1. Trump Is Wrong About TikTok. China’s Plans Are Much More Sinister. Op Ed, September 17

    The West still doesn’t understand the scale of Beijing’s soft-power ambitions.

  2. India Covid 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.

  3. Museum in India Celebrating Muslim Dynasty Gets a Hindu Overhaul Foreign, September 15

    A planned museum in Agra on the Mughal rulers and their culture is to be renamed for a Hindu warrior-king and refocused on Hindu history, as a nationalist revival sweeps the country.

  4. Missions to Venus: Highlights From History, and When We May Go Back Science, September 14

    Much visited in an earlier era of space exploration, the planet has been overlooked in recent decades.

  5. 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?

  6. China and India Pledge to Ease Tensions After Border Clashes Foreign, September 11

    The foreign ministers of the two countries issued a five-point statement aimed at ending a simmering confrontation. A previous pledge was followed by the deadliest clash in decades.

  7. Neelanshu Shukla, Indian Television Journalist, Dies at 30 Obits, September 8

    A reporter who was passionate about politics, he covered his home state of Uttar Pradesh for the TV Today network. He died of the coronavirus.

  8. Shots Fired Along India-China Border for First Time in Years Foreign, September 8

    Each side blamed the other as tensions between the two nuclear powers increased along their disputed high-altitude boundary.

  9. ‘The Lockdown Killed My Father’: Farmer Suicides Add to India’s Virus Misery Foreign, September 8

    Farm bankruptcies and debts have been the source of misery in India for decades. But experts say the suffering has reached new levels in the pandemic.

  10. Coronavirus Crisis Shatters India’s Big Dreams Foreign, September 5

    The country’s ambitions to become a global power, lift its poor and update its military have been set back by a sharp economic plunge, soaring infections and a widening sense of malaise.

  11. The Terrible Cost of Presidential Racism Op Ed, September 3

    Recently declassified White House tapes reveal how President Nixon’s racism and misogyny led him to ignore the genocidal violence of the Pakistani military in what is today Bangladesh.

  12. India Bans 118 Chinese Apps as Indian Soldier Is Killed on Disputed Border Foreign, September 2

    The Indian government is blocking Chinese apps from its huge domestic market to strike back against China amid a tense border standoff.

  13. America, Don’t Try to Out-China China Op Ed, September 2

    Beijing’s nationalism will be self-defeating in the long term. Washington should just let that run its course.

  14. In a Changed Kashmir, Moderates Feel Betrayed by India Foreign, September 1

    Those who once preached harmony with New Delhi have not only been imprisoned but continue to be targeted by militants, dampening hopes for a peaceful solution.

  15. The Forgotten Colonial Forces of World War II Special Sections, September 1

    “There’s a scattered memory of their sacrifice all over Europe.” The Allied powers relied on colonial troops to defeat the Axis, but their contributions are not often recognized.

  16. India’s Economy Shrank Nearly 24 Percent Last Quarter Business, August 31

    It’s the biggest decline of any major economy. Economists say once the impact on the country’s vast “informal” work force is taken into account, the damage might be even worse.

  17. India and China Face Off Again at Border as Troops Move In Foreign, August 31

    After months of efforts to defuse tensions, soldiers rushed to shout in each others’ faces again. Though the confrontation wasn’t bloody, where it happened was significant.

  18. Pranab Mukherjee, Indispensable Man of Indian Politics, Dies at 84 Obits, August 31

    A journalist turned politician, he was India’s president from 2012 to 2017 and wore many hats during a career that spanned political generations.

  19. Indian Court Hands Down Symbolic Sentence for Outspoken Lawyer Foreign, August 31

    The case against Prashant Bhushan, a public interest lawyer who criticized the Supreme Court and its chief justice in tweets, was seen as a test of free expression in the world’s largest democracy.

  20. Here's What Extreme Heat Looks Like: Profoundly Unequal Interactive, August 6

    Earth is overheating. This year is poised to be one of the hottest ever. Millions are already feeling the pain, but the agony of extreme heat is profoundly unequal across the globe.

  21. Battle in the Himalayas Interactive, July 18

    China and India are locked in a tense, deadly struggle for advantage on their disputed mountain border.

  22. 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.