narendra Modi?

As India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi is the leader of the world's biggest democracy. Britain hit the diplomatic bull's-eye with the sometimes controversial figure early on: but what's next?

article 30 May 2014 World, India
Students in New Delhi protest the rape and murder of two Dalit girls
by Words but not action: failing to end India's rape crisis

The rape and murder of two girls in India show how official words have not translated into action to address issues of sexual violence and poverty, Human Rights Watch tells Channel 4 News.

post 29 May 2014
Read more on Liam's blog Pre-monsoon heat approaches 50C in India

Temperatures across India have soared close to 50C in some parts of the country in recent days, ahead of the annual Monsoon.

post 19 May 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog Should we trust India's Mr Modi?

Narendra Modi has proved himself as an effective and dynamic leader and reformer. But he heal, rather than exacerbate, religious division and hatred in India?

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