Meet The Indian Giant Squirrel That Looks Like A Dr. Seuss Concoction
Three feet long from tip to tail, the Indian giant squirrel or Malabar squirrel is known for its vivid coat that's driven the internet nuts.
Construction Worker Miraculously Survives Getting An Iron Rod Through His Skull
21-year-old Sanjay Bahe was doing routine repair work one second and had an iron rod impaling his head the next.
The True Story Of The Unlikely Friendship Between Queen Victoria And Her Indian Servant, Abdul Karim
The friendship that blossomed between Queen Victoria and Abdul Karim scandalized the royal court, which tried to erase Karim from history once the Queen died.
21 Devastating Photos Of India’s Accelerating Human-Elephant Conflict
When elephants are driven from their migratory paths and natural habitats by industrialization, both humans and elephants pay a terrible price.
The Story Of Nathuram Godse, The Man Who Killed Gandhi
Hindu extremist Nathuram Godse, the man who killed Gandhi, remains a controversial figure in India to this day — here's why.
This Week In History News, Dec. 16 – 22
Possible world's oldest pyramid discovered, 18th-century rockets unearthed, CIA dog experiments from the Cold War revealed.
More Than 1,000 Unexploded 18th-Century Rockets Were Just Discovered In India
The rockets are believed to have belonged to the 18th-century warrior king Tipu Sultan, who used them to fight British East India Company.
Meet Jadav Payeng: The “Forest Man Of India” Who Created An Entire Forest Himself Over 40 Years
Jadav Payeng would not sit idly by while his island home flooded and washed away. He started to plant trees. He has since created a 1,000-acre forest home to snakes, monkeys, and elephants alike.
Calvin Klein Perfume Could Be The Key To Taking Down A Man-Eating Tigress That Has Killed 13 People In India
Over the past few months the tigress has stalked an Indian town and, oddly enough, perfume might be the only thing that can help stop her rampage.
12,000-Year-Old Rock Carvings Leave Researchers Baffled, Hint At Lost Civilization
These images have given researchers new insights into the previously unknown civilization, but have also raised many questions.
India’s Government Dressed Men Up Like Monkeys To Scare Away The Primates Overrunning The Capital
India has been overrun with 50 million monkeys, some of which have broken into people's homes, terrorized and stole from people on the streets, and even caused some people to die.