1. The Immigrant Experience in a Danish Butter Cookie Tin Magazine, June 6

    Ubiquitous in immigrant households, the cookie tin might be a more apt metaphor for our journeys than the melting pot.

  2. En esta academia de lucha libre, las niñas sueñan con un futuro mejor Interactive, June 6

    Desde 2016, cada vez más familias de la región de Haryana, tradicionalmente conservadora, envían a sus hijas a programas de formación con la esperanza de que puedan volver a casa convertidas en pehelwan: luchadoras profesionales de competición.

  3. Your Tuesday Briefing: Is Ukraine’s Counteroffensive Here? Briefing, June 5

    Also, train service resumes near India’s crash site.

  4. In India, Trains Start Running Again by Devastating Crash Site World, June 5

    The restoration of service could help more families reach the area to identify the dead. Officials said about 100 victims were still unclaimed.

  5. Money for Show Horses, Not Work Horses, on India’s Rails Foreign, June 4

    Train travel in the country has gotten much safer, Friday’s disaster notwithstanding, but the government still puts high-profile projects ahead of basic safety improvements, analysts say.

  6. India Vows Punishment for Those Responsible for Deadly Train Crash Foreign, June 4

    Officials suggested human error, even sabotage, could have led to the crash that killed 275, as crews raced to restore service and families struggled to reach the site to identify loved ones.

  7. Your Monday Briefing: Rescue Efforts End in India Train Crash N Y T Now, June 4

    Plus, Beijing is forcing Hong Kong to forget Tiananmen Square.

  8. How the India Train Crash Unfolded Interactive, June 4

    The sequence of events as three trains collided in one of India’s deadliest rail accidents.

  9. The June 4 India Train Crash live blog included one standalone post:
  10. These are some of the deadliest rail disasters in India’s recent history. Foreign, June 3

    Friday’s crash is remarkable even in a country with a long history of train deaths.

  11. The June 3 India Train Crash live blog included one standalone post:
  12. India’s Worst Train Crash in Decades Kills Hundreds Video, June 3

    Rescuers searched for victims at the crash site, where two passenger trains and a freight train were involved in what a government report called a “three-way accident.”

  13. In India’s Gang Rape Culture, All Women Are Victims Op Ed, June 2

    Sexual violence against women has become normalized, and all Indian men are complicit.

  14. Your Thursday Briefing: ‘False Alarm’ in South Korea Briefing, May 31

    Also, military tensions in the Arctic.

  15. Readers in Asia: What Does L.G.B.T.Q. Life Look Like Where You Live? N Y T Now, May 31

    We may include your response in a June edition of the Asia Pacific Morning Briefing.

  16. A Desperate Act Reveals the Dwindling Room for Dissent in India Foreign, May 31

    Their protest dispersed, female wrestlers who have accused a powerful official of sexual harassment went to the Ganges intending to throw away their Olympic medals.

  17. An Outsider’s History of India, in a Hallucinatory Novel Book Review, May 30

    “The Light at the End of the World,” by Siddhartha Deb, follows truth seekers in a world of conspiracy, intrigue and violence.

  18. Modi Opens India’s New Parliament Building as Opposition Boycotts Foreign, May 28

    The complex is a testament to the prime minister’s power to get things done, but the ceremony also put the nation’s political divisions on display.

  19. Overlooked No More: Sultan Khan, Untrained Chess Player Who Became a Champion Obits, May 27

    He beat some of the world’s top players despite growing up with little access to chess books and not having the same knowledge his rivals possessed.

  20. After Nearly Collapsing, Indian Billionaire’s Stock Is Back on the Rise Business, May 24

    Investors have again rushed into the conglomerate controlled by Gautam Adani after a panel signaled that the investigation into the company’s finances was getting nowhere.

  21. Cheetah Deaths in India Mar Reintroduction Efforts Science, May 19

    The animals had been extinct for more than 70 years in the country, which has just begun a program that brought 20 cheetahs from Africa to a wildlife sanctuary.

  22. Abraham Verghese’s 724-Page Novel Is a Family Affair Book Review, May 19

    The physician-author’s new book, “The Covenant of Water,” contains traces of his mother, his cousin and his own medical experience.

  23. How to Wear a Sari? A New Exhibition Counts the Ways. Styles, May 19

    “The Offbeat Sari” explores the influence and evolution of the traditional South Asian garment.

