Assuming the G20 chair, India sought to offer the world an alternative to the status quo, a shift from a GDP-centric to human-centric progress.
Will India maintain its wheat export ban, or will it need to import? The vagaries of climate change has made matters complex.
Taiwanese tech giant and key Apple supplier Foxconn is planning an additional $1.54 billion investment in India for "operational needs", as it seeks to diversify production away from China.
Delhi, steeped in history, is often marred by an unwelcome visitor that arrives every year--unwarranted and unrelenting toxic haze.
The enemy is nearly invisible and there are no soldiers, but the Indian capital's new "Green War Room" is battling air pollution that is cutting lives of residents by over a decade.
Tiger populations are on the rise in the jungles of India and Nepal and the predators are roaming ever closer to villages, sparking a race among conservationists to find ways of avoiding conflict.
Once a faithful friend of farmers in the subcontinent, with evenly spread and generous showers, the monsoon has turned fickle, affecting agricultural productivity and livelihoods.
Biden’s support sends a clear signal to the global community that the US stands with India in its quest for a more equitable and representative world order.
Global rice prices reached a 15-year high in August after top exporter India banned some overseas sales of the grain, the Food and Agriculture Organization said.
India’s moon landing is a laudable scientific feat but world knows the space race has a military purpose
Landing on the moon was indeed a laudable scientific feat for India. However, the world knows that the space race, along with scientific research, has a military purpose.
Indian officials preparing for the G20 summit next week have hired teams of "monkey-men" and erected primate cutouts to deter marauding monkeys from munching on the floral displays laid out for global leaders.
Women of the "Green Brigade" group volunteer to plant mangrove saplings by a riverside in Dakshin Durgapur village around 140 km south of Kolkata, India.