Health

India's Ambulance Dada

India’s Karimul Haque, also known as Ambulance Dada, has saved 4,000 lives with his motorcycle.

Asia

Mass panic and unrest amid braid chopping attacks in Kashmir

Women in Indian-administered Kashmir are being attacked for having long hair.

India

Two Lashkar-e-Taiba fighters killed in Kashmir raid

One civilian also killed during anti-India protests in Kashmir after gun battle that killed two separatists, police say.

Two Lashkar-e-Taiba fighters killed in Kashmir raid

The Listening Post

The chill effect: Is India's media running scared?

Much of India's media spurns a scoop about the son of PM Modi's right-hand man. Plus, NFL as platform for race politics.

Business & Economy

India's economy falters under Modi

PM Modi won on promise of development three years ago, but his policies are being blamed for the economic slump.

India's economy falters under Modi

Asia

India criminalises marital sex with wife under 18

Activists welcome Supreme Court order as a 'positive step' towards deterring child marriage in the country.

Indian court rules sex with minor wife is rape

Asia

Indian troops and separatists die in Kashmir clash

At least two security officers and two fighters killed in a gun battle in Bandipora area of Indian-administered Kashmir.

Indian troops and separatists die in Kashmir clash

Asia

Taj Mahal: 'Symbol of India' or mere Muslim tomb?

Controversial move to remove UNESCO world heritage site from tourism brochure criticised as 'sectarian'.

Taj Mahal dropped from tourism booklet of Uttar Pradesh

Opinion

India is complicit in the Rohingya suffering

India, as a member of the international community, must do its bit to safeguard the fundamental rights of the Rohingya.

Bela Bhatia

by Bela Bhatia

Bela Bhatia

India

India farmers 'bury' themselves to protest land loss

Hundreds of farmers near Jaipur city partially bury themselves in pits to protest against 'forceful' land acquisition.

Rajasthan farmers sit neck-deep to protest land deal

Human Rights

The lynching that changed India

Dozens have been killed since 2015 killing of Akhlaq. We tell the stories of some of the victims and their accused.

The lynching that changed India

Asia

Deadly clashes as fighters storm army base in Kashmir

Pre-dawn raid at Indian paramilitary camp leaves at least three attackers and one soldier dead, Kashmiri officials say.

Asia

Rohingya deportation: India sets date for next hearing

Top court asks the government and the Rohingya petitioners to present arguments on October 13 in the case.

Rohingya deportation: Supreme Court hears arguments

Asia

India: Flood-struck Kaziranga national park reopens

Kaziranga national park has reopened for tourists.