Do Adani’s Woes Matter for India’s Clean Energy Transition?
By Sibi Arasu and Aniruddha Ghosal
Adani is still working on existing renewables projects but not those in the pipeline.
Sri Lanka Continues to Back India’s Adani Group
By Rathindra Kuruwita
Foreign Minister Sabry has expressed confidence in the multinational conglomerate’s capacity to complete port and power projects on the island.
Modi Regime’s Prickliness to Criticism Is Growing
By Kavita Chowdhury
The Congress party's spokesperson joins a long list of journalists, activists, and politicians detained for criticizing Modi and his government.
Richest Asian Gautam Adani Battered in Stock Market Rout
By Krutika Pathi
U.S.-based Hindenburg Research accused the billionaire businessman, who is said to have close ties to India’s prime minister, of "pulling the largest con in corporate history.”
India’s Adani Mulls Suing US Short-seller as Shares Sink up to 20%
By Ashok Sharma and Krutika Pathi
A U.S. short-selling firm published a damning report airing concerns about the group's debt levels, activities of its top executives, use of offshore shell companies, and past investigations into fraud.
India’s Tech Industry is Keeping the Indian Dream Alive
By Akhil Ramesh
Tech unicorns like Freshworks are positioning India as a pioneer and leader in the world of Software as a Service.
Indian Businesses Need to Take Action on the Myanmar Coup
By Angshuman Choudhury
Indian companies must suspend all commercial relationships with the Myanmar military.
The Carmichael Coal Mine: Despite Approval, Uncertainties Abound
By Grant Wyeth
The recent environmental approval does little to settle the controversies over the mine's impact.
The Batman By-Election: The Carmichael Mine Matter
By Grant Wyeth
In inner-city Melbourne, an upcoming special election is focused 2,000 km away on a mine in Queensland.