Deafening drums marked the entrance of President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minster Narendra Modi as they clasped hands and walked across the stage in a packed Texas stadium Sunday, sending a message of unity between the world's two largest…
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
Nearly 4 million people in Kashmir have been confined to their homes in a total communications blackout since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped the primarily Muslim state of its semi-autonomous status 13 days ago. Amna Nawaz reports and talks…
The election has been seen as a referendum on India's 68-year-old prime minister, whose economic reforms have had mixed results…
By Emily Schmall, Associated Press
Voting concluded in India on Sunday in the final phase of a weeks-long election. With more than 900 million registered voters, the final results expected Thursday will decide if Prime Minister Narendra Modi stays in power. Jeffrey Gettleman, The New…
By PBS NewsHour
By Julhas Alam, Ashok Sharma, Associated Press
Indians voted Sunday in the seventh and final phase of a grueling national election that lasted more than five weeks, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist party seeks to govern for another five years.
By Associated Press
India’s Election Commission announced Sunday that the upcoming national election will be held in seven phases in April and May, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist party seeks a second term.
By PBS NewsHour
Donald Trump Jr. says his trip to India is strictly business. But in addition to promoting units at Trump-branded luxury properties, which will ultimately benefit the president, Trump Jr. also plans to give a foreign policy speech that Indian Prime…
By Kenneth Rogoff
In November, India's prime minister removed all 500 and 1,000 rupee notes from circulation, worth $7.50 and $15.00 respectively. We asked Kenneth Rogoff, whose book the prime minister's administration cited, why a country would do such a thing.
By Elizabeth Flock
As Hindu nationalism grows in India, and "beef lynchings" becoming more commonplace, Arundhati Roy's new novel "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness" explores what it means to live in a climate of fear.
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