Hollywood's latest attempt to entice foreign movie-goers into seats is a Hindi-language music video. It will accompany the Indian release of the $260 million blockbuster "The Avengers." The World's Aaron Schachter reports.
A new program gives teenagers in a Mumbai slum a chance to talk about gender violence — and the other ways girls are treated differently than boys. The hope is that a new generation will question traditional dynamics that leave girls often victimized and powerless.
President Obama spent the last day of his visit to India in the capital Delhi. It's been a fruitful visit for the President with trade deals worth billions of dollars tied up which would create thousands of jobs in the US. The BBC's Tinku Ray reports.
Kanika Mishra had had it with the folksy 'common man' character so prevalent in Indian cartoons. She decided to create a 'common woman' and named her character Karnika Kahen which literally means 'Karnika speaks.' And speak she does, taking stands against sexual abuse and rape in India, and getting a lot of flak in the process.