Aptitude, ethics, and moral values to carry credit for the first time as a separate examination question paper in the Indian Civil Services Examination.
Better sanitation experience help retain children in Bangalore schools. Innovative methods for sanitation introduced by students and Reap Benefit, an NGO.
The British Prime Minister David Cameron is visiting India for three days with business and trade as the primary agenda.
Touted to be Asia’s biggest event of its kind, Aero India 2013 has taken off to a flying start.
Impoverished families often turn to vending and performing on India’s trains. Railway vendors now seek licensing to legitimize their profession.
An Indian nationalist party handed out tens of thousands of knives and a large quantity of chili powder to women in Mumbai to defend themselves against would-be rapists.
A Pakistani official who was investigating corruption charges related to the case against Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf was found dead Friday.
Celebrations of the four-day harvest festival Pongal in India have changed dramatically with the urban lifestyle, and have tapered off altogether in some regions.
Pakistan’s Supreme Court Tuesday ordered the arrest of Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf on corruption charges, potentially forcing the country further down the path of [...]
The public outcry inspired by the gang rape of a woman in India’s capital embodies a new sense of civic duty and a new faith in activism to incite change.