Punjab and Haryana High Court frees 3 rape convicts on bail, blame victim for act
No Indian role under new US South Asia and Afghanistan policy is acceptable, says Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif
Indian army official claims Pakistan Rangers open sniper fire at army’s 5/9 GR unit in Keran Sector
Mukesh Mittal, a senior home ministry official, said the Supreme Court must let the government to take a decision in Indian interests because of Rohingya links to extremist groups.
Twenty bodies have been recovered, Dharam Pal Singh, additional magistrate of Baghpat district in Uttar Pradesh state said. "It appears the boat was crowded beyond its capacity," he said.
Train between Ahmedabad, Mumbai, funded by $17 billion loan from Japan
Leaders had announced to court arrest at National Investigation Agency’s headquarters in New Delhi on September 9
Kashmir journalist tells of government's attempt to close 'little window of social media' on conflict
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi discuss trade, counter-terrorism issues
The exchange occurred on the sidelines of the just-ended summit of BRICS emerging economies hosted by Xi in the southeastern Chinese city of Xiamen.
Lawyers for Muslim minority argue deportations would violate international conventions, Constitution
38 people were killed on Friday when 150,000 followers of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh gathered in Panchkula
India's foreign ministry announced earlier an "expeditious disengagement" in the Doklam area after reaching an "understanding" with Beijing on the confrontation that began on June 16.
Followers of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who is accused of raping female disciples, turn violent after court verdict
Supreme Court says 'triple talaq' has no place in Islam
Pakistani observers complain US president's strategy on Afghanistan completely overlooks their concerns
Lt. Col. Shrikant Purohit is suspected of being directly involved in 2008 bombings targeting a Muslim-majority town
Indian authorities sought military help in two districts of northern Uttar Pradesh state after heavy rains left hundreds of villages marooned.
Flag hoisting ceremonies, cultural programs were organized across the country
72 killed in floods and landslides on Saturday and Sunday, officials say
Death toll feared to rise as rescue operations continue for several trapped in vehicles and houses swallowed by landslide