India is looking to Pakistan for answers after online threats and text messages sparked mass panic among migrant workers and students who hail from the country's northeast.
Indian authorities called for calm Friday after panicked people from northeastern India fled cities across the country in fear of retaliatory attacks.
India celebrated it's Independence day with an out of this world announcement. CNN's Ram Ramgopal has the story.
With New Delhi's iconic Red Fort as a backdrop, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced Wednesday his country has set its sights on the Red Planet.
At least 41 passengers were killed and 17 seriously injured Saturday when a bus plunged into a gorge in India's mountainous Himachal Pradesh state, authorities said.
Sikhs in India are angry and sad over the Wisconsin shooting but see a teachable moment. Mallika Kapur reports.
India suffered its second huge, crippling power failure in two days Tuesday, depriving as much as half of the vast and populous country, or up to 600 million people, of electricity and disrupting transport networks.
Hundreds of millions suffer amid the worst power failure to hit India in years, as CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
A grid failure cut power supplies in northern India on Monday, hitting rail and road transport for hours in the country's worst blackout in a decade, authorities said.
A fire swept through a passenger car of a train, killing several people in southern India.
A fire swept through a passenger car of a train in southern India on Monday, killing at least 27 people, the authorities said. They cautioned that the death toll could rise further.
CNN's Alex Thomas reports, Olympic fans are closer to finding out who crashed the opening parade.
Olympics organizers have identified a mystery woman who gatecrashed the Opening Ceremony and marched with India's contingent in the Parade of Nations, they say.
Federal investigators are urging collectors and museums in the United States to scrutinize their stock for stolen antiquities, particular those acquired from a New York dealer accused this week of stealing $20 million worth artifacts from India.
A story about an African tribe in India, long-forgotten and little-known, has garnered two Kenyan journalists the top prize at the CNN MultiChoice African Journalist 2012 Awards Ceremony.
Ethnic clashes in India's northeastern Assam province have left 32 dead as of Wednesday and sent an estimated 150,000 fleeing their homes to escape the violence, police said.
Tourism destinations deep inside of India's tiger parks will be closed indefinitely after the Supreme Court of India ruled Tuesday to impose an interim ban on all tourism activities in core areas of tiger forests.
China and India need to reach agreement on how they will manage water from one of the world's great rivers -- the Yarlung-Zangbo-Brahmaputra -- before it becomes another serious impediment to relations between the two Asian heavyweights.
Indian police arrested four suspects in the beating, stripping and assault of a young woman that was captured on video.
Flooding ravages India's northeast, wiping out entire villages. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Flooding described by India's prime minister as the worst in recent times, has left at least 95 people dead and almost 2 million others homeless in the country's remote Assam state.
Police in the northern India state of Rajasthan say they were stunned when a man showed up at a police outpost holding a bloody human head in one hand and a sword in another.
The U.N. says India is the most dangerous place to be born a girl. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
A speeding bus plunged off a bridge in central India on Saturday, killing 30 people and injuring 16 others, authorities said.
A swarm of poisonous spiders has wreaked havoc in a remote town in northeast India, scaring its inhabitants and possibly killing two people.
India's economic growth fell to a nine-year low in the first three months of 2012, a clear sign that the country's slowdown is deepening and affecting all sectors of the economy.
Mallika Kapur discusses why India's government is pushing for food price controls.
Indian GDP growth slides to 5.3% a clear sign that the country's slowdown is deepening and affecting all sectors of the economy.
My great-grandfather left his little village in India more than a hundred years ago. When I visited it recently as part of a two-week reporting trip, I found that, except for the ubiquity of mobile devices, little had seemingly changed.
A New Delhi court Tuesday granted bail to India's former telecom minister, who was at the center of one of the country's biggest corruption scandals.
With a star-studded client list that includes Catherine Zeta-Jones, Lindsay Lohan, Julia Roberts and Michelle Pfeiffer, Trelise Cooper is an internationally known fashion designer.
Recent ballistic missile tests by India, Pakistan and North Korea -- which has ominously threatened to "reduce to ashes" the South Korean military "in minutes" -- are once again focusing the world's attention on the dangers of nuclear war.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday applauded India's efforts to reduce its imports of Iranian oil but urged it to cut them further to keep pressure on Tehran over its nuclear program.
