Indian journalists and rights activists are protesting against the murder of an outspoken publisher of a tabloid.
At least five people have been killed as heavy monsoon rain deluges India’s financial capital Mumbai.
Government officials in India’s eastern state of Bihar said at least 379 people had been killed over the past few days, with thousands sheltered in relief camps away from their inundated homes.
India deploys police and shuts down internet services during sentencing of ‘godman’.
India’s top court unanimously rules that individual privacy is a fundamental right.
A passenger train derails it hits a truck, injuring 42 people, some critically, in the country’s fifth major rail accident in the past year.
India’s coffee output will fall to its weakest in eight years in 2017/18.
McDonald’s says it is shutting 169 restaurants in India after a legal row with a local franchise operator.
The Indian government is threatening Philip Morris International Inc. with “punitive action” over the tobacco giant’s alleged violation of the country’s anti-smoking laws
Heavy monsoon rains in Nepal, Bangladesh and India have killed more than 343 people.
These prosthetics allow amputees to work in muddy fields, sit cross-legged on the floor and comfortably use Indian-style squat toilets without needing to remove the limb
The event was inaugurated by Phoeurng Sackona, the Minister of Culture and Fine Arts, by lighting of traditional lamp.
India began investigating a train crash in which at least 23 people have been killed, the fourth major accident over the past year.
India calling for more monetary easing as it flaggs risks to economic growth and budget targets, citing disinflationary impulses.
Monsoon floods and landslides have killed at least 66 people across Nepal and India but officials fear that figure could almost double.
Hundreds of women in India have taken to social media to post selfies of themselves out at midnight with the hashtag #AintNoCinderella.
Indian police officers claiming to have reached the summit of Everest have been sacked.
India’s gold imports will drop in the second-half of the year from first six months after rush to stock up ahead of new taxes.
One month into India’s nationwide sales tax, many find doing business more complicated.
India’s biggest tax reform excludes tens of thousands of businesses and millions of workers.