Isis mocked Muslims living in harmony with Hindus and urged them to travel to Isis-held territories
The accountant hanged himself after killing seven children and both of his parents, Indian police say
'Ninety-seven have been admitted to hospital a few of them are critical,' says deputy police chief of Palghar district
The man is believed to be a German tourist
Smoke from nearby wood-burning crematorium is yellowing the mausoleum’s marble
For Isis to distinguish itself from al-Qaeda it must create greater misery
Noon headed the world's largest factory for ready-made Indian and ethnic food, and is credited with making chicken tikka masala Britain's favourite dish
The man's family believe the incident was a hate crime sparked by an argument over the practice of animal sacrifice
She came under criticism from members of her own party who distanced themselves from her remarks
The former French First Lady spoke to journalists during humanitarian visit to Mumbai
President François Hollande, the man who never married, is a bachelor again.
Suchitra Sen was a legendary Indian actress known for her memorable roles in both Bengali-language and Hindi Bollywood films.
Closure of gates causes fatal crush as thousands pay last respects to Muslim spiritual leader
Tragedy on sleeper train is second deadly blaze to hit Indian railway network in two weeks
Farooque Shaikh, who died on 27 December of a heart attack on a visit to Dubai with his family, was the plump, unlikely hero of scores of Bollywood films. He was born in 1948, his career beginning on a high note with the 1973 film Garm Hawa, about the Partition. His performance earned him a key role in Satyajit Ray's The Chess Players, a study of the decadence of India's feudal classes. His cherubic looks struck a chord with ordinary people, who identified with his man-in-the-street image.