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India

Right to Information: Concern grows over proposed changes to law

As government tries to amend act which allows citizens to seek official data, RTI hailed as 'one of the best laws'.

Right to Information: Concern grows over proposed changes to law

India

India: Seven-year-old among girls raped at shelter in Bihar

Doctors confirm sexual abuse at Bihar home, with children reporting being beaten, drugged and scalded with hot water.

India: Seven-year-old among girls raped at shelter in Bihar

India

India: Three children starve to death in New Delhi

Autopsy reports show the children had gone without food for up to nine days prior to their deaths.

India: Three children starve to death in New Delhi

India

India: Village mourns death of man killed in cow-related lynching

Akbar Khan was beaten to death by a group of so-called cow vigilantes in Rajasthan state while transporting cattle.

India: Village mourns death of man killed in cow-related lynching

India

India same-sex relations: Will top court decriminalise gay sex?

Top court hears challenge to British colonial era-law that punishes same-sex relationships with up to 10 years in jail.

India same-sex relations: Will top court decriminalise gay sex?

India

Interpol seeks arrest of Indian billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi

Third-generation diamond trader, Nirav Modi, is allegedly involved in a multibillion-dollar banking scam.

Interpol seeks arrest of Indian billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi

India

India bus crash: More than 40 dead in northern Uttarakhand state

Authorities probe reason behind the accident, as bus plunges into gorge in north Indian state of Uttarakhand.

India bus crash: More than 40 dead in northern Uttarakhand state

India

Official 'humiliates' Indian interfaith couple, sparking outrage

An interfaith couple claim they faced religious bias at a passport office in Lucknow, drawing outrage on social media.

Official 'humiliates' Indian interfaith couple, sparking outrage

India

India faces 'worst-ever' water crisis: report

Alarming study finds about 600 million Indians are facing high to extreme stress over clean water access.

India faces 'worst-ever' water crisis: report

Asia

The perils of being a journalist in Modi's India

Cases of Rana Ayyub, Barkha Dutt and Ravish Kumar, who are critical of the government, highlight lack of press freedom.

The perils of being a journalist in Modi's India

Asia

Celebrity chef Atul Kochhar in a soup for anti-Islam remarks

The Michelin-star chef faces criticism for his tweet saying 'Hindus have been terrorised by Islam for over 2000 years'.

Celebrity chef Atul Kochhar in a soup for anti-Islam remarks

India

Indian police arrest Dalit activists amid criticism

Arrests made in connection with clashes between lower caste Dalits and upper caste groups.

Indian police arrest Dalit activists amid criticism