The controversial period epic has sparked protests across India by Hindu and caste groups.
It’s the terrain and weather that claim soldiers’ lives on the Siachen glacier, says Abid Hussain.
The fire at the popular Kamala Mills compound has killed at least 14 people.
Surfers who say they tried to help prevent a fatal drowning accuse others of “standing around watching”.
Josef Wirsching refused to produce propaganda films in Nazi Germany, instead working in Mumbai.
Noor Mohammad Tantray was a commander in the militant Jaish-e-Mohammad separatist group.
The teenagers were found to have engaged in an “indecent and immoral public display of affection”.
China is accused of withholding crucial river data that is essential to prepare for floods.
A leading women’s rights advocate says the government should take tougher action on rapists.
Five years after the Delhi gang rape Indian women are taking control of the conversation around gender.
The Indian actress and her French husband owe nearly 80,000 euros in unpaid rent.
As Gujarat votes, Reality Check looks at claims about its economic success by Narendra Modi’s ruling BJP.
The Hindu man is accused of hacking a Muslim to death in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
Police say ten of millions of pounds worth of jewellery have been stolen from South Asian homes.
The government says condom ads are inappropriate for children but Indians are split on the issue.
The courts are questioning a Hindu woman’s decision to convert to Islam and marry a Muslim man.
The girl was allegedly abducted from her home while asleep before she was raped and tortured to death.
A paramilitary officer opens fire with an assault rifle after a “scuffle” at a camp in central India.
A woman raped by a driver in Delhi says executives got her medical records after doubting her story.
The parents at the centre of an incident that shocked India tell the BBC about their ordeal.
The video shows the suspect hacking a man to death and setting the body on fire.
China is “strongly dissatisfied” at what it calls an “invasion of airspace”, report state media.
The baby was handed over in a plastic bag but his parents saw him move on their way to his funeral.
Hindu mobs tore down the 16th Century Babri mosque in the holy city of Ayodhya on 6 December 1992.
The Indian government is proposing a three-year jail sentence for men who use “triple talaq”.
In a region where being seen as outsiders can be dangerous, the community keeps a low profile.
The National Crime Records Bureau reports a steady rise in offences against children.
India’s coast guard says more than 100 fishermen went missing and 71 have been rescued so far.
A student union says three teachers forced female students to undress as punishment.
The volunteers pushing to get up to three million Indian girls into school instead of becoming child brides.
A small market town in Kashmir has become a haven for foreign militants, say India’s security forces.
India’s top court takes testimony from a Hindu woman whose marriage to a Muslim was annulled.
Since 2014, Narendra Modi has promised toilets, which residents in his own hometown are yet to see.
Hafiz Saeed, accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attacks in India, is released in Pakistan.
Passengers in India wake up in shock after realising the train was not following the specified route.
An Indian minister’s remark about the disease “saddens” patients and their family members.
India desperately needs new antibiotics as the country has some of the highest resistance rates.
A ruling party minister admits to urinating in the open despite an appeal for Indians to use toilets.
India’s latest politically linked canteens are named after a former PM, and offer delicious food.
In a rare instance, Indian villagers and forest officers worked together for hours to save the animal
Doug Dykes was a toddler, his brother James a baby, when their parents were shot in front of their eyes in Kashmir in 1947.
The boat carrying 38 passengers, capsized in the Krishna river in south India on Sunday.
Pollution levels are 30 times the World Health Organization limit in some areas of India’s capital.
The eight-year-old, whose family are very poor, fell from a tree and hurt her spine.
A man revered as a Sufi saint and poet was all but forgotten, until his grave was found by chance.
What do the papers tell us about financial hideaways of iconic brands and figures around the world?
Uddhab Bharali is a serial inventor who uses frugal innovation to change people’s lives.
Non-stop rain flooded the city two years ago, killing more than 100 and bringing it to a standstill.
Hina, aged 11, is Pakistani – but has spent her life in an Indian prison with her mother and aunt.
Dasharath Madkami says he found the 12ft animal when a strange sound woke him up.
An Indian MP has demanded that the Taj Mahal should be declared a Hindu monument.
At least 40 women have reported being attacked and having their hair chopped off.
Pidi, a dog belonging to politician Rahul Gandhi, “reveals” he runs his master’s Twitter account.
One of the boys has responded to simple commands four days after their historic surgery.
Savitri Devi, a devotee of Aryanism, once seemed destined to fade into obscurity. Not any more.
The road building project may spur employment but growth, but tardy execution could come in the way.
Vinod Verma is known for his reporting from insurgency-affected Chhattisgarh state.
The announcement came 13 days late, prompting criticism from opposition parties in India.