Soldiers at a remote mountainous base believe a long-dead colleague patrols India's frontier, wakes sleeping sentries and keeps soldiers from harm. Shefali Anand and Joanna Sugden report. NATHU LA, India-Indian army enlisted man Jitender Singh Sehrawat has had a few close calls.
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Donald Trump, the frontrunner in the Republican presidential nominee race, has changed his stance on allowing highly-skilled migrant workers into the U.S. In a debate hosted by Fox News in Detroit on Thursday, Mr. Trump said that the H-1B visas enable America to recruit and retain talent from overseas.
Raghuram Rajan, India's central bank governor, likes dosas. Or, rather, he likes using the popular South Indian pancake to explain economic theories. In a speech in January, the governor of the Reserve Bank of India set out why high inflation is the "silent killer" of growth and called on the crepe to illustrate why.
A report that travel documents allowing people with family roots in India to travel to the country without a visa are about to become defunct has produced anxiety among holders of the Person of Indian Origin, or PIO, cards. But the news is exaggerated, according to an official working on the issue in the home ministry.
In the past week, parts of northern India have been facing protests from multiple fronts as students, lawyers and people from the Jat community have demonstrated in Delhi and elsewhere. Over the weekend, the Indian military was sent to quell violent protests in the state of Haryana by those demanding quotas for Jats, a caste group, in government jobs and higher education.
Children in Nepal are among the world's most unhappy, according to an international survey of 8-year-olds. The country, one of the world's poorest, was ranked 15th out of 16 nations in mean life satisfaction scores, in research conducted for the Children's Worlds international survey funded by the Jacobs Foundation, a Swiss based nonprofit.
The row around the arrest of a student leader accused of sedition in New Delhi, has dominated Indian news this week and generated acres of comment about free speech, the future of India and what it means to be "antinational."
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The discovery of gravitational waves announced Thursday has given momentum to Indian scientists hoping to be the first outside of the U.S. to host the device that detected the signals from the collision of two black holes.
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Selecting a term
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