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2 hrs ago | Daily Times
Having previously lost two babies to diarrhoea and dysentery, 25-year-old Suman Chandel lies on a bed in a clinic in remote northern India and smiles with relief.
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
7 hrs ago | Newindpress
Transgenders sing during a protest after the country's top court ruled that a colonial-era law criminalizing homosexuality will remain in effect in New Delhi.
11 hrs ago | The Daily Star
15 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
New Delhi-A day after India's Supreme Court restored a ban on gay sex-a decision condemned by rights activists around the world-the country's ruling Congress party said it would try to abolish the ban.
16 hrs ago | Reuters
India's GMR Infrastructure Ltd has hired four banks including Citigroup and JPMorgan to manage the listing of its airport business that is expected to raise $300-$350 million, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
16 hrs ago | Boston.com
A gang of young neighborhood men would harass Sonali Mukherjee whenever she left home - taunting her, following her, hissing lewd comments.
Says a senior BJP leader: "If the AAP had Congress or BJP-type polling agents they would have easily got three-fourth majority in Delhi, there is no question about it.
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: In a big setback to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgenders, the Supreme Court on Wednesday set aside the judgement of Delhi High Court decriminalising gay sex among consenting adults in private.
India's embattled government said Wednesday it would stick to the "path of fiscal prudence" in the run-up to next year's elections, dismissing market worries of a slew of deficit-busting handouts to sway voters.
A colonial-era law criminalizing homosexuality will remain in effect in India, a top court said Wednesday, dealing a blow to gay activists who have argued for years for the chance to live openly in India's deeply conservative society.
India's Supreme Court on Wednesday overturned a lower court's ruling that decriminalized gay sex, a move condemned by gay rights activists as a big step backward in their struggle for acceptance in this largely conservative country.
New Delhi: Fair trade watchdog Competition Commission has slapped a fine of Rs 1,773.05 crore on Coal India for allegedly abusing dominant position in supply of the dry fuel -- its first major penalty on a state-owned company.
On this very day in music, we lost a legend. Ravi Shankar, often referred to by the title Pandit, was an Indian musician and composer who played the sitar.
India's recent acquisition of the Russian-made aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya demonstrates its desire to increase its naval strength.
At least seven people were killed in a fire that broke out in a wholesale market in Yangon's Mayangone township Monday midnight, local Police Force confirmed Tuesday.
India's Congress party is in a reflective mood after its four losses in the recent state assembly elections as general elections draw near.