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By Associated Press
India’s health system is collapsing amid a tsunami of COVID-19 cases—the highest in the world. As patients struggle to find hospital beds, doctors are sounding the alarm on dwindling medical supplies, including oxygen, on Twitter. Meanwhile, the Modi govt., which…
By PBS NewsHour
A cyclone in the Arabian Sea is barreling toward India’s business capital Mumbai, threatening to deliver high winds and flooding to an area already struggling with the nation’s highest number of coronavirus infections and deaths.
By Aniruddha Ghosal, Emily Schmall, Associated Press
In 2008, a series of terror attacks rocked Mumbai, ultimately killing more than 160 people over three chaotic days. Now the horrific experience of those trapped in a hotel during the siege is being shared in “Hotel Mumbai.” Amna Nawaz…
By Amna Nawaz
“The Heart is a Shifting Sea” is a story of modern love told through the eyes of three Indian couples in Mumbai. The NewsHour’s Elizabeth Flock spent years following how these men and women navigate marriage and relationships at a…
By News Desk
Boys fight for the ball during their soccer practice at a park in Mumbai, India on March 2, 2017.
At age nine, Arsh Shah Dilbagi asked his parents for a puppy; they gave him a Lego kit instead. Undeterred, Arsh used it to construct a dog. Now 17, the tech prodigy is still building his dreams from scratch. His…
By Larisa Epatko
Several years ago, Erin Zaikis was working in rural Thailand. She was surprised to see how many children in the village didn’t wash their hands with soap, much less know what soap was.
Slum Dwellers International, an advocacy organization started in India, has had success rallying large numbers of marginalized people to push for their rights and get basic amenities like toilets, electricity and permanent shelter. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro talks…
The 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai, India, that killed 166 people were masterminded by Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley. Margret Warner and Sebastian Rotella of ProPublica and Frontline discuss how American law enforcement and intelligence agencies missed several opportunities to thwart…
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