3 hrs ago | The Asheville Citizen-Times
A blistering heat wave has swept across most parts of north and western India, causing massive electricity cuts and leading angry residents to protest and even attack power company officials and property.
3 hrs ago | India Talkies
Agra/Mathura May 24: The National Green Tribunal has authorised demolition of all structures and unauthorised buildings in the flood-plains of the Yamuna river.
6 hrs ago | India Talkies
New Delhi, May 24: Two Bachelor in Computer Application students were killed after the car they were travelling in collided against an electric pole here, police said here Friday.
9 hrs ago | Rediff.com
By sensitising the entire nation of this unprovoked incursion and the resultant mood of anger among Indians, the media had set into motion rapid official and diplomatic developments not only in New Delhi but also in Beijing, writes Air Marshal Bhushan Gokhale.
14 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
A senior American official on Friday praised India for reducing oil imports from Iran and said the U.S. government will decide soon on New Delhi's request to renew a waiver from sanctions on Tehran.
14 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai
Despite garnering a lot of attention at several festival circuits, some small budget films are yet to secure a proper release in India.
16 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin
Armed militants killed three soldiers on Friday in an ambush outside Srinagar, the main city of Indian Kashmir, an army spokesman said.
16 hrs ago | This is Bath
Along with Dr Sally Webber, who works as a consultant ophthalmic surgeon at the two hospitals, she visited an eye hospital in Bihar in northern India, to share their knowledge with students.
16 hrs ago | CricketCountry.com
Mumbai: May 24, 2013 Describing the Indian Premier League 2013 spot-fixing controversy as unfortunate, former India football captain Baichung Bhutia said betting should be legalised in the country to stop corruption in cricket.
The Senate on Thursday unanimously approved Srikanth Srinivasan as the most senior US judge of South Asian descent, amid speculation that he may one day be tapped for the Supreme Court.
Every morning in West Bengal, boats carrying state police officials stop at various points along the Matla River, which flows close to the state's Sunderbans Tiger Reserve.
A Kashmir woman covers her face as she walks past Indian army on patrol during a search operation on the outskirts of Srinagar Tuesday.
Jammu, May 23: Jammu and Kashmir Police Thursday arrested a police constable involved in drug smuggling from mountainous Rajouri district, an officer said.
In its last report card before the national elections, the Indian government acknowledged it was coming off a year of sluggish economic growth but promised citizens that it could bring back high growth rates seen in the first eight years the governing coalition has been in power.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pledged on Thursday to crack down on corruption in the defence sector after a string of recent graft scandals left his government facing renewed calls to step down.
I am a huge fan of South Asian colonial architecture - but, sadly, not too many of the pre 19th century gems survive.
Last month I travelled to Kovalam, in deep South India, in search of the perfect garden design moment.