Sri Lanka was already experiencing a severe economic and financial crisis. Then Russia invaded Ukraine.
A sociologist explains that the ability to claim transgender identities in India may appear progressive, but this can further marginalize historically stigmatized gender-nonconforming groups.
Thanks to a shared wariness over China, Australia and India have grown much closer in recent years. Now, can a free-trade agreement be finalised, as promised, this year?
Nigeria has the largest number of people living in extreme poverty in Africa. Turning the tide requires inclusive growth, value added productivity and strong institutions.
India’s prime minister has unexpectedly won a big state election, further boosting his power.
Russia is a big player in the global nuclear power construction business. Why this era could soon be over.
Research suggests that two factors are most important when making decisions on how businesses should respond to the U.S.-China trade war: location and supply chain dependence, and technology.
The US, Australia, Japan and India are keen to show they are not merely reacting to their rivals’ agendas, but are able to offer their own ambitious solutions for the Indo-Pacific.
Kamadeva, also known as Madana, is the Hindu god of love, desire and infatuation.
Bollywood is demonstrating a renewed purpose of creating new national myths, such as 83’s retelling of India’s first win at the cricket world cup.
Providing government subsidies for emerging clean technologies could unlock their transformative potential.
CORBEVAX is anticipated to significantly expand vaccine access to people in low- and middle-income countries.
Disrupting and repositioning the traditional narratives of Shakespeare’s plays helps to challenge western notions of culture, heritage and values.
A rice dish’s debut on a cooking competition show reflects the growing acceptance of ethnic foods.
Trans people have lost access to public spaces and places, which has made it difficult for them to earn their living.
After health systems collapsed due to COVID, India’s hospitals are once again buckling, but this time due to Dengue.
Global floods in 2021 showed the danger of poor emergency preparedness - and the importance of planning ahead.
The festive season in India did not lead to any surges and the prediction of a third wave during October–November did not turn out to be right.
Rich countries like the UK have almost left coal power behind, but it’s not as easy for developing countries.
Rather than slow the decline in coal use, India’s actions at COP26 ensure it and other polluting nations, including Australia, will be under even greater scrutiny.