In India's Assam, boat clinics save lives on Brahmaputra river

Mobile clinics provide much-needed health facilities to communities living on remote islands in India's Assam state.

24 May 2018 10:14

Modi meets Putin as India walks US-Russia tightrope

Indian PM traveled to Sochi to hold talks with Russia's Putin, with geopolitical issues on the agenda of summit.

21 May 2018 10:14

Pakistani man fights to return to his Indian family

Siraj Khan was forcibly removed from India after 24 years, despite marrying an Indian woman and raising a family.

21 May 2018 11:32

In Kashmir, India PM Modi says 'development is the solution'

Kashmiris react with disbelief to Modi's speech, saying India is failing to solve the region's serious political issue.

20 May 2018 07:22

The Indian sanitary pad workers going to the royal wedding

The Indian charity sells low-cost sanitary pads to poor women in the city of Mumbai.

18 May 2018 08:50

India calls ceasefire in Kashmir for holy month of Ramadan

Truce will help Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan in a 'peaceful environment', Indian home ministry says.

16 May 2018 08:20

Pakistan's ex-PM Nawaz Sharif slammed for Mumbai attack comments

Former prime minister faces criticism for saying non-state actors from Pakistan were behind 2008 attacks in Indian city.

15 May 2018 05:50

India's Modi uses cultural ties to mend ties with Nepal

Indian prime minister highlights religious and cultural linkages between the two neighbours during his two-day trip.

13 May 2018 06:38

It's time to address online violence against women in India

Online abuse is leaving Indian women feeling vulnerable and not empowered.

13 May 2018 06:38

The couple who care for stricken dogs in an Indian beach town

How did a British couple end up spending their retirement in India looking after 100 dogs?

13 May 2018 02:18

India's Prime Minister Modi on two-day state visit to Nepal

Not everyone in Janakpur is celebrating Modi's visit, with many still angry about India's five-month blockade in 2015.

12 May 2018 01:51

Five rebels, five civilians killed in Kashmir violence

Firefight between rebels and security forces leave 10 dead in Indian-administered Kashmir, including five civilians.

07 May 2018 09:22

Kashmir's religious harmony a lesson in troubled times

In violence-prone Kashmir, groups band together regardless of religion, despite tensions in India.

06 May 2018 11:23

How India's institutions are failing Muslims

Today being Muslim in India is harder than ever before.

03 May 2018 06:48

Ostracised and fetishised: The perils of travelling as a young black woman

Ashley Butterfield has been around the world - but a visit to India brought home the challenges of being a lone black female tourist.

30 Apr 2018 04:05

NBA: LeBron James' stunning buzzer-beater helps Cleveland Cavaliers beat Indiana Pacers

LeBron James scores a three-point buzzer beater to give the Cleveland Cavaliers a 3-2 lead in the NBA first-round playoffs against the Indiana Pacers.

26 Apr 2018 09:45

The Kolkata derby: Asia's fiercest footballing rivalry

India's fiercest footballing rivalry appears to be under threat from the country's bold new Super League experiment.

26 Apr 2018 08:46

Pre-monsoon heat builds across northern India

Soaring temperatures contrast with severe storms and heavy rain in other parts of India.

21 Apr 2018 10:00

Accused plead 'not guilty' in Asifa gang-rape case

Seven men and a minor are accused in the gang-rape case that has caused outrage in India.

17 Apr 2018 01:03

The child rape cases that shook Indian politics

Outrage over two child rape cases have rocked India and exposed the duplicity of the ruling BJP party.

16 Apr 2018 08:26