The ideas of Mahatma Gandhi are currently enjoying a resurgence – but is this a consequence of our post-truth age or of something deeper?
Child undernourishment rates are worse in India than in Ethiopia.
Canada needs to diversify its trade beyond the United States and increase links to rapidly growing emerging market economies, particularly in Asia, despite the "anti-China" clause in the USMCA.
When it comes to tackling unacceptable forms of work, lessons can be learned from the global South.
Born Farrokh Bulsara, Mercury came from a Parsi family that practiced Zoroastrianism, a religion that influenced Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Standing 240m tall, the Statue of Unity celebrates India's development. But jarringly, it towers over a divisive and environmentally damaging dam project.
In a country where 26% of the population has access to mobile internet, India's working class women are finding other ways to fight the patriarchy.
If you have to devote hours a day to collecting water, you miss out on education, a social life and other human rights.
The global poverty plot is thicker than what the World Bank would have us believe.
Languages are said to be disappearing faster than endangered species with a different one dying every two weeks.
On the outskirts of Bangalore, families must piece together drinking water from communal supplies, intermittently available tap water, and "water ATMs".
A series of brutal rapes in India has led to pressure to stop violence against women.
Despite perceptions of an antagonistic Pakistan-India-Afghanistan dynamic, there are strong institutional foundations for a more cooperative relationship.
Are pretty blue and gold stripes more important than being a bold little swimmer?
Increases in gold prices on world commodities markets are linked to fewer surviving girls in India. This is related to gold often being part of bridal dowries.
Many conversions of Hindu women in Pakistan are harnessed as a means to an end and not necessarily the initial objective.
Although human rights victories are beyond doubt cause for celebration, often we are blinded to the potential of alternative paths of action.
Before colonialism, India embraced homosexuality and gender fluidity. The Supreme Court's repeal of a 157-year-old gay sex ban partially reclaims that history, but LGBTQ Indians still face hurdles.
India doesn't eat much meat per capita, but that might be changing: it's the fastest-growing poultry market in the world.
Canada is simply a consumer of ride-hailing services, and has not established any of its own Ubers or Lyfts, even as tiny countries like Estonia get in on the game. That needs to change.