Iran

Asian countries assess impact of US sanctions against Iran

US move to end waiver on sanctions against importers of Iranian oil could hurt regional economies, analysts say.

Asian countries assess impact of US sanctions against Iran

Asia

Release of pro-Modi film delayed over Indian election concerns

Election Commission delays release of Bollywood film that paints Prime Minister Narendra Modi in glowing light.

Asia

India's top judge Ranjan Gogoi accused of sexual harassment

Woman writes to 22 judges, charging Gogoi with unwanted sexual advances, while he calls the allegations 'unbelievable'.

India's top judge Ranjan Gogoi accused of sexual harassment

India elections 2019

Will India's farm crisis be Modi's undoing?

As the world's largest democracy votes, Al Jazeera visits a village to understand the festering crisis in rural India.

India elections: Will farm crisis be PM Narendra Modi's undoing?

India elections 2019

Indian man chops off finger after voting for the 'wrong party'

Pawan Kumar says he got confused by symbols on the voting machine and voted for the BJP instead of its regional rival.

Indian man chops off finger after voting for the 'wrong party'

Kashmir

India suspends cross-border trade in Kashmir in new crackdown

Indian home ministry says armed groups were using the cross-border route to send arms, drugs and fake Indian currency.

India suspends cross-border trade in Kashmir in new crackdown

Asia

Jet Airways grounded, employees desperate to save jobs

Once considered India's premier private airline, it has suffered financial difficulties for years.

India elections 2019

Polls close in second phase of Indian elections

Indian officials reported turnout higher than 60 percent across 13 states where voting took place.

Polls close in second phase of Indian elections

Business & Economy

'Can't sleep at night': Despair over jobs as Jet Airways grounded

More than 16,000 employees are demanding a government bailout to prevent the shutdown of the debt-ridden airline.

'Can't sleep at night': Despair over jobs as Jet Airways grounded

India elections 2019

India's major parties field few women in race to parliament

That low figure has prompted criticism that the major parties again missed a chance to redress the gender imbalance.

India's major parties field few women in race to parliament

People & Power

India: Fake News and Agitprop

We investigate the threat posed to democracy in India by those who use fake news to advance extreme nationalism.

Reporter's Notebook

Trucking and Indians hoping to cross US-Mexico border

In the latest of its Untold America series, AJ+ hops in the cab of an 18-wheeler belonging to Satnam Singh, a Punjabi Sikh immigrant, who came to the US 40 years ago.

Trucking and the Indians hoping to cross the US-Mexico border

India elections 2019

In India's Assam state, citizenship law may hurt BJP's prospects

The right-wing party's offer of citizenship to non-Muslim immigrants has drawn widespread protests in the state.

In India's Assam state, citizenship law may hurt BJP's prospects

India elections 2019

India cancels polling in southern constituency over 'vote buying'

Attempts to secure votes in return for cash, electronic gadgets and even goats have been reported across Tamil Nadu.

India cancels polling in southern constituency over 'vote buying'

India

India's debt-ridden Jet Airways suspends all operations

The cash-strapped airline, until recently India's second-biggest carrier, has struggled to keep its fleet in the air.

India's debt-ridden Jet Airways suspends all operations