In the absence of centres for Aids patients, Pastor Reji Thomas opened his home to orphaned boys infected with HIV.
by Savera Z John
Business & Economy
by Fahad Shah
by Showkat Shafi
by Priyamvada Gopal
Business & Economy15 Feb 2017 09:43 GMT
'[Black money] is gonna return to the same amount... There are loopholes. In India, there is a loophole for everything.'
Asia15 Feb 2017 06:09 GMT
With a single rocket, India successfully put 104 satellites into orbit, breaking the previous record set by Russia.
Asia14 Feb 2017 14:12 GMT
Pakistani soldiers, Indian troops and one suspected rebel killed in separate incidents in disputed region.
Asia14 Feb 2017 07:05 GMT
Chief Minister VK Sasikala sentenced to four-year jail term for corruption that prevents her from taking up her post.
Humanitarian crises12 Feb 2017 12:42 GMT
Inside the world's most militarised zone.
Asia12 Feb 2017 08:55 GMT
Four suspected fighters and two Indian soldiers killed in gun battle in a village in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Asia11 Feb 2017 10:02 GMT
Vote in India's most populous state widely seen as a referendum on prime minister's controversial banknote ban.
Women's Rights10 Feb 2017 08:16 GMT
Rape survivors from the 2013 Uttar Pradesh riots have faced threats and harassment.
Business & Economy09 Feb 2017 20:07 GMT
'Formal request' made for extradition of Vijay Mallya to face trial for financial fraud and defaulting on loan payments.
Witness09 Feb 2017 12:29 GMT
Two brothers fight to save their family business, the oldest auction house in India, a piece of Kolkata's heritage.
Asia29 Jan 2017 15:34 GMT
Arms deals and US influence is behind India's 25-year-old rapprochement with Israel.
Weather29 Jan 2017 12:33 GMT
Road and airport closures isolate Srinagar as avalanche risk remains high
Asia28 Jan 2017 15:08 GMT
Indian Supreme Court's ban on the use of caste in politics is admirable, but its practicality needs to be questioned.
C S Dwarakanath
Women's Rights27 Jan 2017 16:58 GMT
Meghalaya state governor resigns after a petition signed by more than 80 employees accuses him of sexual misconduct.
Kashmir27 Jan 2017 08:33 GMT
At least 24 people killed, including 20 soldiers, in a series of avalanches in Indian-administered Kashmir.
by Priyamvada Gopal
by Mariya Salim
by Vijay Prashad
by C S Dwarakanath
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