As leaders in Delhi struggle to contain the crisis, horrifying scenes are playing out across the country.
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Journalists report receiving notices stating their reports are false and demanding that they reveal sources.
Some experts are worried about the potential impact of widely deploying Chinese shots that have demonstrated lower efficacy rates than those made by Pfizer and Moderna.
India has fully vaccinated less than 2% of its 1.3 billion-strong population, inoculation centers say they’re running short of doses and exports have all but stopped.
The world’s fastest-growing virus surge now threatens to spawn new variants that undermine efforts in more developed countries to vaccinate the public and get back to life as normal.
The political fallout of Modi's handling of the pandemic may become clear on May 2, when election results are due to be announced for the five states voting over the past month.
About 24 hours after military chiefs from India and Pakistan surprised the world last month with a rare joint commitment to respect a 2003 ceasefire agreement, the top diplomat of the United Arab Emirates popped over to New Delhi for a quick one-day visit. The ...
After the deadliest fighting in decades, India and China are setting up demilitarized areas along their Himalayan border — a move that has rankled some members of India’s security establishment. Soldiers from both countries for now will no longer patrol a 9-kilometer (6-mile) stretch on ...
The increased activity along the Myanmar border has sparked concern in New Delhi that India’s military is becoming stretched as tensions remain with China and Pakistan.
The rare recognition of a secretive Indian military unit with Tibetan soldiers threatened to escalate a border dispute that has killed dozens since May.