Asia

Mob in India kills three on suspicion of cattle theft

Three arrested in eastern state of Bihar after deadly lynching over suspected attempt to steal cattle, police say.

Mob in India kills three on suspicion of cattle theft

India

Indian bartender jailed for 10 years over British teen's murder

Samson D'Souza handed maximum sentence for drugging and killing Scarlett Keeling on a Goa beach in 2008.

Indian bartender jailed for 10 years over British teen's murder

AJ Impact

The rise of the machines: Kashmir's weavers fear for their future

Mechanisation and competition from China and Iran are disrupting Kashmir's ancient crafts - and hurting livelihoods.

The rise of the machines: Kashmir's weavers fear for their future

AJ Impact

Netflix eyes India, but cheaper local rivals already have an edge

Netflix turns to India as its broadband speeds up. But beating cheap domestic brands will be tough, say analysts.

Netflix eyes India, but cheaper local rivals already have an edge

Asia

India's monsoon floods kill dozens, displace thousands

As tens of thousands became homeless, there is growing concern about the lack of food and supplies.

101 East

India's Women Warriors

In India, women fight to enter a sacred temple as part of a larger battle against discrimination within Hinduism.

AJ Impact

India to launch second lunar mission on July 22 after delay

Chandrayaan-2 will attempt a so-called 'soft landing' on the Moon, something only three other countries have achieved.

India to launch second lunar mission on July 22 after delay

India

Man found guilty of British schoolgirl's rape, killing in India

Court overturns earlier acquittal of Samson D'Souza for the rape and killing of 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling.

Man found guilty of British schoolgirl's rape, killing in India

Pakistan

ICJ orders Pakistan to allow India access to 'spy' Jadhav

Both sides claim 'victory' as court upholds India's demand for consular access but denies request to dismiss case.

ICJ orders Pakistan to allow India access to 'spy' Jadhav

Asia

Search called off in Mumbai building collapse

Officials say 14 people killed after 100-year-old building crumbles during heavy monsoon rains.

Mumbai building collapse: Death toll rises as search called off

Al Jazeera World

Rajasthan's Snake Dancers

In India, the Kalbelia tribe has traded snake charming for song and dance in a bid to survive a rapidly changing world.

Asia

Death toll climbs to 200 as South Asia copes with monsoon rains

Millions of people are affected and hundreds of thousands displaced across India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Death toll climbs to 200 as South Asia copes with monsoon rains

Asia

UN court to announce its verdict on Indian 'spy'

The International Court of Justice will decide on New Delhi's bid to remove an alleged spy from death row in Pakistan.

Kulbhushan Jadhav: ICJ to announce its verdict on Indian 'spy'

Asia

India: 10 dead, dozens trapped as building collapses in Mumbai

Rescue operation under way following the collapse of four-storey residential building in Mumbai's Dongri area.

India: 10 dead, dozens trapped as building collapses in Mumbai

AJ Impact

Risky money: India to issue foreign currency bonds

Critics of the plan say it may allow rich foreign nations to dictate India's policies.

Risky money: India to issue foreign currency bonds