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Deep Dive: Inside the Indian Twittersphere

How the BJP exploited Twitter and created the world’s largest non-stop political campaign.

Our Top 15 Stories on Love

From interracial relationships to 18th-century Urdu poetry to an ode to the guava, dive into our favorite stories about love.

The Lost History of Bengali Harlem

The stories of working-class South Asians in New York City point to a history beyond the narrative of assimilation.

Celebrating Black History Month

To mark the start of Black History Month, we revisit the often-overlooked and intertwined histories between Black and South Asian communities.

Why Some Pakistanis Will Miss Trump

For many living in Pakistan, Trump’s administration will be remembered as a respite from drone strikes, and from the war in Afghanistan.

The Rise and Fall of India’s Congress Party

How the party of the left turned “secularism” into a dirty word.

How Lijjat Became a Global Papad Brand

The story of a women-owned cooperative that turned 80 rupees into a business worth millions of dollars.

2020 in Review: Our Top 10 Stories on Food

Our most drool-worthy food features from the year.

Our Top 15 Stories of 2020

The most-read articles this year.

Sex, War, and Saadat Hasan Manto

A writer who sought both justice and pleasure, Manto told the truth but didn’t preach it.

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