The U.S. president departs New Delhi without delivering on an “incredible” trade deal despite years of high-level negotiations.
Next week, the leaders of the world’s two largest democracies will try to highlight their areas of agreement—but the trendlines show growing cracks.
State election results show that India’s voters can reward leaders who shun divisive politics and implement welfare policies, but don’t expect the prime minister to change his Hindu nationalist politics just yet.
While there are few reported cases in South Asia so far, an outbreak of China’s new coronavirus could overwhelm the region.
The region’s leaders are expected to discuss the potential peace deal in Afghanistan and the economy.
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos wants to invest billions in India’s e-commerce market. The country’s trade lobbies will be a powerful obstacle.
A mob attack on a New Delhi campus gives fresh impetus to nationwide protests against a controversial citizenship law.
A look back at the biggest political and economic shifts in the region.
Modi’s new citizenship act challenges secularism by injecting religion into national policy. As nationwide protests mount, has the prime minister gone too far?
Newly released interviews on the U.S. war reveal the coordinated spin effort and dodgy metrics behind a forever war.
Modi’s government defends its stewardship even as it seeks to reverse a sharp economic slowdown.
New rules force companies to give up their privacy and steer clear of social networks and Wi-Fi if they want their internet back. Regular citizens still have no access, 113 days into a digital blackout.