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.
The government wants to import electricity from India as part of its efforts to solve Pakistan’s energy crisis and encourage cross border investment.
Police have arrested separatist leaders and imposed curfews throughout the region following the deaths of four protesters Thursday.
India's free lunch school program is the largest in the world, and until now, much lauded.
The shooting marks yet another violent confrontation this year between Kashmiris and Indian authorities.
Food inspection and hygiene are just two of the potential culprits in a tragedy that has killed 22 children so far.
Smart phones and texting are taking the place of the telegram.
Local residents said protests turned violent after the army refused to return one of the bodies to the villagers.
US Secretary of State John Kerry signed eight memoranda of understanding on education with his Indian counterparts.
India's prime minister toured the disputed region a day after one of the deadliest attacks on Indian forces in years. India is talking up development, but political dialogue is lacking.
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.
Once a staple of authoritative communication across the Indian subcontinent, the telegram has lost too much ground to smartphones. One devotee is threatening a Gandhi-style fast.
From Canada to India, democracies worldwide employ new technology to monitor their citizens.
American gang raped in India: Police say an American was gang raped in India, and this report comes on the heels of several other allegations of tourists being raped in India.
World Health Organization and activists are criticizing tobacco companies' efforts at corporate social responsibility as thinly veiled marketing schemes on its 26th annual World No Tobacco Day, May 31.
Minority Rohingya Muslims who have long alleged persecution by the Buddhists in Myanmar, say Buddhist families from Bangladesh are now being resettled on their land.
With NATO pulling out of Afghanistan in 2014, foreign policymakers in New Delhi are concerned that Pakistan may refocus militants on Kashmir.
In the wake of the December gang rape, advocates warn that three separate cases of child rape highlight a deeper problem that can no longer be swept under the carpet.
Premier Li Keqiang arrived this weekend in New Delhi on his first foreign trip. India has become China's biggest market for infrastructure contracts, but the two countries remain wary neighbors.
If Narendra Modi wins India's elections next year it would inject discomfort into the deepening relationship between India and the US.
A large, unprecedentedly coordinated campaign in India has eradicated polio. If no new cases are recorded by the end of this year, India will be officially considered polio-free.
A Pakistani prisoner in an Indian jail was attacked and seriously injured in a tit-for-tat assault one day after the death of an Indian man in a Pakistani prison.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's choice of India as his first foreign trip seemed to signal a fresh turn between the rivals. But both sides' troops are waving the flag on disputed turf.
India is alleging a Chinese border incursion in the Himalayan region of Ladakh, putting diplomatic pressure on an otherwise warming relationship between the two Asian giants.
Samuel Evans Stokes spent years trying to persuade his neighbors in the Himalayas to grow apples, giving away plants freely until locals took to apple farming and Indians took to Red Delicious.