An immense trove of the most important royal historical material for decades has just quietly been made public in the United Kingdom.
Dying in Varanasi is everyday. That’s not to say dying is ordinary. On the contrary, it is a sacred art form, a spiritual passage that is part of the daily practice of living.
India, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa lose thousands of trained doctors each year, lured away to work in richer countries – at great cost to their nation’s healthcare systems.
India is expected to overtake China this decade as the world’s most populous nation. That puts it at the heart of the global challenge to beat climate change.
More than two-thirds of requests to go to the UK were approved, compared to just 46% for trips to India and 59% to China.
Dams built in an earlier age are suddenly vulnerable as the climate shifts.
Prevention may be the best way to cope with the worldwide wave of treatment-resistant fungal pathogens.
India had the legal ability to classify migrant workers as internally displaced and offer them protection, but instead they were marooned and left to the mercy of fate.
The disregarded lives and achievements of Scotswomen in colonial India are brought to light in new research from a 19th century graveyard in Kolkata.
Politically and socially, Australia is fast expanding its engagement with India and her neighbours. Universities, in contrast, have wound back their commitment to South Asian studies.
Children have extra rights due to their vulnerability — these are highly relevant to the situation of those stranded in India.
Several current programs aim at sending humans back to the Moon. What would be the purpose, and what are the real prospects?
Ghanians fear that the country’s security services still bear the hallmarks of bad old practices.
Low levels of immunity and high levels of mixing are a perfect setting for the next big outbreak.
This is a transcript of episode 15 of The Conversation Weekly podcast, which includes a story on the discovery of microscopic fungi at the world’s largest seed bank.
The pandemic’s not over yet, but these world leaders have already cemented their place in history for failing to effectively combat the deadly coronavirus. Some of them didn’t even really try.
It’s feasible to bring home at least some of the COVID-positive Australians stranded in India. Here’s how we can do it while keeping infection risk at a minimum.
The B16172 variant of concern risks spreading in the UK when restrictions on indoor socialising ease on May 17.
Accessing India's digital consumers is seen as the key to future growth for big tech companies like Facebook.
Plus, the hidden world of microscopic fungi found inside the world’s biggest seed bank. Listen to episode 15 of The Conversation Weekly podcast.