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Gender Responsive Budgeting Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in India
September 11, 2021

Gender Responsive Budgeting Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in India

By Akanksha Khullar
The pandemic exacerbated pre-existing economic inequalities within India’s patriarchal society.

COVID-19 Shrank India’s Burgeoning Middle Class
August 17, 2021

COVID-19 Shrank India’s Burgeoning Middle Class

By Sayan Ghosh, Zenger News
India has witnessed a drop in living standards across all income tiers, significantly denting its efforts to catch up to China.
India to Provide Free Vaccines to All in Major Policy Shift
June 08, 2021

India to Provide Free Vaccines to All in Major Policy Shift

By Sheikh Saaliq
Under the earlier policy, the federal government gave free shots only to people above 45 years of age and front-line workers.

With Cancelled Board Exams, India Avoids a Deadly Mistake
June 03, 2021

With Cancelled Board Exams, India Avoids a Deadly Mistake

By Abhishek Arora and Kanika Arora
As the pandemic rages across the country, holding in-person Class 12 exams would have risked a super spreader event.

India Should Help Smaller Powers Lead Regional Cooperation in South Asia
June 02, 2021

India Should Help Smaller Powers Lead Regional Cooperation in South Asia

By Mohamed Zeeshan
If New Delhi wants to keep Beijing out of its backyard, it has to step up regional cooperation in South Asia.

India’s COVID-19 Crisis: An Opportunity to Recover Inter-Faith Fraternity
May 25, 2021

India’s COVID-19 Crisis: An Opportunity to Recover Inter-Faith Fraternity

By Tehmina Arora
The crisis has seen Indians from all faiths and ethnicities coming together to save lives.

COVID-19 Second Wave Highlights India’s Barriers to Global Aid
May 24, 2021

COVID-19 Second Wave Highlights India’s Barriers to Global Aid

By Kriti Upadhyaya
Policy impediments are hampering potentially life-saving partnerships.
Don’t Write Off Indian Vaccine Diplomacy Yet
May 24, 2021

Don’t Write Off Indian Vaccine Diplomacy Yet

By Krzysztof Iwanek
An alliance between Western technology and Indian manufacturing capabilities may still be crucial to produce cheap vaccines for the world.

What US Support For a Vaccine Waiver Means For India
May 12, 2021

What US Support For a Vaccine Waiver Means For India

By Urvi Tembey and Ameya Pratap Singh
In an integrated world there can be no national solutions to a global pandemic.

What Will Happen to India’s COVID Orphans?
May 10, 2021

What Will Happen to India’s COVID Orphans?

By Umar Sofi
With increasing COVID-19 deaths in India, hundreds of children are being traumatized and left in the lurch. 

How Can Foreigners Help India Breathe?
April 30, 2021

How Can Foreigners Help India Breathe?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
A massive wave of COVID-19 cases in India caused a dire need for medical oxygen equipment. Here are some ways you can help.
India’s Public Health Collapse Is a Ticking Time Bomb for the Whole Region
April 27, 2021

India’s Public Health Collapse Is a Ticking Time Bomb for the Whole Region

By Atif Choudhury
The failure of the Modi government may spell disaster for the COVID-19 recovery of India’s neighbors.

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