The Koh-i-noor diamond has been a part of the crown jewels since 1852, and now India wants it back. But can a country really sue the Queen?
Over the weekend, Jagmeet Singh interrupted Sunday Morning Live to talk about the killings of two Sikh youths during a peaceful protest, sparking online fury about a lack of media coverage. I had a chat with Singh about the complaints.
For weeks, imports from India to Nepal have been constricted—and nobody really knows why. This is what Kathmandu looks like without gas.
Jimmy Chin has accomplished it all in the world of action sports, from skiing Everest to climbing some of the world's largest peaks—all while documenting it through photography and video.
The ban restricted access to 857 URLs, including classics like jizzhuts.com and momhandjob.com.
The South Dandies Swaraj are a hip-hop group in Mumbai using their music to talk about street life, slumlords, prostitution, recycling, heartbreak, and Tamil pride.
Indian-born filmmaker and LGBT activist Parvez Sharma's new documentary A Sinner in Mecca is a rare glimpse at a gay man's journey to Saudi Arabia.
The same gender ambiguity that makes trans Indians social pariahs also grants them a holy status among some Hindus.
And over 192 countries participated worldwide.
What do two writers talk about when you sit them down with each other and a tape recorder?
I hated myself for blindly filling prescriptions and taking the advice provided by the "rehabilitation team" surrounding me in Canada. I needed a change.
This week, we investigate GMOs and then head to India to learn more about the country's clean water crisis.
Farber's testimonial play Nirbhaya explores the reality of rape in India and worldwide.
"Feel the energy in the tip of your sex!" said the instructor.
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From getting shitfaced on stolen whiskey to attacking politicians and stealing files from government headquarters, India's monkeys have gone bananas.
This morning a court ruling prolonged the ban on India's Daughter, a BBC documentary about rape in India. But the longer it lasts, the more people will talk about it.
A scheduled stand-up show got killed by a snarl of logistics and conflict.
According to leaked emails, a professor told the student "I don't accept any Indian male students for internships" because "we hear a lot about the rape problem in India, which I cannot support."
Sabrina Buckwalter, an American reporter living in India, wrote the first feature on the Khairlanji massacre. Months later, her visa was denied, and she was given 72 hours to get out of the country.
Kate Golding visited the most frenzied place on earth to shoot a book about stillness.
According to authorities in Koppal, a five-year-old girl was kidnapped and murdered in an effort to magically locate buried treasure.
The rally – in honour of same-sex, inter-caste and inter-faith marriages – was shut down almost immediately by local police.
Part of the company's 2015 focus on increasing safety (especially women's), the app's panic button will notify police of any incident in a cab and allow riders to share their route and destination with up to five other individuals.