Forty Indian employees stranded in violence-hit Iraq are "uncontactable", the foreign ministry said Wednesday, with a newspaper reporting the construction workers have been kidnapped.
A bus carrying tourists plunged off a mountain road into a gorge in a Himalayan region in northern India, killing 11 people, police said.
A poisonous gas leak at one of India's largest steel plants killed six people overnight and injured 31 others, a factory official said.
An Indian woman said Thursday she was gang-raped by four officers at a police station, the latest in a string of shocking sex attacks in the troubled state of Uttar Pradesh.
Angry protests broke out in India's capital overnight over power blackouts as summer temperatures soar, fuelling concerns of a repeat of an electricity crisis two years ago, police said.
Kazakhstani Asel Rysmendieva, 24, has been nominated for the annual Hermann Gmeiner award that was named after Austrian philanthropist and SOS Children’s village founder.
A new Indian minister was killed Tuesday in a car accident in the capital just days after being sworn into government, officials said.
The death toll from a train crash in northern India rose to 23 after more bodies were recovered from inside mangled passenger carriages, officials said.
India on Friday partially won an appeal against an Italian court order rejecting its request to recover bank guarantees over a scrapped helicopter deal at the centre of a bribery scandal.
Voters headed to the polls Monday in the final phase of India's marathon election, with hardliner Narendra Modi expected to lead his Hindu nationalists to victory after 10 years of Congress party rule.
Campaigning in India's bitterly fought general election was set to end Saturday ahead of next week's final voting with the Hindu nationalist opposition already scenting victory.
A massive blaze broke out in a firecracker factory Saturday in central India, killing at least 15 people, local media said.
India on Friday threatened to drag the European Union to the World Trade Organization over its ban on mango imports.
Police found nine more bodies Saturday after a deadly rampage by tribal separatists in India's remote northeastern Assam state, taking the death toll to 32 following two days of violence.
The sides have agreed to expand cooperation in geological exploration of hydrocarbons in Kazakhstan.
India might become the developer of Kazakhstan’s Abai oil block at the Caspian Sea.
The latest stage of India's massive five-week election was marred by bloody violence Thursday, with a landmine triggered by Maoist insurgents killing at least five policemen in an insurgency-hit eastern state.
Facebook has hit more than 100 million users in India, making it only the second country after the United States to achieve the milestone, the social network company has said.
Top Indian drug giant Sun Pharmaceutical Industries said Monday it had agreed to buy its troubled peer Ranbaxy for $4.0 billion in stock, ending its ill-fated six-year control by Japan's Daiichi Sankyo.
A handful of fed-up residents in one of the world's noisiest cities have taken on a daunting challenge: persuading Indian drivers to stop honking their car horns.
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