The Indian government on Tuesday demanded that Pakistan take "credible and visible action" over a major suicide attack in Kashmir as it rebuffed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's offer to investigate the bombing.
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Indian troops suffered new losses Monday in a battle with Kashmir militants that left nine dead, officials said, just days after a major suicide bomb attack escalated tensions with neighboring Pakistan.
Islamabad should be ordered to immediately free an Indian man sentenced to death for alleged spying in Pakistan, India's lawyers told the UN's top court Monday, saying his military trial was a "farcical case" based on "malicious propaganda."
Facebook India said Thursday it will run disclaimers on political ads and publish details of sponsors to bring transparency in political advertising ahead of a general election due by May.
At least six passengers were killed and more than 20 injured Sunday after an express train derailed in Bihar, officials said. Nine coaches of the Delhi-bound Seemanchal Express came off the tracks early Sunday near Sahadai Buzurg station, about 30 kilometers (20 miles) east of the state capital Patna.
From silent black-and-white films to colorful blockbusters bursting with song and dance, the evolution of Indian cinema is traced by a new museum in the home of Bollywood. Costing 1.4 billion rupees ($19.6 million), India's first national film museum is spread across a stylish 19th-century bungalow and a modern five-storied glass structure in south Mumbai.
An Indian cabinet minister quit on Wednesday as more women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment. His resignation made him the most prominent figure so far to be felled by the #MeToo movement currently sweeping the world’s largest democracy.
India's Narendra Modi was under fire Saturday after French ex-president Francois Hollande added fresh fuel to corruption allegations in a bilateral defense deal, with the prime minister branded a traitor by his chief political opponent.
Kashmir rebels abducted 11 relatives of police in the troubled region as mounting tensions forced India's Supreme Court on Friday to put back a landmark hearing on the state's autonomous rights.