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The Lynching of Syed Sarifuddin Khan

India is facing a horrific rape crisis. But in India’s northeast, ethnic tensions may have led to an innocent man’s murder.

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Delhi’s New Chief Minister Wants to Radically Democratize Public Spending. Can It Work?

Letting the people dictate the budget is unprecedented for Delhi, but it draws on a quarter-century of other "participatory budgeting" programs in India and around the world.

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India's ban on a new documentary about rape has nothing to do with preventing violence against women

India's ban on a new documentary about rape has nothing to do with preventing violence against women. And it won’t solve the country’s sexual assault problem.

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The Fog of War Over India’s Polluted Skies

The United States is putting pressure on India to get serious about air pollution. But can New Delhi keep its factories humming and cut smog at the same time?

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