A tense start to the year in New Delhi.
To know India’s future we must first understand Hindu nationalism’s past.
Jat protesters block a national highway.
Young Indians have been left desperate by an era of jobless growth.
Secular Meat, 2016, Sajan Mani.
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Faced with fake history, Indian artists are digging up the past.
Students at Jawaharlal Nehru University protest the arrest of student leader Kanhaiya Kumar.
Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi has been rocked by protests both opposing and supporting the arrest of Kanhaiya Kumar.
India has hit ‘dislike’ on Facebook.
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The decision of an Indian regulator to make Facebook Free Basics illegal saw reason trump propaganda.
The destructive meteor trace that fell on Chelyabinsk, Russia, in 2013.
A meteoriticist takes a look at the evidence surrounding a tragic death – and gives her verdict on whether it was caused by a meteorite.
Protests in Bangalore after the suicide of student Rohith Vemula.
Discrimination is rife – and at the very highest levels.
India's smart cities mission is evolving – and it has some issues to iron out, if it's to work out for the good of all.
Window of opportunity? A boy watches a protest by India’s Dalits in Ahmedabad.
India's former 'untouchables' are struggling to make a mark in business – despite some high-profile successes.
Free Basics is only some people’s idea of ‘equality’.
Free Basics may be free to the user, but it'll cost India's economy in the long run.
Over the next 10 years, there is forecast to be 14 million more students studying in India.
India has invested hugely in to reforming its higher education sector – Australia must view this as an opportunity to capitalise on this growth through partnerships and training schemes.
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Air quality in the Indian capital is so bad that the government has instigated a vehicle ban.
Melbourne woman Lynette Rowe is one of around 10,000 people born with thalidomide-related disabilities.
Thalidomide is notorious for causing death and disability but it – and its derivatives – are proving useful for conditions such as leprosy.
Poor planning can make natural disasters much, much worse.
There's a huge gap between what India claims it can do, and what it's actually doing to bring down emissions.
Ahead of the Paris climate summit, protesters in the Philippines march for climate justice.
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A narrow debate of what countries should pay to respond to climate change obscures a bigger moral discussion that touches on economics, ethics and people's relationship to the natural world.
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Strength in numbers matters in the world of solar energy.
India’s Narendra Modi has the power to scupper US President Obama’s climate legacy.
India seems to have set its sights on trying to water down the Paris climate agreement. As long as the talks insist on full consensus, it may get its way.
India has emerged as one of the key, and most intriguing, voices at the COP21 talks in Paris. In the first three days of the conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has committed to playing a constructive…
Police commandos from India’s northern state of Punjab take part in a laughter exercise during a yoga session.
Does yoga in the West constitute cultural appropriation? We talk culture, pride and 50 years of Light on Yoga.