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  1. The Specter of Caste in Silicon Valley Op Ed, Yesterday

    Indian immigrants from Dalit backgrounds are rising up against caste discrimination at their workplaces in the United States.

  2. India Coronavirus 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. As India Struggles With Coronavirus, Bollywood’s Biggest Star Tests Positive Foreign, July 12

    Amitabh Bachchan, whose face is everywhere in the country, checked into a hospital with mild symptoms. His son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter have also become infected.

  4. Caught Between Indian and Chinese Troops, at 15,000 Feet Foreign, July 11

    Ladakh is a place of high-altitude pastures, lonely herders and desolate moonscapes — and a byword for intractable geopolitical disputes.

  5. Hindu God in a Music Video? A K-Pop Band Runs Afoul of Fans Foreign, July 11

    A tempest over the band Blackpink’s use of a Hindu god in a video was the latest example of K-pop fans holding artists to account — while staying fiercely loyal.

  6. Saroj Khan, Choreographer Who Made Bollywood Sparkle, Dies at 71 Obits, July 3

    After entering the industry as a child actress, Ms. Khan went on to choreograph some of the most memorable performances of the 1980s and ’90s.

  7. Days After a Wedding, a Dead Groom and Dozens of Coronavirus Cases Foreign, July 2

    Officials in India have opened an investigation into the gathering after more than 100 wedding guests tested positive for the coronavirus.

  8. With India’s TikTok Ban, the World’s Digital Walls Grow Higher Business, June 30

    Censorship and politics are fracturing the global internet, isolating users and industries accustomed to ignoring national borders.

  9. India Bans Nearly 60 Chinese Apps, Including TikTok and WeChat Foreign, June 29

    The move is part of the tit-for-tat retaliation after the Indian and Chinese militaries clashed earlier this month.

  10. India’s Capital Faces a ‘Swarmageddon’ of Locusts Foreign, June 29

    The country is weathering its worst invasion in more than two decades. With the monsoon season looming, scientists worry that the worst is yet to come.

  11. India Debates Skin-Tone Bias as Beauty Companies Alter Ads Foreign, June 28

    America’s intense conversation on race has focused attention on a type of discrimination that has long vexed India.

  12. Celebrating India’s Innovative Spirit Through Design Foreign, June 26

    Many designers in the country have looked to the West for inspiration. Divya Thakur is at the forefront of moves to change that.

  13. China’s Military Provokes Its Neighbors, but the Message Is for the United States Foreign, June 26

    From the Himalayas to the South China Sea, China is pressing its territorial claims aggressively, raising the possibility of additional deadly clashes.

  14. Lightning and Violent Rainstorms Kill Scores in India Foreign, June 25

    The victims included many farmers working in their fields and children playing outside. At least 83 were reported killed by lightning in the Indian state of Bihar.

  15. 8 Hospitals in 15 Hours: A Pregnant Woman’s Crisis in the Pandemic Foreign, June 21

    Her baby was coming, and her complications were growing more dangerous. But nowhere would take her — an increasingly common story as India’s health care system buckles under pressure.

  16. How China and India Came to Lethal Blows Op Ed, June 19

    Beijing saw a threat in New Delhi’s steady improvement of borderland infrastructure and renewed Indian claims on disputed territory.

  17. Johnson & Johnson Will Stop Selling Skin-Whitening Lotions Express, June 19

    The Neutrogena and Clean & Clear products, which were advertised as dark-spot reducers and were sold in Asia and the Middle East, will soon come off the shelves, the manufacturer said.

  18. 4 Great Sushant Singh Rajput Roles to Stream Culture, June 19

    In his relatively short career, Rajput rose to leading man. Here are some of his best performances.

  19. Will India Side With the West Against China? A Test Is at Hand Foreign, June 19

    The United States and its allies have long wanted India’s help in confronting China. Now, a deadly border clash seems likely to push India in that direction.

  20. What Have We Learned About Reopening? Op Ed, June 18

    Some countries have handled it better than others. Which path will the United States take?

  21. Anger Surges in India Over Deadly Border Brawl With China Foreign, June 18

    Protests and boycotts are the talk of the day as Indians grapple with the deaths of 20 soldiers in chaotic clashes with Chinese troops.

  22. Mexico, India, Ireland and Norway Win Seats on U.N. Security Council Foreign, June 17

    Canada lost, again, in a three-way race for two of the vacant seats on the 15-member council, the most powerful U.N. body.

  23. In 5 Countries, Overwhelming Majorities Want Cleaner Air, Poll Finds Climate, June 17

    A new survey in five countries found significant support for stricter air quality regulations and enforcement of existing rules.

  24. In China-India Clash, Two Nationalist Leaders With Little Room to Give Foreign, June 17

    Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi have sought to project a muscular global profile despite their countries’ problems. Backing down could hurt their efforts.

  25. India-China Border Dispute: A Conflict Explained Foreign, June 17

    The deaths of 20 Indian soldiers in a brawl with Chinese troops was the deadliest clash between the two nuclear-armed nations in decades, but hardly the first.

  26. For China and India, a Border Dispute That Never Ended Foreign, June 16

    The countries went to war over the boundary in the Himalayas in 1962. Despite an uneasy truce and a “Line of Actual Control,” clashes still erupt.

  27. For China and India, a Border Dispute That Never Ended Foreign, June 16

    The countries went to war over the boundary in the Himalayas in 1962. Despite an uneasy truce and a “Line of Actual Control,” clashes still erupt.

  28. Worst Clash in Decades on Disputed India-China Border Kills 20 Indian Troops Foreign, June 16

    Under nationalist leaders, the nuclear-armed rivals have been increasingly assertive toward neighbors, risking open conflict. They have contested their Himalayan border for generations.

  29. 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.