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1 hr ago | The China Post
Sixty-year-old Anju Sharma points to the family's meager food supplies in her one-room shanty in a New Delhi slum as she clutches her skinny two-year-old grandchild on her lap.
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3 hrs ago | The Tribune
The changes were made at a meeting in New Delhi on Sunday, just two days ahead of an IOC deadline.
7 hrs ago | Rediff.com
The verdict from the state assembly elections is not the best possible result for the BJP, with two states seeing neck-to-neck fights, but in view of the clear anti-Congress vote the BJP has got an edge, says Sheela Bhatt.
8 hrs ago | Rediff.com
Belying all claims of being a "non-actor or no factor" in the Delhi assembly elections by Congress and BJP, Kejriwal was largely instrumental in snapping the 15-year rule of incumbent Chief Minister.
Electoral officials are counting votes in four Indian heartland states where the country's opposition Bharatiya Janata Party is expected to make strong gains against the nationally ruling Congress party.
A worker helps another carry a sack of food grain at a wholesale market in New Delhi.
New Delhi: The Coordination Committee for the Muzaffarnagar riot victims opened its office at Kairana, Distt.
New Delhi, Dec 6 : Bharatiya Janata Party 's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Friday said he has written to Chief Ministers of certain states urging them to oppose the Prevention of Communal Violence Bill, 2013.
New Delhi, Dec 7: A former councillor in Uttar Pradesh, who disguised himself as an astrologer to avoid arrest in a murder case, was finally held in the capital along with an associate, police said Saturday.
Kolkata, Dec 5 : Metro Cash and Carry India, the business-to-business cash and carry wholesale in the country, has been awarded the CII National Award for Food Safety 2013.
India's highest court has indicted one of its former judges on charges of sexual harassment, in yet another prominent case following close on the heels of a sexual-assault case against a well-known editor.
Indian markets rallied sharply on Thursday after a slew of exit poll results following the state assembly elections.
An employee rides a motorcycle to deliver Domino's pizzas in New Delhi this past May. Domino's Pizza CEO J. Patrick Doyle says India is poised to become the chain's largest market outside the U.S., on the strength of a menu tailored to Indians' tastes.
An Indian minister apologised Friday for causing offence after remarking that men were now "scared to talk to women" amid an ongoing public debate about sexual harassment following several high-profile cases.
A demonstrator shouts at police officers as she takes part in a demonstration to mourn the death of a rape victim who was assaulted in New Delhi n girl who claims she was gang-raped became so upset by police inaction that she consumed poison in protest outside a police station.
World commerce ministers engaged in feverish bargaining Friday, trying to salvage a trade package on the final day of a WTO meeting amid warnings that failure could permanently cripple the global trade body.