Accident occurred when driver lost control of speeding vehicle and struck an electricity pole.
by Gerald Tan
by Bernard Smith
by Osama Bin Javaid
Asia19 Apr 2017 12:27 GMT
Rescue work ongoing in Himachal Pradesh after accident in country where more than 110,000 die each year in crashes.
Business & Economy18 Apr 2017 13:56 GMT
Co-owner of F1 team Force India, who fled India in 2016, granted bail before extradition hearing in the UK.
Asia16 Apr 2017 16:09 GMT
A teenager has been killed as violence continues in Indian-administered Kashmir. A local by-election was postponed last week after dozens of students were injured at a local college.
Asia15 Apr 2017 19:33 GMT
Violence intensifies in disputed region as police respond to rock-throwing protesters with pellet and tear gas fire.
Asia14 Apr 2017 17:29 GMT
Soldiers accused of tying a man to the front of an army jeep as a human shield against stone throwers.
Opinion13 Apr 2017 10:58 GMT
Hindu nationalists have reshaped Indian politics using the idea of cross-caste Hindu unity.
India11 Apr 2017 12:59 GMT
Celebrated portrait artist Jamini Roy rebelled against the British academic style and took to local folk traditions.
Politics11 Apr 2017 10:38 GMT
Indian foreign minister labels Pakistan's decision to hand death sentence to alleged spy 'premeditated murder'.
Asia10 Apr 2017 21:31 GMT
Indian police impose curfew-like curbs across parts of region, a day after deadly clashes between protesters and police.
Politics10 Apr 2017 12:19 GMT
Jadhav, arrested in March 2016, sentenced on charges of planning, coordinating and organising espionage activities.
Asia09 Apr 2017 18:38 GMT
Police fire bullets and shotgun pellets, killing eight civilians during protests against by-election in Srinagar.
India08 Apr 2017 06:26 GMT
The Kashmiri author discusses the conflict in Kashmir and the rise of Hindu nationalism in India.
Opinion07 Apr 2017 08:50 GMT
In order to be a serious challenger to the BJP, the Congress Party needs to free itself from the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.
Asia05 Apr 2017 15:18 GMT
Officials say both sides are to blame for vigilante attack that also left six injured in the Hindu-majority country.
Poverty & Development03 Apr 2017 07:35 GMT
How rising debts, pesticides and erratic rainfall are pushing some farmers in southern India to suicide.
by Ketan Alder
by Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay
by Majed Akhter
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