NEW DELHI/AYODHYA, India India's Supreme Court on Saturday awarded a bitterly contested religious site to Hindus, dealing a defeat to Muslims who also claim the land that has sparked some of the country's bloodiest riots since independence. | Video
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI India's opposition Congress party selected past president Sonia Gandhi as its interim leader on Saturday, while it searches for a successor to her son Rahul Gandhi, who quit following a crushing election defeat by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
NEW DELHI Veteran Indian politician Sushma Swaraj, who most recently served as minister of external affairs, passed away on Tuesday, following a cardiac arrest.
NEW DELHI India's parliament on Thursday passed an amendment to the right to information law despite protests from activists who say the changes would diminish the independence of the commissioners who administer it.
NEW DELHI India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is to meet coalition partners to discuss a new government, two BJP sources said on Monday, after exit polls predicted a clear general election victory for the party led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to the delight of Hindu groups. | Video
NEW DELHI, May 20 India's ruling Bharatiya
Janata Party (BJP) is preparing to meet coalition partners to
discuss a new government, two BJP sources said on Monday, after
exit polls predicted a better-than-expected result for it in a
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI An Indian parliamentary panel gave Twitter Inc 10 days to file written answers to its questions after meeting on Monday with a senior company officer, part of India's scrutiny of social media content as it prepares for elections this year.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, Feb 25 Twitter Inc
has 10 days to file written answers to questions from a
parliamentary panel in India, its chairman said on Monday after
meeting with the U.S. company's head of policy.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI An Indian parliamentary panel is summoning Twitter Inc's chief executive to appear before it later this month, after he did not attend a hearing on Monday to discuss citizens' rights on social media.
NEW DELHI India's cabinet on Monday backed proposals to reserve 10 percent of government jobs for Indians outside the higher income brackets, a plan the main opposition party suggested was an attempt by the government to lure back voters as an election nears.