A tense start to the year in New Delhi.
To know India’s future we must first understand Hindu nationalism’s past.
Secular Meat, 2016, Sajan Mani.
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Faced with fake history, Indian artists are digging up the past.
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.
Narendra Modi's visit to the UK has gone swimmingly – but the situation at home is far from placid.
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They won't be as big as the China visit, but at least expect some frugal innovation to take place.
India’s Narendra Modi addressing African leaders in New Delhi.
India is keeping its Africa policy steady, but the shared language of anti-colonialism may fade away.
Congress party supporters celebrate as results come in.
Voters in Bihar failed to buy into the antagonistic campaign led by the national prime minister.
India’s main aim is to get electricity to more of the population - using renewables where possible.
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India has pledged to ramp up renewable energy and make its economy more carbon-efficient. And while that will help cut emissions, the main motivation is to give power to the many who still lack access to electricity.
Koh-i-Noor in its current setting.
Amid renewed debate over Britain's colonial debt to India, John MacKenzie discusses the history of the Koh-i-Noor diamond and discusses other Indian treasures that remain in British ownership.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised economic growth and good times ahead for India, but faces many challenges.
Speaking with Anthony D'Costa on the challenges facing India’s economy.
With about half of its population under the age of 25, how will India create enough jobs to cater for the millions of young people entering its workforce?
A valuable handshake between defense chiefs.
The strategic implications of this agreement are far-reaching – and not just for India and the US.
Some have accused Narendra Modi of leading a ‘directionless’ government, but his focus has been on tackling some of India’s biggest pain points.
Given the legacy issues Modi had to take on, his first year in office stands up to criticism.
When NSW Premier Mike Baird met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, it signalled new opportunities for Australian states.
Following in the footpath of China, India is seeking new state to state tie-ups. Australia should answer the call.
The main strategy of Modi’s economic advisers in the first year has been to treat the Indian economy as the proverbial elephant in the room.
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Mindful of the short attention span of voters, Modi's economic advisers have been careful to avoid selling economic policy as the answer to India's problems.
Modi’s first year has been a true case study in the politics of hope.
By turning the focus to an aspirational society, Modi has championed the democratic case for economic growth at all costs.
If achieved, the huge task of cleaning up India will significantly contribute to improving public health.
India's Modi-led progress on sanitation, rivers and life insurance is overshadowed by the need for a professionally staffed public health service.
Modi’s visible international engagement has been as much for domestic as international consumption.
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Modi's first year in office saw him visit 19 countries, spending 52 days abroad. But his energy shown overseas has not been matched by the requisite zeal for domestic economic reform.
With Modi at its heart, discussion about India’s development remains overly simplistic.
One year on from his swearing in, Modi's "more governance, less government" mantra is coming unstuck, and simplistic public debates are not helping.
Much to talk about: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang chat during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
India wants closer engagement with its neighbours as it aspires to become a global manufacturing hub. Narendra Modi's visits to China, Mongolia and South Korea are all about promoting this agenda.
Aam Admi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal addresses supporters after a landslide win of historic proportions in the Delhi state election.
A taste of the unpredictable, raucous world of Indian politics came to the Adelaide Oval as India played Pakistan in their Cricket World Cup showdown. In front of me was an India supporter wearing a Modi…