1. Tiny Love Stories: ‘His Shirtless Picture Caught My Eye’ Style, Yesterday

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

  2. Modi Prepares to Welcome Trump to India World, Yesterday

    The February visit would be a welcome distraction for both nationalistic leaders, who face deepening political troubles at home.

  3. India Restores Some Internet Access in Kashmir After Long Shutdown World, January 26

    The announcement applied only to 301 websites, and many Kashmiris said they were still in an information black hole.

  4. At Border of 2 Nuclear-Armed Nations: Machine Guns, Anxiety and Dancing World, January 25

    Every evening along the India-Pakistan border, the two sides stage enormous nationalistic pep rallies, whose highlight is a military “stomp-off.”

  5. Mystery of the Royal Family of Oudh Unravels a Bit More World, January 23

    Times readers and government documents have provided new information about a family who for decades convinced journalists and Indian officials that they were royalty.

  6. A Bollywood Star Takes on a Global Stigma Style, January 21

    Deepika Padukone’s new movie, “Chhapaak,” highlights the activism of survivors of acid attacks.

  7. India Targets Jeff Bezos Over Amazon and Washington Post Technology, January 20

    Like Trump, India is pressuring both of Mr. Bezos’ businesses as its leaders become more nationalistic toward foreign companies and news media.

  8. A Blow to the Head Makes an Instant Hero in India World, January 17

    Aishe Ghosh, a young woman who was set upon at a campus demonstration, has become an icon in India’s growing protest movement.

  9. You Don’t Need to Travel to Profit From International Stocks Business, January 17

    How investors can use indexes to spot opportunities in global stock markets without adding risk.

  10. Indian General Talks of ‘Deradicalization Camps’ for Kashmiris World, January 17

    It’s unclear what Gen. Bipin Rawat, chief of India’s defense staff, meant. But rights activists fear that something like what China has introduced for Uighurs could be coming.

  11. Meteorite or Volcano? New Clues to the Dinosaurs’ Demise Science, January 16

    Twin calamities marked the end of the Cretaceous period, and scientists are presenting new evidence of which drove one of Earth’s great extinctions.

  12. Los comerciantes de la sed en Español, January 13

    En Nepal y en muchos otros países, como Bolivia e India, las empresas privadas de camiones cisterna se han beneficiado de la escasez de agua.

  13. Oyo Scales Back as SoftBank-Funded Companies Retreat Technology, January 13

    The Indian hospitality start-up is losing hotel rooms and has stepped back from more than 200 cities as part of a broader pullback by firms financed by SoftBank.

  14. Welcome to India, Mr. Bezos. Here’s an Antitrust Complaint. Technology, January 13

    India opened a formal investigation into Jeff Bezos’ Amazon and its leading rival, Flipkart, just before his first visit in five years.

  15. With Demand Rising, Airlines Add Flights to India Business, January 13

    More companies are setting up shop in the country, and more Indians who live elsewhere are returning to visit. Plus, tourism is growing.

  16. The Merchants of Thirst Business, January 11

    In Nepal and many other countries, private tanker operators profit from growing water scarcity.

  17. Masked Men Attack Students in Rampage at University in New Delhi World, January 5

    Dozens were hurt by attackers who shouted Hindu slogans. Some students said they belonged to a far-right Hindu group, which denied involvement.

  18. Acusan a la policía de India de maltratar a musulmanes en Español, January 4

    Mientras aumentan las manifestaciones ciudadanas en rechazo a una ley de ciudadanía en India, surgen reportes sobre abusos y medidas extremas por parte de las autoridades.

  19. As India Violence Gets Worse, Police Are Accused of Abusing Muslims World, January 2

    As demonstrations over a citizenship law sweep India, more accounts are emerging of mistreatment and harsh tactics by police and state officials.

  20. At SoftBank’s Jewel in India: ‘Toxic’ Culture and Troubling Incidents Technology, January 2

    Oyo aims to be the world’s biggest hotel chain. But its growth was fueled by questionable practices, employees said.

  21. India Cold Wave Breaks Records, Shuts Schools and Makes Bad Air Worse World, January 1

    Across the north, including New Delhi, plunging temperatures have caused a run on shelters in a region more used to extreme heat.

  22. Rocket Launches, Trips to Mars and More 2020 Space and Astronomy Events Science, January 1

    A year full of highs and lows in space just ended, and the 12 months to come will be full of new highlights in orbit and beyond.

  23. In 2019, Netflix and Amazon Set Their Sights on India Arts, December 30

    TV’s streaming wars are a global contest, and this year India became one of the most hotly contested fronts.