An estimated 250 million workers participated in a national strike against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s farm reforms.
Studies suggest heightened risks from pollution are common in major cities in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.
Would Biden and Modi get along? While much is made of leaders’ personal chemistry, the larger trend is that the world’s two biggest democracies are growing closer.
Because 40 percent of immigrants from India arrived in the United States after 2010, their political impact is just beginning to be felt.
Opposition parties have united to call for Imran Khan’s resignation—and for the army to stay out of politics.
A national jewelry brand withdrew an advertisement featuring an interfaith marriage after social media backlash.
The United States may shun multilateralism, but it is successfully uniting Australia, India, and Japan against China.
New Delhi and Beijing have had several opportunities to talk to each other. Neither side can reduce tensions until they improve trust and transparency.
A report suggests that the social media giant ignored its own hate speech rules to further its business. Now it faces a crisis in its biggest market.
Indians are celebrating the rise of one of their own in the United States. But a Biden administration won’t give New Delhi a free pass.
By breaking ground on a controversial Hindu temple on the anniversary of the abrogation of Kashmir, New Delhi makes a big statement about secularism in India.
Aug. 5 marks one year since Modi revoked Kashmir’s special status. But Kashmiris will be mostly cut off—high-speed internet has been shut off to the region once again.