Most smartphones in India can’t even access 3G networks.
A new player is shaking up the Indian mobile market. But will it be enough?
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Many antibiotics simply no longer work.
There's one important piece of the puzzle we're missing when it comes to antimicrobial resistance.
Bill Shorten has pledged to take action following Sam Dastyari’s resignation.
The opposition leader has promised to push for a ban on foreign donations.
These Yazidi sisters managed to escape captivity by Islamic State. Thousands more were not so lucky.
Slavery is making a comeback, thanks to Islamic State and Boko Haram. But the UN can help.
An exciting discovery suggests small pterosaurs weren't forced out by the rise of birds.
The first international water decade was a great success ... so why do we need another?
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Lucky Luciano, Al Capone and FDR walk into a Democratic convention...
The rays of hope are there, if you look for them.
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Amid the gloom, here are some hopeful signs that we can meet our climate obligations.
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A drought in the socialist South American country has led to blackouts, political conflict and increased exposure to Zika.
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The French capital will light up to the sights and sounds of Cleverman, Samson and Delilah, and The Sapphires.
The Canadian PM's altercation in parliament reflects his manhandling of the political process, but do voters care?
‘I’m not saying, I’m just saying.’
An expert in American political rhetoric explains why Trump's controversial retweets are actually an extremely effective rhetorical device.
What would you do if your files were locked away?
Here's how to protect yourself from the latest online scourge of hackers encrypting your files and demanding a ransom to unlock them.
Indonesian academic institutions produce few evidence-based analyses on social issues.
Indonesia should cultivate a culture of peer-review to support academics produce basic social research, essential in creating good policies in the world's fourth most populous country.
Governments have a paradoxical approach to street art.
Australia prides itself on its attractiveness to tourists, but for many, to the eternal frustration of Melbourne, visiting Australia is synonymous with the Great Barrier Reef and Sydney Opera House. It…