  24. A Defeat for Modi’s Party in South India Heartens His Rivals Foreign, May 13

    An overturn in Karnataka is a morale boost for the beleaguered opposition Congress party. But defeating the B.J.P. nationally remains a long shot.

  25. India Struggles to Eradicate an Old Scourge: Witch Hunting Foreign, May 13

    Once driven largely by superstition, the brutal practice is now often simply a tool to oppress women, in many cases violently.

  26. Lavish Indian Weddings Are Back and Bigger Than Ever Styles, May 13

    After a more intimate turn during the pandemic, some wealthy Indian couples are now sparing no expense when it comes to planning their extravagant, multiday celebrations.

  27. A Visa Backlog Abroad Is Taking a Toll Inside the U.S., Too Travel, April 13

    The pileup has left visitors from places like Brazil, Colombia, India and Mexico waiting months, even a year or more, to visit family or do business in America.

  28. Your Thursday Briefing: Covid Origins Hearing Opens in the U.S. N Y T Now, March 8

    Also, protests in Georgia and armed villagers in Kashmir.

  29. Your Thursday Briefing: 1.5 Million Covid Deaths in China? N Y T Now, February 15

    Also, Scotland’s leader resigns and Air India orders a record 470 planes.

  30. Your Friday Briefing: China’s Campaign Against ‘Zero-Covid’ Protesters N Y T Now, January 26

    Also, Russian missile attacks in Ukraine and a major deal for Indian women’s cricket.

  31. Your Monday Briefing: A Lunar New Year Shooting N Y T Now, January 22

    Also, New Zealand’s next leader and a Lunar New Year travel surge in China.

  32. Russia’s War Could Make It India’s World Foreign, December 31

    The invasion of Ukraine, compounding the effects of the pandemic, has contributed to the ascent of a giant that defies easy alignment. It could be the decisive force in a changing global system.

  33. Your Tuesday Briefing: China’s Space Push N Y T Now, December 12

    Plus China’s vaccination pivot and the year’s most stylish “people.”

  34. Your Monday Briefing: The Social Cost of ‘Zero Covid’ National, December 4

    Plus, Iran abolishes the morality police and Russia vows to defy an oil price cap.

  35. What Happens When a Cascade of Crises Collide? Op Ed, November 13

    Humanity faces a complex knot of seemingly distinct but entangled crises that are causing damage greater than the sum of their individual harms.

  36. Your Thursday Briefing: Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping Likely to Meet N Y T Now, September 7

    Plus India’s growing economy and China’s “zero-Covid” trap.

  37. Sharp Drop in Childhood Vaccinations Threatens Millions of Lives Science, July 15

    Pandemic lockdowns, misinformation campaigns, conflicts, climate crises and other problems diverted resources and contributed to the largest backslide in routine immunization in 30 years.

  38. W.T.O. countries agree to a limited relaxing of patent protections on coronavirus vaccines. Business, June 17

    The agreement is a limited measure that is likely to have little impact on global vaccine supply.

  39. Your Wednesday Briefing: Sievierodonetsk, Isolated N Y T Now, June 14

    The key Ukrainian city lost its last bridge as fighting intensifies.

  40. Your Monday Briefing: Russian Missiles Hit Kyiv N Y T Now, June 5

    Plus Hindus try to flee Kashmir and Taipei commemorates Tiananmen Square.

  41. Your Friday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, May 27

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  42. Your Wednesday Briefing: Sri Lanka, Out of Fuel N Y T Now, May 17

    Plus lockdowns continue in Shanghai, and India’s community health workers press for a raise.

  43. The Foot Soldiers in India’s Battle to Improve Public Health Foreign, May 17

    Over a million female health workers treat India’s most at-risk women and children, for little pay and sometimes at the cost of their own lives.

  44. Your Monday Briefing: North Korea’s Growing Outbreak N Y T Now, May 15

    Plus India bans most wheat exports and South Korea amends surgery laws.

  45. Death Toll During Pandemic Far Exceeds Totals Reported by Countries, W.H.O. Says Science, May 5

    Nearly 15 million more people died during the first two years of the pandemic than would have been expected during normal times, the organization found. The previous count of virus deaths, from countries’ reporting, was six million.