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Thousands of riot police and paramilitaries patrol the affected northeast fringes of the Indian capital of 20 million people, preventing any major eruptions
The two days of unrest, which has seen clashes between mobs armed with swords and guns, is the worst sectarian violence seen in Delhi in decades
The short tour sees him holding hands at the Taj Mahal with First Lady Melania and addressing a huge rally
In Bhopal, however, women survivors of the world's worst-ever industrial disaster hit an effigy of Trump with brooms
(UPDATED) 'America loves India. America respects India, and America will always be faithful and loyal friends to the Indian people,' Donald Trump tells the ecstatic crowd.
The 'Ti Toilet' project – 'ti' means 'her' in the local Marathi language – has 12 mobile washrooms, on average used by more 200 women daily. The buses are powered by solar panels mounted on top of the vehicle.
'Trump sir, you are my god,' the devotee says after performing the ritual pooja
Menstruating women students must stay in an isolated basement area and keep away from the kitchen and the place of worship
The play depicts a worried family talking about how they feared the government would ask millions of Muslims to prove their nationality or be expelled from India
More than 14 million people are eligible to take part in Saturday's vote. The results will be announced Tuesday
An executive of Great Wall Motors says the firm's Chinese staff did not travel to India for a major expo as the novel coronavirus might provoke 'negative feelings for some people'
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'This is important because there are cases where the girl concerned doesn't realize she is pregnant in the first 5 months and has to go to court,' says senior minister Prakash Javadekar
Internet access is restored but only to 301 government-approved websites
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The Washington-based global lending institution cautions that outcomes 'depend to an important extent on avoiding further escalation' between Washington and Beijing
The cake is about 6.5 kilometers long, and is made with 12,000 kilograms of sugar and flour
'We will use our global footprint to export $10 billion worth of 'Make in India' products across the world by 2025,' Jeff Bezos says, referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's campaign to boost national production
Indian police seal a private hospital and staff are charged with manslaughter after a 3-hour-old baby is mauled to death by dogs inside the hospital
The arrested police officer is decorated, having worked for the police for decades and being a member of an elite counter-insurgency force in Kashmir, a disputed territory equally claimed by India and Pakistan
The unrest comes as nationwide protests continue against a citizenship law passed in December that bars Muslims from a measure granting nationality to minorities from 3 neighboring Islamic-majority countries
The opportunity to be in India's entertainment business has challenges along the way, including fending off sexual harassment
Twitter users notice a growing number of what appear to be fake Indian accounts telling people to call a number supporting the Citizenship Amendment Act in exchange for free Netflix accounts or chats with lonely women
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission orders the mobile shutdown late on December 30 along a one-kilometer band along the Indian frontier, the watchdog's spokesman Sohel Rana says
India protesters bear placards borrowing famous lines from the TV series 'Game of Thrones' and the Lindsay Lohan movie 'Mean Girls'
At least 27 people have died in two weeks of violent demonstrations after Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government made it easier for non-Muslims from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh to be naturalized
Janne-Mette Johansson says police gave her 'verbal assurances' that she could take part in peaceful demonstrations
At least 25 people have died in 10 days of demonstrations and violence after Narendra Modi's government passed the law criticized as anti-Muslim. More protests took place on Sunday.
Among the fatalities is an 8-year-old boy who was trampled in a protest
The latest deaths take the nationwide toll from the violence to 20
A day after intense protests rocked Delhi, police ban gatherings of more than 4 people in some Muslim-dominated areas in the megacity's northeast
In a major challenge to India Prime Minister Narendra Modi, tens of thousands of people take to the streets for the 6th day against a new citizenship law critics say is anti-Muslim
Some 5,000 people take part in a fresh demonstration in Guwahati on Sunday, with hundreds of police watching on as they sang, chanted and carried banners with the words 'long live Assam'
The All Assam Students Union says it would continue the fight against the Citizenship Amendment Act 'in the streets and in the court'
Opponents of the legislation have threatened to challenge it in the Supreme Court, saying it violates the principles of equality and secularism enshrined in the constitution
The Citizenship Amendment Bill, set to go before the upper house on Wednesday, will fast-track citizenship claims from refugees from 3 neighboring countries – but not if they are Muslim
(UPDATED) An assistant commissioner of police says most victims were sleeping when the fire broke out and died due to asphyxiation
News of the investigation comes as the country reels after the death of a woman who had been set on fire on her way to a sexual assault hearing
The men, who had been in custody for a week over the latest rape case to shock India, are shot in the early hours during a re-enactment of the crime organized by police in Shadnagar
(UPDATED) NASA releases an image taken by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter that shows the site of the Vikram lander's impact and associated debris field, with parts scattered over almost two dozen locations spanning several kilometers
A 27-year-old veterinary doctor was gang-raped, killed, and then her body burned
Authorities say the cause of death remains unclear
Journalists hold a silent demonstration against the internet ban, holding their laptops with open with blank screens or held placards with the words '100 days no internet' and 'stop humiliating Kashmir journalists'
Cyclone Bulbul, packing winds of up to 120 kilometers per hour when it hit late Saturday, killes 12 people in Bangladesh – 11 from falling trees – and 12 in India's West Bengal and Odisha states
'It is finally over. Now there won't be any more security lockdowns or sleepless nights,' says a Hindu resident in Ayodhya
(3rd UPDATE) Some 2.1 million people across Bangladesh are relocated to cyclone shelters. In India, nearly 120,000 evacuees start to return home as the cyclone weakened.
Pakistani leader Imran Khan hopes that the day will come when its relations with India 'will improve'
'My appeal to the people of India is that our priority is to ensure the verdict strengthens the values of peace, equality and goodwill of our country,' says Prime Minister Narendra Modi
India's Supreme Court says the capital's residents are 'losing precious years' of their lives, adding 'people are dying, this just cannot happen in a civilized country'