The brutal attack by a mob on Nigerian nationals has turned the life of African students upside down and has forced them to live with a sense of fear and anxiety.
After single-handedly leading his party to the biggest electoral prize in the world’s largest democracy, Uttar Pradesh, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi emerges as the strongest leader of India’s current political landscape.
In a unique move, over 1,200 Muslim imams in India’s northern Haryana state declare that they will not solemnise a wedding without proofs of toilets at the residences of prospective brides and grooms.
A taxi driver in Barnala city of India’s northern Punjab state was taken aback when cash to the tune of INR 98 billion (approximately USD 1.43 billion) was transferred into his account.
Fidel Castro, the son of a wealthy landowner, turned his back on a life of privilege to lead the Cuban revolution and earn a place in history that was glorious to some, notorious to others, but finally the product of prodigious talents and boundless ego.
Indian Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu says the toll in the train derailment accident in the country’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh climbs to 133, and vows to take strict action against those found guilty.
A large number of devotees visit the unique ‘Om Namah Shivay’ bank in India’s northern temple town of Varanasi and “deposit” their prayers to Hindu god Shiva ahead of ‘Mahashivratri’ festival.
Opposition parties blame Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party for the death of a Muslim man in Dadri town in September this year after a report said no beef was found from his house.
The Delhi High Court orders the torchbearers of the Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty to appear in court over alleged misuse of party funds, in a new blow for the family that lost power to Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year.
Large areas of India’s fourth-largest city are under water after the heaviest rains in more than century. Diane Hodges reports. Continue reading