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A Flight of Fancy: Is India Finally Taking Air Connectivity in the Northeast Seriously?
May 23, 2018
A Flight of Fancy: Is India Finally Taking Air Connectivity in the Northeast Seriously?
Could the BJP fly its way into a fantasy of a resource-rich Arunachal Pradesh?
A Flight of Fancy: Is India Finally Taking Air Connectivity in the Northeast Seriously?
In India, Karnataka Elections Set Stage for Dramatic Showdown in the State and in 2019
May 18, 2018
In India, Karnataka Elections Set Stage for Dramatic Showdown in the State and in 2019
B.S. Yeddyurappa has been sworn in as the new CM of Karnataka. Can he form a government?
In India, Karnataka Elections Set Stage for Dramatic Showdown in the State and in 2019
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
May 08, 2018
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
India's “Adopt a Heritage” scheme raises serious questions about historical and cultural integrity.
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
April 16, 2018
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
Modern technology is not inherently Western and the East does not resist it.
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
A New Religion in India? Karnataka's Lingayats Seek Recognition
March 22, 2018
A New Religion in India? Karnataka's Lingayats Seek Recognition
The state government of Karnataka has granted a separate religion tag to the Lingayats.
A New Religion in India? Karnataka's Lingayats Seek Recognition
As Lenin Falls in Tripura, Farmers Unite, Keeping Revolutionary Zeal Alive in India
March 13, 2018
As Lenin Falls in Tripura, Farmers Unite, Keeping Revolutionary Zeal Alive in India
What do two events -- the fall of a statue of Lenin and a massive parade -- tell us about the future of Indian politics?
As Lenin Falls in Tripura, Farmers Unite, Keeping Revolutionary Zeal Alive in India
Could 3 Young Men Upstage Modi’s 'Development' in Gujarat?
December 12, 2017
Could 3 Young Men Upstage Modi’s 'Development' in Gujarat?
The upcoming assembly elections in Gujarat may be a moment of truth for Narendra Modi and the BJP.
Could 3 Young Men Upstage Modi’s 'Development' in Gujarat?
The Distortion of a Distortion: India’s <em>Padmavati</em> Movie Controversy
December 01, 2017
The Distortion of a Distortion: India’s Padmavati Movie Controversy
Radicals are protecting a queen they have never seen and attacking a movie they have not yet seen.
The Distortion of a Distortion: India’s Padmavati Movie Controversy
A Game of Votes in India: Gag Orders Precede Elections in Rajasthan
October 30, 2017
A Game of Votes in India: Gag Orders Precede Elections in Rajasthan
An ordinance and bill in Rajasthan threatens India's free press and highlights worrying trends.
A Game of Votes in India: Gag Orders Precede Elections in Rajasthan
A Rare Opportunity for India's Congress Party
October 13, 2017
A Rare Opportunity for India's Congress Party
India faces an infinite number of economic and development issues that all need new ideas and solutions.
A Rare Opportunity for India's Congress Party
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
August 11, 2017
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
India is planning to have not only the tallest statue in the world, but two of them.
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
June 22, 2017
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
India's farmers, suffering from indebtedness, take on the government at the center and across various states.
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
In India, Raids Targeting a Prominent News Agency Spark Censorship Fears
June 21, 2017
In India, Raids Targeting a Prominent News Agency Spark Censorship Fears
Was a raid on NDTV's offices earlier this month politically motivated?
In India, Raids Targeting a Prominent News Agency Spark Censorship Fears
India's Ram Mandir Controversy Gains New Relevance. What Are the Stakes?
April 29, 2017
India's Ram Mandir Controversy Gains New Relevance. What Are the Stakes?
Should the Ram Mandir be built?
India's Ram Mandir Controversy Gains New Relevance. What Are the Stakes?
Modi Taps Firebrand Hindu Priest-Politician to Lead India's Most Populous State
March 20, 2017
Modi Taps Firebrand Hindu Priest-Politician to Lead India's Most Populous State
Yogi Adityanath will became the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, a state with 204 million people.
Modi Taps Firebrand Hindu Priest-Politician to Lead India's Most Populous State
Lessons From India’s Election for the Evolution of the Indian Political System
March 15, 2017
Lessons From India’s Election for the Evolution of the Indian Political System
India's state assembly elections suggest a clear path ahead for the country's politics.
Lessons From India’s Election for the Evolution of the Indian Political System
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