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  1. Forced to Chant Hindu Slogans, Muslim Man Is Beaten to Death in India World, Yesterday

    The 12-hour mob attack on a man suspected of theft, shown in widely circulated videos, has become another signal of India’s bitter sectarian divide.

  2. Chennai, an Indian City of Nearly 5 Million, Is Running Out of Water Interactive, June 21

    New satellite photos of the city, one of India’s largest, show its reservoirs running dry.

  3. With Mandate From India’s Voters, Modi Promises Improved Economy Again World, June 20

    Problems like high unemployment, largely ignored during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election campaign, dominate the official agenda for his second term.

  4. Tiny Love Stories: ‘Our Families Couldn’t Know’ Style, June 18

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words. For this issue, we sought stories from our Indian readers.

  5. Indian Magician Who Tried Houdini-Inspired Stunt Is Feared Dead World, June 17

    Chanchal Lahiri, known by his stage name Wizard Mandrake, attempted an underwater escape from half a dozen locked chains.

  6. India Raises Tariffs, Escalating Trade Fight With Trump Business, June 15

    The new tariffs on 28 categories of American goods are more symbolic than painful, covering items like almonds, apples and finished metal products.

  7. Rep. Pramila Jayapal: The Story of My Abortion Opinion, June 13

    What it taught me about the deeply personal nature of reproductive choice.

  8. India Heat Wave, Soaring Up to 123 Degrees, Has Killed at Least 36 World, June 13

    The government warned that the extreme temperatures, which have struck large parts of northern and central India, might continue as the arrival of monsoon rains has been delayed.

  9. Jiggs Kalra, Food Writer Who Elevated Indian Fine Dining, Dies at 72 Obituaries, June 10

    Through his newspaper columns and cookbooks, Mr. Kalra became a pioneer in Indian food writing and put the spotlight on little known chefs.

  10. Are Democrats Too Scared to Impeach? Opinion, June 6

    Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts talks Trump, Mueller and climate legislation.

  11. 8 Missing Climbers in Indian Himalayas Are Assumed Dead, Officials Say, Citing Photographs World, June 3

    The officials said aerial photographs taken Monday showed at least five bodies on Nanda Devi, India’s second-tallest mountain. The climbers were last heard from on May 26.

  12. Modi’s Problems at Home Overshadow Trump’s Latest Trade Threat to India World, June 1

    President Trump ended India’s special trade status, hoping to jolt stalled trade talks. But the prime minister is focused on India’s sluggish economy.

  13. Rescuers Search for Eight Climbers on Indian Peak World, June 1

    Four Britons, two Americans, an Australian and an Indian did not return to their base camp after planning to climb the Nanda Devi East peak.

  14. Trump Administration Strips India of Special Trade Status Business, May 31

    The status exempts billions of dollars of India’s products from American tariffs, part of a deepening clash over the country’s protections for its market.

  15. Modi Begins Second Term as India’s Prime Minister After Crushing Victory World, May 30

    As the world watches to see how Mr. Modi uses his electoral landslide, a huge swearing-in ceremony, featuring about 8,000 guests, gave a first look.

  16. An Experimental Ebola Cure May Also Protect Against Nipah Virus Health, May 29

    African green monkeys survived infection with the Nipah virus after they received remdesivir. The virus, a pandemic threat carried by bats, has killed dozens of people in Asia.

  17. An Experimental Ebola Cure May Also Protect Against Nipah Virus Health, May 29

    African green monkeys survived infection with the Nipah virus after they received remdesivir. The virus, a pandemic threat carried by bats, has killed dozens of people in Asia.

  18. Why India Voted for Modi Opinion, May 28

    A young voter from New Delhi tells how the prime minister’s track record was crucial in his victory in the recent election.