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India’s rice crop suffers setback as sparse rains reduce plantings

The harvest is weakening at a time when runaway food inflation is hurting economies around the world and is expected to affect billions of people who depend on the staple food. India accounts for around 40% of the world’s rice trade. Read more

US tells India Indian ship used to redirect Russia-linked fuel to New York

The United States has expressed concern to India that it was used earlier this year to export fuel made from Russian crude to New York through deep-sea transfers, it said on Saturday. a senior Indian central banker. Read more

Salman Rushdie turns off the fan and speaks, says agent Andrew Wylie

Salman Rushdie has been taken off a ventilator and is able to speak, his book agent Andrew Wylie confirmed, a day after the author was stabbed at a literary event in New York state. Read more

Reviews | What if India and Pakistan really got along?

Once in a while – but not too often – it’s worth tossing around an idea that hardly anyone agrees with, if only to keep the discourse fresh. With that in mind, consider my last entry in this category: The status quo between India and Pakistan is temporary. Read more

China calls on India to reiterate one-China policy

China on Saturday called on India to reiterate its support for the “One China” policy amid the Taiwan Straits crisis, a day after New Delhi suggested there was no need for ” reiteration” on this subject. Read more

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