Authorities continued their search for bodies Wednesday, two days after one of India's worst ferry accidents claimed at least 100 lives.
At least 100 people are feared dead after a ferry broke in two and sank in a remote part of northeastern India, according to officials.
A man was arrested Saturday in India after he was caught traveling on a train with about 30 detonators and other explosives, CNN affiliate IBN reported.
CNN's Jim Clancy explains why India's missile launch did not receive the international criticism North Korea received.
India said Thursday that it had successfully carried out the maiden test flight of its longest-range nuclear-capable missile, which can apparently travel more than 5,000 kilometers.
Simon Denyer and Ali Velshi discuss the long-term expansion of the Indian economy and why few foreign investors exist.
When 33-year-old Ashoo Mongia visits the supermarket it's rarely for stocking up his fridge for the week. As head of a cow protection enforcement team, he regularly scours Delhi grocery stores and outdoor markets for food products containing cow beef.
India plans the maiden test flight this week of its longest-range nuclear-capable missile, which can travel more than 5,000 kilometers (3,100 miles), military officials said.
India's central bank cut key lending rates for the first time in three years on Tuesday in an aggressive effort to stimulate growth and boost investment at a time when the gloss is rapidly coming off Asia's third largest economy.
A 3-month-old baby, whose father has been arrested on allegations he beat her for being born a girl, died Wednesday at a hospital in South India, a doctor said.
Rescue crews continued their frantic search Sunday at a Himalayan military outpost near the Indian border where a massive avalanche buried up to 139 people, most of them Pakistani soldiers.
President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan is scheduled to visit India on Sunday, the first by a Pakistani head of state in seven years, amid thawing relations between the two nuclear-armed archrivals.
The leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa -- collectively known as the fast-growing BRICS economies -- began arriving Wednesday in New Delhi amid protests from Tibetan groups against the arrival of Chinese President Hu Jintao.
Indian authorities crack down on Tibetan communities during the BRICS summit in New Delhi. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
The Tibetan protester who set himself alight in the Indian capital ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit this week has died.
A report suggesting India's government lost $210bn in revenue by underpricing coal assets also reveals a catalogue of wider delays and mismanagement, deepening pressure on the nation's embattled coalition government.
India's scandal-tainted government has come under fresh attack from opposition parties after a leading newspaper ran a front-page report alleging that auditors had found that the awarding of coal fields to private companies had deprived the treasury of $211 billion.
Satnam Singh stands 7-feet-1, wears a size 19 shoe, and is likely to grow taller because he is just 16-years old.
He's almost 2 ft. taller than his average countrymen and hopes to make basketball popular in India.
India has overtaken China as the world's biggest importer of weapons, with Asian nations the most aggressive consumers of military hardware, a new report says.
CNN's Stan Grant reports on concerns over China's growing military budget.
An India icon and now a cricket legend, Sachin Tendulkar is a marketer's dream come true. Mallika Kapur reports.
A train rammed into a van trying to cross unguarded railroad tracks in northern India Tuesday, killing 15 people and injuring three others, officials said.
India has issued arrests warrants for three Iranians suspected of involvement in last month's bombing of an Israeli Embassy car in New Delhi, authorities said Friday.
India will end a six-day ban on cotton exports that impacted global commerce, the country's trade minister said Sunday.
Sara Sidner reports on the Indian government's ban on cotton exports, fueling speculation about cotton shortages.
China, the biggest consumer of cotton, has lodged a formal protest against India's ban on cotton exports amid signs that India is rethinking the ban that was implemented a few days ago.
India's Punjab state is the birthplace of Bhangra music, home of the colorful turban and the exquisite golden temple.
CNN's Sara Sidner looks at heroin addiction in India.
India's ruling Congress party has suffered a crushing defeat in local elections that are considered a litmus test for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government.
The world economy may be bracing for another grim year, but political donors in the United States are breaking out their checkbooks to finance what is expected to be the most expensive presidential election in American history.
India banned all cotton exports on Monday, causing U.S. cotton futures to surge and igniting fears of another jump in prices for cotton goods.
