Data shows the world’s biggest democracy hasn’t flattened the curve—it’s only delayed its peak.
The two nuclear powers have long had their differences. But the pandemic has led to some frayed nerves—and revealed longer-term ambitions.
The U.S.-Taliban peace deal is dealt yet another blow as Kabul moves its security forces into “offensive mode.”
India’s new contact tracing app leads to concerns over privacy, security, and surveillance.
India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh are home to nearly a quarter of the world’s population but account for only 2 percent of confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Facebook is making its single biggest investment in India’s Reliance Jio. The move could impact the online future of the world’s largest democracy.
As India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh extend their nationwide coronavirus shutdowns, policymakers examine whether one-size-fits-all measures make sense for the months ahead.
The coronavirus crisis will disproportionately harm the millions of migrant workers and homeless people at severe risk of being exposed.
India has announced a complete lockdown for 21 days. But with community spread of the coronavirus already underway, is it too late?
When community spread begins, social distancing will hardly be effective in a region with one-fourth of the world’s population.
The number of cases is likely far higher than the reported data. The question now is how far COVID-19 will spread and what its impact will be.
After last week’s riots, experts say that police complicity could breed impunity among Hindu mobs across India.