A panel of academic experts assess Narendra Modi's victory in the final episode of our India Tomorrow series.
The Bharatiya Janata Party of Narendra Modi has claimed victory in the world’s biggest democratic exercise.
Women are vastly outnumbered in India’s parliament but there are some key names to look out for.
Part six of The Anthill podcast's India Tomorrow series focuses on the concerns of young Indians.
This is a transcript of part 6 of India Tomorrow, focusing on India’s huge population of young people.
Text books are being rewritten and the history of caste in India questioned as ‘decolonisation’ has become the rhetoric of militant nationalism.
Modi has had mixed successes in delivering on big promises to transform India’s economy.
India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, rode to power in 2014 promising economic transformation.
Part five of India Tomorrow takes a look at India’s economy.
This is transcript of part four of the India Tomorrow series from The Anthill podcast, on women and gender politics in India.
🎧 Part 4 of India Tomorrow digs into what life is like for women in India.
We focus on Kashmir in the third part of our India Tomorrow podcast series: its history, the lives of its people, and the conflict over its future.
This is a transcript of episode three of The Anthill podcast series India Tomorrow on Kashmir.
New study finds food insecurity is negatively linked to learning outcomes in reading, English, maths, and local language vocabulary.
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.
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 heads to the polls in April and May for the world’s biggest democratic exercise. Why the world should be watching this election.