Saroo Brierly was separated from his family when he was just 5 years old. He'd gotten on a train, fallen asleep and woken up in Calcutta, far away from his hometown -- a home he didn't even know the name of. He was eventually adopted by an Australian couple but recently used Google Earth to research where he might be from. He reunited with his mom 25 years after being separated from her.
Politicians and veterans groups in Australia, the U.K. and Canada, as well as other area, are outraged over the intentional vandalism of World War II-era graves in Benghazi, Libya.
Across large swatch of the world, many people live on the local equivalent of $2 per day. It's an amount so small that it's hard for many who don't live in that kind of poverty to really imagine. So two Indians who have advanced degrees and experience from the United States tried it out and documented their experiences.
Dozens of books have been banned in India because of their themes and topics. The country is trying to get Google and Facebook to devise a means of pre-filtering religiously objectionable content. All this, taken together, has many saying the country's freedom of speech is disappearing.
No one was killed but two people were hospitalized in an attack on an Israeli diplomat's vehicle in India Monday morning. Israeli officials are blaming Iran for that attack, as well as a thwarted attempt in the Central Asian nation of Georgia.
A group of American football stars and investors are joining with Indian businessman to put together and NFL-style professional football league in India.
India, a country struggling to meet surging demand for power, has turned to small renewable stations on people's homes to help make sure there's a continuous supply of power.
In India, the guru has long been a spiritual leader. Now, however, times are changing and they're assuming a more political or psychological role. Yet, some in India remain uneasy.
Hundreds of years ago, two groups of Jews moved to India and settled in an area along the Malabar Coast. Now, fewer than 40 remain, the rest having emigrated to Israel after it was formed or died of old age. But this year, they'll light the menorah at their now-closed synagogue to celebrate Hanukkah.
As the global climate changes, one of the clearest manifestations of the change is in the disappearance or shrinking of the glaciers in the Himalayan mountain range. These glaciers provide fresh water to 40 percent of the Earth's population and their disappearance could be devastating.