Labour MP Abrahams denied entry to India and 'treated like criminal'
Debbie Abrahams has been a vocal critic of Modi administration's human rights record in Muslim-majority Kashmir
Indian press delighted at number of British-Indians in UK government
Rishi Sunak's appointment as chancellor makes headlines across country
Chef jailed for life for 'vicious' murder of wife and two daughters
Mohammed Abdul Shakur had repeatedly been violent towards his wife and did not like their children much because they were not boys
Five-year-old girl raped inside US embassy compound in India
Child rapists face death penalty in India under a 2018 change to law
This is life under the longest internet shutdown in history
More than seven million Kashmiri people have been without internet since August – and the New Delhi government shows no sign of backing down
India's top court rules ban on internet in Kashmir 'unconstitutional'
'Freedom of Internet access is a fundamental right,' says Supreme Court justice
Woman set on fire on way to court by men she accused of raping her
Doctors say she has sustained burns to 90 per cent of her body and is in critical condition
Delhi trains rough sleepers in mobile repair to get them off streets
The Independent is looking at how cities around the world tackle homelessness as part of its Christmas appeal