India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, and foreign minister have dismissed Donald Trump's comments that India signed the Paris deal to receive "billions and billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from other nations."
A Pakistani major general took to social media to claim the killing of five Indian soldiers in restive Kashmir, but India denied the claim.
The increase surprises researchers, as child marriage had been considered a largely rural phenomenon.
The "triple talaq" rule allows Muslim men to divorce their wife without notice and activists say it is discriminatory.
Father Tom Uzhunnalil was abducted in March 2016 after an attack on a care home.
The attack sparked nationwide outrage and led to India’s parliament passing new anti-rape laws.
Tensions between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan are once again flaring up over the contested region of Kashmir.
Turkey and India’s leaders pledged tightening economic and counterterrorism ties.
Authorities have banned 22 social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s crackdown on NGOs has drawn criticism from human rights groups.
One likened women to donkeys, while another said meat-eaters tell lies and commit sex crimes.
After reportedly beating an Air India staff member so hard that he fell down, Ravindra Gaikwad was banned from five Indian airlines.
India's sacred Ganges river and its main tributary, the Yamuna, have been declared "legal and living entities having the status of a legal person."
The Islamic State group threatened India's iconic Taj Mahal as bombings and sabotage rocked the surrounding tourist city of Agra.
Pakistan has opposed some of these projects before, saying they violate a World Bank-mediated treaty on the sharing of the Indus river.
Almost four in ten voters backed Modi's party in India's biggest state, Uttar Pradesh.
At Tata and Infosys, former chairmen are appalled by their successors.
High levels of dangerous pollution have stabilised in China, but are rising sharply in India and Bangladesh.