A dying Indian contact sport called kabaddi is making a comeback thanks to TV, money and Bollywood.
India’s prime minister plays teacher for a day on National Teachers’ Day.
Without quite mentioning China, the Indian leader criticized the “18th-century-style expansionist attitudes” among some countries.
The teen rapist serving three years for the fatal 2012 assault paints in his room at the juvenile correction facility.
A new campaign bans cars in the heart of the capital on Sundays and allows people to use it as they wish.
The Jewish prayer house that was targeted by terrorists reopened Tuesday at the same spot amid tight security.
The nascent industry is testing the limits of what is fair game and what is not under the new government.
Sharmila is called the “Iron Lady of Manipur” by her supporters for her long hunger strike against the immunity against prosecution enjoyed by Indian soldiers deployed in conflict zones.
The all-too-familiar roller coaster has returned in the ties between India and Pakistan.
The new prime minister also called for more toilets and less trash and invited manufacturers to build in India.