The world's largest democracy might also be its worst
India's month-long election kept the police and corruption investigators working overtime.
Marital rape is officially legal in India
A new ruling just confirmed a significant hole in India's sexual assault laws.
Exit polls in India predict Narendra Modi will be the country's next prime minister
... But India's elections are notoriously hard to call.
Suspected tribal guerrillas kill 22 Muslims in India's Assam
Police said they suspected militants from the Bodo tribe were behind the attacks.
How the Philippines is crushing the Indian call center business
Hint: small talk, big cash.
The frontrunner to be India's next prime minister is apparently the nation's Shakespeare
A surprisingly morbid short story collection demonstrates the privilege of power.
The UN made a Bollywood video about LGBT rights
Even though gay sex is banned in India.
These Indian parliament candidates are accused of serious crimes, including murder
But that doesn’t mean they won’t get elected (or try to kiss your baby).
India, Pakistan or independence? What India's elections mean for Kashmir
Pakistan is playing a waiting game on Kashmir until India's new government shows its hand on the issue.
This Bollywood condom ad makes protected sex look awesome
Dancers, rapping, pelvic thrusts — this is everything you could hope for from a Bollywood condom commercial.
India's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi slams anti-Muslim remarks
Modi himself is tainted by accusations that he turned a blind eye to, or even encouraged, Hindu-Muslim riots in Gujarat in 2002.
Rescuers pull 13th body from the snow after Everest's most deadly avalanche
Authorities have ruled out hope of finding any more survivors.
Indians prefer politicians who refuse to have sex or get married
Oddly enough, this appears to be a legacy of Western colonialism.
The guy who ate gold, and 5 other weird smuggling busts
An Indian businessman just had $16,000 worth of gold removed from his intestines, but that's nothing compared to pants full of monkeys.
This graphic shows where America's most-skilled foreign workers are coming from
Every year, the US lets in 65,000 of the world's top-skilled workers. Here's where they come from and what they do.
The largest election on the planet is holding its largest day of polling today
Voting took place in 120 constituencies across 12 Indian states, from the fractious Himalayan region of Jammu and Kashmir to the lush southern state of Karnataka.
UNICEF's 'Poo2Loo' campaign targets open defecation in India with weird games, videos, shitty puns, and a turd mascot
The whole thing is surreal. But it might work.
How the world gets drunk, in 4 surprising charts
Sorry Russians. When it comes to bingeing, you’ve got nothing on Vietnam’s women.
India's top court just recognized transgender people in landmark ruling
The court ruling also directed authorities to implement policies to improve the transgender community's socio-economic status.
These 12 leaders were targets of hilarious shoe attacks for not so hilarious reasons
Since the Bush shoe incident of 2008, the shoe has been a popular means to protest the actions of world leaders.
India election: 'Idealistic banker' represents anti-corruption Aam Aadmi Party
Meera Sanyal, former CEO of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is contesting for parliament as part of the Aam Aadmi Party, a rising but unproven contender.
Political leader in India calls convicted gang-rapists 'poor fellows.' Outrage ensues
'They are boys, they make mistakes,' said Mulayam Singh Yadav referring to three men who were sentenced to death last week for taking part in two gang-rapes.
India's election commission has seized 2.7 million liters of liquor meant to bribe voters
Influencing voters through illicit liquor and cash is an age-old trick across the country, despite heavy penalties prescribed by the Election Commission against vote-buying.
The most likely outcome of India’s election is unmitigated chaos
Why frontrunner Narendra Modi may not become prime minister even if he 'wins.'
If the party expected to win India's elections has its way, it could ban Wal-Mart
If elected, the BJP said it would welcome foreign direct investment in all sectors that create local jobs, except for supermarkets.
Here's what the world's biggest election looks like
Some 815 million Indians are registered for the election, which will determine who will rule the world's largest democracy.
India kicks off world's biggest election
Surveys show a resounding defeat awaits the ruling Congress party after the longest economic slowdown since the 1980s put the brakes on development and job creation.
India votes in world's biggest election
The election will be the biggest in history and is a mind-boggling feat of organization as voters travel to nearly a million polling stations.
Marginalized Indian Muslims ambivalent at election time
Largely left behind by India's development wave, Mumbai's Muslims say they're not sure any political party can help them though they represent nearly 14 percent of the electorate.
Low-caste Indians look to Modi and BJP in elections
After a long run of loyalty to the incumbent Indian National Congress, Dalit leaders say they prefer their chances with the rising Hindu nationalist party.
Hindu nationalists and rationalists make strange neighbors in Pune
A progressive, anti-superstition group meets just down the street from a branch of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a paramilitary Hindu nationalist organization proving influentia