“Let there be no mothers/ Let there be no wives/ Let there be no daughters/ And there will be no crimes,” read Anubha Sharma to a hall packed with students like her, all listening with rapt attention. A student of …
The brutal rape of a student has flamed violent protests across New Delhi, where people – especially youths — turned out in droves to demand justice for the girl, whose identity is being kept under wraps by authorities.
On Monday morning, fighting for her life at a Delhi hospital, a 23-year-old victim of a brutal gang rape in New Delhi last week was unaware that at the heart of New Delhi in Jantar Mantar, a protest ground, a crowd massed in her …
On Sunday, a 23-year-old woman was gang raped for almost an hour on a moving bus and then thrown semi-naked on the road to die. Sadly, it was not an isolated incident
India’s beleaguered coalition government prevailed in two key votes that will allow foreign multibrand retailers like Walmart and Tesco to open shop in the country. But the debate will likely continue
Homemade guns have been bought and sold across India for decades, but a string of murders has brought fresh attention to the problem
In secrecy, Indian authorities executed Ajmal Kasab, the sole surviving assailant of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks. But that dark chapter of violence has hardly ended
In India, Bal Thackeray exuded an influence that inspired many but was loathsome to more. His image was unmistakable: his broad-lensed spectacles, the beaded necklace around his neck, his trademark white kurta and dhoti. His …
Aung San Suu Kyi, who studied in India in the 1960s, returned on a much-anticipated, week-long visit to deliver a lecture on the birthday of one of her political idols: India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.
The question of Tibet — and exiled Tibetans — still looms large over India-China ties.