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Indian rupee hits all-time low against US dollar

 

The Indian rupee slumped to an all-time low against the US dollar on Thursday as the currency comes under increasing

Flights canceled after Bali volcano eruption

 

Dozens of flights were cancelled Thursday as a rumbling Bali volcano belched a fresh plume of smoke and ash more

Last straw for McDonald’s, Burger King in Mumbai plastic ban

Burger King, McDonald’s and Starbucks are among dozens of companies fined for violating a new ban on single-use plastics in India’s

Pakistan’s younger Sharif launches election campaign

The younger brother of Pakistan’s ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif launched his party’s election campaign Tuesday with vows to deliver massive

Grandmaster in a flash: Indian prodigy chess champ at 12

A 12-year-old Indian boy described as “unstoppable” by his proud father has become the world’s second youngest chess grandmaster ever.

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Kohli backing his ‘X-factor’ spinners in England

India skipper Virat Kohli said Friday he is backing his wrist spinners to give his team the edge over a rampant

Five charity workers gang-raped in India

Five women working for a charity in remote eastern India were abducted and gang-raped at gunpoint, police said Friday, in the

Yoga: Indian practice turned global phenomenon

 

The Indian discipline of yoga, involving spiritual and physical practices, is followed in myriad forms today by millions of people

Sri Lanka skipper appeals ban over ball tampering: ICC

 

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has appealed his one-match ban for ball tampering during a Test against the West Indies,

Rats break into ATM, munch through $18,000 in cash

 

Indian police on Thursday said rats nibbled through more than a million rupees of banknotes after busting into a cash