Channels
CHANNEL 4 4SEVEN E4 MORE4 FILM4 4MUSIC 4oD
stage

India

Show:

video 11 October 2014 World, India

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

'Catastrophic' cyclone heads for India - video

Around 150,000 people are being evacuated on India's eastern seaboard as cyclone Hudhud heads for the coast, threatening 'catastrophic' damage to farms and fishing villages.

video 10 October 2014 Culture, India

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Malala: peace prize sends 'message of love' - video

Malala Yousafzai becomes the youngest Nobel prizewinner ever, taking the award alongside child slavery campaigner Kailash Satyarthi of India.

article 02 October 2014 World, India
News
Can Indians be persuaded to do their own dirty work?

India's prime minister launches an ambitious programme to improve sanitation within five years, but can he overcome ingrained beliefs about who should, or should not, be responsible for cleaning?

article 22 September 2014 UK, China
News
UN climate change summit - Q&A

This weekend saw the world's biggest march on climate change to date. Will the enthusiasm be replicated at the New York on Tuesday? Channel 4 News takes a look.

video 09 September 2014 World, India

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Flash floods hit India and Pakistan - video

The death toll from floods in Pakistan and India reaches 400 as armies from both countries scramble to provide help to victims.

article 06 September 2014 World, France
News
You read my mind: scientists claim 'first telepathy success'

Scientists claim to have conducted the world's first successful telepathy experiment. They say that they have sent a "mental message" from one person, to another 4,000 miles away.

article 02 September 2014 World, India
Hazel Thompson gains access to a brothel in Mumbai, where trafficked girls are kept in cages like slaves to stop them running away - and only allowed out to have sex with customers.
Caged until 'broken': life for Mumbai's prostitutes

Channel 4 News gains exclusive access to brothels in Mumbai, where trafficked girls are kept in cages like slaves to stop them running away - and only allowed out to have sex with customers.

article 30 July 2014 World, India
Indian Landslide
Liam Dutton by India landslide: dozens feared trapped

Heavy monsoon rains triggered a landslide in India on Wednesday, burying up to 150 in a village around 37 miles from the western city of Pune in Maharashtra.

article 08 July 2014 World, India
Narendra Modi
Why has UK failed to exploit ties with India?

The balance of power has shifted considerably as the foreign secretary and chancellor attempt to make key gains in the United Kingdom's economic partnership with India.

To read news stories from other countries, please select a country from the list below.