Stories By Zain Awan
129 Sep 2015 Tue
PM Modi and President Obama also pushed for greater cooperation on issues of security, counter-terrorism, defence and economy, in their third meeting in the last 12 months.
216 Sep 2015 Wed
UN agrees to adopt negotiating text for Security Council reforms, boosting India's hopes for permanent seat
The United Nations General Assembly has agreed to negotiate the wording of a document for reforming the Security Council over the next year.
314 Sep 2015 Mon
University elections in the Indian capital New Delhi has sprung a defeat to the Common Man’s Party led by state chief Arvind Kejriwal - his first poll defeat after his resounding victory in New Delhi’s elections earlier this year.
413 Sep 2015 Sun
The number of dengue cases in India has hit a five-year high of nearly 20,000 and is expected to rise further.
507 Sep 2015 Mon
Thirty people have so far perished in one of the worst floods to hit the impoverished region in recent times and more than 1.6 million people have been affected.
607 Sep 2015 Mon
The film, Manjhi - The Mountain Man, tells the extraordinary story of an ordinary man and derides the government's lack of apathy towards the poor.
701 Sep 2015 Tue
The Law Commission has recommended the abolition of the death penalty for all crimes other than terrorism-related offences.
831 Aug 2015 Mon
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has backtracked on a controversial land reform bill, sparking fears that the move will slow down the country's economic progress.
928 Aug 2015 Fri
Indian Muslim men are legally allowed to verbally divorce their wives by repeating the word 'talaq', which means 'I divorce you', three times and instantly end the marriage.
1027 Aug 2015 Thu
India has released its Census 2011 data on Population by Religious Communities but its findings have shown that the gap between the population growth rate of Hindus and Muslims has narrowed.