India's new National Education Policy is impressive, and could create opportunities for Australian universities. The key issues, however, relate to implementation.
How speculation came to be presented as scientific fact and inspired a decidedly non-glacial race to discover the future of Himalayan glaciers.
Non-Kashmiris can now apply for domicile in the region, giving them access to jobs and property that were previoulsy reserved for Kashmiris.
The pandemic has disrupted local, regional and national supply chains, making the problem of hunger in India much worse.
Sitting on the floor is still common in many cultures – but is it better for your health?
The suicide of a young woman who had been put through conversion therapy has sparked a backlash from India's LGBTQ+ community.
People in the disputed Indian territory of Kashmir had already been living under a 24-hour curfew for eight months when the coronavirus hit, bringing new depths of fear and confinement.
A new country launches a mission to Mars. A space expert explains what this means for the Middle East and the African continent.
Women juggle many responsibilities in their lives. Research reveals the importance for migrant women of taking even brief breaks from their daily routine of home, work or care-giving activities.
Climate shocks and changing weather mean that farmers' incomes are
Effective national leadership and trust in government appear to be prerequisites for countries to achieve widespread digital contact tracing.
The story of how many Asian garment manufacturers joined this different supply chain during the pandemic – with no help from western retail customers.
In South Asia, days with both extreme heat and extreme pollution are expected to increase 175% by 2050. Separately, the health effects are bad; together they will likely be worse.
Nepal is angry that India is encroaching into the Kalpani region of the Himalayas, which Nepal claims as its own.
The future of periods could be sustainable and cheap – but action is needed.
While those of us from Australia and New Zealand might be starting to relax as restrictions ease, the pandemic is actually growing at an increasing rate worldwide.
Relations between the two nuclear states were already tense before China and India skirmished in the Galwan River Valley. There is no simple path ahead for India's leader.
As both citizens and internal migrants, millions of Indians have been left to fend for themselves.
Goddesses have traditionally protected against sickness and cured the ill, according to Hindu belief. More recently they have been coopted to combat AIDS and traffic deaths.
As the COVID-19 pandemic exposes the risks of an interconnected world, Indian thinkers offer timely insights on how to understand our global community and act more wisely.