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  1. India’s Economy Exits Deep Recession as Fledgling Recovery Strengthens Business, Yesterday

    Economic output grew 0.4 percent in the third quarter, but the recovery is uneven, with small businesses facing the brunt of the downturn.

  2. Pakistan and India Renew Pledge on Cease-Fire at Troubled Border Foreign, February 25

    The agreement between the nuclear-armed neighbors to keep a lid on tensions along the so-called Line of Control was welcomed in the region.

  3. Where a Vaccination Campaign Faces Skepticism, War and Corruption Foreign, February 23

    A half-million doses arrived this month in Afghanistan, where many insist the virus isn’t real and vaccines aren’t needed. Those who want the vaccine fear that only the well-connected will receive it.

  4. Indian Court Grants Bail to Activist Arrested Over Farmers’ Protests Foreign, February 23

    Disha Ravi, an activist associated with Greta Thunberg, was charged after sharing a protest manual with farmers who were demonstrating against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.

  5. Do India’s Cows Have Special Powers? Government Curriculum Is Ridiculed Foreign, February 22

    The Hindu nationalist government postponed plans for a national student exam on cows that critics said used specious claims and substituted religion for science.

  6. The Indian vaccine giant expected to supply much of the world warns that it has been directed to put its country’s needs ahead of exports. Foreign, February 21

    ‘Dear countries & governments,’ tweeted Adar Poonawalla of the Serum Institute, ‘I humbly request you to please be patient.’

  7. As Bollywood Evolves, Women Find Deeper Roles Culture, February 19

    New films like “Tribhanga” and “Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare” show how parts have expanded for women in India’s Hindi film realm.

  8. Indian Court Clears Journalist of Defamation Claim in #MeToo Case Foreign, February 17

    Priya Ramani had faced up to two years in prison after making sexual harassment accusations against M.J. Akbar, once a prominent member of the Modi government.

  9. Climate Activist Jailed in India as Government Clamps Down on Dissent Foreign, February 15

    Disha Ravi, 21, is facing sedition charges, accused of sharing a Google Doc about the farmers protest with Greta Thunberg.

  10. El juego diplomático por las vacunas contra la COVID-19 en Español, February 15

    India, China, Emiratos Árabes Unidos y otros países reparten donaciones en las regiones donde buscan tener influencia. En algunos casos, envían dosis a pesar de las necesidades urgentes de sus propias naciones.

  11. The Sunday Read: ‘Who’s Making All Those Scam Calls?’ Podcasts, February 14

    Every year, tens of millions of Americans collectively lose billions of dollars to scam callers. Where does the other end of the line lead?

  12. Twitter vs. India Business, February 11

    Twitter is defying a democratically elected government. We should all watch what happens next.

  13. The Newest Diplomatic Currency: Covid-19 Vaccines Foreign, February 11

    India, China, the U.A.E. and others dole out donations in countries where they seek sway. In some cases, they are sending doses despite pressing needs at home.

  14. True Crime With a Climate Connection Climate, February 10

    The shift toward cleaner cars, combined with tighter pollution rules, is pushing up demand for the precious metals in automobile antipollution gadgets. Crooks have taken note.

  15. Twitter Blocks Accounts in India as Modi Pressures Social Media Business, February 10

    The platform’s problems in the country offer a stark example of the difficulty of adhering to its free-speech principles amid government worries over its influence.

  16. A Double Tragedy in India and the Search for Elusive Answers Culture, February 9

    In “The Good Girls,” Sonia Faleiro writes about the mysterious deaths of two girls, a case that revealed histories, resentments, secrets and competing interpretations.

  17. Before Himalayan Flood, India Ignored Warnings of Development Risks Foreign, February 8

    Long before a deadly flood hit two hydroelectric dams, scientists warned repeatedly that such projects were dangerous in a fragile region made more so by global warming.

  18. Glacier Bursts in India, Leaving More Than 100 Missing in Floods Foreign, February 7

    Rescue efforts were underway in the northern state of Uttarakhand, where officials said a hydroelectric dam project had been largely swept away.

  19. It’s Time to Trust China’s and Russia’s Vaccines Op Ed, February 5

    They, too, work, and they can help fill shortages everywhere.

  20. Modi’s Response to Farmer Protests in India Stirs Fears of a Pattern Foreign, February 3

    Critics say Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approach to dissent increasingly involves stifling dissenting voices, blocking the internet and cracking down on journalists.

  21. India’s Modest Budget Signals Modi’s Limited Options Foreign, February 1

    Health care and infrastructure spending received significant increases, but fears about inflation could hold back efforts to get the economy surging again.

  22. How Much Do You Know About India? Interactive, September 14

    Can you find India on a map? What else do you know about this South Asian nation with about 1.3 billion people?

  23. Live Cyclone Amphan Map: Tracking the Storm’s Path Interactive, May 19

    On Wednesday, the storm made landfall on India’s eastern coast with wind speeds between 100 and 115 miles per hour.

  24. India Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 22

    A detailed map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with charts and tables of the number of cases and deaths.