A Chinese online retailer is giving Myntra a run for its money in India

Shein and other Chinese apps are also gaining traction.

When a celebrated unicorn founder was stumped by an Indian monk who sold his Porsche

"I have never thought of these things. But, now I am."

Water—not culture and politics—is at the heart of modern Indian history

Nowhere has the search for water shaped human life as much as in India and China.

After Facebook, Google will now vet political ads ahead of India’s elections

The search engine's India-based ad database and report on transparency will go live in March,

Even Bhavish Aggarwal’s father wants to know when Ola will turn profitable

The lesser-known aspects.

In Greenland and Antarctica, supposedly “safe” ice is melting alarmingly fast

A pair of new studies has found that supposedly stable pockets of ice are melting fast, accelerating sea level rise.

The latest proposal to fund the border wall is taxing porn

To view "obscene content," Arizona residents would need to pay a $20 fee, a new bill proposes.

Apple Pay is a sleeper hit

It's taking over.

Americans: “We need a carbon tax, but keep the change”

67% of Americans favored a carbon tax that funded ecological restoration to cut climate change.

How to stream all this year’s best picture Oscar nominees

Where to go for your pre-Oscars binge.

The US Army says Iran is the only victor of the Iraq War


Most US parents use unscientific folklore methods to combat the cold

A new survey shows 70% of parents use unscientific means to try and protect their kids from the common cold.