The death of Sunanda Pushkar has sent shockwaves around Delhi
Members of India's ruling Congress party erupted in rapturous applause today for Rahul Gandhi, heir to the country's Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, who is leading the struggling party's campaign in a general election in May.
The diplomat was caught bang to rights. But election season changes things...
There would be justifiable anger within the Sikh community
A distinct bias of "boy preference" can be found in countries extending from North Africa and West Asia to South Asia, including India, and East Asia, including China. That such discrimination has a place in a large part of the modern world is distressing: the number of "missing women" can be quite large.
The disturbing conclusions we report today are drawn from rigorous analysis of official data. Steve Connor explains the background
Previously secret documents indicate Margaret Thatcher knew about possible SAS involvement in 1984 Indian army raid
World Health Organisation to make landmark declaration next month
Tour fall-out reveals coach will continue only if controversial batsman is dropped after deterioration in their relationship
We take a look at who should be in the side when England return to the long format of the game
Chaos surrounding poll plunges nation deeper into turmoil and could lead to more violence in the deeply impoverished country of 160 million
At least 21 people have been killed in incidents across the country
Time is short but England can rebuild before they meet Australia again
It was yet another day that went to Australia
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.
Clarke also bags the test cricketer of the year award on the day he plays his 100th Test for his country