A man’s search for his kidnapped children in India and Nepal.
The social network positioned its plan to bring the internet to millions of Indians as a gift. The country saw a catch.
An Indian boy ran 40 miles at age 4. Fame followed—and a custody battle.
How 2-minute noodles became a half-billion dollar debacle for Nestlé in India.
Carrying babies for foreign couples was once touted as a win-win for everyone involved. Indian women, however, were often left with little to show for their efforts.
A murder involving one of the India’s celebrity couples has mesmerized the country and exposed some of its darkest fears.
The women would walk 10 miles from the village to the meat packing plants. Their pay supported drunk husbands and hungry children. When they were told to stop, they broke with tradition and went to the law.
The bribery scandal, involving tests given for coveted government jobs and medical school admissions, began implicating high-ranking officials. Then people started turning up dead.
Old India and new, viewed through the prism of the writer’s hometown.