The president’s son is in India on behalf of the family business, but word that he planned a speech on foreign policy took the controversy to a new level.
President Trump’s eldest son is headed to India on a sales trip for the family’s real estate business. Indians are star-struck by a family both rich and famous.
Hijras occupy a special place in Hinduism. But their relationship to modern Mumbai, where transgender people are legally recognized, remains fraught.
A study of India’s Western Ghats region found that growing coffee doesn’t interfere with biodiversity, regardless of which bean the farmer chooses.
Guests have many reasons for spending a week of yoga and meditation in Gokarna, but reflection and rejuvenation are priorities.
Opposition leaders want India to intervene against the nation’s president, who declared a state of emergency this month, and who is seen as an ally of China.
The scandal at Punjab National Bank, a state-controlled lender, risks drying up the loans small and medium-size businesses need to power the country’s growth.
The authorities say the train driver was going too fast and ignored villagers who were waving flashlights to urge him to slow down.
Poor crops of chickpeas in India have made the dish more expensive in British supermarkets, the latest example of extreme weather affecting global food prices.
Nandita Raman spent three years photographing the decline of India’s single-screen movie houses for her series “Cinema Play House.”
He is thought to have reused the same dirty needle on dozens of poor patients, telling them an injection would make them feel better.
Rahul Upadhyay, 24, took to social media to declare, “I have not even received a scratch.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to address rising demands for greater economic and social protections before national elections next year.
For more than two decades, he has zipped downhill faster than any other Asian competing in his sport. Will the 2018 Olympics bring his country glory?
It inspired protests and threats of violence in India, but “Padmaavat” is something of a bore: a 3-D epic with the depth of a children’s pop-up book.
“Padmaavat,” a lavish new movie about a Hindu queen, had stirred up violent protests. After months of tension, the movie premiered on Thursday.
Women threatened suicide. A politician offered a reward for beheading the director. The police were out in force for Thursday’s release of “Padmaavat.”