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Train derailment in northern India injures 25
At least 25 people were injured on Thursday when eight carriages of a passenger train derailed in northern India, a railway ministry spokesman said, the latest in a series of incidents involving the world's fourth-largest rail network.
Crackdown on abattoirs by India's ruling party alienates Muslims
India’s ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) has ordered closures of abattoirs operating without licenses across several states , a move seen as alienating the country's Muslim population.
Qatar blocks migrant workers from returning home
Qatar has refused to allow scores of migrants from countries including India, Nepal and Bangladesh to return home, violating new labor reforms to improve workers' rights, activists and trade unions said on Wednesday.
Anti-Muslim Hindu hardliner sworn in as India’s most populous state leader
A hardline Hindu leader, with a history of agitation against Muslims, has been officially sworn in as the chief minister of India's most populous state.
US welcomes India’s Chabahar port plan
The United States has welcomed India’s plan to expand Iran’s Chabahar port as a project that a top military official says will help the long-term stability of Afghanistan.
India-Iran-Turkey railway conference opens in New Delhi
A multi-nation conference on trans-Asia connectivity opened in New Delhi to explore the possibility of a rail freight service linking India to Iran and Turkey.
India’s imports from Iran trebled in February
The latest shipping figures show that India’s imports of crude oil from Iran in February increased by about three times compared to the same period last year.
Iran second oil supplier to India in February
India's oil imports from Iran rose nearly 17 percent in February from a month earlier as refiners received less crude from key OPEC producers Saudi Arabia and Iraq following an OPEC deal to cut output, shipping data showed on Monday.
India gold recycling plan fails to tempt households
India's ambitious plan to recycle thousands of tons of gold lying idle in temples and households looks to have foundered on concerns over high costs and slight returns, in a blow to government hopes of cutting imports of the metal.
Modi wins landslide election victory in India's biggest state
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party won a landslide victory in India's most important battleground state on Saturday, in a personal triumph that will strengthen his claim to a second term as national leader.
‘Chabahar Port early development in 2018’
India says it expects to complete the first phase of the construction of Iran’s southeastern port of Chabahar in 2018.
Chabahar Port early development in 2018: Minister
The first phase of the construction of Iran's southeastern port of Chabahar will be complete in 2018, announced India's Shipping, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari.
India mulls local steel requirement for $59b infrastructure spend
India may soon mandate the use of local steel in government infrastructure projects worth billions of dollars, sources said, pitching it as a WTO-compliant protectionist measure aimed at further cutting cheap imports, mainly from China.
India explores rail link with Iran, Turkey
India is weighing the possibility of establishing a rail freight service which would connect the country to Iran and Turkey, New Delhi-based media say.
Indian woman cremated, but suspected of being alive
A woman in India has been cremated at the behest of her husband, but she was suspected of still being alive, police say.

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