Alahednews Alahednews India’s Lone Nuclear Submarine Damaged; Lying Idle for One Month A Russian nuclear submarine leased by the Indian Navy has been severely damaged in an accident and has not sailed for a month. Police Attack Muslims Mourning Ashura in Indian-Controlled Kashmir Indian police attacked Shia Muslims taking part in Ashura procession. India Slams Pakistan’s Use of Gaza Girl Image at UN India blasted Pakistan for using an image of a Gazan girl at the UN to illustrate Indian violence in Kashmir. India’s Army Chief: China «Testing Limits» on Border India’s army chief said his country must be prepared for war. Mumbai Building Collapses, 34 Killed At least 34 people lost their lives after an old apartment building collapsed amid heavy rains in Mumbai. India «to Deport 40,000 Rohingya Muslims» India is planning to deport tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims from the country. Indian Muslims Protest against Saudi Terror Funding Thousands of Indian Muslims registered their protest in New Delhi against Saudi Arabia for funding terrorism. India Inks $2 bn Weapons Deal with «Israel» India will buy nearly $2 billion worth of weapons technology from ’Israel’. Trump, Modi Discuss US-Indian Economy, Security Partnership US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a phone call discussed bolstering the bilateral relation in economic and security Thousands Mourn India’s «Iron Lady» Tens of thousands mourned J Jayalalitha, one of India’s most influential and colorful politicians. Pakistan: Indian Fire, Shelling Kills 11 in Kashmir At least 11 people were killed in cross-border fire and shelling in disputed Kashmir. India Train Disaster Toll Rises to 142, More Dead Feared The death toll from India’s rail disaster rose to 142. India Acts to Help Farmers Hit by Black Money Crackdown India’s government on Thursday announced immediate steps to ease a cash crunch for farmers amid widespread criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Indian PM Heads to Japan to Seal Nuclear Deal Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi headed to Japan to seal a landmark nuclear energy pact and strengthen ties. Teen Funeral Shifts to Protest in India’s Kashmir Fresh scuffles broke out in Indian-controlled Kashmir between government forces and mourners who had turned out for the funeral of a teenage boy alleg 12 Killed in Stampede at Indian Religious Gathering A stampede at a religious gathering in northern India killed 12 people Saturday as they rushed to pay their respects to a holy monk, a senior police o Indian Army Kills 3 Militants in Kashmir The Indian military said it killed three suspected militants who allegedly attempted to seize an army base in the Indian-controlled Kashmir, as height India Strikes along Kashmir Frontier India’s military has carried out ’surgical strikes’ along the de facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir to thwart a series of attacks being planned Indian Police Rescue 22 Nepali Trafficking Victims Police rescued 22 Nepali women from a hotel in New Delhi who were allegedly being trafficked from the impoverished Himalayan nation to the Middle East Heavy Flooding Kills 300+ Eastern, Central India Over 300 people died in eastern and central India as severe flooding is destroying villages, crops, and roads. Kashmir Unrest: Death Toll Rises to 68, Demand for Pellet Gun Ban Intensifies Death toll of the Kashmir unrest rises to 68 as many demand the ban of pellet gun use by security personnel. Indian Police Expand Curfew in Kashmir, Block Protest Rally Indian authorities expanded a curfew to areas across the disputed Kashmir region in an effort aimed at blocking a march by pro-independence activists. Kashmir Protests Kill Two, Injure 100+ Fresh protests in Indian-administered Kashmir Friday left at least two protesters dead and more than 100 injured, taking the death toll from nearly a Kashmir Curfew Extended to Prevent Anti-India Rallies New Delhi extended curfew in several parts of Indian-controlled Kashmir for a 28th day in an attempt to prevent more pro-independence protests across Kashmir Curfew Continues Amid Tensions Most parts of the Indian-administered Kashmir remain under curfew a week after the killing of a popular militant leader in the disputed Himalayan regi