The Indian government has proposed incentives worth $12.4 billion to encourage power plans to curb emissions and to develop electric vehicle infrastructure.
875 million voters are eligible to take part in the biggest democratic exercise in history.
One explanation for the global greening phenomenon could be increasing CO2 levels boosting plant growth - known as the “CO2 fertilisation effect”.
Tinder is India's most popular dating app as Valentine's Day goes digital.
A new report shows Mumbai to be a hotbed for Indian startups.
In India, feminist, minority and queer activists are using selfies to represent and take pride in their identity, sexuality and gender orientation.
One of the most disturbing symptoms of India's far-reaching gender inequality crisis is domestic violence.
Living with Tigers is a programme that helps people to live alongside tigers without conflict - and could be key to the majestic wild animals' survival.
In recent months, 30-year-old Niru Sonowal and a dozen other women from her northeast Indian village have trekked on foot for miles every day in search of work.
Inadequate sanitation in India leads to premature deaths and huge economic losses every year. The country has built 80 million toilets since 2014, but it has a serious shortage of functio...
India has a huge unmet demand for electricity, and at its current rate of economic growth the country will need to double its electricity output by 2030. Renewables can do much of the hea...
India is the world's fastest-growing major economy. With two-thirds of that output driven by urban areas, it's cities are becoming outriders for green global growth.
Cooperation between governments, NGOs, industry and consumer is essential for tackling global inequality. But we need a better definition of how these collaborations should work.
Increasing access to electricity is driving development in the world's poorer regions - and it could have even greater benefits for the world as a whole.
If innovation is essential to the achievements of the sector, we should spend less time on success, and more on failure