The remains were discovered after a major search in the jungles of Arunachal Pradesh state
Shankaracharya Swaroopanand makes comments just days after Mumbai court rules in favour of women's right to worship
Missing from the couple’s visit will be remembrance or even utterance of the Bengal Famine, where three million people starved to death under the stewardship of Winston Churchill
Controversial practice banned in most countries, but still takes place in the subcontinent
The partially-completed concrete and steel bridge fell on to traffic on a busy road
Confusion surrounds the fate of an Indian priest amid rumours he was due to be crucified on Good Friday
Raghavan highlights India as a power in its own right, rather than a mere bastion of the British Empire
While the Hindu celebration is associated most with crowds of people throwing colourful powders on each other, it is actually split into two very different events
The Independent on Sunday's Happy List was an antidote to wealth worship and celebrated those who enriched the country or their communities, rather than themselves
'Police are investigating all angles, including whether they belonged to any cow protection organisation'
Violence against women is a common occurance in India
Anjali Joseph writes a daring kind of novel, however quiet it seems
'There is virtually no hope for him to do police work in future'
'The issue is the consent of the women, and if it isn’t there, it is rape,' says UN chief
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The claim comes despite government plans to criminalise marital rape last year