SOUTH ASIA

An Unlikely Esports Star Emerges From Pakistan

From humble beginnings in the esports backwater of Pakistan, Arslan Ash has become one of the game’s biggest stars.

Locked Up But Undeterred, India's Voice Against Discrimination

Safoora Zargar, pregnant and in jail for speaking out against India's anti-Muslim citizenship law, is the face of a movement.

Melania Loves It. Will the World Now Embrace Delhi’s ‘Happiness Curriculum’?

In one the world's most competitive education systems, a dose of “happiness” is offering an example to others.

Is South Asia a Ticking Time Bomb for the Coronavirus?

The planet's most densely populated region has its fewest reported cases of the virus.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

The Final Frontier in the Fight Against Polio? Sewers

Health experts are increasingly sifting through wastewater to make sure the virus doesn't fight back, lessons that could also apply to COVID-19.

Could Modi's Break With Diplomatic Tradition Help Trump?

For decades, India has studiously made sure it can't be accused of picking sides in foreign elections.

A Trans Judge Fights for India's Disenfranchised

Judge Swati Baruah is taking on India's government for excluding trans people in its citizen registry.

Why India and Kashmir Are Headed Back to the 1990s

Abrogating Jammu and Kashmir’s special status is a mistake that Delhi will regret.

Playing Matchmaker: Indian Kids Arrange Marriages for Mom and Dad

For centuries, Indian parents have been tasked with finding partners for their children and organizing marriages.

These Brutal Blindings Shook a Nation ... and They're Still Happening

This blinding case eventually led to repercussions — but its ill effects still echo in one Indian state.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Just Let Me Speak to My Family

Kashmir has changed forever, and tens of thousands of Kashmiris away from home can’t even check on their loved ones.

She Keeps Fake News From Getting Deadly — Because WhatsApp Won't

Indian Police Service officer Rema Rajeshwari stopped WhatsApp lynchings and fake news in at least 400 villages.

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