The 44-year-old from the Indian state of Manipur said she planned to enter politics
Irom Sharmila has become known as the 'Iron Lady of Manipur
British-Iranian cook Yasmin Khan traversed Iran in search of the country’s most delicious recipes, adding her own twist for a modern take
Perpetrators are increasingly recording their crimes on mobile phones to use as a blackmailing tool and to dissuade victims from going to the police
Banks are networked both domestically and internationally through inter-bank borrowing and lending and derivative transactions. Problems at one bank can quickly spread, infecting other firms and the financial system
Hindus consider cows to be sacred and the slaughter of cows is banned in many Indian states
The hate graffiti include slurs such as 'sand n**ger,' 'camel Jockey,' 'I will kill you,' and 'towel head'
The suspect allegedly forced her to retract her accusations in court
From the author that brought us Made in India, Meera Sodha's second book, Fresh India, is a vegetarian only cookbook for everyday recipes
'We were getting constant threats. That's why they have attacked her again.'
Police have already been blamed for killing dozens of people during violent protests that have erupted in the disputed region
Four men, including the victim's nephew, have been arrested in connection with his murder
The region is a flash point for tensions between India and Pakistan
Ms Gurjar urged to resign after photograph with victim went viral on social media
'The stool on which he was standing slipped and he started struggling for life,' says police spokesman
'You have to settle for many compromises in India to take advantage of the cheap prices', a leading economist has said