The Forces that Divide
Right wing groups on both sides cannot be allowed to continue holding the future hostage for India and Pakistan.
Legislation Alone Can't Solve India's Rape Problem
While India’s politicians offer solutions, the roots of the problem lie deeper than legislation alone can address.
Rape Victim’s Death Spurs Additional Protests
Will public outrage translate into real, lasting change?
India and Sri Lanka's Civil War
India’s relationship with Sri Lanka is complex. Nonetheless, New Delhi could have a role to play in uncovering a difficult past.
Commission Created as Rape Victim's Health Declines
As the victim of a terrible tragedy battles for her life, India’s government promises action.
India, ASEAN Celebrate 20th Anniversary With Two FTAs
ASEAN-India economic ties have grown substantially, but still lag far behind ASEAN’s relations with China.
The Myth of a South Asia "Community"
Many South Asians speak of their thousands of years of shared ties. This however ignores present realities.
BJP's FDI Gambit Fails
BJP’s attempt to embarrass the UPA over FDI backfired, casting further doubt on the opposition’s viability.
India's South China Sea Gambit
A senior naval officer this week said that India is prepared to deploy naval vessels to protect its oil interests in the disputed waters.
India, Maldives Row Over Airport Contract
Relations have become strained after the Maldives government cancelled a valuable contract.
UPA Promotes Direct Subsidies Payments
The Congress Party is promoting a plan for direct subsidy payments ahead of the 2014 general election.
India, China to Hold Borders Talks Amid Passport Row
New Delhi and Beijing will hold the 16th round of talks on their boundary dispute next week.