1. Attacks Against African Students Rise in India, Rights Advocates Say World, Yesterday

    The assaults follow several episodes of violence against Africans in recent years, raising questions about racial attitudes in India.

  2. President Trump Risks the Planet Opinion, March 28

    Reversing President Obama’s climate policies will raise emissions and undercut America’s claim to leadership on the issue of global warming.

  3. Indian-Americans Reward Man Who Intervened in Kansas Shooting U.S., March 28

    Ian Grillot, who was shot and wounded when he reacted to an attack on two Indians, received a $100,000 check from India House Houston to help buy a home.

  4. Off-Season Discounts on India Trips Travel, March 27

    Tour operators are offering lower rates on a variety of excursions, from a safari at a national park to river cruises.

  5. Amid Slaughterhouse Crackdown, India’s Lions Sample New Cuisine World, March 24

    With buffalo meat, their diet of choice, unavailable for two days, the lions of Lucknow were forced to get by on chicken and mutton.

  6. Buffalo Meat Industry Facing Government Shutdowns in India World, March 24

    A new Hindu-right government in Uttar Pradesh claims the Muslim-run businesses are cover for the illegal slaughter of cows. But the closings are shaking the economy.

  7. Mr. Modi’s Perilous Embrace of Hindu Extremists Opinion, March 23

    His party named a firebrand cleric to head India’s largest state, a shocking rebuke to minorities.

  8. New Vaccine Could Slow Disease That Kills 600 Children a Day Health, March 22

    A lower-cost vaccine provides strong protection against rotavirus, a diarrheal disease, and could be particularly useful in poorer countries, researchers said.

  9. A Sight to See: Jodhpur’s Newly Restored Stepwell T Magazine, March 22

    Two brothers help revive the Blue City.

  10. India’s ‘Phone Romeos’ Look for Ms. Right via Wrong Numbers World, March 22

    As mobile phone use grows, more young men are calling women at random, hoping to strike up a relationship, but sometimes harassing them.

  11. Vodafone Is Paying a High Price to Be No. 1 in India Business Day, March 20

    A punishing price war in India’s mobile market heightens the worries over the deal’s structure and the combined company’s debt.

  12. In Battle for Digital India, Vodafone Teams Up With Idea Cellular Business Day, March 20

    The $23 billion deal would create one of the world’s largest cellphone providers, with roughly 400 million subscribers in the country.

  13. Putting a Faithful Friend to the Test Magazine, March 17

    The religion of a companion causes a sectarian split.

  14. Tasting France in the Cuisines of India, Vietnam and Beyond Travel, March 15

    For her latest cookbook, the author Tessa Kiros traced the influences of French recipes and traditions in countries around the world.

  15. Happy Holi! Celebrating Spring in India Video, March 13

    Revel in Holi, a Hindu festival of spring, in the area where it is believed the festival originated.

  16. Why Winning a State Election Will Strengthen Modi’s Populism Opinion, March 12

    The Indian prime minister pledged “minimum government” in 2014. But victory in a state election on Saturday will make him more of a populist.

  17. Maoist Rebels Ambush and Kill 11 Police Officers in India World, March 12

    The rebels, who have battled for independence for decades, set off explosives and seized the dead officers’ weapons after ambushing a foot patrol.

  18. Narendra Modi’s B.J.P. Party Wins Big in Uttar Pradesh, India’s Largest State World, March 11

    The victory, by the largest margin in decades, consolidated the Indian prime minister’s power and put him in a strong position to win re-election in 2019.

  19. Unrest Flares at Nepal-India Border After Fatal Shooting of Nepali World, March 10

    A day after the killing, thousands of Nepalis gathered and chanted anti-Indian slogans, demanding that construction of a culvert continue and that the land be returned to Nepal’s control.

  20. U.S. to Question India About Ban on Christian Charity World, March 9

    Compassion International, a Colorado-based group, was forced to shut its Indian operations after 48 years over accusations it converted Indians to Christianity.

  21. Major Christian Charity Is Closing India Operations Amid a Crackdown
    World, March 7

    The group, Compassion International, which runs a “sponsor a child” program, is leaving India after 48 years amid pressure from the Modi government.

  22. Tax Weddings in India Opinion, March 6

    A reader suggests a better way to limit extravagance.

  23. Officials in U.S. and India Condemn Shooting of Sikh Man in Washington State World, March 5

    A U.S. citizen of Indian origin was shot in the arm while in his driveway by a man who the victim said told him to “go back to your own country.”

  24. Funeral in India for Kansas Shooting Victim Video, March 1

    Relatives and friends said goodbye to Srinivas Kuchibhotla, the engineer who was killed last week in a shooting that is being investigated as a possible hate crime.

  25. Indians Used to Dream of America. No Longer. Opinion, February 28

    “I appeal to all parents in India not to send their children to the U.S.”