8 Arab Nationals Held Over Child Bride Racket in Hyderabad
Five Omani sheikhs, three Qataris and three qazis were among 20 people held in Hyderabad after police rescued 12 girls.
Extradition Stayed for Canadian Mother, Uncle Accused in Honor Killing
Mother and uncle of murdered Jaswinder Sidhu allowed to stay in Canada at the last minute.
Uber Conducts Asia-Wide Operation Review Amid Reports of Overseas Bribery
Amid U.S. federal probe, Uber’s India unit may face disruptions as the company’s law firm also looks into 2014 December rape case in Delhi.
A woman interviewed 100 convicted rapists in India. This is what she learned.
"When you talk to them, you realize these are not extraordinary men, they are really ordinary," says Madhumita Pandey.
US Seeks to Revoke Citizenship of Indian American
The complaint alleges that Baljinder Singh alias Davinder Singh obtained his naturalized U.S. citizenship through fraudulent means.
Charleston Church Shooter Dylann Roof Wants to Sack Indian, Jewish Lawyers
Dylann Roof, who was convicted for the church shooting, wants to fire his lawyers because they are of Indian and Jewish origin.
Indians file as many as 6 million open-record requests a year. But some have died for their efforts.
Woman Who Threw Newborn in Trash Faces 12 years in US Jail
Nausheen Rahman has pleaded guilty to manslaughter, saying that she intended to harm the infant.
Patient Arrested Over Indian Doctor’s Murder in Kansas
Achuta Reddy was repeatedly stabbed in an alley behind his clinic in Kansas.
After Over a Year in Captivity, Father Tom Uzhunnalil Gets Released
Minister of State of External Affairs VK Singh said no ransom was paid for Father Tom's release