Indian Summer (Cover Story)

Many of the years since independence were ones of promise undelivered. But India is beginning to live up to its dreams — perhaps encouraging neighbors to emulate its success

A Family's Journey (Cover Story)

Three generations of the Malhotra clan have shared their country's tears, happiness and triumphs

Beyond Faith (Cover Story)

On the subcontinent, Islam is more than a creed. It possesses the power to unite a nation — yet divide a people

Soldier of Fortune (Cover Story)

To strike it rich in India's changing economy, follow the trail of ex-cavalry officer K.P. Singh, who used insight, guts and luck to build a real estate empire — and reaped a $20 billion bonanza

The India Advantage (Cover Story)

Democracy is loud and messy, but its resilience in India shows that it is neither alien to Asia nor an obstacle to prosperity

Essay: Business as Usual (Cover Story)

India's rise isn't a miraculous novelty, it's a return to traditional global trade patterns

Rising Star (To Our Readers)

To write about the 60th anniversary of India's independence from Britain is to notice something different in the air. Doubt is out; confidence is catching on





Light Show (On Show)

A new Vermeer museum in Delft gives art lovers the whole picture

Cobbled Together (A Weekend in ... Tallinn)

An eclectic history has left this Baltic capital with a broad array of delights