A junior minister in New Delhi has filed a criminal defamation complaint against a woman who publicly accused him.
Entertainers, newspaper editors, prominent authors and a politician are among those facing accusations of sexual misconduct.
“If someone enters the country illegally, we will send them back,” a government official said.
In its latest trailblazing verdict, the court overturned an ancient Hindu temple’s ban on menstruating women.
“It’s time to say that husband is not the master of wife,” said Chief Justice Dipak Misra, delivering the verdict.
Critics argued that the program could become a “Big Brother” surveillance tool.
But nobody seems to know whether it will work or how much it will cost.
A nun has written a letter to the Vatican accusing a bishop of repeatedly raping her.
“Stree” shows men, not women, locking themselves indoors at night, jumping at the sight of strangers and wearing traditional saris for protection.
Farming mantras were tested out by the minister's wife on her orchids — before being promoted to farmers through WhatsApp videos.