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India (300-7) beat Pakistan (224 all out) by 76 runs

The ECB could be given greater control by the ICC

ECB could be given an enhanced role in major decision-making when the ICC discuss new proposals

ECB could become one of three central figures alongside Cricket Australia and Cricket for India

Delhi's Paharganj area is popular with backpackers

Government issues safety warnings for women tourists in India after sex attacks

Violent attacks on Polish, German and Danish travellers reported already this year

Travel agenda

From a converted railway station in Snowdonia and a new resort to San Diego to Sawdays' sale and Gooey travel accessories

An ambulance arrives at the Leela Hotel in New Delhi where wife of Indian minister Shashi Tharoor, Sunanda Pushkar was found dead

Sunanda Pushkar, wife on Indian government minister, found dead following affair claims

The death of Sunanda Pushkar has sent shockwaves around Delhi

Rahul Gandhi to lead campaign for India's ruling Congress party

Members of India's ruling Congress party erupted in rapturous applause today for Rahul Gandhi, heir to the country's Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, who is leading the struggling party's campaign in a general election in May.

Postcard from... Bangalore

The two sisters sat in the airport lounge, waiting for their flight to Kerala. It was delayed. They were keen to get going. Their mother had died the day before and they were going to settle her affairs. “She had a good life. She lived to 97,” explained one of the sisters. “You know what her secret was? Coconuts.”

Devyani Khobragade, India's Deputy Consul General, was allegedly handcuffed and strip-searched on her arrest

It's not the treatment of Devyani Khobragade that is fuelling India's anger at the US

The diplomat was caught bang to rights. But election season changes things...

Pope Francis addresses ambassadors to the Holy See at the Vatican on January 13, 2014

Pope Francis removes four cardinals in Vatican bank shake-up

Pope Francis continues his shake-up of the Catholic Church after sacking four cardinals from the Vatican Bank commission on Wednesday.

All that glitters: Amritsar's Golden Temple

Thirty years on from Amritsar: If the SAS were involved, it will embarrass the UK

There would be justifiable anger within the Sikh community

Olympic boxer Mary Kom launches self-defence app and first ever 'female fight club' in India

New app and SMS service will offer advice and tips to women

Delhi police question homeless men after Danish tourist is gang-raped and robbed at knife-point in backpacking area

Police question group of men after woman was reportedly assaulted

Amartya Sen, professor of economics and of philosophy at Harvard University, is an Indian-born Nobel laureate

The lost girls: Girls are still aborted in states with more educated women, by Amartya Sen

A distinct bias of "boy preference" can be found in countries extending from North Africa and West Asia to South Asia, including India, and East Asia, including China. That such discrimination has a place in a large part of the modern world is distressing: the number of "missing women" can be quite large.

The lost girls: Main conclusions of The Independent's study

There is strong evidence that the overall gender ratio is significantly different from the background ratio in the case of UK parents born in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Amritsar massacre: David Cameron launches inquiry into ‘SAS involvement’ in 1984 Golden Temple killings

Previously secret documents indicate Margaret Thatcher knew about possible SAS involvement in 1984 Indian army raid

Celebrations for Bhogali Bihu or Magh Bihu, the harvest festival, have begun with community feasts and prayers
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