Where Britain's sun never sets Building: Inside the now-gleaming Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the glory days of a once-gilded empire live on.
India, Bangladesh use water to improve relationship Ganges treaty is model for efforts to heal longtime disagreements
Thaw in India-Pakistan cold war SAARC summit: Rival leaders talk the same languages, Urdu and Punjabi.
If they knew what a buffalo means to an Indian
My mother hated Gandhi
The rising superpower is running out of power
Native Customs Gatherings: Visitors to the Southwest can get acquainted with American Indians at powwows, fairs and dances.
Fathers and children learn Indian lore together Parents' participation is key in YMCA program
India moves toward temperance Liquor: As the women of rural India have declared war on their husbands' abuse of alcohol, the country's politicians have taken notice, and so temperance has become a national issue.
Gurkhas at home in Hong Kong Soldiers: Many of the fabled fighters from Nepal, finding themselves out of work as Britain leaves its colony, are choosing to stay on the island after it reverts to Chinese rule.
Indians at home on the field Cricket: Far from their native country, Indian students remember their roots by playing ball at the Johns Hopkins University.
Sovereign peoples, wards of the state
Why India needs its nuclear option
India keeps its nuclear option Test ban blow: Veto of treaty threatens weapons proliferation.
Auction of war shirt angers Sioux leaders Garment reportedly worn by Crazy Horse; FBI investigates case
Attorney Gadhia gets jail, no fine Campaign fund-raiser to serve three months for donation scheme
Sean Callahan, man on a mission Profile: New director of human resources for Catholic Relief Services, back from the poorest regions of India, sees much of the same inhumanity in America.
Suspicion stalks Asian capital Terrorism: Sri Lanka was once regarded as a tropical paradise in the Indian Ocean. But the nation's civil war has come to the capital, Colombo, casting a pall of fear and suspicion over the city.
Pakistan, India put it all, except goal, on line Field hockey scoreless tie saves face, but not medal; ATLANTA OLYMPICS
Dalai Lama has an ally: Mongolia Revival: All but banned in its own country, the Tibetan Buddhism of the exiled Dalai Lama is having a revival in Mongolia. And China is upset.
Trade is trumps, not technology
Md. Asians joining GOP Power: Republicans with roots in India, the Philippines and other nations of the region are banding together to strengthen their voice.
India, Pakistan appear ready to open talks after 30 months Kashmir believed likely to top list of issues
India tries the left New government: Congress Party stays out, dictates how long it will last.
Latest government for India is off to a shaky start 2nd leader in 17 days faces unruly 13-party coalition
U.S. should not buy foreign politicians
Who needs nuclear testing?
India's election upheaval Congress Party falls: The choice between leftists and Hindu extremists.
The crime of Lalit Gadhia Money launderer: Illegal fund-raising was to help India in Congress.
Indians can expect an extreme government What's unclear is whether it will be far right or left
Campaign fund-raiser admits guilt Democratic backer laundered $46,000 from Indian Embassy; Gadhia faces 5-year term; Four Md. lawmakers unwittingly took illegal donations
Hindu leader is favored to be India's next premier Election math, however, may prevent party victory
THE LOGISTICS of India's election defy the...
The real crisis in the subcontinent
Spirits high at Indian polls Democratic process gives pleasure, hope to voters in 11th general election
Spirits high at Indian polls Process is joy to voters at 11th general election
Too near the edge in India dTC
Visiting the world of Buffalo Soldiers History: Tour package recalls the 10,000 black men who served in the U.S. Army during the Indian Wars of the late 19th century.
For Sikh, Domino's doesn't deliver Despite orders to give man job, firm stands; by clean-shaven policy
For now, Sonia Gandhi won't be life of the party Many in India believed slain leader's widow was ruling group's last hope
Ruling will be far-reaching, Indian-rights groups say Gambling decision is expected to limit recourse in other areas
Terrorism that cannot succeed Sri Lanka: Tamil Tigers demand the impossible, and kill for it.
India seeks promises of nuclear disarmament Government weighs staging its second atomic test
The new nuclear age
Why children die 'silent deaths' Off the radar screen: While diseases such as AIDS and Ebola get the attention, millions of Third World children die every year of easily preventable or treatable diseases.
Covering the market in Pendleton blankets Market Value: Chicago specialist buys and sells them, along with vintage Indian trade types.
Dinesh Singh, 70, a former foreign minister...
New Native Americans are blond and fearful
Indian culture, Jewish tradition Hanging on: For two millennia, the world's cultures have mingled in Cochin, India. But the long-present Jewish tradition is ebbing. Fewer than 50 Jewish families are left in the ancient commercial crossroads.