This week's death toll of more than 100 in the Indian state of West Bengal point to India's well-intentioned motives but mixed record in restricting the sale of alcohol.
New hospitals are popping up around India, but last week's hospital fire that killed more than 90 in Kolkata raise questions about safety regulations and oversight.
The distrust of the Communist Party, once a powerhouse in parts of India, could signal a major change in Indian politics. Here's what its leaders plan to do to keep their old mission alive.
A train crash Monday killed more than 60 people in West Bengal, India, home of Maoist insurgents known as Naxilites. Authorities say it's too soon to say if it was sabotage.
India's new female railways minister introduced women-only trains in major cities, in response to the female workforce doubling and complaints of harassment on public transit.
Tata Monors hasn't resumed production of its $2,500 car, even though protests against the Nano factory ended Sunday after farmers were promised more compensation.