Afghanistan President Karzai wants to buy spare weapons from India, in a move that risks antagonizing Pakistan.
India leads the world in annual maternal deaths. Technology firms are pairing with the government’s village health program to work with rural women.
Growing up is grim in Delhi’s biggest red light district — but there’s hope.
Forget yellow face water. At Sochi, India’s embattled athletes win gold for enduring bedlam.
Indian police have arrested two in connection with the rape of a Danish tourist in New Delhi. A string of high-profile rape cases has prompted demonstrations and calls for more government action.
After scoring an upset victory in Delhi, a ragtag collection of political amateurs threatens to wreck India’s political order.
Sangeeta Richard stood up to her employer, but she is rare among Indian domestic servants.
The US promised Tuesday to look into the arrest, on visa fraud charges, of India’s deputy consul-general in New York, but the indignation and retaliation has yet to abate.
Two women in India have gone public with allegations of sexual harassment, nearly one year after a brutal gang rape case in Delhi sparked national outrage.
Indian women and men in rural villages have access to a new technology that allows them to bring media attention to rape by publishing their own reports on crime.
Last summer more than 6,000 died after glacial melt cascaded through valleys. Scientists expect such disasters to become more common.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh – under fire at home for being weak on China – will sign a cooperation pact with Beijing. He’s trying to tackle a growing trade deficit with China as well.
Cyclone Phailin has cost many lives and left a trail of destruction in India. But a rare coordinated emergency response before the storm hit saved many more lives.
US-India ties have been on a downswing for the past few years. But eyes are on India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as he meets with US President Obama in Washington today.
A renowned Indian Deobandi seminary issued an Islamic ruling last week declaring photography ‘sinful.’ But the derisive reaction of many Indian Muslim point to waning influence.
Four men convicted of raping of a young woman aboard a bus in Delhi last year have been sentenced to death.
The men were convicted on all counts against them, including rape and murder. They are expected to receive the death penalty.
The law was hurriedly passed after rationalist Narendra Dabholkar, who advocated for the legislation, was assassinated. Some Hindus claim it violates religious freedom.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attempted to de-escalate tensions with India over the ongoing issue of the disputed Kashmir border.
Analysis: India has recently lost more than $25 billion in foreign investment, despite government efforts to woo multinationals.