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As India grows in international stature, its diplomatic corps is increasingly outclassed, outnumbered and out of date
The Muslim quest for inclusion in the new India
Why Disney bought Ronnie Screwvala
What lies between Myanmar’s totalitarian past and its uncertain future
How the denim industry’s downward price pressure exposes Bangladesh’s garment workers to lung disease
Twenty million Mumbaikars depend on the services of 600,000 auto-rickshaw drivers most of them migrants, who lives in a different Mumbai. Here’s a map.
What happens when 25 years of single-caste rule in a small panchayat in Rajasthan is challenged by Dalit reservation?
Armed with his father’s legacy and a politics made of promises, Jagan Mohan Reddy is determined to make history