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Latest Manmohan Singh Items
The Election Commission of India has approved the launch of the first all-women bank in the country on Tuesday, although branches have been banned in Delhi and Madhya Pradesh.
In a meeting Friday with India's prime minister, President Obama talked about the new Miss America but apparently didn't address the U.S. business community's concerns about intellectual property theft.
India's handling of intellectual property rights and patents has raised the ire of lawmakers on Capitol Hill, governors from across the nation, business leaders and pharmaceutical giants — and if that path continues, analysts say, the economic relationship between the two nations may come to a grinding halt.
Dodging patent protection will make modern drugs scarce
A Hindu nationalist leader is his party's top candidate to become India's next prime minister, despite being banned from entering the U.S. because of accusations his government was involved in deadly anti-Muslim riots.
A pair of bombs exploded Thursday evening in a crowded shopping area in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, killing at least 12 people and wounding scores of others in the worst bombing in the country in more than a year, officials said.
India's army and navy canceled New Year's celebrations on Monday out of respect for a New Delhi student whose gang-rape and murder has set off an impassioned debate about what the nation needs to do to prevent such a tragedy from happening again.
A young woman who died after being gang-raped and beaten on a bus in India's capital was cremated Sunday amid an outpouring of anger and grief by millions across the country demanding greater protection for women from sexual violence.
Indian police charged six men with murder on Saturday, adding to accusations that they beat and gang-raped a woman on a New Delhi bus nearly two weeks ago in a case that shocked the country.