India's Foreign Ministry announced it was expelling a US diplomat from New Delhi. The standoff over an indicted diplomat has exposed deeper US-India tensions.
The Supreme Court ruling that re-criminalized homosexuality in India sparked a new receptivity to gay rights from several top Indian leaders.
The government is calling for a full apology over the arrest of one of their diplomats. Even Indian advocates for the nanny are angry about the style of the arrest.
India revoked special privileges for US diplomats today in retaliation for its own diplomat's arrest for paying her nanny $3 an hour.
Two women in India have gone public with allegations of sexual harassment, nearly one year after a brutal gang rape case in Delhi sparked national outrage.
At $73 million, India's Mars mission is the world's least-expensive attempt to reach the Red Planet and a source of national pride. Yet some question the cost when 320 million remain in poverty.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh - under fire at home for being weak on China - will sign a cooperation pact with Beijing. He's trying to tackle a growing trade deficit with China as well.
Cyclone Phailin has cost many lives and left a trail of destruction in India. But a rare coordinated emergency response before the storm hit saved many more lives.
US-India ties have been on a downswing for the past few years. But eyes are on India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as he meets with US President Obama in Washington today.
A New Delhi court caps one of India's highest profile trials, sentencing four men to death for the murder and gang rape of a medical student.
The men were convicted on all counts against them, including rape and murder. They are expected to receive the death penalty.
Hindus and Muslims in India rioted over the weekend, killing at least 31, and sparking fear of a return to communal violence.
India approved land reforms on Thursday that boost farmers' rights but are opposed by other businesses who say the new law won't help the sinking economy.
The law was hurriedly passed after rationalist Narendra Dabholkar, who advocated for the legislation, was assassinated. Some Hindus claim it violates religious freedom.
The Indian rupee and the Bombay stock exchange are falling fast. In only a couple years, India went from 10 percent growth talk to barely 5 percent growth.
India just approved the formation of Telangana. Opponents are concerned about its impact on Hyderabad, which is a hub for information technology companies like Google.
One man's sudden disappearance after looking for the woman he met online highlights how difficult it can be for Pakistanis and Indians to bridge cultural and legal hurdles to unite.
India's free lunch school program is the largest in the world, and until now, much lauded.
US Secretary of State John Kerry signed eight memoranda of understanding on education with his Indian counterparts.
A report by India's Comptroller and Auditor General three years ago warned that massive expansion of hydropower projects in the area could be catastrophic in the event of a flash flood.