Check out these clues from this month's crosswords in the Guardian and the Financial Times:
Guardian 25320 (Brendan): Asian type somehow making his mark on India (8) KASHMIRI
KASHMIR, an anagram (somehow making) of HIS MARK + I (India)
FT 13698 (Bradman): Elite Hindu place following revolutionary conflict (6) RAJPUT
PUT (place) after JAR (conflict) reversed
Both clues make India-related references and yet, I'd be surprised if a crossword created in India used those definitions.
Can you think of more such clues?
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