Early Wednesday morning, reports from a New Delhi news channel surfaced of two wild elephants running rampant through the streets of one South Indian suburb.
Television broadcasters in India were ordered to change “overtly sexual” deodorant ads featuring scantily clad men and women in racy storylines — or take them off the air within five days.
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The results of India’s 2011 Census reveal that far fewer girls than boys are born in the country each year, indicating a rapidly declining child gender ratio that reflects pervasive sex-selection practices.
Gone are the days of grain subsidy giveaways. In the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, voters in this week’s elections are more likely to walk away with a free cable connection and a small flock of sheep.
Hetal Dave is a 23-year-old Indian woman with an athletic build. Not the most likely professional sumo wrestler — but she’s not letting that stop her.
For an island nation whose seafood industry has already been severely crippled, this is just another piece of bad news.
While America prepares for another baseball season, much of the wider world only had eyes for the Cricket World Cup on Wednesday as rivals India and Pakistan faced off. And it was the home team Indians who won and will face Sri …
“Cricket always brings these two countries together.”
— SHAHID AFRIDI, Pakistan team captain, ahead of the showdown between cricket arch-rivals India and Pakistan, in the cricket World Cup semi finals. The prime ministers of …
India’s big cats are making a comeback.