Ailing crusader Anna Hazare calls off his three-day hunger strike but pledges to continue fighting for his cause.
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari met with the Indian prime minister in New Delhi on Sunday -- the first visit to India by a Pakistani head of state in seven years.
Asif Ali Zardari meets the Indian prime minister -- the first visit to India by a Pakistani president in 7 years.
President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan is scheduled to visit India on Sunday, the first by a Pakistani head of state in seven years, amid thawing relations between the two nuclear-armed archrivals.
The leaders of five of the world's top emerging economies moved closer Thursday toward establishing a development bank that could one day serve as an alternative to the World Bank.
India's scandal-tainted government has come under fresh attack from opposition parties after a leading newspaper ran a front-page report alleging that auditors had found that the awarding of coal fields to private companies had deprived the treasury of $211 billion.
A one-day strike by India's unions closed businesses and slowed public transit Tuesday as workers protested rising prices and what they say are the government's anti-labor policies.
Manmohan Singh, India's prime minister, has cut his forecast for his country's economic growth rate to 7% this year signaling a sharp slow down in the world's fastest growing large economy after China.
Ailing crusader Anna Hazare called off his three-day hunger strike Wednesday but pledged a campaign against politicians who rejected his version of a landmark bill aimed at fighting endemic corruption.
India's beleaguered government huddled with various political parties Wednesday, trying to come up with a way forward on an anti-corruption bill as ailing, elderly campaigner Anna Hazare continued his fast for a second day to protest legislation he slammed as too weak to deal with endemic graft.
India's Parliament resolved Saturday to accept demands raised by 74-year-old activist Anna Hazare to tackle chronic corruption in the country.
Anti-corruption activists and federal ministers have begun negotiations to end their deadlock over an anti-corruption bill as a 74-year-old campaigner's hunger strike entered its ninth day Wednesday.
Anna Hazare walks out of a New Delhi jail to carry on his anti-corruption campaign. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
In New Delhi's upscale diplomatic district, Ram Dhan lives in a parallel world.
Activists fighting what they see as rampant corruption in India burnt copies of a new anti-graft bill they reject as lame-duck legislation.
Riot police broke up an anti-corruption hunger strike led by India's most famous guru in an overnight night raid in New Delhi, giving fresh impetus to the nation's Hindu nationalist opposition to target the federal government for its handling of graft.
Famed Indian spiritual guru Sri Sathya Sai Baba was laid to rest Wednesday as hundreds of thousands of followers bid a tearful farewell to the ascetic they revered as a living god.
India's prime minister Thursday made an impassioned appeal to his country's powerful bureaucracy to put its foot down harder against corruption as a spate of scandals weakened his administration.
Inflation headwinds hit rising India economy. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports.
India's beleaguered prime minister pledged to introduce a long-pending anti-graft legislation in parliament after a 72-year-old reformist indefinite hunger strike over corruption galvanized public support.
Support swelled for an anti-corruption crusader in India, as his indefinite hunger strike seeking tough new graft laws entered its third day Thursday.
A veteran social activist in India has launched an indefinite hunger strike to seek tough, overarching laws to tackle corruption as a rash of scandals undermined the reputation of the country's government.
Home secretaries of India and Pakistan were meeting in New Delhi Monday as prime ministers of the two countries prepared to watch a World Cup cricket match between the South Asian rivals together this week as part of efforts to rebuild ties broken off by the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
India's prime minister, Manmohan Singh, Monday admitted making a mistake in the selection of the country's top anti-corruption investigator, whose appointment was quashed last week by the nation's Supreme Court over allegations of fraud.
Full growth of the Asian subcontinent hinges on normalization of ties between New Delhi and Islamabad, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Thursday as the two arch-foes prepared to resume their dialogue frozen by the 2008 terror attacks on Mumbai.
India's federal police have arrested two senior officials involved in organizing last year's troubled Commonwealth Games in New Delhi for suspected corruption.
Cornered by his critics over his handling of corruption in government, India's prime minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday accepted opposition demands for a wider, cross-party investigation into a massive telecom scandal that has rattled his administration, now in its second term.
A decision on a cross-party probe into India's massive telecom scandal that has rattled the federal government may be taken as early as next week, an official said Friday.
India's prime minister vowed Wednesday that his government is "dead serious" about fighting corruption within its ranks, a scourge he said threatens to tarnish India's reputation worldwide.
India set the stage for a new wave of competition in its booming telecom industry Thursday as it allowed its 750 million mobile users to change operators without losing their existing cellphone numbers.
CNN's Sara Sinder explains why U.S. investors are turning to India.
India's prime minister carried out no overhaul of his Cabinet as he realigned his team in the face of scathing criticism of his handling of corruption in the government.
A group of India's top business leaders and eminent citizens are urging the nation's political establishment to tackle corruption as a series of high-profile scandals rocked the world's second-fastest growing major economy.
Close allies since the Soviet days, India and Russia marked the first decade of their strategic partnership with a slew of agreements at their annual summit Tuesday.
India's prime minister said he has nothing to hide and would be "happy" to appear before a parliamentary panel looking into a multi-billion dollar telecom scandal.
Indian federal police have arrested eight financial executives suspected of facilitating loans in exchange for bribes, the latest in a string of corruption scandals jolting Asia's third-largest economy.
