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Activists carry posters as they shout slogans during a protest march against the gangrape and murder of a teenager, in India. The Indian politician has apologised after she said women invite rape.

Indian politican Asha Mirje apologises after she said women's clothes and behaviour invites rape

She came under criticism from members of her own party who distanced themselves from her remarks

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David Cameron and Al Murray are ‘distant cousins’ family records show

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Man robbed jewellery store because 'politicians have been thieving from us for years'

Robber needed money for polio-stricken cousin's surgery

I will win the Indian general election, says Rahul Gandhi in first ever TV interview

Campaign leader goes head-to-head with unforgiving anchor in 75-minute encounter

Suchitra Sen retired at the height of her career and became known as ‘the Indian Garbo’

Suchitra Sen: Actress who dominated the Bengali film industry for three decades before retreating into solitude

Suchitra Sen was a legendary Indian actress known for her memorable roles in both Bengali-language and Hindi Bollywood films.

21 die as tourist boat sinks in India

A boat carrying local tourists capsized Sunday in India's Andaman Sea in the Bay of Bengal, killing 21 people, officials said.

Travel special 2014: Let the legendary seduction of the Indian railways cast its spell on you

We were like thieves in the night. We'd been plotting our movements for weeks, working out timings, checking then re-checking our itinerary. A getaway driver had been enlisted and pulled up in the silvery moonlight in a thicket of palm trees almost exactly on time. "Canacona?" he called out to us. We piled into the back of the auto-rickshaw and sped off through the Goan countryside.

Indian police escort men accused of the attack to court. 13 men have been arrested and remain in custody.

West Bengal gang-rape: Young woman 'attacked on bamboo platform in front of entire village'

Now India’s highest court has ordered a judicial inquiry

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In from the cold: India has been officially excluded from the Sochi Winter Olympic Games but four of its athletes will still compete

When the athletes march into the opening ceremony of the Sochi Olympics next month, one flag you won't be seeing is the green, white, and saffron of India. Four Indian skiers will be participating in the games as independent athletes, but they won't be able to formally represent their country, since the Indian Olympic Association has been suspended by the International Olympic Committee since 2012.

Indian police escort men accused of a gang-rape to a court at Birbhum district

Village elders 'order gang-rape of young woman as punishment for relationship with outsider'

The 20-year-old woman was in a critical condition after the attack

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England cricket team captain Alastair Cook (left) and his Indian team counterpart Mahendra Singh Dhoni (right) pose with the championship trophy with Bharti Airtel Gujarat CEO Anant Arora (centre) in Ahmedabad in November 2012

India and England give ICC a plan to save Test cricket

England are brokering a desperate deal with India to try to ensure the survival of world cricket. If it contains elements of naked greed and self-interest there is a growing fear that without it the whole structure of the international game could collapse.

Stampede at Mumbai funeral leaves 18 dead as as thousands mourn Muslim leader's death

Closure of gates causes fatal crush as thousands pay last respects to Muslim spiritual leader

Shashi Tharoor and his wife Sunanda Pushkar at their wedding reception in New Delhi in 2010

Sunanda Pushkar: Injury marks found on body of Indian politician’s wife

Ms Pushkar's body was discovered in a luxury hotel room by her husband Shashi Tharoor

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