The Taj Mahal is seeing hundreds of thousands of fewer visitors in the wake of protests against a law some accuse as anti-Muslim, Reuters reported.
Reports that an Indian university will begin teaching doctors how to treat people possessed by ghosts appear to be based on a misunderstanding.
The 55-year-old man lived in the district of Amreli, India.
This week similar protests across Delhi and in nearly every large city in India have become the largest, most unified and secular resistance against Modi and the BJP's Hindu nationalism.
A man sentenced for gang-raping a 23-year-old woman on a bus claims high levels of pollution in Delhi's air and water is already cutting his life short, using it as an argument to change his sentence.
A man suspected of shooting an wedding dancer in the face because she stopped dancing has been identified after a video went viral.
Wakefit, an Indian start-up that describes itself as a "sleep solutions company," is hiring a number of sleep interns to test out their products.
In 2009, around 500,000 animals were slaughtered at Nepal's Gadhimai festival.
"The killing is brutal, there can be do doubt about that," Wendy Higgins, a spokesperson from Humane Society International, said.
The patient in question was suffering from a genetic disorder characterized by the growth of numerous cysts in the organs.
Visitors in India can get the royal treatment with a stay in a suite at the City Palace of Jaipur, the personal home of Indian prince Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh.
Officials said at least 12 people were injured in the collision, while the MMTS driver was reportedly trapped inside a mangled train cabin for up to eight hours before being pulled from the wreckage.
Pollution in New Delhi peaked this month, reaching levels not seen in three years. In some parts of the city, the Air Quality Index approached 1,000—more than three times what is considered hazardous.
"We are investigating the case and a manhunt has been launched to trace the two accused teachers who have fled," a police inspector said about the probe into the sexual assault suspects.
During this time private cars with even number plates will only be permitted to drive on even dates and private cars with odd number plates will be restricted to odd dates.
In the biggest card dump in history, dark web site Joker's Stash has listed 1.3 million Indian credit and debit cards for sale, in an online shop that is valued at $130 million.
Diwali, also called the "festival of lights," is a joyous occasion that calls for people to extend good wishes to their family and friends.
If you hear "Diwali" and think of Michael Scott, now's a good time to brush up on your knowledge of the festival.
"Eight million people made to live in a siege, it's a slap on the face of the international community," Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. Asad Majeed Khan told Newsweek.
The social media giant complied with more take-down requests from Indian officials than any other country, a study by the Committee to Protect Journalists showed.
A private college in India apologized after students were seen wearing boxes on their heads during an exam —a plan supposedly devised to prevent cheating.
China "supports the Pakistani side" and says "the rights and wrongs are clear" in Kashmir, but there's an even wider game of geopolitical competition playing out in Asia.
Indian-born Asim Umar had been the head of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) since 2014.
Among the victims of Jolly Shaju's string of poisonings were her husband, her in-laws and a two-year-old child.
Four people drowned after they stood waist-deep in water near the Pambar Dam in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Pakistani's Azad Kashmir President Masood Khan recently told Newsweek a war with India would "be tantamount to nuclear Armageddon."
Critics called for her to be banned from visiting India, but the professor was resolute that her words were based on facts.
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Wednesday that all Indians have access to toilets, but experts don't agree with his claims.