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Tourism destinations deep inside of India's tiger parks will be closed indefinitely after the Supreme Court of India ruled Tuesday to impose an interim ban on all tourism activities in core areas of tiger forests.

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Rescuers search for bodies after Indian ferry disasterupdated: Wed May 02 2012 04:20:00

Authorities continued their search for bodies Wednesday, two days after one of India's worst ferry accidents claimed at least 100 lives.

Report on coal fields creates fresh furor for Indian governmentupdated: Fri Mar 23 2012 06:15:00

India's scandal-tainted government has come under fresh attack from opposition parties after a leading newspaper ran a front-page report alleging that auditors had found that the awarding of coal fields to private companies had deprived the treasury of $211 billion.

Heart health in sportsupdated: Thu Mar 22 2012 07:04:00

Cardiologist Dr. Chandan Devireddy explains the precautions teams can take when screening their players.

Indian footballer dies after heart attackupdated: Thu Mar 22 2012 07:04:00

A footballer in India has collapsed and died during a match after apparently suffering a cardiac arrest.

Indian baby's case opens doors into a dark worldupdated: Sat Feb 11 2012 09:51:00

In a New Delhi hospital, a two-year-old girl is fighting for her life after a teenager brought her there three weeks ago, unconscious with severe head injuries and bruises, fractured arms and human bite marks covering her tiny body.

Hoard of treasure uncovered in Indian templeupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 10:38:00

Jet-setting spiritual gurus. Gilded temples. Sprawling ashrams. Tons of offerings.

No overhaul of Singh's team in Indian Cabinet reshuffleupdated: Thu Jan 20 2011 10:18:00

India's prime minister carried out no overhaul of his Cabinet as he realigned his team in the face of scathing criticism of his handling of corruption in the government.

Indian cricket board suspends league bossupdated: Mon Apr 26 2010 15:58:00

The head of the Indian Premier League, billed as the world's richest cricket tournament, has been suspended from his post amid a scandal involving allegations of money laundering, a sport official said Monday.

India apologizes for ad gaffeupdated: Mon Jan 25 2010 04:49:00

India apologized to its citizens for a government advertisement, aimed at promoting female children, that showed a former Pakistani air force chief.

India athlete makes plea for Semenyaupdated: Mon Sep 14 2009 13:10:00

She lost her career, was ostracized and driven to a suicide attempt.

India faith leaders: Anti-gay law must stayupdated: Mon Jun 29 2009 20:17:00

Religious groups in India have warned they will oppose any move to legalize homosexuality as the federal government prepares to hold talks on a law that classifies same-sex acts as crimes.

Indian doctors save boy impaled on iron rodupdated: Fri Mar 13 2009 20:40:00

Indian doctors have successfully removed a 1.2-meter rod from a 3-year-old boy after he was impaled on it at his grandparents' house.

Gandhi hails arrival of international flights to Kashmirupdated: Sat Feb 14 2009 11:04:00

The Srinagar airport opened Saturday to international traffic, part of an effort to encourage tourism and trade.

Press Review: World hails 'United States of Obama'updated: Wed Jan 21 2009 13:21:00

Newspaper front pages around the world were unanimous Wednesday in celebrating the momentousness of Barack Obama's inauguration as U.S. president.

Celebrations for Obama in Nairobiupdated: Wed Jan 21 2009 13:21:00

CNN's David McKenzie talks with Obama supporters as they celebrate his inauguration as U.S. president.

Indian victims include financier, journalist, actor's sister, policeupdated: Wed Dec 03 2008 07:44:00

The chairman of one of India's fastest-growing banks, the sister of a Bollywood actor, a Times of India journalist and the chief of India's Anti-Terrorism Squad were among Indians killed in the four-day terrorist siege in Mumbai.

Nation mourns Karkareupdated: Wed Dec 03 2008 07:44:00

Hemant Karkare, the slain anti-terror chief in Mumbai, India, is laid to rest.

Indian media react to Mumbai carnageupdated: Sat Nov 29 2008 15:14:00

Three days after gangs of gunmen launched a murderous rampage in Mumbai, India, killing at least 183 people, the emphasis in the Indian media has quickly turned from shock to anger and recrimination.

Colleagues: Slain terror chief 'superb,' a 'daredevil'updated: Sat Nov 29 2008 07:43:00

Hemant Karkare, Mumbai's slain terror chief, was a shrewd and unflappable investigator whose death is a blow to a police force that has difficult work ahead, his colleagues said this week. India's Grassroots Teachersupdated: Wed Oct 08 2008 04:00:00

Volunteers and NGOs are setting up classrooms across India to try supplement a national education system that they say does not make the grade Is Booming India Immune to a U.S. Downturn? updated: Thu Jan 24 2008 03:00:00

A sharp slide in India's share markets suggested that India's investors have followed suit in the global sell-off sparked by fears of a U.S. recession. But India's growth rate will remain in rude health

Angry Indians suspend their tourupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 10:15:00

India have suspended their tour of Australia until their appeal against the three-match ban handed to spinner Harbhajan Singh is heard. The Demise of an India Nuke Dealupdated: Mon Oct 22 2007 16:00:00

Analysis: If the India-U.S. nuclear pact fails, it could bring down the government and impede India's economic reforms Will Terror Threaten India's Economy? updated: Mon Aug 27 2007 11:00:00

Hyderabad is the latest technology center to be a target. But so far, India's grim security situation hasn't hindered its boom

Highlights from the world's pressupdated: Tue Jan 02 2007 05:46:00

Journalists are good at reporting what's happened, not so good at predicting what is going to happen. But even though the future is inherently unpredictable, papers around the world are not holding back: Let's a take at how some of them are forecasting the world in 2007.

Today's Buzz storiesupdated: Mon Jan 01 2007 12:12:00

Looks like Tom Petty won't back down after all.

Indians criticize winning Aussiesupdated: Tue Nov 07 2006 04:57:00

Top Indian cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar joined their country's media on Tuesday in criticizing Australian players following incidents after the Champions Trophy final.

Fish food fears spark price plungeupdated: Sun Jan 09 2005 23:36:00

Hard-hit Indian Ocean fishermen are being hurt again by falling demand for seafood prompted by fears it may be contaminated by decaying bodies that were swept out to sea by the tsunamis.

CNNMoney: The real risk in Indian offshoringupdated: Tue Jul 13 2004 11:05:00

Offshore outsourcing has been a controversial topic during the past year. But so far, the political furor over offshoring has not hurt large Indian tech services firms.

Popular S. Asia rail link reopensupdated: Thu Jan 15 2004 02:35:00

A train has left the Pakistani city of Lahore bound for New Delhi, the first time for two years the service has run.

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