Her family believe a gang of men lured her with food
Fashion designers and artisans take authentic traditions to the next level in two very different cities, writes Rebecca Gonsalves
At around 3pm on Monday afternoon the Delhi traffic police issued an unlikely-sounding message by means of social media.
The diplomat was caught bang to rights. But election season changes things...
Police question group of men after woman was reportedly assaulted
It is Sunday morning and Deepak Marwah and his son Raghav are carefully navigating their gleaming 1947 Pontiac Silver Streak along a twisting, narrow road south of Delhi.
Kevin Pietersen’s future took a surprising turn yesterday when Delhi Daredevils decided not to retain the England batsman – or indeed any of their players – for this year’s Indian Premier League.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced plans to begin replacing the plastic tents as the bitterly cold weather continues to bite
Students, Bollywood actresses and women’s groups held rallies and candlelight vigils across India on Monday in memory of a young woman whose fatal gang rape on a bus a year ago shook the nation.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has waged a fierce campaign fronted by its prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi
Turn-out for last of five local polls may have broken all previous records
Gandhi - widely believed to be a future prime minister of India - says cabinet ordinance is 'complete nonsense and it should be torn up and thrown out'
Ruling is first for five males standing trial for the assault of the 23-year-old student
When Mitu Khurana found out she was pregnant with twins, she should have been overcome with joy. But, she says, her discovery marked the start of a cruel campaign by her husband and in-laws during which she was ignored, deprived of food, verbally and physically abused and pressured to abort her babies – because they were girls.
India’s telegram service has been withering for decades, to the extent that yesterday the last private messages were sent more than 160 years after the first. Yet for 24 hours it was like the good old days as hundreds of people visited the country’s 75 offices to send their final missives to friends and family, and staff holidays were cancelled to meet the demand.