Rappler's latest stories on India
The embattled Yes Bank will look to bolster its balance sheet through a share offering from July 15 to 17
Brutal hand-to-hand fighting in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh on June 15 left 20 Indian soldiers dead and sent tensions between the countries soaring
(UPDATED) The health ministry says 697,358 cases had now been recorded, a rise of 24,000 in 24 hours, while Russia has just over 681,000
The health ministry reports just under 25,000 cases and 613 deaths in 24 hours – the biggest daily spike since the first case was detected in late January
The Indian government invites firms to bid as it plans to allow them to run trains along 109 routes
(UPDATED) TikTok India chief Nikhil Gandhi says the firm has 'not shared any information of our users in India with any foreign government, including the Chinese government'
About 70% of Assam's World Heritage-listed Kaziranga National Park – home to two-thirds of the world's remaining one-horned rhinos – is submerged by the floods
Relations between India and China have been strained following the deaths of 20 Indian troops in hand-to-hand fighting with their Chinese counterparts in a Himalayan border clash in mid-June
A study shows the coronavirus can remain for up to 3 days on plastic but only for 24 hours on cardboard
Authorities say a total of 15,685 people had died after another 385 fatalities were added to the toll in 24 hours.
Saffron-robed Baba Ramdev says that 'Coronil' and 'Swasari' could cure coronavirus in a week
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian says that after talks between the top regional military commanders on Monday, June 22, both sides 'agreed to take necessary measures to promote a cooling of the situation'
'Right now, it is simply too dangerous to come out of the closet,' says Jo, digital editor for online forum Gaysi
The Indian government says this move would create more than 280,000 jobs and generate some $4.3 billion in capital investment
India will now have a seat at the same table as China, just days after the two nations disputed their Himalayan border
The two nations' foreign ministers speak by telephone to calm nerves after a high-altitude melee involving fists, rocks, and clubs
China's defense ministry confirms there had been casualties, without giving a number, while state media stay relatively quiet on the skirmish, the most violent in years
It is not immediately clear how many of the deaths had occurred in the past 24 hours and how many were from adjustments over a longer period
Brawls erupt regularly between the two nuclear-armed giants across their disputed 3,500-kilometer frontier, but no one has been killed in decades
Families say they are being forced to spend a small fortune for the few beds that are available
India overtakes Britain with the 4th-highest number of coronavirus cases worldwide
Hydroxychloroquine is among the drugs Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says his country can supply to the Philippines
'Currently both sides are taking appropriate actions to ease the border situation based on this consensus,' says Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying
Wool from pashmina goats is the most expensive and coveted cashmere in the world. But the shaggy creatures that provide the yarn are being pushed out of their grazing lands.
After a 10-week lockdown, India's government risks lifting some restrictions in a bid to ease the devastating blow to the economy dealt by the coronavirus
India is emerging from its strict coronavirus lockdown, but manufacturers don't have enough workers
Army commanders agree that an 'early resolution' was 'essential" for bilateral relations between the world's two most-populous nations, says India's foreign ministry
A Google spokesperson says the removal of the app was 'due to policy violations'
(UPDATED) The storm makes landfall near the coastal town of Alibag, around 100 kilometers south of Mumbai
(UPDATED) Mumbai rarely faces the brunt of cyclones – the last severe storm to hit the city struck in 1948, killing 12 people and injuring more than 100
The Indian government says the two Pakistan officials had been detained for 'indulging in espionage activities,' and given 24 hours to leave the country.
India, Asia's 3rd largest economy, expands by just 3.1% in January-March 2020
The coronavirus has been detected in animals, though there is no confirmation that the disease can then be passed on to humans
The photos attached in this claim were taken from footage of a gas leak in India
On the way, the BRP Davao del Sur and the BRP Ramon Alcaraz will stop by Sri Lanka to pick up more stranded Filipinos
The hot spell is projected to scorch northern India for several more days, 'with severe heat wave conditions in isolated pockets'
Airlines in India scrap dozens of flights and hundreds of passengers cancel their bookings on Monday, May 25, amid confusion over quarantine rules
Concerns about the Indian government’s new contact-tracing software stretch back more than a decade, to its controversial biometric data scheme
Amphan, only the second 'super cyclone' ever recorded over the Bay of Bengal, bulldozes houses, tears off roofs, uproots trees, and leaves millions without power
The Reserve Bank of India says 'the impact of [the] coronavirus is turning out to be more than expected'
Cyclone Amphan flattens houses, uproots trees, blows off roofs and topples electricity pylons, while a storm surge inundates coastal villages and wrecks shrimp farms vital to the local economy
'The situation is more worrying than the coronavirus pandemic. We don't know how to handle it,' India's West Bengal state leader Mamata Banerjee says
Authorities scramble to evacuate more than 3 million people from low-lying areas, but the task is complicated by the need to prevent the spread of coronavirus
Along with 'very heavy rainfall,' the system is expected to result in a storm surge pushing the sea level several meters higher
The green, spiky, sweet, and strong-smelling jackfruit is growing to be a superfood meat alternative favorite around the world
(UPDATED) Cyclone Amphan is expected to weaken before it hits India's eastern states and the south and southwestern coasts of Bangladesh
The lockdown affecting 1.3 billion people – the world's largest – has been in force since late March and has been devastating for India's poor, with millions of migrant workers losing their jobs
Pro-Duterte users spam a Facebook page meant for alumni of Daisy Dales Senior Secondary School in India, much to the confusion of the page’s admins
More than 54,000 tickets for an initial 30 services sold out online within 3 hours on Monday, reports say
The Indian government's stimulus package for small businesses and workers is worth 20 trillion rupees ($266 billion)