India’s foreign minister will visit China this week as the two Asian giants confirm they have ended a three-week standoff on their disputed Himalayan border.
Indian officials say Chinese soldiers have refused to move back over the so-called Line of Actual Control that divides Indian-ruled territory from Chinese-run land.
The 5-year-old girl was in critical condition after being raped, tortured and then left alone in a locked room for two days in New Delhi.
The hours-long gang-rape and near-fatal beating of a 23-year-old student on a bus in New Delhi triggers outrage and anger across India.
The defense ministers of India and China agree to resume joint military exercises frozen two years ago to signal a thaw between the Asian giants.
Indian police detain scores of anti-corruption activists who tried to march on homes of top political leaders to protest a scandal over selling coal fields.
A popular yoga guru ends his six-day hunger strike to protest endemic corruption in India and is considering campaigning in the 2014 general elections.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrives on three-day visit to Burma that underscores New Delhi’s quest for energy supplies and concerns over China’s strong influence there.
Millions of tons of wheat lies rotting because India ran out of warehouse space to hold another bumper crop, threatening nation’s ability to feed its 1.2 billion population.