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One year after terrorist attacks rocked the Indian capital of Mumbai, Simon Israel of Independent Television News updates the political situation there.
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…
By PBS NewsHour
The lone surviving gunman in the coordinated attacks in the Indian financial capital Mumbai in November made a dramatic court confession Monday, reversing months of denials.
Hundreds of thousands of Indian citizens are upset with the government's plans to level Mumbai's Dharavi Slum, the now-famous setting for the film "Slumdog Millionaire", to make way for commercial buildings and luxury housing. Simon Marks reports from Mumbai.
Four months after a coordinated terrorist attack killed more than 170 in Mumbai, India is still plagued by outbreaks of violence despite some government efforts. NewsHour correspondent Simon Marks reports on the atmosphere ahead of the country's general election.
Question/Comment: A few years back, I made a documentary about an Indian high-tech firm that was offering free Internet access to semi-literate slum children in Delhi, The Hole in the Wall. Now it turns out that project was the real-life…
The Pakistani government said for the first time Thursday that the late November grenade and gun attacks in Mumbai, India, were launched from its shores and that it had six suspects in custody.
The Pakistani government said Wednesday an investigation revealed that the only surviving gunman in November's attacks in Mumbai, India, is a Pakistani citizen, as India has alleged.
Pakistan began moving thousands of troops to the Indian border Friday, raising tensions that have already been simmering since last month's attacks in Mumbai, India.
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.
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