India is on high alert this week as the country marks the one year anniversary of strikes that paralyzed Mumbai last year. In the second part of her series, Miranda Kennedy reports on the growing alienation of Mumbai's Muslims.
Anchor Marco Werman talks with senior ProPublica reporter Sebastian Rotella about the trial in Chicago of Tahawwur Rana in connection with the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Rotella has written extensively on this case in the Washington Post.
Parvati Pujari is the first member of her Mumbai family to get a college degree. She's also the first of her sisters not to be married off young. And she played on India's national women's rugby team. By working with other women to coach sports in this poor part of the city, she's passing on the attributes that helped her overcome her obstacles and achieve her dream.
Food writer Steve Dolinsky is just back from London, where he has been sampling some seriously upscale Indian food. Gone is the $7.95 all-you-can-eat buffet. The British capital now has more than half a dozen Indian places with coveted Michelin stars. Bacon wrapped with naan. Need we say more?