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Called “small loans-big nuisance," microfinance is said to have contributed to spate of suicides.
Whether India's glitzy new Japanese restaurants are here to stay remains to be seen.
Among conservative Indians, Pamela Anderson may have been one cameo too far.
Indians have had it with paying bribes, and they're speaking out on an anti-corruption website.
Will economics trump politics during the presidential visit?
A movement spreads to stop rape survivors from being subjected to the indignity of the finger test.
An unlikely pair of racquet-swinging 30-year-olds tries to bridge the ancient subcontinent divide.
What has added spice to India's diet for centuries may be the next addition to its defense arsenal.
More and more Indians want egg donors, but only if they're from the right caste.
Kashmir crisis rages. India wary of Chinese intentions in South Asia. Commonwealth Games threaten to take Delhi down. BlackBerry, Skype and Google could get reined in. Nuclear agreement goes through parliament. And, thali, anyone?
For under-insured Westerners looking for cheap health care abroad, the risk is simply worth it.
Travelers looking to follow in Julia Roberts' footsteps seek spiritual transformation in India.
Rampant corruption promises to tarnish the event itself — if not prevent it from happening.
Not known for their restraint, India's movie stars let it all hang out on Twitter.
Increasingly, Indian men use skin-whitening products. Racism or fashion?
Modern husbands and wives use forensics to get to heart of relationship.
Cities across India are vying for Obama's attention months ahead of a planned state visit.
Emergency contraceptives are easy to get and all the rage in India.
Plenty of electric cars are made here. Few are bought. Here's why.
A hot-and-heavy book has political India in an uproar.