American Adventurer Believed Slain by Tribesmen on Island in Bay of BengalA 27-year-old American missionary and adventurer from Alabama, John Allen Chau, has reportedly been killed by members of an endangered tribe in India's Andaman and Nicobar islands.
India's Top Court Decriminalizes Gay Sex In Landmark RulingIndia's Supreme Court has struck down a colonial-era law criminalizing consensual gay sex, overturning more than 150 years of anti-LGBT legislation.
Man Dies Attempting Selfie With Bear, Stray Dog Tried To Save HimA man was mauled to death by a bear after he reportedly tried to take a selfie with the animal, according to reports.
Indians Flock To America's 'Golden Visa' As H-1B Route ClosesFacing a crackdown on their favorite visa to enter the United States, hundreds of wealthy Indians are turning to another program that fast tracks immigrants to a green card.
Broken Seeds Still GrowArtistic Director of Nava Dance Theatre Nadhi Thekkek and Oakland-based artist Rupy C. Tut talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about 'Broken Seeds Still Grow.'
Rape Victim Sues Uber, Says Execs Portrayed Her As A LiarA woman who was raped by an Uber driver in India is suing the company for a second time, alleging that Uber executives got her private medical records and made false statements claiming she fabricated the attack.
Lawsuit Claims Snapchat CEO Said App Is 'Only For Rich People'Snapchat incurred the wrath of users around the world after an unsealed lawsuit revealed its CEO saying the app was only for the rich.
Dozens Of UCSF Tech Jobs Being Outsourced To IndiaIn early 2017, 49 tech positions at UCSF will be outsourced to India. And the San Francisco workers aren't happy.
Strong Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake Strikes MyanmarA strong earthquake has struck Myanmar and was felt in parts of India. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
Body Of Missing Father Of Bride Found In Sacramento DeltaSearch crews have recovered the body in a Sacramento Delta waterway of an Indian man in the United States who went missing at his daughter's wedding.
India's Government Basically Bans Facebook's Internet For The Poor ProgramIndia's government has essentially banned a Facebook program that sought to connect with low-income residents by offering free access to a limited version of the social network and other Internet services.