Authorities in northern India said Friday they would demolish an “illegal” Coca-Cola bottling plant at the center of protests over accusations it is extracting too much groundwater.
The Reserve Bank of India today decided to withdraw all currency notes issued prior to 2005, including 500 and 1,000 denominations, after March 31 in a move apparently aimed at curbing black money and fake currencies.
Indian police have arrested 13 people over the gang-rape of a 20-year-old woman, who was allegedly assaulted on the orders of tribal elders, police said Thursday.
Delhi's “anarchist” chief minister Arvind Kejriwal faced savage press criticism Wednesday after a two-day protest in the capital that could check the dizzying rise of India's new political star.
India's Supreme Court commuted the sentences of 15 death row convicts on Tuesday, ruling that “inordinate and inexplicable” delays in their execution were grounds to change their sentences to life imprisonment.
Indian minister Shashi Tharoor, whose wife was found dead in a luxury hotel room, called Sunday for a swift inquiry so the truth “can come out as soon as possible,” an official said.
India's foreign ministry said Sunday it has reassured ambassadors of some 20 African nations that authorities are not targeting their nationals, after an incident over a suspected prostitution ring.
On a recent winter night in the Indian capital, eight-year-old cancer patient Habiba Khatun huddled with her mother against the cold on the floor of a disused bus.
India has a new intolerance to violence against women sparked by the fatal gang-rape of a student in Delhi but the deeply patriarchal nation still has a long way to go to overcome injustice, says veteran U.S. feminist Gloria Steinem.
The wife of Indian Minister Shashi Tharoor, found dead in a luxury hotel after accusing her husband of being unfaithful, suffered an “unnatural, sudden death,” a doctor who performed an autopsy on her body said Saturday.1 Comment