India: scorpion in school meal sickens 39 children
Officials said a scorpion was spotted in their potato-soya curry.
India’s drive to boost investment just isn’t working
Despite deep reforms.
Poverty, not poison, killed Indian school lunch kids
News analysis: Poisoned food is just another symptom of India's mass dehumanization of the poor.
6 protesters killed by Indian forces in Kashmir
Six were dead and dozens injured after Indian forces fired into a crowd of protesters, angry over alleged religious desecration.
China’s slowdown: Good news for India's economy?
Q&A: Can India overcome its ‘long litany of woes’ and capitalize on China’s weaknesses?
Violent protests in India after school lunch kills 22 children
India's Bihar state has seen violent protests since 22 children died and dozens more were hospitalized after eating a tainted free school lunch on Tuesday.
Indian government finally acts against acid attacks
India's government has finally moved to limit sales of the chemicals used in acid attacks. Why has it taken so long?
Tragedy in Bihar: 22 children dead, dozens in hospital after eating India school lunch
At least 22 children are dead and dozens have been hospitalized after eating lunch served at their school in eastern India on Tuesday.
India police arrest eight for gang-rape of schoolgirls
Indian police arrested eight suspects over the gang-rape of four girls between the ages of 12 and 14 in the state of Jharkhand.
What we're protesting today
George Zimmerman, the Bangladesh war crimes tribunal and bad working conditions in Taiwan, to name a few.
London Broiling: Brits brace for what they call heat (PHOTOS)
The language of being hot is universal.
Iraq finds three new oil fields, offers India development deal
New oil fields are discovered in Iraq.
Delhi court delays verdict on youngest gang rape suspect
A 17-year-old accused of joining five men in the assault and rape on a bus of a 23-year-old student in New Delhi will have to wait until July 25 to learn if he has been convicted.
World leaders in wax: Kim Jong Il has finally made it
Better than the real thing? You be the judge.
10 amazing McDonald's commercials that explain the world
The golden arches may fulfill a similar longing across the globe, but the way they do it is decidedly different from country to country.
US venture capital courts India tech
With a boom in funding and glimmers of success, India's startup scene is heating up.
India's geek cultural revolution
Entrepreneurs are redefining India's high-pressure, deadline-oriented career and marriage track.
Is one of these nerds India's Mark Zuckerberg?
In search of grade-A innovation talent in New Delhi.
Q&A: Two veteran entrepreneurs highlight what makes India’s startups unique.
India: Delhi police discover stash of used needles awaiting resale
Police in New Delhi have discovered warehouses full of used syringes intended for illegal resale.
Hotel in southern India collapses, killing at least 10
At least 10 people were killed when an 80-year-old building collapsed in the southern Indian city of Secunderabad.
India: Mahabodhi temple bombing wounds two monks
A series of small bombs exploded at Bodh Gaya, wounding two monks at the Mahabodhi temple complex.
Parvez Rasool: First Jammu and Kashmir cricketer on India squad
All-rounder Parvez Rasool, 24, has become the first cricketer from Jammu and Kashmir to be selected for India's national team.
Are Indian factories really safer than those in Bangladesh?
Mumbai garment factory collapses on the eve of an expected manufacturing windfall.
June's flash-floods in Uttarakand, India leave devastation akin to an inland tsunami
Despite thousands missing or dead and hundreds of villages destroyed, the world has largely forgotten India’s flash floods.
16 disturbing things Snowden has taught us (so far)
What is the extent of the information Edward Snowden has leaked? The consequences? We break it down.
Narendra Modi: Police, murder and India’s next prime minister
A leak accuses a controversial leader of a role in a political murder.
India launches huge food program ahead of election
India launched a huge food program on Wednesday that will provide subsidized food to two-thirds of its population.
What the world thinks of Edward Snowden
From India to Venezuela, the NSA whistleblower's case takes on different shades of symbolism.
India: Gujarat goes to Supreme Court to keep its endangered lions
Relocating India's Asiatic lions could help spread the small population — or it might put the endangered big cats at risk.
India: Delhi belly turns deadly (and embarrassing)
Contaminated Delhi water kills two and sends a strong message to the nation.