Heavy rains pound eastern India
03 September 2017 | 3:20 pm
Heavy rains on Saturday (September 2) caused severe flooding in India's eastern state of Odisha, bringing life in the province to a grinding halt.
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India and Pakistan traditionally have hostile relations, but there is hope on one front, at least. In order to enable the Sikhs from India to make a pilgrimage to one of their holiest shrines, a "peace corridor" has been opened between the two countries.
Indian authorities are carrying out a massive manhunt for Sikh separatist leader Amritpal Singh. As he evades the police, his popularity haunts Punjab as a reminder of once deadly tensions.
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