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Terror bombing in Indiaupdated: Fri Sep 09 2011 09:44:00

Terrorist bomb inside a briefcase goes off outside the New Delhi High Court. CNN's Sumnima Udas reports.

Police probe deadly blast outside Delhi High Courtupdated: Fri Sep 09 2011 09:44:00

Police probing a deadly blast outside the Delhi High Court on Wednesday have released two sketches based on descriptions of suspects from eyewitnesses and they are focused on leads that an Islamic extremist group carried out the attack.

Authorities detain 3 in investigation of bombing outside Delhi courtupdated: Thu Sep 08 2011 03:31:00

Three men were detained in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Thursday following a deadly blast outside the Delhi High Court a day earlier, police said.

India's investigation bureau raids telecomupdated: Wed Dec 15 2010 09:43:00

India's Central Bureau of Investigation staged a series of raids at the homes and offices of people at the center of a national telecommunications scandal, a CBI official said.

Indian pair add table tennis gold to host nation's medals haulupdated: Fri Oct 15 2010 09:16:00

Indian pair Achanta Sharath Kamal and Subhajit Saha added another Commonwealth Games gold to the host nation's collection on Wednesday, beating Singapore in the men's doubles table tennis final.

Delhi uses monkeys to combat monkeysupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 05:26:00

Langur monkeys are used to protect people from wild macaque monkeys during the Commonwealth Games. Sara Sidner reports.

In India, authorities fight monkeys with monkeysupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 05:26:00

Chotu is not happy to see visitors. He is busy scratching himself and intensely surveying his surroundings when he's approached.

Competition begins in Delhi at Commonwealth Gamesupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 23:39:00

After a fraught buildup and the razzmatazz of the opening ceremony, the real action gets underway Monday at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

Spectacular open for Commonwealth Gamesupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 23:39:00

CNN's Sara Sidner was there as Delhi kicked off the 2010 Commonwealth Games with a spectacular opening ceremony.

Nigerian weightlifter secures opening Commonwealth Games goldupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 14:40:00

Teenage Nigerian weightlifter Augustina Nkem Nwaokolo claimed the first gold medal on day one of the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

Pushing out human 'eyesores' for games?updated: Mon Oct 04 2010 10:33:00

Is Delhi pushing out the poor to keep them out of sight of Commonwealth Games visitors? CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Gunmen sought in India tourist shooting; U.S., Australia issue alertsupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 00:26:00

One of two Taiwanese nationals injured in a shooting at a popular Old Delhi, India, tourist site remained in critical condition Monday after doctors removed a bullet from his abdomen, a hospital official said.

Australia warns of 'high risk of terrorism' at India gamesupdated: Mon Sep 20 2010 10:44:00

Australia warned its citizens Monday that next month's Commonwealth Games in India carry a "high risk of terrorism."

Two foreigners injured in Delhi shootingupdated: Sun Sep 19 2010 12:06:00

Two of India's largest cities -- Delhi and Mumbai -- are on red alert after a shooting at a popular tourist site in Old Delhi left two Taiwanese nationals injured Sunday, authorities said.

Thousands evacuated in New Delhi as river risesupdated: Sat Sep 11 2010 13:41:00

More than 4,000 residents living in low-lying areas of the Indian capital of New Delhi were moved to higher ground on Saturday due to the rising Yamuna River, officials said.

Plan turns dirty drains into bike pathsupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 06:15:00

A local project in India aims to clean Delhi's extensive network of drains and turn them into cycle routes and parks.

Sewage streams into scenic parks? One man's goalupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 06:15:00

Walking is a perilous endeavor in New Delhi's traffic bedlam.

India's pollution solutionupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 06:02:00

Away from the hustle and bustle of Delhi's dusty streets, where rickshaws, crammed buses and the occasional elephant usually set the tone for a cacophonous commuting experience, there is an air-conditioned haven that is the pride of local residents: The Delhi Metro.

New Delhi's 'Miracle Metro'updated: Thu Apr 08 2010 06:02:00

Why is New Delhi's Metro considered an urban miracle? CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.

Veteran Lane takes Avantha advantageupdated: Fri Feb 12 2010 11:32:00

Veteran Briton Barry Lane leads the way after the second round of the Avantha Masters in Delhi on Friday.

