Modicare aims to cover up to 100 million vulnerable Indian families for up to $7,100 per year, but the country's ailing basic health care throws up the question whether resources could have…
India's Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a colonial-era ban on gay sex at the center of years of legal battles.
Years of hostility between the Assamese Hindu majority and the Bengali-speaking Muslims may result in a conflict after four million people have been stripped of their Indian citizenship.
More than 300,000 farmers have committed suicide in India since 1995 due to the country's mounting debt crisis in the agrarian community.
More than 300 people have been killed in the Indian state of Kerala by the worst flooding to hit the region in a century.
India has ordered the inspection of at least 9,000 shelters for abandoned and orphaned children after a wave of sex abuse scandals shocked the country.
Horrifying sexual crimes against women and girls are an epidemic in India, which has quickly become known as "the rape capital of the world."
Hundreds of thousands of tea plantation workers in eastern India went on a three-day strike demanding a 50 cent increase in their daily wage.
Much has been written as to why we should expect major changes from Pakistan’s new Prime Minister, but these expectations are misplaced.
WhatsApp announced limits on the forwarding of messages by its 200 million Indian users in an effort to stop a spate of horrific lynchings.
More than 600 farmers committed suicide in the western Indian state of Maharashtra between March and May, an average of seven every day.
The threat of water scarcity in India, home to over 1.2 billion people, is real and of frightening proportions. It underlines the need for sustainable conservation of water in this South…
A nun and a staff member at Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in eastern India were arrested Thursday for allegedly selling babies born to unwed mothers.
Media watchdog Reporters without Borders expressed alarm on Wednesday about India, with seven journalists killed in the past 18 months.
The political game around the rape and murder of an eight-year-old tribal Muslim girl in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir (IAJK) is seeing no end.
More than half a century after untouchability was abolished in India in 1955, Dalits continue to be discriminated against in this South Asian country.