To become an economic powerhouse, India needs to educate as many as 100 million young people over the next 10 years – something never done before.
A new study ranked Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan as more dangerous for women than Somalia. Rights activists say they're encouraged by an emerging public awareness of problems women face.
The Allahabad High Court in India today announced the Ayodhya verdict, dividing a religious site disputed between Muslims and Hindus.
India abolished caste divisions decades ago, and now uses quotas to help bottom-caste members get jobs and education. Updating caste data in the 2010 census could help refine the quotas, but critics see it as a regressive step.
Efforts to end increasingly violent 'ragging' at universities are spurred by an accidental death.
To transform itself into a 'world-class city,' India's capital is locking up panhandlers.