Pakistan says it has test-fired a missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
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.
A rescue is under way for trapped soldiers near the Pakistan and India border. CNN's Natalie Allen reports.
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari met with the Indian prime minister in New Delhi on Sunday -- the first visit to India by a Pakistani head of state in seven years.
Asif Ali Zardari meets the Indian prime minister -- the first visit to India by a Pakistani president in 7 years.
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 Tibetan protester who set himself alight in the Indian capital ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit this week has died.
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.
CNN's Stan Grant reports on concerns over China's growing military budget.
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.
Israel's defense minister blamed Iran for a series of bombings in the Thai capital of Bangkok Tuesday, a day after attacks against the country's diplomats in India and Georgia.
Nuclear rivals India and Pakistan exchanged lists of their nuclear sites Sunday in accordance with a 1988 agreement that prohibits the neighboring countries from attacking the locations, officials in Islamabad said.
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.
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on a Pakistani-Indian tradition dating back to 1959, a sunset flag-lowering ceremony war dance.
Mukesh Ambani, India's richest man, has called for a generational change in the country's gerontocratic leadership, and urged the government to move faster to implement reforms that would help meet its young population's economic ambitions.
The Pentagon is portraying India as a major customer for U.S. military equipment, worth an estimated $6 billion in the past decade, even as U.S. companies are shut out of a multibillion dollar bid for fighter jets that India is starting this week.
Four countries, including Pakistan, were elected Friday to join the UN Security Council in January as nonpermanent members for two-year terms. Also elected, via secret ballot, were Guatemala, Morocco and Togo.
Three Pakistani paramilitary soldiers were killed this week in a cross-border firefight between Pakistan and India, officials said Thursday.
He wears only khadi, a simple garb of homespun cotton, and lives in a small room off a temple in a remote, drought-prone western Indian village. A veteran of the 1965 India-Pakistan war, he retired from the Indian army and took vows of chastity and public service.
India and Pakistan Wednesday pledged not to let their fragile peace process slide again because of thorny issues that have made the nuclear neighbors bitter enemies.
At a joint news conference with India's Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna in New Delhi, India, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Tuesday warned India's neighbor, Pakistan, that safe havens for terrorists "cannot be tolerated anywhere."
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived Friday in Istanbul, the start of a 12-day journey that, in typical Hillary fashion, will straddle the globe, taking her to Europe, India and East Asia.
Chinese web developers are using a new weapon aimed at fighting corruption: sites encouraging people to share stories of bribes online.
A leadership summit of five emerging economic powers took a decidedly political turn on Thursday, going beyond customary economic issues with a joint declaration against Western-led airstrikes in Libya and urging a peaceful solution to the conflict.
BRICS nations, the emerging economic titans of Brazil, Russia, India and China meet. CNN's Eunice Yoon reports.
CNN's Mallika Kapur reports on how the cricket match between India and Pakistan is impacting business.
Pakistan's prime minister, Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani, arrived in India Wednesday to watch a Cricket World Cup match between the two archrival teams as the nuclear neighbors try to repair ties wounded by the 2008 terror attacks on Mumbai.
Home secretaries of India and Pakistan were meeting in New Delhi Monday as prime ministers of the two countries prepared to watch a World Cup cricket match between the South Asian rivals together this week as part of efforts to rebuild ties broken off by the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
India's prime minister vowed Wednesday that his government is "dead serious" about fighting corruption within its ranks, a scourge he said threatens to tarnish India's reputation worldwide.
Pakistan and India have agreed to resume peace talks that broke down after the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, government ministries said Thursday.
Night had fallen when the men heard the sounds on the mountain. First it was a chime, then a recitation of verses, followed by the crackle of wood burning. They scrambled to the summit to see what was happening.
Close allies since the Soviet days, India and Russia marked the first decade of their strategic partnership with a slew of agreements at their annual summit Tuesday.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's state visit to New Delhi on Wednesday, aimed at strengthening bilateral ties, follows decades of turbulent relations between the two Asian giants:
On the record, Pakistan has persistently criticized the United States' use of unmanned drones to attack militant hideouts in its mountainous border region.
Freed activist Aung San Suu Kyi has made a passionate plea for dialogue and reconciliation to build democracy and improve human rights in Myanmar, calling for her country to back her as she cannot "do it alone."
In 2008, Myanmar's junta sentenced Nobel laureate and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 18 months house arrest.
In another major sign of growing ties between India and the United States, President Barack Obama on Monday backed a permanent seat for India in the U.N. Security Council.
President Obama says he looks forward to welcoming India as a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council.
India called the the "troubled neighborhood" on its west a priority area after the South Asian nation won a nonpermanent slot in the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday.
CNN's Richard Roth reports on one Indian and one Pakistani tennis player that are teaming up at the U.S. Open.
British PM David Cameron questions Pakistan's commitment to fighting terrorism. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
Pakistan's spy chief's planned visit to the United Kingdom has been canceled over tough remarks by the British prime minister about the country, a Pakistani military official confirmed Saturday.
Britain's prime minister delivered a sober message Wednesday to Pakistan: Don't export terror.
Indian officials welcomed the top leader of Myanmar's military junta Sunday in a visit aimed at strengthening diplomatic and economic ties between the neighboring countries.
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa Monday assured the country's main Tamil political parties his government would soon address grievances of the Tamil minority.
A humble pigeon has just flown into a herd of pouncing cats!
Suspected Maoists killed 35 people in a land mine attack against a bus in central India, a local police chief told CNN.
Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers Tuesday announced plans to meet in July as part of efforts by their countries to restart their peace process frozen by the 2008 attacks in Mumbai.
