Ramadan just ended and with it the period of daylight fasting observed by most Muslims around the world. In India especially, the fast is often broken with a dish called haleem, a sort of meat porridge that manages to bridge the religious divide and appeal to all manners of Indians.
As many as four percent of children in India are born with crossed eyes. Treatment is widely available, often for free, yet many families don't pursue it because of a widespread superstition. Many believe that a cross-eyed child brings good luck.
Reporter Anu Anand is based in Delhi. She tells host Lisa Mullins that Narenda Modi has cultivated a pro-business image in the western Indian state of Gujaret, and has helped make it one of the richest states in India.