1. V.S. Naipaul, My Wonderful, Cruel Friend Op Ed, August 12

    My relationship with him was full of its joys and hurts. It was never going to be otherwise.

  2. Checkmate Averted: U.K. Reversal Opens Door for Chess Prodigy, 9, to Stay Put Foreign, August 10

    Shreyas Royal’s father said the British authorities had decided to allow him to apply for a new work visa based on his son’s talent.

  3. Is India Creating Its Own Rohingya? Op Ed, August 10

    Echoes of the majoritarian rhetoric preceding the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya can be heard in India as four million, mostly Bengali-origin Muslims, have been effectively turned stateless.

  4. Mughal Men Ruled South Asia — and One Man Was Ruled by a Woman Book Review, August 10

    The daughter of Persian immigrants, Nur Jahan became the favorite wife and the co-ruler of Emperor Jahangir. Ruby Lal’s “Empress” tells her story.

  5. He’s 9, a Chess Prodigy and Must Leave the U.K., Officials Say Foreign, August 9

    The family of Shreyas Royal, who was born in India, is fighting to stay in Britain once the father’s work visa runs out.

  6. A Village in India Where Clean Living Became a Tourist Attraction Travel, August 8

    Mawlynnong, a village in northeastern India, attracts throngs of visitors eager for a slice of village life, lush gardens and a tradition of cleanliness.

  7. In Kiki Challenge, Muddy Indian Farmers Show World How to Groove Foreign, August 6

    A village twist on an internet dance craze takes the world by storm.

  8. In Kiki Challenge, Muddy Indian Farmers Show World How to Groove World, August 6

    A village twist on an internet dance craze takes the world by storm.

  9. India’s Higher Education Troubles Op Ed, August 3

    India’s public universities need better funding and greater autonomy.

  10. How I Lost the Fiancé but Won the Honeymoon Styles, August 3

    “Where is your husband?” people kept asking. “Why isn’t he here?”

  11. Was It Safe to Go to a Militant’s Funeral? Insider, August 2

    When an outlawed militant I was covering was killed in battle, I faced a choice: Do I go to his funeral, where there will surely be many very upset people, or not?

  12. In Kashmir, Blood and Grief in an Intimate War: ‘These Bodies Are Our Assets’ Foreign, August 1

    The Kashmir conflict, which once brought India and Pakistan to the brink of nuclear war, has become a bitterly personal, and mostly local, insurgency.

  13. An 11-Year-Old Girl Is Gang Raped in India and Blamed for It, Too Foreign, July 28

    When the police in Chennai, India, arrested 17 men accused of assaulting the girl, there was a wave of public fury. Then the narrative changed.

  14. Indian Firm Wants Ohio Aluminum Maker. Will Trump Approve? Business, July 26

    India’s Aditya Birla Group agreed to buy Aleris, an American aluminum maker, for $2.6 billion after the Trump administration rejected a bid by a Chinese firm.

  15. The Billionaire Yogi Behind Modi’s Rise Magazine, July 26

    Baba Ramdev built a business empire out of mass yoga camps and ayurvedic products. But is his pious traditionalism a mask for darker forces?

  16. Worried About the I.R.S. Scam? Here’s How to Handle Phone Fraud Express, July 26

    A huge I.R.S. impersonation operation has highlighted the threat of phone and internet fraud. Experts have advice on how to protect yourself.

  17. When Reporting on Gay Rights in India Gets Personal Insider, July 25

    While covering the looming decision by India’s Supreme Court over whether to decriminalize gay sex, Kai Schultz struggled with his own place in the story.

  18. Seduced by Hate, Indian Politician Embraces a Lynch Mob Foreign, July 20

    Jayant Sinha, an American-educated politician, draped garlands of flowers around the necks of eight men convicted of murder, provoking national outrage.

  19. Facebook to Remove Misinformation That Leads to Violence Business, July 18

    Critics say the company has not done enough to block false posts that have led to attacks in countries including Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India.

  20. ‘An Entire Community Got Together to Rape a Child’: India Recoils at Girl’s Assault Foreign, July 18

    The repeated attacks on the child at her apartment complex have revived debate about rape in India.

  21. How WhatsApp Leads Mobs to Murder in India Interactive, July 18

    False rumors of child kidnappers have gone viral on WhatsApp in India, prompting fearful mobs to kill two dozen innocent people since April

  22. In India, Summer Heat May Soon Be Literally Unbearable Climate, July 17

    In cities that are already scorching hot, temperatures and humidity levels are rising to levels that the human body simply can’t tolerate, researchers warn.

  23. India’s Battle for Same-Sex Love Op Ed, July 17

    A colonial-era law that criminalizes homosexual sex is viewed by many as a blot on the idea of India as a liberal democracy.

  24. The Fight Against Malaria Letters, July 15

    An advocacy group describes the necessity of sustained funding.