Indian banks turn away Muslims in record numbers.
A clash with Hindu villagers in Sarayian village in India's Bihar state leaves at least three Muslim villagers burned to death.
The United States files a complaint with the World Trade Organization, accusing Indian laws of discriminating against US solar panel manufacturers.
A stampede at the home of Muslim religious leader Mohammed Burhanuddin in the Indian city of Mumbai results in 18 deaths.
Former senior Indian cabinet minister Vidya Charan Shukla dies from his injury from a Naxalite raid in the Sukma district in Chhattisgarh state.
Fighting between indigenous tribes and Muslim settlers in Assam, northeast India kills at least 19 people, causing 50,000 people to flee.
The road to the Indian town of Mangan reopens after the 2011 Sikkim earthquake, with the death toll expected to rise as rescuers reach the worst affected areas.
Leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa attend a BRICS summit in Sanya in China's Hainan Province.
The Indian government decides not to ban the controversial BlackBerry devices for at least two months after the North American manufacturer allows "lawful access" to encrypted data it had been feared would be a security threat.
India expresses deep regret that its police had to kill at least 28 people this week in Kashmir, with its Home Affairs Minister requesting that protesters stop.
Indian Muslim television preacher Zakir Naik is banned from entry into the United Kingdom for what is described as "unacceptable behaviour". He was due to lecture in Sheffield and London.