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  • MUMBAI, India - First they were stripped of their utensils, furniture, mobile phones, televisions, ration cards and heirloom gold jewelry. Then, some of them drank pesticide. One woman threw herself in a pond. Another jumped into a well with her children. Sometimes, the debt collectors watched.

  • TILKESHWAR, India - Tilkeshwar is one of India's forgotten villages. It's 20 miles from the nearest paved road, untouched by electricity, running water, sanitation and even the barest of health care. Life is so bleak that nearly all adult men leave to search for menial work for their families'survival.

  • SRINAGAR, India - Three young people have died in violence in Indian-controlled Kashmir despite a curfew that continued for a third day Monday following the execution of a Kashmiri man convicted in a deadly 2001 attack on India's Parliament. Mohammed Afzal Guru was hanged in New Delhi early Saturday. Ahead of the execution, authorities ordered people in most of the Indian- held part of the disputed Kashmir region to remain indoors indefinitely in anticipation of anti-India protests.

  • BAHIR JONAI, India - The wall of water raced through narrow Himalayan gorges in northeast India, gathering speed as it raked the banks of towering trees and boulders. When the torrent struck their island in the Brahmaputra river, the villagers remember, it took only moments to obliterate their houses, possessions and livestock. No one knows exactly how the disaster happened, but everyone knows whom to blame: neighboring China.

  • India building collapse kills 7 PANAJI, India - A five-story building under construction in the southern Indian state of Goa collapsed on Saturday, killing at least seven workers and leaving dozens more feared trapped under the rubble, police said.

  • MUMBAI, India - It stars a hard-core adult film actress and has a title that would appear to leave little to the imagination. But it's not a porn movie - Bollywood is certainly not ready for that. Jism 2" - the word means "body" in Hindi language - will be released across India on Friday, promising to be one of the most graphic films in Bollywood history. It shows no frontal nudity - government censors monitoring a film industry that long refused to show onscreen kissing would never clear that. But with its oil massages and fantastic lingerie, the film is pushing the ever- widening sexual boundaries enjoyed by many in urban India.

  • NEW DELHI - India's Tihar Jail is a land of bakeries and carpentry shops, where inmates compete in music contests, take classes and perform intensive Buddhist meditation as part of their rehabilitation. Tihar Jail is also a vast, overcrowded facility, crammed with people awaiting trial who sleep on concrete floors, face daily threats from other prisoners and are shaken down for bribes from their poorly paid jailers, according to human rights lawyers and former inmates there.

  • Stampede kills 18 people in India MUMBAI, India - A pre-dawn stampede killed 18 people Saturday as tens of thousands of people gathered to mourn the death of a Muslim spiritual leader in India's financial capital, police said.

  • MUMBAI, India - Wal-Mart Stores said Wednesday it is splitting from its Indian business partner and suspending plans for its own retail stores in India because strict government regulations on sourcing from local small businesses make it impossible. The move by the world's largest retailer represents a blow to India's attempts to attract foreign investment in the huge but underdeveloped retail sector. Wal-Mart already runs a wholesaling joint venture in India and will continue that business, buying out partner Bharti Enterprises.

  • Floods kill 23 in northern India

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