'Like smoking 50 cigarettes a day': Pollution grips New Delhi
The Indian press is reporting on a pollution episode that prompted authorities to call a public health emergency in New Delhi and shut down schools.
At India-Pakistan border, troops exchange Diwali sweets
In a bid to sweeten ties, Indian and Pakistani border troops give each other treats for the Hindu festival of lights.
Fresh border clashes between India and China
Indian sources say their soldiers were forced to hold off Chinese troops armed with iron rods and stones from crossing the border.
Modi tells Macron India will 'go beyond' Paris climate accord
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi vows after meeting French President Emmanuel Macron to go "above and beyond" the Paris Agreement on climate change, after the US said it would quit the deal.
Indian help arrives in Sri Lanka as monsoon toll exceeds 150
Indian navy troops offload emergency supplies from the Indian ship Kirch at Colombo harbour - part of a relief operation to assist victims of floods in Sri Lanka.
India's last water men fight tide of history
Shakeel Ahmad wanders the cramped alleyways of Old Delhi offering water from a goat hide canteen slung over his shoulder, a centuries-old service welcomed by thirsty vendors toiling under the baking Indian sun which is fading into history.