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Lifting India's ludicrously low limits on campaign finance could drum rapists out of politics, argues India's business press
Police shut metro stations and erect barricades to contain protests, as the nation demands action against sexual assault.
Anger mounts over government's decision to send victim to Singapore for treatment, and police barricades designed to limit protests.
By choosing candidates facing rape charges, India's political parties have implicitly sanctioned the crime.
With the death of Ravi Shankar, Indian music lost its most famous ambassador. Here's who will carry the torch.
India's angry reaction to the gang rape of a 23-year-old physical therapist in New Delhi could strengthen various movements for social justice.
India aims to convert its massive welfare system from subsidies to cash. Here's why that isn't all good news.
By winning a third consecutive term as Gujarat's chief minister, the controversial Narendra Modi has boosted his chances to become the BJP's candidate for prime minister. Here's why you needn't worry.
Indian duck curry, prepared Christian style, according to Vijayan Kannampilly's Essential Kerala Cookbook.
Playboy is betting that sheer saris will be enough to stave off protests. Don't count on it.
India has expressed "extreme disappointment" with a US move to grant Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency immunity in a civil suit seeking damages for the November 2008 terrorist attacks on Mumbai.
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Private contractors, including Ponty Chadha, have stolen most of some $2 billion intended for India's Integrated Child Development Services program, Bloomberg-BusinessWeek reveals.
As Americans cope with Sandy Hook, Indians soul-search over a gang rape on a public bus, among other horrific crimes.
Coal to surpass oil as world's largest energy source by 2017, due to heavy demand from China and India.
As government prepares to roll out universal health coverage, McKinsey argues partnering with private firms is the only way forward.
Indian government lowers 2013 growth forecast yet again, to 5.7%-5.9% from 7.6%
A friendly visit from Pakistan's Rehman Malik leaves India angrier than ever.
Requiring consent from as many as 80 percent of landowners before an acquisition can be made through eminent domain, the bill promises to make industrial projects more expensive and harder to get off the ground.
For second year in a row, Hrithik Roshan beats Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar and John Abraham for the top spot.