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India plans to distribute condoms to villages, hut by hut.
Factory output for October nearly doubled expectations, but inflation also ticked higher.
A new US intelligence report says China's economy will be larger than America's in 20 years, but India's will be growing faster.
Bank expects positive signs for India comeback.
Global Terrorism Index puts India fourth place among worst affected countries
India to be world's second-most competitive country in manufacturing within five years, says Deloitte.
India's manufacturing sector growth hit 5-month high in November
With 13 days left in the parliamentary session and squabbling continuing over FDI in retail, India's prime minister is hoping to push through 6 more important economic reforms.
Indian archaeologists now believe the ancient Indian civilization at Harappa dates back as far as 7500 BC.
For the first time in history, more people are obese than hungry. But is the spread of western-style junk food really the culprit?
Uttar Pradesh liquor baron's death shakes the shadowy corridors of power.
Even as India's anti-corruption activists and opposition lawmakers rail about the allegedly vast sums of black money squirreled away in Swiss bank accounts, India looks set to top the world in remittances sent back home from abroad.
An excerpt from Tavleen Singh's new book hammers Sonia Gandhi for being human, rakes up "foreign-born" charge with 40-year-old evidence
In a measured statement, foreign minister Salman Khurshid condemns "tragic escalation of violence"
Sole surviving terrorist from 26/11 attacks on Mumbai was hanged in Pune Wednesday morning
Indian prime minister backed a free trade agreement with ASEAN and called for increased cooperation on security in Phnom Penh
Skewed gender ratio fuels human trafficking in Rajasthan, as men mark "auspicious day" by buying young girls
Bal Thackeray, the fiery leader of the far right Shiv Sena party, died at age 86 on Saturday
Mumbai is poised for possible violence, as Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray remains in critical condition
India's auction of 2G telecom licenses that were cancelled due to corruption allegations may have failed to generate much cash, but that has no bearing on the graft charges, argues FirstPost.in