Humayan's Tomb, a 16th-century Mughal garden tomb that helped inspire the Taj Mahal, is one of several UNESCO World Heritage sites in Delhi. Walwyn/Flickr hide caption

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Mystery Series' Portly P.I. Peels Back The Layers Of Delhi Society

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Sub Fire Called India's Worst Naval Disaster In Peacetime

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Rescuers In India Try To Reach Sailors Trapped In Submarine

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Supporters of India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party protest Tuesday in Allahabad, India, against the deaths of five Indian soldiers. India has accused Pakistani soldiers of firing across the Line of Control in Kashmir; Islamabad denies the charge. Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP hide caption

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Visitors ride in a carriage at the entrance of the Jewel of the Nizams "Falaknuma Palace," the former residence of Nizam Mehaboob Ali Khan in the old city area of Hyderabad. The legacy of these Muslim rulers — and the disenfranchisement of the Hindu majority — contributed to the economic gap in Andhra Pradesh. Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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India Clearing The Way For New State

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Chandra Devi lost two of her children last week when they consumed a free school lunch in Gandaman village, India. They were among 23 children who died in the tragedy. Anoo Bhuyan/NPR hide caption

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Families Of Poisoned Children Try To Cope In India

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Police Hunt For Principal After Indian School Lunch Deaths

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Police In India Probe Poisoning Of School Children

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Rebecca Khatun, a worker at Rana Plaza, lies in a hospital bed. She lost her left leg and right foot in the collapse, which also killed five members of her family. Khatun received $120 and free medical care for her loss --€” compensation she says won't be enough for what she's been through. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Bangladesh Collapse: The Garment Workers Who Survived

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A bride and groom exchange rings during a traditional Indian wedding ceremony. Although most marriages in India are still arranged, a growing number of women are taking matters of the heart into their own hands, using social networking clubs and matrimonial websites. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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In India, More Women Are Playing Matchmaker For Themselves

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Nawaz Sharif Expected To Win Pakistan's Elections

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