The cultural bond between India and the UK is unravelling, thanks to harsher visa rules and Brexit. We look to British Asians to find out more.
The Taj Mahal Palace, which looks like the bastard child of Sandringham and St Pancras Station, is India’s biggest and most epically decadent hotel.
Chinese pressure on the city's government is pushing the situation into dangerous territory.
Laws like India's Section 377, which condemns gay sex as "unnatural", exist in 42 countries across the Commonwealth. It's time to repeal them.
Look, mum, no hands!
Despite tragedy, two Afghan women explain how they refuse to be cowed by militants from carrying out their work.
What I learned from the crippling gridlock in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Why is the Filipino capital so sensitive?
It is mind-boggling that such an audacious attack should be possible in such a major airport in a major city. What does it say about the state of Karachi, and of Pakistan, that it was able to happen at all?
New non-fiction books by the novelists Arundhati Roy and Rana Dasgupta examine India’s troubled relationship with capitalism and the blurred links between political and business elites.
The events of 4 June 1989 continue to generate new crimes – the crime of remembering, and the crime of forgetting.
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