Unamed bride in Lucknow breaks off engagment after discovering her groom to be had not built a toilet in his house as promised
Several people, including hospital staff, are reportedly arrested
My working class, hard-left leaning partner is a staunch republican - but I remain unconvinced by his arguments
The British fashion industry inspires the rest of the world - why has Kate decided to dress so plainly on the Royal trip?
Controversial practice banned in most countries, but still takes place in the subcontinent
Authorities had been denied permission to hold a display or store fireworks
21 people were killed and more than 150 injured after a partially completed bridge fell on to a busy road in Kolkata
'If I kept doing nothing then nothing would have happened'
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
Residents having to spend up to a fifth of their income on clean water - in a country where 76 million people lack access to a safe supply
Constable left paralysed on one side and with a speech disorder
Mr Makandar was working in the kingdom for nearly two years and had not visited home
Anjali Joseph writes a daring kind of novel, however quiet it seems
The former cross-Channel hovercraft may be facing the scrapheap, but there's still a future for these go-anywhere workhorses
Hosts lose opening match
Historians hope discovery could provide treasure trove of new information