Articles by Chopra, Anuj
The effects of climate change are already increasing the hardships for an impoverished nation.
Even as polls show a quarter of Indians want a war with Pakistan, India's government is not so eager.
After boom times, many Indians now worry about big debts for those new cars, TVs, and other purchases.
The regime faces criticism from an unexpected source.
A draft Iranian law would mandate the death penalty for apostasy.
Rough-edged underground musicians connect with the disaffected, under-30 crowd.
The regime tries to muzzle its younger generation with threats, detention, and torture.
Corrupt doctors and middlemen take from the poor and sell to rich foreigners who seek transplants.
A modest advance in rat-catching technology is improving people's lives in rural India.