She is a tennis star in India, yet some Indians have trouble completely embracing her.
Thousands call for tighter school security; skating instructor, school chairman have been arrested.
Narendra Modi spoke breathlessly on almost every national and local issue. Now, he’s gone silent.
A 70-year-old journalist traveled to Lahore to meet with the man India believes is behind the 2008 Mumbai terror attack.
The new premier promises bullet trains, freight corridors and upgraded stations. But challenges loom.
“Ban Man” Dina Nath Batra's mission is to strip all books of anything he says is detrimental to his Hindu faith.
A recent law requires firms to have at least one woman on their boards by October, but candidates are scarce.
A string of brutal sexual assaults has shocked Indians. But the government dismisses criticism from the U.N.
It won’ be easy.
Some Indians worry that new prime minister will promote the goals of his Hindu nationalist movement.
India’s oldest party struggles to regroup after the worst electoral performance in its history.
Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi is set to become nation’s next prime minister after landslide election.
A selection of some of the tweets from Bollywood stars shows sharp division among political lines.
India’s movie stars and artists are entangled in an unusual public debate about politics.
As part of effort to buy votes, campaign workers stash money in hearses, lunch boxes, car seats.
Running multiple candidates with the same name is a wacky yet disturbing trick in India this election.
India now recognizes three genders: male, female and the third, transgender. But curiously, under Indian law, homosexuality is still a crime.
Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani vows to defend urban interests and champion clean politics.
Opposition parties have been using Obama-style campaign tactics to attract youth, middle class.
More than 800 million voters in India will cast their ballots in polling centers across the country.