Stories By Smita Prakash
108 Sep 2014 Mon
Observers say personal gestures on the part of both Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan in offering assistance to flood-hit victims on opposite sides of the Kashmir border could help rekindle peace efforts between the two neighbours.
202 Sep 2014 Tue
The new government in India marked 100 days in office on Tuesday (Sep 2). The party stormed into power with a promise to re-energise the economy, boost jobs and eliminate corruption, but results are not yet showing.
301 Sep 2014 Mon
India's oldest political party Congress has slipped into a period of decline after May's general election, but is slowly bouncing back with wins in recent by-elections.
419 Aug 2014 Tue
India has cancelled foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan that were scheduled for next week, after New Delhi reacted angrily to a meeting between Pakistan's high commissioner and Kashmiri separatists in the Indian capital.
522 Jul 2014 Tue
The opposition Congress party in India is facing a revolt among regional leaders -- they are upset at the perceived autocracy of the party's top brass and the decision making that led to the electoral wipe-out earlier this year.
617 Jul 2014 Thu
The limits of media freedom are being debated in India after a freelance journalist interviewed one of India's most wanted terrorists in Pakistan.
703 Jul 2014 Thu
Solutions to address the issue of unemployment in India are expected to be shared at the Narendra Modi-led government's first budget on July 10. According to government data, almost a quarter of the young are jobless.