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'Flowers' made of Rs11.1 million offered at Telangana temple in India
The Kanyaka Parameswari temple in Telangana has been decorated with origami flowers made of currency notes amounting to over Rs. 11.1 million.
US signals India’s work in Chabahar is exempt from sanctions: Report
An Indian newspaper said the United States has offered fresh assurances to India that its involvement in the Iranian port of Chabahar would not be affected by Washington’s sanctions on Iran.
India’s festive season spawns fears of renewed virus surge
Just weeks after India fully opened up from a harsh lockdown and began to modestly turn a corner by cutting new coronavirus infections by near half, a Hindu festival season is raising fears that a fresh surge could spoil the hard-won gains.
India loses giant gas field in Iran: Government source
Iran has replaced India in the development of Farzad B gas field in the Persian Gulf, a highly-placed ‎government source in Tehran told Anadolu Agency.‎
India may see 2.6m COVID-19 cases a month if rules relaxed: Panel
An Indian scientific panel said the onset of winter and upcoming festivals could lead to a significant rise of up to 2.6 million coronavirus cases a month in the country if the rules in place to check the spread of the disease are relaxed.
India set to lose Farzad B gas field in Iran
India has all but lost the ONGC Videsh Ltd.-discovered Farzad B gas field in the Persian Gulf after Iran decided to prefer domestic companies over foreign firms for development of the field, sources said.
India begins selecting people for priority coronavirus vaccines
Local media report said on Saturday that the Indian government had begun identifying about 300 million people who would be given the vaccine first when it is ready.
Indian blindfolded man smashes 50 coconuts around another man's body
An Indian martial artist showed off his strength and precision when he donned a blindfold and smashed 50 coconuts that were arranged around the body of another man.
COVID-19 prompts 'enormous rise' in demand for cheap child labor in India
Over 70 children were crammed into a bus, heading from Bihar to a sweatshop in the Indian city of Rajasthan, when the authorities pulled it over. Among the faces half hidden behind colorful masks was 12-year-old Deepak Kumar.
India's tea workers strike as government fails to deliver wage increase
Over 400,000 workers on Indian tea plantations that supply the world’s largest tea companies have gone on strike over the government’s failure to implement a promised daily wage increase from £1.70 to £3.70 a day.
Indian man seeks bride 'not addicted to social media'
A matrimonial ad seeking a bride who is "not addicted to social media" has created a huge buzz online. While many matrimonial ads in the past have been criticized for being regressive and sexist, this one has gone viral for its rather unusual demand in a day and age where most people use at least one social media platform.
Iranian ‘Echo’ resonates in India
The Pink City International Short Film Festival (PCISFF) in India awarded Iranian short animation ‘Echo’.
India’s COVID-19 death toll passes 100,000
More than 100,000 people in India have died from the coronavirus, the government said on Saturday, even as officials plan to lift more restrictions in hopes of reviving the crippled economy.
India’s contracting economy rebooting from coronavirus blow
Millions of distressed Indian manufacturers and traders are counting on the eagerly-awaited October-December festive season to rescue them from their coronavirus catastrophe.

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