Corruption

UK court to rule on tycoon's extradition to India

Chairman of UB Group sought by Indian agencies left India in 2016 after defaulting on $1bn in bank loans.

Indian businessman Mallya in UK court for extradition case

Asia

Thousands gather in New Delhi to push for Hindu temple in Ayodhya

Over 200,000 people attend VHP rally to demand a Ram temple on the ruins of a mosque destroyed by a Hindu mob.

Thousands gather in New Delhi to push for Hindu temple in Ayodhya

Kashmir

Kashmir's youngest pellet gun victim could lose complete sight

Security forces struck 18-month-old Hiba Nasir as her mother tried to protect her at home during clashes with rebels.

Kashmir's youngest pellet gun victim could lose complete sight

China

Why are countries banning Huawei?

Canada arrested the CFO of Huawei, but the Chinese tech company has been scrutinised for years for security reasons.

Why are countries banning Huawei?

Asia

India's polluted air killed 1.24 million in 2017: study

Lancet study says India's average life expectancy would be higher by 1.7 years if air quality was at healthy levels.

India's polluted air killed 1.24 million in 2017: study

Asia

Outrage over Indian police officer's killing by 'cow vigilantes'

Subodh Kumar Singh was killed when far-right Hindu groups clashed with police in Uttar Pradesh on Monday.

Outrage over Indian police officer's killing by 'cow vigilantes'

India

Arrests over India policeman killed by 'cow vigilantes'

Police arrest two and launch special probe after an inspector was killed during mob violence over alleged cow slaughter.

India police arrest two over officer's killing in mob violence

India

Two killed in protests over alleged cow slaughter

Police and a youth killed in clashes in northern state after carcass of a cow was allegedly found on a farm.

India: Two killed in protests over alleged cow slaughter

Homeless

'They are in grave danger': Delhi's homeless struggle with smog

As pollution rises and people stay at home or wear masks, those on the streets have no way of protecting their lungs.

'They are in grave danger': Delhi's homeless struggle with smog

Asia

Can India recapture glory days of field hockey?

The field hockey world cup is taking place in India, with the hosts on a mission to dominate the sport again.

Asia

Angry India farmers march to parliament to highlight farm crisis

Tens of thousands of farmers protest in New Delhi demanding debt waivers and higher crop prices.

Angry India farmers march to parliament to highlight farm crisis

Asia

Kashmir sees its deadliest year in about a decade

Over 500 people have died since January in Indian-administered region after army stepped up presence, rights groups say.

India

'It's about our existence': India's protesting farmers

Indian farmers to demand government support for agriculture sector with bills for debt relief and to set minimum prices.

Against backdrop of suicides and debt, farmers demand action

India

One-third of world's stunted children live in India: report

Forty-six million children in India are stunted because of malnutrition and 25 million more defined as 'wasted'.

One-third of world's stunted children live in India: report

Kashmir

Fighter accused in Kashmir journalist's murder killed in gunfight

Police claim Naveed Jatt was involved in killing of prominent journalist Shujaat Bukhari in June.

Fighter accused in Kashmir journalist's murder killed in gunfight