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Tailor to Tzars: The story of the Indian ‘master cutter’ i...

Illustration by Ramandeep Kaur Lenin’s mausoleum, Saint Basil’s cathedral, and the gigantic GUM department store: Nest...

Children on the edge of life: Afghanistan's innocent victi...

Harija, 6, lives with her parents and five siblings in a tiny two-room house made of compacted earth in a remote desert communit...

Sword-wielding Indian granny keeps ancient martial art ali...

At 79 years old, Meenakshi Amma, right, remains a feisty proponent and practitioner of Kalaripayattu, an ancient...

A Kashmir gun smith's last stand

Nazeer Ahmad Zaroo, whose family have been making rifles in Kashmir since the middle of last century. The Zaroo Gun Factory is one of...

Shah Rukh Khan was India. And then India changed

File photo of Shah Rukh Khan | Anindito Mukherjee/Bloomberg There are three things intrinsic to the legend of Shah Rukh Khan, one...

Fighting Myanmar's regime with compassion and military ski...

David Eubank, founder of the Free Burma Rangers aid organization, rescues a 5-year-old Demoa after her mother was killed by Islamists...

Exploring the brands Malala wore in her stunning Vogue pho...

Malala Yousafzai's being on the cover of British Vogue has been the talk of the town for days. If you've seen the g...

Bangladesh's first trans school ignites hope for acceptanc...

Hijras take lessons in the Quran, Bengali, English, math and social sciences at the madrassa  Riya was given away by her...

Rediscovering Sri Lanka through a travel memoir

Colombo's Mount Lavinia Hotel in the 1960s. One of Asia's legendary colonial hotels, it was managed by the author's father thr...