Phil Black reports on the concerns held by athletes and teams about India's readiness to host the Commonwealth Games.
Strikes fueled by higher prices for gasoline, diesel and kerosene spread across sections of India on Monday, disrupting rail and port traffic in some areas.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived on a two-day visit to Indian-administered Kashmir on Monday amid a complete shutdown and curfew-like restrictions in parts of the capital city.
A new law went into effect in India Thursday making education a fundamental right for every child.
President Obama toasted a growing U.S. friendship with India at the first state dinner of his administration Tuesday, an evening of regal pageantry and symbolic politics in a tent on the White House South Lawn.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria speaks with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who is visiting Washington.
President Obama and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh agreed Tuesday to team up and tackle a checklist of economic, nuclear, security and environmental challenges.
A police officer was killed and another wounded critically when militants fired at them while they were on duty in the capital, Srinagar, Sunday, authorities said.
Doctors had to amputate the leg of a 13-year-old snack vendor who was thrown off a moving train after he reportedly did not have money to bribe a guard, authorities said Sunday.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh launched the country's first locally built nuclear-powered submarine on Sunday.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh took the oath of office Friday for a second consecutive term after winning a mandate for his Congress party.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's Congress Party celebrates an election victory. CNN-IBN's Suhasini Haidar reports
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh resigned Monday to make a fresh claim to power, after his Congress party won an election mandate over the weekend.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is set to reclaim a second term with a resounding mandate for his Congress party.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appeared set for a second term as his Congress party and its allies scored a decisive lead over their opponents on Saturday in a vote count after the country's monthlong general elections.
Indians are voting in their tens of millions in a monthlong general election that creates huge logistical issues in the world's largest democracy. The first round of polling was held on April 16. There are a further five voting phases before the final count is due on May 16.
A protester uses his head to break a window. CNN's Jeanne Moos gives the G-20 summit the royal treatment.
India's prime minister, in a speech ahead of the G-20 economic summit, called for added funding to developing nations as a way to maintain demand in a troubled global economy.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is recovering more quickly than anticipated after having a coronary artery bypass Saturday in New Delhi, the Indian government announced.
India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is "stable, comfortable and making rapid progress" after a successful heart surgery, his office said Sunday.
Journalist Vir Sanghvi speaks with CNN about how U.S. relations with India may develop under Obama.
Leaders from around the world condemn the Mumbai terrorist attacks. CNN's Sasha Herriman reports.
World leaders have condemned the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, in which more than 100 people died.
Shops, businesses and schools were shut in the Indian portion of Kashmir on Saturday to protest a visit by the Indian prime minister
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh inaugurated the first intra-Kashmir train Saturday, even as police and paramilitary enforced an undeclared curfew in parts of Srinagar, the capital of Indian-administered Kashmir.
The leaders of the United States and India on Saturday hailed a decision by 45 nations that withdraws a worldwide ban on nuclear trade with India.
President George W. Bush called India's prime minister Thursday to push a proposed nuclear partnership that sparked an unsuccessful no-confidence vote against the Indian leader this week, a White House spokesman said.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh easily won a vote of confidence in the Indian Parliament on Tuesday evening, more than two hours behind schedule but with a comfortable margin of victory
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh won a vote of confidence Tuesday, allowing his ruling party to keep in play a controversial, proposed nuclear partnership with the United States.
A proposed nuclear power deal with the U.S. threatens to topple India's ruling government. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Analysis: Business is booming between the two Asian juggernauts, but decades of geopolitical hostility remain unresolved
Analysis: If the India-U.S. nuclear pact fails, it could bring down the government and impede India's economic reforms
Assessing India's independence
It came down to the final minutes.
In her first major interview since turning down the Indian prime ministership in May 2004, Sonia Gandhi says she has no regrets over her decision not to take up the post.
India's prime minister has told Pakistan's president there are indications of foreign links to the New Delhi bombings and reminded him of his country's pledge to fight terrorism.
India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says it is time to convert the world's highest battlefield into a peace mountain.
Indian Premier Manmohan Singh and Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf met for two-and-half hours in a bid to negotiate a solution to the conflict in the disputed region of Kashmir.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has visited the tsunami-ravaged Andaman and Nicobar islands, mingling with grief-stricken women and children, and promising to speed up the relief and rehabilitation.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, on his first visit to Kashmir since taking office, has poured cold water on a Pakistani plan to redraw the disputed territory's borders.
The leaders of India and Pakistan have held their first meeting together which they hailed afterwards as a "historic day."
The leaders of nuclear rivals India and Pakistan have held their first meeting -- a one-hour session that produced a joint statement calling for more bilateral talks, the pursuit of peace in Kashmir, and an idea for a gas pipeline between the two countries.
India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called for a sustained war on terrorism and reaffirmed his willingness to continue peace talks with nuclear neighbor Pakistan.
From the moment Manmohan Singh became prime minister in May, analysts in New Delhi began questioning the longevity of the United Progressive Alliance government.
India's newly appointed prime minister, Manmohan Singh, was sworn in Saturday evening, marking the first time a non-Hindu has led the country.
A career bureaucrat, professor, economist -- there are many things that distinguish Manmohan Singh but politics is not one of them.
In his first address to the Indian nation, prime minister-elect Manmohan Singh said the country needed reform but with a "human face."