European Parliament has approved the ratification of the first ever legally-binding worldwide climate deal.
By Kayla Ruble
Gunmen shot into a crowd and threw hand grenades, in the country's northeastern Assam state. The government blamed separatists.
Authorities seized newspapers and shut down cable tv after the worst outbreak in violence the region has seen in six years
The Chinese observation ship shadowed the US aircraft carrier John C. Stennis in the Western Pacific on Wednesday as it joined warships from Japan and India for drills close to waters Beijing considers its backyard.
In an interview with the official Islamic State magazine, the alleged commander of IS' Bangladeshi province vows to expand to India, Myanmar, and elsewhere.
By John Dyer
At least 29 people were killed last week when police in India ousted members of a religious sect from a public park where they had built a secretive mini-state.
On Sunday, the Times of India reported that Indian intelligence agencies had warned the Trudeau government that Hardeep Singh Nijjar was training youths near Mission, BC to use AK-47s and carry out attacks in India.
The Islamic State has released a video that references riots in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state that killed hundreds of Muslims in 2002.
By Matt Smith
Indian news outlets report that temperatures topped 50 degrees Celsius (124 Fahrenheit) in the northwest of the country and forecasters warn that heat waves are growing longer and more intense.
Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas and researchers around the world are finding innovative ways to cut the amount of the gas emitted by cows raised for meat and dairy production.
By VICE News
The two journalists were killed in India in separate incidents over a period of a less than 24 hours, reinforcing the country's status as the most dangerous country for journalists in Asia.
Robert Penner, a software developer, has been an outspoken advocate for minorities in Nepal. He was reportedly arrested by police for “posting a provocative message on Twitter aimed at spreading social discord."
Roughly 5.5 billion people — three quarters of the world's population — have insufficient or no access to morphine, codeine, and other controlled substances used for pain relief.
The priceless Kohinoor diamond is one of the most famous jewels in the world — and according to India, a shining example of the UK's unapologetic attitude towards colonial-era pillage.
The hot spell comes less than a year after at least 2,500 Indians died during one of the world's worst heat waves on record.
The first international tiger census since 2010 shows significant progress in many nations, but improvement is hampered by widespread deforestation, development, and poaching.
The blaze started when one firework fell onto a shed where others were stored, sparking a string of powerful explosions that injured more than 380 people.
Data compiled by the World Resources Institute shows that 21 nations, including the United States, Germany, and France, grew their economies while reducing greenhouse gas pollution.
Americans in Silicon Valley who have lost their jobs to Indian workers say new fees are the least the US can do to stop companies from importing foreigners.