Kashmir policeman and two militants killed in gunfight
Two militants and a policeman died in a gunfight in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Monday.
Rape cases are on the rise in Delhi, report finds
A new report shows a sharp increase for rape cases from 2013 to 2012, while rape cases in the capital jumped by 23 percent from 2012 to 2011.
India: If you have casual sex, you are legally married
The Madras High Court ruling has far-reaching consequences for young couples living on a tumultuous sexual landscape.
Is 'state capitalism' killing emerging markets?
Ian Bremmer and Ruchir Sharma duke it out over how the emerging market 'miracle' went wrong.
Leopard enters Mumbai home, attacks dog (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
Footage from Mumbai, India, shows a leopard stalk into an home, attack a small dog, and then drag it away.
Indian journalist fired for reporting from on top of a flood victim's shoulders (VIDEO)
The reporter's employer, News Express, called his behavior "inhuman."
India tech: Cool solutions to colossal problems
These 10 Indian startups are solving emerging market challenges and inventing the future for billions.
India: Uttarakhand flood relief helicopter crashes, killing 20
Indian Air Force rescue helicopter goes down, killing 20 people.
9 Hindi Words That You Should Learn And Immediately Start Using
It's not uncommon for English-speakers to use words from other languages, so we decided to put together a list of Hindi words that could cross-over too.
Pregnant in India? No marriage for you!
Tribal group says pregnancy test is a sneak attack on permissive indigenous culture.
India: Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi visit Srinagar a day after deadly attack
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has paid a landmark visit to Kashmir, the day after heavily-armed militants killed eight soldiers in the deadliest attack in Srinagar for five years.
India holds mass cremation of flood victims to stem disease
Hundreds of corpses have been lying in out the open for almost ten days.
Kerry declines to play America's chief salesman in India
Analysis: Despite vigorous lobbying by executives, the secretary of state remains quiet on economic reform. Experts say that's the right strategy.
India flooding death toll could eclipse 1,000, officials say
Bad weather hampers rescue efforts in northern India, where tens of thousands of pilgrims and tourists remain trapped.
John Kerry in India urges action on climate change
US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks about climate change as 1,000 killed by flooding in northern India.
India floods: Death toll rises, efforts to rescue thousands intensify
The Indian army is trying to rescue more than 40,000 people who are stranded.
India floods: Death toll surpasses 600 as thousands remain stranded
Rescue workers continue to search for survivors and bodies as over 50,000 people remain cut off by flood waters.
India: 3 men lynched as 'naked rapists' rumor spreads panic
Rumors of "dark, nude" rapists prompt Indian villagers to take up arms.
Indian doctor creates 'suicide-proof' ceiling fan
The ceiling fan won't support the weight of a person and is intended to cut down on the suicide rate in India.
India floods: Death toll mounts from killer monsoon (PHOTOS)
At least 131 people are dead, hundreds missing and more than 70,000 stranded after torrential rains in northern India.
Sex workers' sons need $3,000 to represent India at Homeless World Cup
For two sons of Kolkata sex workers, the chance to play in a global soccer tournament represents the first step toward a better life. But unless they can raise $1,500 apiece, it's a chance they'll have to pass up.
At least 60 feared dead as monsoon lashes north India
Torrential rains have triggered flash floods and landslides in northern India.
India's opposition divided ahead of 2014 election
The break-up of the longstanding JDU-BJP alliance radically alters India's political landscape, just months before next year's polls.
India's early and deadly monsoon season a boon for agriculture
Monsoon rain that killed at least 13 people and stranded about 30,000 pilgrims in the Kedarnath valley could give India's economy a boost.
Study finds majority of India rape victims knew their attacker
As reported rape cases in Delhi rise, new government crime statistics find that the majority of these assaults are committed by people known to the victim.
How a gold fetish is killing India's economy
India's obsession with gold is the finance minister's biggest headache.
India's population to overtake China's sooner than expected
Will scary UN numbers on India's soaring population spark a dangerous kneejerk reaction?
India: Where being a bad boyfriend can be a crime
When Bollywood actress Jiah Khan committed suicide, police accused her boyfriend of "abetting" her death. When does being a bastard become a crime?
US hiring outlook positive, elsewhere not so much
All 50 states look positive, while things took a turn for the worse in India.
Mumbai building collapse kills two, injures several; rescuers search for victims
The partially-constructed four-story building in the Mahim neighborhood caved in after two days of monsoon rains.
Israeli sex offender taps India's booming surrogacy trade for baby girl
Sex offender's use of surrogate highlights need for regulatory oversight.