India's bustling capital fights for space, workupdated: Mon Nov 09 2009 02:53:00

It's a city jostling for space -- and work.

Gilchrist blasts Chargers into IPL finalupdated: Fri May 22 2009 14:54:00

Captain Adam Gilchrist blasted the fastest half-century in Indian Premier League history to lead the Deccan Chargers into the final on Sunday with a comfortable six-wicket victory over tournament favorites Delhi Daredevils.

Suspected moonshine kills seven in Indiaupdated: Sun Mar 22 2009 03:38:00

Seven people have died in a week after drinking suspected illicitly brewed liquor in the Indian capital, police said Sunday.

Free computer-access project inspired 'Slumdog'updated: Mon Feb 23 2009 16:20:00

The book "Q & A" inspired the Oscar-winning movie "Slumdog Millionaire," but what inspired Indian author Vikas Swarup to write the book?

Shah Rukh Khan - Q&Aupdated: Tue Jan 06 2009 06:54:00

Shah Rukh Khan is the biggest draw in Bollywood and the world's most popular film actor. He shot to stardom in his first feature film "Deewana" (1992) which won him the first of 13 Filmfare awards -- the Bollywood equivalent of an Oscar. Here he talks to CNN about his childhood, family, religion and fame.

The biggest Bollywood starupdated: Tue Jan 06 2009 06:54:00

Revealed catches up with Bollywood's biggest star, Shah Rukh Khan on the set of his new film "Om Shanti Om".

Beating the clockupdated: Mon Jan 05 2009 09:38:00

Malini Mehra is a woman in a hurry. She's late for a meeting with Al Gore's people, the batteries on her cell phone are running out, and besides, UK call roaming charges are "horrendous."

New Delhi flower market blast kills boyupdated: Sun Sep 28 2008 21:37:00

Two people were killed, including a young boy, and 22 were wounded when a bomb exploded in the Mehrauli area of south Delhi Saturday, a police spokesman said.

Ragpickersupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 08:24:00

Vimlendu Jha documents the lives of Delhi's ragpickers and the hardships they face to survive in India's capital city.

Ragpickersupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 08:24:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: Five Blasts Put Delhi on High Alertupdated: Sat Sep 13 2008 13:35:00

India's capital was thrown into chaos on Saturday evening as five serial blasts left at least 18 people dead and 80 injured

Water vs. Developmentupdated: Wed Aug 13 2008 07:35:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: Gay Pride Delhi-Styleupdated: Sun Jun 29 2008 15:00:00

Delhi's first gay pride parade attracted more than 500 marchers. The movement, in a city of 14 million, may be small, but it was a long time in coming

Monsoon Woodingupdated: Thu May 29 2008 12:22:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

The tarnished Taj Mahalupdated: Fri Apr 25 2008 09:41:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

At the river's sourceupdated: Wed Apr 16 2008 13:05:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: India Grapples with Its Gamesupdated: Sun Mar 23 2008 13:00:00

In the shadow of the Beijing Olympics, New Delhi's preparations to stage the 2010 Commonwealth Games are floundering

Looking for justiceupdated: Thu Mar 20 2008 12:41:00

Vimlendu is at a rally for the dead, dying and survivors of the Bhopal gas leak as they petition the Indian government.

Looking for justiceupdated: Thu Mar 20 2008 12:41:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: India Detains Tibet Protestorsupdated: Fri Mar 14 2008 07:00:00

Authorities crack down on 100 Tibetans who planned to march to their homeland to protest Chinese rule

Homecomingupdated: Wed Mar 12 2008 06:53:00

Vimlendu takes a day off to visit his home town of Bhagalpur and tours his old school.

Homecomingupdated: Wed Mar 12 2008 06:53:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Speaking out for the survivorsupdated: Thu Mar 06 2008 20:02:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Kapur and Park lead the way in Delhiupdated: Fri Feb 29 2008 14:57:00

Shiv Kapur kept up hopes of a second Indian victory on the European Tour this season as he shared the halfway lead with Unho Park of Australia in the Johnnie Walker Classic.

Helping the homelessupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 10:12:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Helping the homelessupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 10:12:00

Vimlendu Jah introduces schoolchildren in India to some of life's challenges.

