The boy's younger sister can also be seen hiding behind a wall. The video was filmed in India's western state of Rajasthan.
A biology teacher in Raipur is under fire after saying that the victim of a Dehli gang rape was at fault for the brutal attack that led to her death.
Mumbai's slum hotel is opening for tourists wishing to experience the reality of poverty in India's largest cities.
Heads of state or government from 10 Asean countries took part as the country marked its 69th Republic Day on 26 January.
Mumbai newspaper accused of trying to exploit gay men and women for article on LGBT rights in India.
Residents of Mumbai village of Asalpha proud to live in a "beautiful masterpiece" after volunteers transform slum.
The minister said that the theory was "scientifically wrong" and that it required a change in the education curriculum.
A pair of North London cafes both themed on Commonwealth countries are attracting significant public backlash for "insensitively evoking memories of the Empire".
Modi and Trump have had a mixed relationship since the US president came to power just over a year ago.
Technology pioneer John McAfee is urging spooked bitcoin investors not to panic after it emerged that major banks in India were investigating the country's top exchanges.
A coalition of Indian churches has challenged the country's law currently used to penalise homosexuality.
With a strike range of more than 5,000km, the intercontinental ballistic missile or ICBM can reach all parts of China.
At least three men have been gored to death in southern India while watching a bull-taming sport, known in the region as Jallikattu.
Indian prisoners will be treated to "cow therapy" in a radical rehabilitation plan that involves rearing the cattle considered sacred by Hindus.
Gang-rape Dalit victim's death after ordeal in conservative state of Haryana sparks demand for crackdown as activists claim rape epidemic in India.
The fatality occurred during the controversial sport of Jallikattu, in which bulls are released into an arena and young men try to cling onto them without being thrown off.
Top military general says India needs to step up its security measures as the threat from non-state actors is a reality.
Many Indian women are forced to use rags, leaves or even ashes when they are menstruating as they cannot afford sanitary products.
The development comes four years after the Supreme Court of India delivered a controversial verdict saying that same-sex consensual relationships are illegal in the country.
Global Ipsos-Mori poll finds more Indians believe in prospect of alien invasion than any other country.