A human rights group has slammed India for its warning to citizens supporting Maoist rebels, who are considered the greatest internal security threat by the nation.
India's supreme court Wednesday ruled as unconstitutional the use of lie-detection technologies on suspects without their consent, attorneys said.
India suspects one of its diplomats in Pakistan of spying for Pakistani intelligence. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Seventy-two police officers were killed in an attack early Tuesday by suspected Maoists in eastern India, authorities said.
Indian tennis player Sania Mirza has used her Twitter page to thank well-wishers following the announcement of her marriage to Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik.
India is launching what could be its most ambitious national project next month when it will attempt to identify every member of its 1.2 billion population in a national survey.
India has signed onto a U.N. climate change agreement aimed at reducing global greenhouse gas emissions, becoming one of the last major nations to do so, the country's environment minister told parliament.
India's parliament got rowdy as it attempted to pass a bill that would give women a third of the seats in parliament.
India's upper house of parliament has passed a historic bill aimed at reserving one-third of seats for women in federal and state legislatures.
Indian lawmakers began debating a landmark bill aimed at reserving one-third of the seats in the federal parliament and in state assemblies for women.
Angry protests disrupted India's parliament several times Monday over a landmark but contentious bill aimed at reserving one-third of seats for women in federal and state legislatures.
Terrorism dominates talks between long-time Asian rivals Pakistan and India. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports
The resumption of talks between India and Pakistan on Thursday was critical in restoring trust and confidence that eroded after the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, the Indian and Pakistani foreign secretaries said Thursday.
At least 24 paramilitary troops and a civilian were killed in an armed assault on their camp by suspected Maoists in eastern India, a district official said Tuesday.
A blast at a popular restaurant frequented by foreigners in India raises many questions. CNN's Sara Sidner reports
An Italian and an Iranian were among nine dead from a terror attack at an eatery popular among expatriates in the western Indian city of Pune, authorities said Sunday.
An explosion Saturday at an eatery in the western Indian city of Pune killed at least nine people and injured 33 others, authorities said.
Indian and Pakistani officials on Friday agreed to meet in New Delhi later this month in a bid to resume talks disrupted by the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
A new game show in India will award prizes to villages that are going green.
Crusaders against corruption in India have come up with a novel way of confronting bribe-takers -- a zero-value bill that resembles a normal 50-rupee banknote but carries an anti-graft message.
Power will belong to the people of India, Mahatma Gandhi envisioned for his country, then ruled by the British.
India apologized to its citizens for a government advertisement, aimed at promoting female children, that showed a former Pakistani air force chief.
India boosts air security after an apparent terror plot by al Qaeda-linked militants. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
India has stepped up anti-hijacking measures and ordered the deployment of air marshals as part of a security alert, officials said Friday.
A fresh row has erupted between India and Pakistan -- this time over cricket.
India and Pakistan vowed cooperation on humanitarian issues, officials in New Delhi said, more than a year after a deadly terror attack in Mumbai derailed the fragile peace process between the two nuclear-armed rivals.
The small print in Tuesday's full-page newspaper advertisements for a key Hindu event reflects one of India's biggest worries -- dirty water.
Thousands of poor farmers in India have committed suicide over the past decade as changes in India's agricultural policy set off a widening spiral of debt and despair, one environmental activist said Tuesday.
Asia's rapid recovery from last year's recession appeared to be confirmed on Monday by a slew of positive reports on industrial production that suggested economic growth is powering steadily ahead, led by China and India.
Indian authorities hope discount train tickets on air-conditioned trains may help the country fight its unemployment problem.
G20 economies need to quadruple cuts in their carbon intensity levels in the next ten years or risk a dangerous rise in global temperatures by 2050, according to new report.
President Obama hosts the Indian prime minister at the White House, and many important items are on the agenda.
Tables set in apple green, ruby and gold with arrangements of roses, hydrangeas and sweet peas awaited guests to Tuesday's White House state dinner.
Suspected Maoists blew up a railway track in eastern India, derailing a train packed with passengers less than a week ahead of regional elections opposed by the powerful rebels, authorities said.
Indian election authorities Thursday granted what they called an independent identity to intersex and transsexuals in the country's voter lists.
Gurdeep Kaur's wrinkled face was wet with tears, as she recounted what she saw a quarter century ago: the killings of 21 of family members.
Three U.N. ambassadors on the front lines of the fight against radical Islamist terrorism presented a united front Thursday against extremism in an unprecedented joint public appearance on a major television news program.
New Delhi will adopt "quiet diplomacy" to find a solution to the problem of Indian-administered Kashmir, India's home minister said.
Suspected Maoists bombed a school and a railway track, and set several communication towers afire, Tuesday in eastern India in anticipation of a government crackdown, authorities said.
Suspected Maoists blew up a railway track, a bridge and fired at a bus Monday in eastern India ahead of a planned crackdown by paramilitaries and police.
At least 17 police officers were killed in what Indian authorities say was a shootout with Maoists Thursday.
At least 300 people have been killed and more than 1 million displaced in the flooding triggered by torrential rains in India, officials said Tuesday.
Seven suspects arrested in Pakistan in connection with the Mumbai, India, attacks of last year will be charged in their next court appearance September 26, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik said Saturday.
The shooting death of a Muslim woman and three others five years ago has sparked a political row in India after a probe said the gun battle in which she was alleged to have been killed was staged.
Get white skin and life will be better: that's the message being sent out to Indian men. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Cosmetic advertisements in Asia are targeting men with blunt campaigns aimed at skin color that one lawmaker labels racist.
Human Rights Watch says there is gross abuse by police in India. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
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