Salil Panchal

Latest Mumbai-building collapse kills 10

An apartment block has collapsed in Mumbai's outskirts, killing at least 10 in the latest incident to fuel concerns about the construction quality.

India won’t censor social media, says minister

India does not intend to censor online social networks such as Facebook but demands that they obey the same rules governing the press and other media.

Tata puts Jaguar, Land Rover back in business

Hard work and tough decisions have combined with more favourable market conditions to help India's Tata Motors revive Jaguar and Land Rover.

India probes blast, Pakistan talks still on

Indian police on Monday probed a deadly restaurant bombing that killed nine people, including two foreigners, amid calls for swift justice.

Nine die in India’s first big attack since Mumbai

Security to be increased for Sunday's India-South Africa Test match after attack on a restaurant in Pune on Saturday kills nine.

Mumbai attacks suspect retracts confession

A Pakistani man accused of being one of the 10 militants who attacked Mumbai last year retracted his earlier confession on Friday.

Mumbai closes all schools over swine flu fears

Indian authorities on Wednesday ordered all schools and colleges in Mumbai to shut for a week over fears about the spread of swine flu.

World’s cheapest car to test India’s consumer appetite

The world's cheapest car will be launched next week with backers hoping its troubled birth and the global economic crisis will not put off buyers.

Mumbai blasts: India files charges implicating Pakistan

Police in India filed charges on Thursday against 28 suspects over the Mumbai train blasts in July that killed 185 people, and alleged the attacks were linked to Pakistan's spy agency and militant groups. The police charges claim that Pakistan's intelligence agency and outlawed pro-Pakistan militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba were behind the blasts.

Flood waters rise in India’s financial hub

Large tracts of India's western financial hub of Mumbai were under water on Wednesday as the weather bureau warned further heavy rains were on the way and the death toll from the monsoon deluge rose to nine. The deaths brought to at least 234 the number who have been killed across India since the arrival of the monsoon in May.

Many dead after pounding rains hit India

At least 99 people were reported killed and more than 100 trapped as India's worst day of rainfall on record triggered landslides and building collapses in the western state of Maharashtra, a government official said on Wednesday. Mumbai, India's commercial hub, was paralysed by 24 hours of pounding monsoon rains.

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