Thanks to a Bollywood film, Professor Siras's suicide may wind up doing more for gay rights than India's usually liberal courts.
How India's most desperate state transformed itself to become a model for the rest of the country.
Midway through Vishal Bhardwaj's 2009 movie Kaminey (Scoundrels), the hero is captured by thugs looking to recover $2 million in stolen cocaine. As the goons torture him to find out where he's hidden the drugs, they run into a problem: he stammers so badly that they can't get a word out of him.
A local counterterrorism expert on India's vulnerabilities.
In a drive to remain top table in New Delhi's fast-growing fine-dining scene, in August the Taj Mahal Hotel opened its second new restaurant in as many months.