Gujarat’s bookies are probably lying low for the next few days. The good odds they put on a narrow win for Narendra Modi did not pay off today, as the charismatic and divisive Indian politician was re-elected as chief minister of …
Ravi Shankar, who died on Dec. 11 in southern California at the age 92, is still one of the most powerful and lasting influences in music today.
Arvind Kejriwal, a rabble-rousing, fearless anticorruption activist, has launched his own political party. But, given the murkiness of India’s political culture, is that the right route for Kejriwal’s cause?
At the World Economic Forum summit in the environs on New Delhi, a TIME-sponsored panel explored how India’s economy can be reinvigorated and made more inclusive in the decades to come
Chopra, who died on Sunday, was considered one of Hindi cinema’s greats.
The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for a hideous attack on a young schoolgirl they deemed “an infidel” for championing her right to go to school
Rising food prices have sparked protests in India and elsewhere in the developing world. But, according to humanitarian group Oxfam, costs are increasing because of a new menace
How India’s vast diversity blunted the edge of Salafi protests last week
Last week’s economic reforms, which included plans to allow big retail chains like Walmart into India, may now collapse the government and force early elections
India’s government announced a dramatic suite of reforms on Friday designed to breathe new life into the nation’s flagging economy.
There are a lot of winning things about South Korean rapper Psy’s horse dance. It’s pretty easy, for one. It’s equally entertaining when replicated by a person wearing a giant duck costume or a teenager in his suburban …
Tens of thousands of people from Assam and other northeastern states have fled Bangalore since Thursday despite authorities’ attempts to stamp out rumors of pending attacks on their communities. On Friday afternoon, some 1,500 …