Extreme action will be taken if allegations that a British man arrested in India has been tortured by police are true, a Foreign Office minister has suggested.
Britain has withdrawn its candidate for a seat on the UN International Court of Justice (ICJ).
The trial of the so-called Chennai Six has now ended but the British men face another week before receiving a judgement, according to the family of one of the accused.
Hundreds of people are due to protest outside the Foreign Office calling for Boris Johnson to intervene in the case of a British man arrested in India who campaigners say has been tortured by police.
The Scottish Government is "deeply concerned" about the detention of a Scottish man in India who campaigners say has been tortured by police.
Shares in Vodafone have surged after the telecoms giant swung to profit and upped its growth outlook thanks to solid growth in Spain and Italy.
Authorities in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad are rounding up beggars ahead of a visit by Ivanka Trump for an international conference.
A toxic smog has enveloped New Delhi, closing schools and being described as a “gas chamber” by the Indian capital’s chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Volunteers have handed out green pollution masks to residents of India’s capital to make a statement about the city’s choking smog.
An Indian taxi driver can now say “you’ll never guess who was in the back of my cab” – after the Duchess of Cornwall tried out a cab service by women, for women.
The Commonwealth’s diversity of people, cultures and religions can help tackle the “one size fits all approach to globalisation”, the Prince of Wales has said.
The Prince of Wales has held talks with India’s prime minister, but the meeting has been overshadowed by reports suggesting Charles benefited financially from lobbying on climate change.
A thick grey haze has enveloped India’s capital as air pollution hit hazardous levels, prompting officials to ask schools to shut down and a half-marathon scheduled for later in November be called off.
A British man on the final leg of a so-called "middle-aged gap year" with his wife has fallen to his death in India, moments after taking photographs.
A British man on the final leg of a so-called “middle-aged gap year” with his wife has fallen to his death in India, moments after taking photographs.
The fiancee of a British ex-soldier jailed in India said she thinks about marrying him "every single day" as she took her justice campaign to Number 10.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is to visit India and Pakistan on a mission to drum up trade links between the capital and the two countries.
An award-winning restaurant has opened under new management.
A Foreign Office minister has met six British seamen who have been detained in India since 2013 to give them an update on their appeal.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are to visit Singapore, Malaysia and India this autumn – but despite reports, will not travel to Burma.
A charity which provides school meals to impoverished children around the world has served its one billionth meal.
At least 22 people were killed and 27 others injured in a stampede on a crowded pedestrian bridge connecting two railway stations in Mumbai during Friday morning’s rush-hour, police in India said.
The group behind Johnnie Walker whisky and Smirnoff vodka has warned over a hit to sales from a ban on alcohol near motorways in India.
A business could be facing a fine of up to £60,000 after alleged immigration offenders were found working there.
Rescuers have ended the search for survivors under the rubble of a collapsed apartment building that killed 33 people in India’s financial capital Mumbai.
Virat Kohli recorded his 29th one-day international hundred and Rohit Sharma went to three figures for the second time in five days as India thrashed Sri Lanka by 168 runs at Colombo to go 4-0 up in the series.
Torrential rain in India has caused a five-storey apartment building to collapse in Mumbai, killing 19 people and possibly burying more than a dozen others, police said.
Death continues to haunt a government hospital in north India that came under fire earlier this month after dozens of babies died within two days.
Mobs have rampaged across an Indian town, leaving 28 people dead and buildings in flames, after a court declared a quasi-religious sect leader guilty of raping two of his followers, according to officials.
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