Defeated politician wields sword in threatening rampage after election
The unidentified candidate expressed outrage after losing the election, having come from a family with a long history in local government.
Tamil Nadu's Candidate for Leadership Jailed
Sasikala was one of the favorites to become chief minister of the Indian state.
India's Modi Makes a Surprise Visit to Pakistan
It was the first time an Indian Prime Minister had visited Pakistan since 2004.
Corruption Accusations Submerge Modi's Monsoon Session
Congress party brings parliament to a halt as it charges Narendra Modi with protecting corrupt ministers.
A Year In, India's Modi Still Won't Talk to Press
The prime minister's distaste for the media stems from the reporting after the 2002 riots, for which he was widely held responsible.
Rahul Redux Refuses to Grasp the Reins
After another disappearing act, the scion of the Gandhi dynasty fails to show he has the appetite to inherit.
Modi Jettisons His 'Make in India' Policy and Buys French Warplanes
A deal with French President François Hollande for 36 combat aircraft has upset home-grown planemakers.
Where Is Rahul Gandhi?
As his Congress Party pleads for strong leadership, the scion goes missing.
Furor in India Over Banned Gang-Rape Documentary
In the film, a rapist expresses no remorse, blaming the victim for her rape and murder.
India's Parliament Disrupted Over Mother Teresa Remarks
Leader of Hindu organisation criticised for saying Catholic nun tried to convert poor to Christianity.
India's Modi Seeks Humble, Tolerant New Image After Poll Rout
After New Delhi election wipeout, PM adopts softer stance on religious minorities and auctions designer suit.
Revolt Against Corruption Triumphs in Delhi
Can Modi and Kejriwal work together to modernize India?
'I Am Marxist' Says Dalai Lama
The spiritual leader made the announcement during a speech at a university in India.
First Transgender Mayor Elected in Central India
Madhu Kinnar, 35, won the mayoral election in Raigarh on Sunday by more than 4,500 votes
Almost a Third of Indian Cabinet Charged With Crimes, Despite Modi Pledge
At least five people in the cabinet have been charged with serious offences such as rape and rioting, in a country where politicians facing criminal charges are twice as likely to get elected