Indian court slams police for arresting 'suspicious' tea drinker
An Indian court has reprimanded police for arresting a man they accused of drinking tea in a "suspicious" manner at one of the country's ubiquitous roadside stalls.
Thank goodness it's Goat Week!
For obvious reasons.
Are Indian politics headed for a conflagration?
With an economy in shambles and a deeply polarizing Hindu nationalist figure leading the polls as India's next prime minister, is India poised to be the world's next hot spot?
BJP chooses Narendra Modi as candidate for India's next prime minister
India's opposition Hindu fundamentalist party chose the controversial former chief minister of Gujarat as its candidate for prime minister in the 2014 elections.
Delhi gang rape sentence: 4 men get death penalty
Four men convicted of raping of a young woman aboard a bus in Delhi last year have been sentenced to death.
China's New Great Game
With big deals and money, Xi Jinping expands China’s sphere of influence into Central Asia.
India festival: Hindu devotees celebrate birthday of Lord Ganesha
The 10-day festival began on Sept. 9 in India and honors Lord Ganesha, the god of new beginnings.
India: Death sentence sought in Delhi rape case, decision expected Friday (VIDEO)
Prosecutor calls for "nothing short of death" for men convicted of raping a 23-year-old woman on a public bus in India's Delhi.
Four Delhi gang rape suspects convicted
Four men have been found guilty of gang-raping a woman on a bus in the Indian capital, New Delhi.
Broke, abandoned and depressed
A tragic end game for Myanmar’s freed democracy advocates
Thousands of Indian troops deployed after clashes kill almost 30
Authorities declared a high-security alert following the violence in which mobs burned houses and a mosque in the state, which has been the scene of some of the nation's worst religious riots in recent decades.
Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari steps down
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari ended his five-year term Sunday, stepping down as India-born Mamnoon Hussain prepares to take over.
Security tightened for Mehta concert in Kashmir
Organizers said the concert would go ahead despite separatist demands that the event to be cancelled.
Youngest Delhi gang rape accused is convicted
A minor at the time of the brutal crime, the youngest defendant in the Delhi gang rape case has been sentenced to three years in a group home.
India plans to ban Gmail for government workers after Snowden leaks
The move is intended to protect confidential government information from US intelligence agencies.
India’s economy is collapsing. How bad will it get? (Updated)
Experts say India is unlikely to face a full-blown financial crisis. But some of its biggest companies might.
India captures Yasin Bhatkal, one of its most wanted terrorists
Bhatkal is believed to be the mastermind behind three coordinated bombings that killed 27 in Mumbai on July 13, 2011.
India building collapse kills 11
A residential building collapsed in the Indian city of Vadodara on Wednesday, killing at least 11 people and leaving many others trapped in the debris.
India building collapse kills 11 (PHOTOS)
A building collapse on Wednesday in the western Indian city of Vadodara killed at least 11 people.
India says it can afford food-for-poor scheme as rupee falls
India's finance minister insisted Tuesday that the government can afford a vast new food program for the poor despite concern about its impact on the strained public finances.
Last of 5 suspects arrested in photojournalist gang-rape in India
Police in Mumbai arrested the last of five suspects Sunday in connection with the gang-rape of a photojournalist in her early 20s in an abandoned mill late Thursday.
India: From breakout to breakdown nation. What went wrong?
As fears mount about India's economic future, GlobalPost checks in with emerging market guru Ruchir Sharma.
Indian photojournalist gang-raped in Mumbai
A twenty-something intern is gang-raped in Mumbai, months after a similar assault on a bus in New Delhi.
Indian state bans black magic after anti-superstition activist Narendra Dabholkar is killed
Narendra Dabholkar was shot dead in broad daylight in the city of Pune on Tuesday.
India's economy is getting seriously bad. In a serious way.
As economic crisis threatens India, GlobalPost checks in with market gurus Mark Mobius and Dharmakirti Joshi.
Indian rupee hits fresh record low against dollar
Investors are pulling money out of emerging economies amid fears the U.S. Federal Reserve will wind down stimulus spending.
20 reasons living in Delhi is awesome
Pack your bags, sell your house: It's better in Delhi, India.
India train kills Hindu pilgrims crossing tracks
An express train drove through a crowd of Hindu pilgrims trying to cross the tracks, killing at least 37 people and starting a riot that left one conductor severely injured.
India lags behind neighboring Bangladesh in reducing child mortality
India represents a fifth of the world's under-5 deaths and is considered unlikely to hit its UN Millennium Development Goal — while the story is very different in Bangladesh, as Gl
India sub disaster yields 5 bodies, no chance of survivors
India's Navy said on Friday it had recovered five bodies from an ill-fated submarine that exploded.
What’s really holding back growth in India
A lack of foreign investment.