Ever since former CIA operative Edward Snowden outed himself as the whistleblower who exposed mass surveillance by the American National Security Agency, opinion has been divided on whether he was a hero or a traitor.
As a major immigration bill that would give over 11 million people, including some 260,000 Indians, living illegally in America a path to citizenship, it received a full endorsement from President Barack Obama.
A Rajasthan school owner received an admit card with his name and the photograph of the US President Barack Obama pasted on it for a junior engineer examination conducted by the Union government’s State Selection Commission.
One day after Narendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat state, was chosen to lead the Bharatiya Janata Party into the next general election, his main rival, L.K. Advani, resigned from his party leadership.
Many young Muslim brides in India's southern state of Kerala are left behind by their husbands who go to the Gulf in search of jobs, causing a lot of worry in the community. BBC Hindi's Salman Ravi reports from Karumbil village in Kerala.
Ten months after six worshippers died in the gurdwara shooting in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will begin formally tracking hate crimes against Sikhs, Hindus and Arabs.
Just over a decade after he relinquished executive control, NR Narayana Murthy, the charismatic billionaire co-founder of one of India's largest outsourcing firms Infosys, has stunned the industry and investors by returning as its executive chairman.
New fossil evidence of the earliest complete skeleton of an ancient primate suggests it was a hyperactive, wide-eyed creature so small you could hold a couple of them in your hand — if only they would stay still long enough.
A 20-year-old Indian student from Cornell University hacked into the database of ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII) school exam results, exposed glaring anomalies in the marking system and went on to merrily write about his exploits in an online post.