More than 100 academics from major American universities have issued a scathing critique of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his visit to Silicon Valley and warned U.S. technology executives against supporting his Digital India initiative.
The Jain religious minority won a significant legal victory Monday when India's Supreme Court upheld the practice of fasting until death.
As battlegrounds go, the leafy campus of India’s premier film school must count among the more graceful, with its rows of tidy bungalows gently shaded by neem and tamarind trees.
When an ailing 75-year-old woman succumbed to heart failure after two weeks in intensive care, it fell to young physician Sandeep Amale to break the news to her sons. They did not take it well.
They are one of India’s most prosperous communities, a name synonymous with commerce as far away as the United States, home to at least 145,000 of them.
India and Pakistan traded brickbats Saturday ahead of a scheduled meeting between their national security advisers, the second straight year that high-level talks between the nuclear-armed neighbors seemed destined for collapse.
At some point during his four years at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, one of India's most prestigious universities for aspiring engineers, Edwin Anthony got lost.
Voters in Sri Lanka backed a reform-minded government in election results released Tuesday, rejecting controversial former President Mahinda Rajapaksa's bid to return to political power.