The Independent's Asia Correspondent, based in Delhi.
09 September 2013 06:14 PM
'I continued after my niece was shot. We all die one day, so why not as a brave person?'
09 September 2013 08:49 AM
Police in northern India are investigating the role of six politicians they believe may have been responsible for inciting violence between members of different religious communities that has left at least 28 people dead.
It lost his dream, but can Pakistan find Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s speech on his vision for the nation's future?
05 September 2013 06:11 PM
Recording of key address by country’s founding father eludes archivists – despite help from India
04 September 2013 08:18 AM
DIA notes that such a plot 'would result in an international and domestic backlash as the ISI is already under significant criticism for intimidation and extra-judicial killings'
The biggest welfare programme in history: Indian government gives 800 million citizens a 'legal right' to cheap food in new bill
03 September 2013 05:55 PM
£13bn scheme immediately condemned by business community who claim the country cannot afford it
Kashmir human rights activists call on conductor Zubin Mehta to call off concert over 'whitewash' fears
02 September 2013 02:44 PM
Activists in Kashmir are calling upon a celebrated conductor of classical music to call off a concert in Srinagar as they claim the event will be used to “whitewash” human rights abuses.
Karachi braces for fresh wave of violence: 'The police are just spectators. I want the army to take control'
01 September 2013 06:29 PM
Faced with spiralling levels of violence, residents of Pakistan’s biggest city are looking to the military for help
Family of Delhi gang rape victim demand death penalty as guilty teenager is sentenced to three years in juvenile institution
01 September 2013 12:00 AM
Ruling is first for five males standing trial for the assault of the 23-year-old student
27 August 2013 06:09 PM
It might not look much, but a small ramshackle bridge makes all the difference to the lives of the people who live and work either side of it
24 August 2013 12:23 AM
The end of US easy money has sent the rupee diving and short-term investors are moving out
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