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India's rare Gir lions are the pride of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state. But political opponents say more must be done to ensure their survival.

In recent days, a Bollywood bad boy and a popular politician have managed to stay out of jail despite high-profile convictions.

Modi picks up thousands of 'likes' on Chinese social media but also hostile and racist comments.

The film, which featured an interview with one of the rapists blaming the victim of the attack, was banned by the Indian government, but widely viewed elsewhere.

A wealthy businessman in India has bid around $200,000 for the famous — some would say infamous — suit.

The U.S. president said "acts of intolerance" in India would have shocked Gandhi.

The air in New Delhi is the worst in the world, according to a World Health Organization report last year.

What Modi's style says about his politics.

"I haven’t done anything wrong," Devyani Khobragade said.

He presides over a one-party state that silences its critics ruthlessly. But China’s President Xi Jinping is not only wildly popular in his own country, he could be the most popular world leader globally, a new survey shows.

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