India’s Supreme Court ordered the translocation of the lions in 2013, but the country’s environment ministry and state of Gujarat have not yet complied.
Chef Farokh Talati’s day job is at legendary nose-to-tail restaurant St. John, but every month or so he takes over a Soho patisserie to cook the food of his Parsi heritage.
Inside a dimly lit restaurant situated near the Sidi Saiyad mosque in the Indian city of Ahmedabad, it is hard to escape a glaring fact: the tables and booths are arranged around large, casket-like tombs. At New Lucky, the customers are dining with the...
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.
Narendra Modi will lunch with the Queen and headline Wembley Stadium in the first visit to the UK by an Indian leader in a decade. But his trip has been overshadowed by protest.
The protests, led by the influential Patel community, were opposed to a policy that sets quotas for lower castes in government employment and schools.
After being denied an abortion following her rape, the woman has to maintain an 88-pound rock atop her head before she can live with her husband again.
Narendra Modi may be the first world leader to record a welcome message for an American political action committee.
Some 16,000 displaced Muslims reside in relief colonies across Gujarat, many of which lack clinics, schools, and adequate drinking water.
Barun Roy is the editor of The Himalayan Beacon, a monthly magazine based in Darjeeling that has a reputation for unswerving journalism and being more clued-up than anyone else.