Economic growth in India slowed at the end of last year, the government reported Wednesday, raising concerns about whether emerging markets will continue to be the engine of global growth.
Growth is likely to slow in agriculture, manufacturing and construction in India. CNN's Sumnima Udas reports.
India's weakening economy grew 6.1 per cent in the quarter to the end of December, the slowest in three years, deepening fears about the country's growth prospects.
A one-day strike by India's unions closed businesses and slowed public transit Tuesday as workers protested rising prices and what they say are the government's anti-labor policies.
City dwellers will soon be able to make greener travel choices just by looking at their smartphone.
Trains are as intrinsic to life for India's billion-plus people as cars for Americans. Think, then, what it means that the Railway Ministry has been accused of ignoring "massacre" on the tracks.
It isn't everyday that video from inside a routine legislative session causes an uproar big enough to force three politicians to resign all at once but that is just what happened in South India after video surfaced of Indian ministers watching what appeared to be video of a sex act on a cell phone during a debate in the house assembly.
Three Indian officials accused of watching porn during a legislative session have resigned. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Sara Sidner reports that private companies in India have put together everything needed for a new Formula One race.
Voters in India's most populous and politically important state went to the polls Wednesday, in the first of seven ballots to select members for the 403-seat assembly.
For foreign executives, doing business for the first time in India can be a bewildering experience. There's the new -- different business customs, bureaucracy and the dizzying scale of the population -- but also the familiar.
India's supreme court Thursday ordered the cancellation of 122 cellular permits that have been at the center of a multibillion-dollar scandal involving the country's booming telecommunication sector, attorneys said.
As India's top court scraps telecom licenses amid a scandal, CNN's Sara Sidner explains the background to the case.
France's Dassault has been awarded frontrunner status in the hotly contested $20bn race to supply 126 fighter jets to India, providing a much-needed boost for French economic and industrial prestige.
It has long come as a mystery to soccer fans: how can India, with a population of 1.2 billion and a burgeoning passion for football, be languishing at 162nd in the world rankings below Madagascar and Nepal?
CNN World Sport interviews former India football coach and Olympian on a new Indian Football League.
Entrepreneurship and business are rarely accorded a serious place in discussions around drivers of economic development. A cursory look at the numbers makes this seem very surprising. China has pulled approximately 600 million people out of absolute poverty since Deng Xiaoping unleashed market reforms in the late 1970s. Never in human history have so many people been pulled out of grinding poverty is such a short span of time.
On a visit to Jaipur, India, Oprah Winfrey called the country "the greatest show on Earth" in an interview with CNN sister network CNN-IBN.
In India, milk is used in holy ceremonies, it is offered to the gods, poured over deities and generally considered the healthiest of drinks.
In India, milk used in holy ceremonies is considered the healthiest drink, but a study finds much of it is tainted.
Contaminated bootleg liquor kills more than 100 people in India and sends dozens to the hospital. Ram Ramgopal reports.
Seventeen people died after drinking a toxic, illegal home-brewed liquor over the New Years weekend in southern India, authorities said Monday.
India's president expressed her condolences Sunday for those killed by a devastating cyclone that has forced thousands to seek refuge in emergency shelters.
Cyclone Thane struck India's southeastern coastline Friday, bringing high winds and rain.
India will have to wait some more for a corruption watchdog agency.
India's parliament is debating a bill that would stop rampant government wrongdoing. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
India's beleaguered government huddled with various political parties Wednesday, trying to come up with a way forward on an anti-corruption bill as ailing, elderly campaigner Anna Hazare continued his fast for a second day to protest legislation he slammed as too weak to deal with endemic graft.
Drama unfolded on two fronts of India's battle against corruption Tuesday night.
Australia lost three late wickets as they ended the opening day of the first Test against India in Melbourne on 277-6.
At least 13 people died and 11 were reported missing after a boat capsized Sunday in a southern India lake, authorities said.
Thousands of doctors from public hospitals are striking for better pay in India.
Police have arrested 10 suspects in the sale of toxic, illegally brewed liquor that has left at least 168 people dead in the Indian state of West Bengal, an official said Friday.
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