India's New Prime Minister Sworn In

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After Landslide Victory, Modi Becomes India's Prime Minister

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Brash On The Campaign Trail, Modi Steps Into Parliament Humble

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India's Next Prime Minister Ready To Act On Mandate

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In Sea Change Election, Young India Ushers In A New Political Era

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After Weeks Of Voting, India's Opposition Party Gets A Sweeping Win

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Opposition Party Wins, India's Congress Party Concedes Defeat

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Voting In India's Election Is Wrapping Up

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After Everest Tragedy, Who Pays When Climbing Season's Suspended?

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Kaji Sherpa, 39, survived the April 18 avalanche on Mount Everest. He says he will never set foot on the mountain again and work as a farmer instead. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Injured Sherpa Explains Why He'll Never Climb Mount Everest Again

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Abhina Aher was born a boy biologically and is now a hijra, a member of an ancient transgender community in India. Of her painful physical and psychological transformation, Aher remembers now: "I just wanted to become a beautiful butterfly." Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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A Journey Of Pain And Beauty: On Becoming Transgender In India

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The R.C. Jewelry Store in New Delhi. Indian women have always treasured gold for its beauty and for providing a measure of social security. Today it is also being used to give them a larger say in the family's finances. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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A Gold Obsession Pays Dividends For Indian Women

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Out Of Delhi, A Potential Sea Change For India Election

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A woman in the northeastern Indian state of Tripura receives her identity card back from an election official on Monday. India began six weeks of voting in a country where more than 800 million are registered to cast ballots. Saurabh Das/AP hide caption

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India's Election: Six Weeks Long, 814 Million Potential Voters

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