India and China accuse each other of firing warning shots for the first time in 45 years.
India has surpassed Brazil, but despite the spike, the government is continuing with its reopening plans – including resuming metro rail services.
The government says it is spending $20bn on giving free rice, wheat and lentils to 800 million people.
Six months after city’s worst religious riots in decades, rights groups and families call for investigation and action.
But environmentalists say no amount of the explosive chemical is safe when stored in large quantities.
While many private schools move classes online, millions of other children have no access to computers or internet.
Coronavirus restrictions and lack of access mean millions of children losing out on their education.
The BJP government denies accusations the charges against the left-wing activists are politically motivated.
About 60 percent of the Kaziranga National Park in the state of Assam is underwater and dozens of animals have been killed.
Flooding is posing an extra challenge this year as the government tries to stop the spread of the coronavirus.