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 …
The country’s planned mission to Mars has prompted strong reactions, particularly among those concerned about domestic issues on the ground
On Saturday, heated protests over last month’s Assam riots broke out in Mumbai, with demonstrators reportedly setting news vans on fire and attacking shops
The environment for micro, small and medium-size enterprises — which together take up nearly 9% of India’s GDP in 2009 — needs to power up if the nation wants to continue to capitalize on its celebrated entrepreneurial spirit
Climate scientists are trying figure out how environmental changes are affecting the yearly monsoons — and the lives of millions
After marksmen aboard an American naval vessel shot and killed an Indian fisherman in the Persian Gulf, Indian officials and media are demanding a proper investigation
Kashmir’s reputation as an idyllic vale has taken a battering over decades of separatist insurgency and brutal crackdowns by the Indian military. But, while tensions remain and the quest for justice continues, tourists are flooding back
A scathing Japanese parliamentary report investigating the circumstances of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear-plant disaster blamed the dangerous incident on collusion between government agencies and Japan’s leading energy company
From euro-zone bailouts to health, the BRICS nations are flexing their economic muscle and flipping old notions of who aids who upside down
The country looks with both shame and pride as one overseas Indian convicts another in a case that has shaken the U.S. financial industry.