India's foreign secretary will soon visit capitals of SAARC countries, including Islamabad.
This marks the sixth such incident since November on a Christian institution.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party lost local elections in Delhi state to rival Aam Aadmi Party, which won by a record margin.
India's finance minister said that details on some of the names on the list are already with the country's government.
India releases details of a breakthrough agreement reached during Obama's visit, but U.S. diplomats say there are issues still to be resolved.
Delhi voted to elect a new local government, in what is perhaps the most keenly watched political event since the 2014 national elections.
Religion has again assumed significance in India’s political discourse since Modi’s Hindu nationalist party came to power in May last year.
Days before India's capital votes in a crucial local election, a church was vandalized in the fifth such incident in the city since November.
In what could be a positive signal to attract foreign investors, India says it will not pursue a tax-liability case against Vodafone.
Xiaomi took another step toward bringing a portfolio of phones to India, its second largest market, by releasing its Mi4 handset there.
President Obama said that it was the government's responsibility to uphold religious freedom in a diverse country like India.
Even as he promises to make doing business in India easier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he'll monitor all major investment proposals.
The Chinese media called the Obama-Modi bonhomie "superficial" and accused the West of setting a "trap of rivalry" between India and China.
Narendra Modi calls agreement "the centerpiece of Indo-U.S. understanding" in comments at the beginning of Barack Obama's visit to India.
Security cooperation will be high on the agenda when Modi and Obama meet in New Delhi next week.
The two countries are looking at activating a civil nuclear agreement that has been in limbo since it came into effect in 2008.
India may have to work around its stringent civil nuclear liability laws to facilitate U.S. investment.
Indian pharmaceutical exports to the U.S. in 2013 amounted to $4.5 billion, or over a tenth of all Indian exports to the U.S. that year.
Experts and government officials say that the rot in India's defense research establishment is deep-rooted.
The latest figures on rural education in India indicate that key indices are declining, or are at best stagnant.