Kidney harvesting arrestupdated: Tue Feb 19 2008 23:52:00

CNN's Sara Sidner reports on the arrest of an Indian doctor for illegally harvesting kidneys, ending a 10-year manhunt.

Brother of kidney-snatching 'mastermind' arrestedupdated: Tue Feb 19 2008 23:52:00

The brother of a man accused of being the mastermind in a kidney-transplant scheme has been arrested by India's elite police force.

Erratic Jacquelin takes lead in Delhiupdated: Sat Feb 09 2008 07:51:00

Raphael Jacquelin's uneven round of 72 was good enough to give him a one-stroke lead after 54 holes of the Indian Masters at Delhi Golf Club.

Virtual volunteeringupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 10:47:00

Swechha has teamed up with the University of Wisconsin to get t-shirt and poster designs to spread the message further.

Virtual volunteeringupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 10:47:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Vimlendu's blog: Confronting a city's wasteupdated: Mon Jan 21 2008 05:52:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

The abandoned riverupdated: Wed Jan 16 2008 09:44:00

Vimlendu attends a Shramdaan on the banks of the Yamuna where local children help clean the river's polluted water.

The abandoned riverupdated: Wed Jan 16 2008 09:44:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Delhi's dying lifeline updated: Thu Jan 03 2008 11:10:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: Flying India's Unfriendly Skiesupdated: Fri Dec 28 2007 19:00:00

The country's airline industry is booming, but airports and air traffic control are not keeping pace with all the progress

Small hands cleaning the riverupdated: Fri Dec 21 2007 10:58:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: Can China and India Be Friends?updated: Fri Dec 21 2007 00:00:00

The first joint army exercise between neighbors whose relationship is traditionally tense signals the redrawing of Asia's geopolitical map. Still, many sources of tension remain

Send in the clownsupdated: Thu Dec 13 2007 12:43:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Awareness through performanceupdated: Fri Dec 07 2007 12:37:00

Vimlendu partners with the people behind the Dreamtime Circus, who are putting on a series of shows called Circus For Change.

Awareness through performance updated: Fri Dec 07 2007 12:37:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Circus for Changeupdated: Tue Dec 04 2007 10:47:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Time.com: India Rocks, SAARC Style updated: Fri Nov 30 2007 04:00:00

The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation meeting in Delhi hopes to ditch its reputation as a sleepy diplomatic gabfest with a summit of the region's hottest musical acts

Yamuna -- a dumping groundupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:46:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Yamuna's toxic godsupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:45:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Yamuna's toxic godsupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:45:00

As a Hindu festival closes in New Delhi, idols are cast into the river Yamuna further polluting the water.

Indian village lifeupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:25:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Village lifeupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 07:25:00

Vimlendu leads a group of school children into the country to show them the difference between urban and rural India.

Fortune: Captain's Blog: Stardate: 11/14/08updated: Wed Nov 14 2007 09:58:00

GENERAL (Tso): Who's chicken? Did you sell everything in the market backdraft, (love that movie) last week? Baby I hope not, a big day from Goldman and Wal-Mart helped stocks come roarin' back on Tuesday. Both companies simply said the sky is not falling. Okay. Still, expect the market to continue to do the topsy-turvy, standard deviations for a good long while.......Whew!

Fortune: Manufacturing takes off in Indiaupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 17:19:00

The sleek, clean factory in the Delhi suburb of Noida seems more Taiwan than India. Engineers in white overalls and goggles watch over an automated production line that spits out four billion state-of-the-art DVDs and CDs a year. To get to the factory floor, you have to pass through three air-cleaning passages - a process that makes it clear you're no longer in crowded, dirty Delhi.

International Day of Peaceupdated: Tue Oct 16 2007 05:14:00

September 21 is International Peace Day, and Vimlendu hosts a workshop where young people explore the meaning of peace.

