The Indian government has passed a series of reforms to lift manufacturing and boost investments. So are they working? What do entrepreneurs make of them? Our correspondent Sonia Phalnikar visited a factory near Delhi to find out.
Police are hunting three men after an infant was murdered and her mother raped in India. Sex crimes have become a focus of public attention in India since a gang of men raped and killed a student in New Delhi in 2012.
Fiery protests by farmers in two key Indian states ruled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party have tossed a simmering agrarian crisis into the spotlight. Murali Krishnan reports.
India has successfully launched its heaviest ever "indigenous" rocket, marking a major milestone for the country's low-cost space exploration program. The spacecraft could one day be used to carry astronauts to orbit.
Delhi's menacing monkeys terrorize the city, breaking phones, stealing food and attacking people. A sanctuary set up on the city's outskirts in 2007 to deal with the problem has in some cases actually made it worse.
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