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  • Five, including Karnataka MLA, die in Andhra Pradesh train accident

    A Member of India's Legislative Assembly (MLA) Venkatesh Nayak and four others were killed on Monday morning when an express train and a granite-laden truck collided at a level crossing in Andhra Pradesh state's Anantapur area, said a report published on Hindustan Times...

    At least 25 people are reported to have been injured in this second fatal railway accident this month, which took place in Madakasira — more than 450km from...

  • Hopes on hold for model Andhra capital

    A staggering $15 billion is needed to transform Amaravati from a few shiny buildings, villages and thousands of acres of agricultural land into the envisioned capital of Andhra Pradesh, one of India’s largest states...

    Andhra once had another capital — the booming tech and business powerhouse of Hyderabad, which pulses with IT know-how and a startup culture...

  • Taj Mahal struck off tourism list by Uttar Pradesh govt

    NEW DELHI: The rightwing Hindu government in Uttar Pradesh has removed the Taj Mahal from its official list of tourist destinations for which the state is famous, reports said on Monday...

    The move follows comments by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who said the 17th century marvel in Agra does not represent Indian ethos...

  • At least 23 dead, dozens injured as train derails in India's Uttar Pradesh

    Emergency workers and crowds of local people rushed to the site where 14 coaches derailed near Muzaffarnagar district in Uttar Pradesh state, some 130 kilometres (80 miles) from New Delhi, the latest deadly disaster on the country's creaking rail network...

    Less than a year ago 146 people died in a similar disaster in Uttar Pradesh after 14 carriages of a passenger train came off the tracks...

  • China warns India over Arunachal Pradesh bridge

    NEW DELHI: China on Monday asked India to be “cautious” and exercise “restraint” over building infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh, days after a bridge that links it to neighbouring Assam was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, NDTV said...

    China claims Arunachal Pradesh as South Tibet...

  • Indian woman allegedly set on fire by police in Uttar Pradesh

    A woman in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh died after she alleged that two policemen set her on fire inside a police station following her refusal to pay a bribe, said a report published on BBC...

    The policemen have been suspended and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has ordered an inquiry into the case, the BBC report said...

  • ‘Trump Army’ campaigns for Hindutva in Uttar Pradesh

    NEW DELHI: A self-styled Trump Sena (Trump Army) has been raised by young Hindutva groups in India’s western Uttar Pradesh region to intimidate Muslims and Christians and support Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata party (BJP), in assembly elections due this month, reports said on Saturday...

    Widespread anti-Muslim violence polarised general elections in 2014 in Uttar Pradesh, which saw Mr Modi sweeping the state with...

  • Test for Modi as India’s biggest state Uttar Pradesh votes

    Uttar Pradesh is home to over 200 million people and polls in the battleground state are a bellwether of national politics...

    Both Modi and Gandhi — scion of the family that has dominated the Congress party for generations — have their seats in Uttar Pradesh, underscoring the importance of the electorally pivotal state...

  • Meat shops set ablaze in India's Uttar Pradesh days after radical chief minister took charge

    Three shops selling meat and fish were set ablaze in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday by unidentified persons days after Muslim-baiting Hindutva cleric Yogi Adityanath was sworn in as the new chief minister of the state, Hindustan Times reported...

    Adityanath, a Hindu radical, was sworn in on Sunday as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, which has a Muslim population of nearly 40 million, after newly-elected lawmakers of the Bharatiya Janata...

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