By Aarthi Gunasekaran, Guest Blogger on December 19, 2013
When denouncing the U.S.'s handling of a female diplomat's arrest, India's government should look at its own treatment of women.
By Hayes Brown on December 17, 2013
The U.S. arrested an Indian diplomat for allegedly paying a nanny $3.31 per hour. Now India is retaliating, with one opposition leader threatening same-sex partners of American diplomats.
By Zack Ford on December 11, 2013
India's Supreme Court has reversed a lower court's ruling, allowing the country's 150-year-old law criminalizing sodomy to persist.
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By Aviva Shen on November 13, 2013
Anti-rape activists are calling for the official's resignation.
By Joanna M. Foster on October 10, 2013
A Katrina-sized cyclone is rapidly intensifying in the Bay of Bengal.
By Andrew Breiner on September 24, 2013
Indian utilities plan to use 23,000 acres of land to build the largest solar power plant in the world, at 4GW of power.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on September 23, 2013
Using humor to tackle the country's persistent culture of victim blaming has struck a nerve.
By Ryan Koronowski on September 10, 2013
Tea and coffee growers face more and more difficult growing conditions due to climate change, but something you can find at Starbucks could provide a way to cut carbon pollution.
By Jesse Vogel, Guest Blogger and Rebecca Lefton, Guest Blogger on July 24, 2013
By Hayes Brown on July 18, 2013