The International Day of Peaceupdated: Tue Oct 16 2007 05:14:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

The war on wasteupdated: Fri Oct 12 2007 07:38:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Showing Shimlaupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 10:59:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Showing Shimlaupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 10:59:00

Vimlendu visits Shimla to confront them with India's growing environmental problems

Time.com: India's Silence on Burma Speaks Volumesupdated: Sat Sep 29 2007 11:40:00

Asia's biggest democracy won't speak out against the violence in neighboring Burma, drawing critical fire of its own

Video profile: Vimlendu Jhaupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:41:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Be The Change: Vimlenduupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:41:00

Vimlendu, head of the We For Change Foundation is going to report on his efforts to clean the river Yamuna, New Delhi

The story of a city's wasteupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:35:00

Vimlendu Jha is the founder and head of Swechha -- We For Change Foundation which is based in India's capital, New Delhi.

Vimlendu tours a landfillupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 11:35:00

To show New Delhi?s school children what happens to their waste, Vimlendu leads a tour of a city landfill

Swechha -- We for Change Foundationupdated: Thu Sep 13 2007 10:13:00

Swechha -- We for Change Foundation (SWFC) describes itself as a movement -- a consensus among people about the nature of society, its problems and possible ways to work towards a positive change.

Business 2.0: Upselling Indiaupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 13:05:00

As security men struggle to hold back the swarms of paparazzi, the stage in New Delhi rotates to reveal Hrithik Roshan - the Jude Law of Bollywood - standing astride one of Hero Honda's Karizma mot...

Delhi Forumupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 07:57:00

What's your favorite Nandita movie? Where's the best food in Delhi? What do you make of the Indian capital? Send us your ideas and comments and we'll publish them below.

Q&A: Nandita Das interviewupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 07:53:00

The Scene caught up with Nandita Das to talk street food, handicrafts and the less welcome side of globalization...

Delhi: Insider tipsupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 07:47:00

Do you have an insider tip for Delhi? Share your suggestions.

Delhi city guideupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 07:35:00

Check out our suggestions for India's cultural center and send us your ideas and comments.

City overview: Delhiupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 07:29:00

Always shifting, always moving, Delhi is a seething mass of culture and poverty, which exemplifies the highs and the lows of human existence. Formerly a stopover point en route to the Taj Mahal, the northern star of India has shrugged off its reputation as just a gateway to Agra and Rajasthan to become a destination in its own right.

Fortune: Why there are no Indian Wal-Martsupdated: Thu May 25 2006 12:09:00

Walk into the Big Bazaar store in Inderlok, a lower-middle-class neighborhood in Delhi, and you can see the business opportunity as clearly as you can see the merchandise. Electronic equipment is d...

Plea for calm after Delhi blastsupdated: Fri Apr 14 2006 08:27:00

The imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid has appealed for calm after two explosions detonated near his mosque as crowds of Muslim worshippers gathered for Friday prayers.

New Delhi shops reopen after bombingsupdated: Sun Oct 30 2005 01:05:00

Stores in Indian marketplaces struck by deadly explosions reopened for business as New Delhi residents cautiously resumed their lives and prepare for Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.

Blasts in New Delhi kill 55updated: Sat Oct 29 2005 08:32:00

Three explosions ripped through New Delhi within minutes of each other Saturday evening, killing at least 55 people.

Fortune: GREAT EXPECTATIONSupdated: Mon Jul 25 2005 00:01:00

WHAT KIND OF GLOBAL COMPETITION DOES YOUR KID face? Check out 15-year-old Saksham Karwal--as smart and creative as any American overachiever you're likely to meet, and maybe a little more driven. "...

Opener Gibbs snubs India Test tourupdated: Wed Oct 27 2004 12:43:00

Herschelle Gibbs will miss South Africa's forthcoming tour to India because of pressure from Indian police over his role in the 2000 match-fixing scandal.

Competition takes to the skyupdated: Thu Sep 02 2004 01:02:00

Four years ago, an air ticket for the two-hour flight between New Delhi and the commercial capital of Mumbai cost 5110 rupees (then about $150) on Indian Airlines and Jet Airways.

India's high-tech electionupdated: Wed May 12 2004 00:12:00

Indians have been selling campaign material for decades in Delhi's busy Sadar bazaar.

Police 'foil' Delhi airport attackupdated: Sat Feb 21 2004 10:53:00

The Jammu and Kashmir police say they have thwarted a suicide attack planned by Pakistani militants on New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Eight bids for 2009 championshipsupdated: Wed Feb 04 2004 06:22:00

Eight cities are bidding for the 2009 athletics world championships, the International Association of Athletics Federations has announced.

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