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Once considered a desirable foreign posting, diplomatic jobs in Delhi are losing their shine as pollution soars.
Among Indians, 40 percent expressed confidence in Trump, down 34 percentage points compared to the Obama years.
A perfect storm of factors have blanketed India's capital city in a toxic, potentially deadly haze.
Air-quality levels in parts of India’s capital were 40 times above what is considered safe.
Hyderabad wants to avoid the “Slumdog Millionaire stereotype."
Despite new government regulations, police and medical workers routinely shame and humiliate women reporting assault, says a new report.
The Indian Medical Association declared a public health emergency, warning people not to go out.
In one rural district, “good-morning squads” are targeting people who defecate outside.
A list of academics accused of assault has caused a frenzy among India's intellectuals.
In a state in southern India, the party of Marx may have been too successful for its own good.