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Teenage school boy shot dead by four classmates in northern Indian state
Is a group of young Hindu radicals terrorizing the college town of Mangalore a sign of a coming culture war?
Turning saving lives into a for-profit business, Yathish Baikampady started a revolution on India's neglected beaches.
Much of the inexpensive jewelry in US malls features polished “agate” stones, which are leaving a trail of death in India.
Leopards living in the heart of Mumbai have mauled or killed more than 100 people over the past decade.
New regulations bar gays from India's booming market for surrogate mothers.
The World Bank sees reason for hope in the 'pop-up megacity' built for the Kumbh Mela. Here's why it just confirms my despair.
Legitimate traders at India's largest IT hub ran their own sting to catch software pirates in the act. The only problem is that nobody cares.
In 2009, India guaranteed its citizens the right to education. But critics say the policy is marred by a dangerous move toward privatization.
As inter-caste 'love marriages' become increasingly common, a Guardian Angels-style vigilante group has emerged to protect young couples.
Recently inducted Indian President Pranab Mukherjee has already okayed more executions than his predecessors did over 15 years -- and he's just getting started.
It's not a scam. They just want to be friends.
Over the past five years, some 150 whistleblowers have allegedly been harassed or jailed for exposing corruption. As many as 20 have been killed.
An Indian sociologist's remarks on caste and corruption should shine a light on stereotypes
The fate of the Gandhi dynasty now rests on Rahul, who has stormed onto the national political stage amid a weakening economy and tensions with Pakistan.
Last month’s gang-rape in New Delhi drew attention to India’s rising juvenile crime rates. But experts fear stiffening punishment will make matters worse.
Surprisingly resilient Zardari may make history by completing his full term.
Rampant human rights violations, dismal conviction rates, skyrocketing crime, and nearly 400,000 inmates in prison--only a third of whom have actually been convicted. Justice, Indian style.
Indians feel betrayed by a democratic system that has entrenched extortion of its citizens, argues Prem Shankar Jha