Judy Woodruff spoke Wednesday with Shyam Saran, the Indian prime minister's special envoy on climate change, about President Obama's trip to the Copenhagen climate change summit and the U.S. emissions reduction goal. Here are Web-only excerpts:…
By Dave Gustafson
Amid a global economic crisis, India's economy has managed to remain robust, fueling the growth of a large middle class. As Fred de Sam Lazaro reports, however, about 800 million residents in India still try to survive on less than…
Pakistan closed offices and arrested activists from an Islamic charity believed to be a front for a militant group, officials said Friday, as international pressure grew for increased action against militants blamed for the Mumbai, India, attacks.
By PBS NewsHour
Last week's terror attacks in India's business hub, Mumbai, caused old tensions between India and Pakistan to resurface. Analysts discuss the causes and where the disagreements stand in the aftermath.
Celebratory events continued this week in honor of the 60th year of independence for India and Pakistan. Independent Television News reports on the occasion.
International Television News provides an update from Mumbai, India on the investigation into Tuesday's train bombings that killed more than 200 people.
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