This is a transcript of part two of The Anthill's podcast series, India Tomorrow, on the politics of Hindu natonalism.
The second part of this series from The Anthill podcast looks at the trajectories of Hindu nationalism in India.
Colossal public monuments to Hinduism are going up across India, sending an ominous message to the country's 260 million religious minorities.
Can India's current prime minister Narendra Modi win the upcoming election? It's hard to say. India has one of the fastest growing economies in the world, but growth has slowed and fake news is rife.
Listen to academics from around the world in this seven-part podcast series on India ahead of the 2019 Indian elections.
This is a transcript of part one of The Anthill's podcast series, India Tomorrow, on fake news and information wars.
India Tomorrow part 1 explores how fake news and the battle for information shapes Indian society.
India’s general election, held over six weeks in April and May, pits the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s Narendra Modi against a varied band of opponents, including Rahul Gandhi.
India heads to the polls in April and May for the world's biggest democratic exercise. Why the world should be watching this election.
As the world's largest democracy heads to the polls, we explore the big issues facing India in a seven-part podcast series.
India does not have an official Africa policy, even though it has been engaging with the continent for over six decades.
It started on February, 14 when a suicide attack killed more than 40 people in the Indian controlled part of Kashmir. Now, Pakistan and India's conflict over the disputed region is heating up again.
India’s youths, an eighth of the world’s population, are facing a growing unemployment crisis. Australia must engage with this global demographic, for our own benefit and theirs.
The bonhomie between Narendra Modi and Binyamin Netanyahu is rooted in the admiration of generations of Hindu nationalists for Israel.
When India goes to polls in 2019, the incumbent BJP government will have much to answer about its record on accountability.
Indians were promised they would be included in planning 100 smart cities and that everyone would benefit. But many of the millions of slum residents have had no say in their homes being destroyed.
Standing 240m tall, the Statue of Unity celebrates India's development. But jarringly, it towers over a divisive and environmentally damaging dam project.
The US president's comments about South Africa's land reform stem from his view that whites are under attack from blacks.
With international trade facing its greatest threat in decades, this club of China, Brazil, Russia, South Africa and India will have much to say about it.
At the point of independence, Indian citizenship law was a matter of residency, not religion or ethnicity. That could be about to change.