Women working on tea plantations in northeast India earn a “pitiful” $2 a day and live in “appalling” conditions with almost no toilets.
The fifth edition of the India-CLMV Business Conclave wraps up to enhance business ties between participating countries.
India’s white-marble Taj Mahal is turning yellow and green as the 17th century mausoleum weathers filthy air in the world’s eighth-most polluted city.
Deputy PM urges companies in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam to look to India for potential business opportunities.
India-based Saba Industries Group, a major manufacturer and exporter of rice and other commodities in the region, plans to invest $100 million in Southeast Asia’s rice industry, aiming to become one of the largest producers and exporters in the region.
Artisan wood carvers who have been making intricate toys for Indian maharajas, ministers and their children for generations are facing ruin as the rare wood their unique products rely on disappears.
Almost a quarter-of-a-million of infant girls die in India every year due to neglect.
Indian PM Narendra Modi visited Nepal to launch building work with his counterpart.
Officials from Cambodia and India yesterday met in Siem Reap to discuss cooperation in the tourism industry as part of a high-level dialogue mechanism.
The medical fraternity is trying to unravel the unusual rate of twin births in Kodinhi, a tiny village in southern Kerala state where some 2,000 families have over 450 pairs of twins. DW’s Murali Krishnan reports.
This year’s edition of India-CLMV Business Conclave will take place in Cambodia.
Shoppers in Bengaluru may have gotten more than they bargained for on Labour Day.
India should follow China’s example and clean up the air in its cities, says WHO.
– Aslam Chaudhry, a.k.a. “Batman”., who still makes bats by hand, is known as a master of his craft.
Recent initiatives by China and India to gain influence in Southeast Asia, alongside radical departures from past precedent in US approaches to foreign policy, are pulling Asean members in disparate directions – much to the chagrin of current Asean chair Singapore, writes Ja Ian Chong.
The most effective regional frameworks are virtuous cycles. They are built on key state-to-state relations among members and reinforce and strengthen these same relations.
Hundreds of noisy protesters greeted Indian Modi when he arrived in London.
There are no Muslims left in Rasana, which has become a symbol of India’s rape crisis.
Hun Many, a lawmaker for Kampong Speu province receives the Padma Shri award from the Indian government.
India’s space agency says it was trying to re-establish a link with its powerful satellite.