Mahatma Gandhi is symbolically everpresent in India, but much of what he stood for is now lost.
Modi made his "latrines for all" pledge when he first assumed office in 2014 and is hailing the project's success as India celebrates the 150th anniversary of the birth of independence hero Mahatma Gandhi, a sanitation champion.
India has managed to build a powerful, culturally acceptable, image abroad over the last half-century. Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi inadvertently tearing that down?
How Kashmiris are navigating the increasing threat of Hindu nationalist mobs in big Indian cities and why many of them are moving back to their conflict-torn home.
With the new numbers in place, the ruling BJP is expected to achieve a majority in both houses in the next two years, paving the way for an overhaul of the laws, in consonance with the party’s Hindus-first ideology.
The right-wing group Hindu Sena commemorated Queen Victoria on the 118th anniversary of her death, saying the queen had won India its first independence.
India observes October 2 as Gandhi's birth anniversary and as the International Day of non-violence, an idea Gandhi championed. But this time, the police turned violent on a farmers' march to Delhi.
After 16 years, Indian human rights campaigner Irom Sharmila to end her protest against alleged army atrocities in northeast India in order to contest local elections.
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