Nimisha Jaiswal

Nimisha Jaiswal is a reporter based in India.

Nimisha Jaiswal is a reporter based in India.

Shabbir Hussain reaches the finish line of the Khardung La Ultra Marathon, coming in first with a time of 6 hours and 23 minutes.

In a fragile ecosystem, people converge to run at 11,000 feet


This month, the city of Leh, Ladakh’s capital, greeted a unique set of visitors — runners. Thousands flocked to participate in the Ladakh Marathon.

India's Supreme Court

Gay rights activists find new hope as India recognizes the right to privacy

A general view of the residential apartments is pictured at Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi

If you’re single, a lawyer or Muslim, Delhi’s apartments aren’t for you

A security woman stands guard outside the Group of TB Hospitals in Mumbai, India

India’s battle with TB continues to take lives. And treatment is still hard to manage.

A television journalist sets up his camera inside the premises of the Supreme Court

Indian court rules that men need protection from women making unsubstantiated domestic harassment claims

Vrindavan widows Holi

India is asking why its festival of colors is an excuse for groping


Holi celebrates color and spring, but the holiday has a dark side.

Srinivas Kuchibhotla vigil

After Kansas, Indians fear for the safety of their loved ones in Trump’s America


Srinivas Kuchibhotla’s killing in Kansas was major news in India.

Sign language in India

With a deaf community of millions, hearing India is only just beginning to sign


These Indians are pushing for sign language to be officially recognized.

Hindu Sena for Trump

In India, Trump’s victory draws exhilaration and fear

Global Politics

Some Hindu nationalists in India had a heads-up that Donald Trump was going to take the presidency.

a man crosses a road in New Delhi, India

Behind Delhi’s thick cloud of smoke? A lot of denial.


As the Indian city chokes on toxic air, authorities frantically pass the buck about who’s to blame.