Mystery Disease in Indian Town Leaves Experts Baffled
By Sudha Ramachandran
While the situation in Eluru in Andhra Pradesh is now contained, the disease has once again drawn attention to water contamination, a common Indian problem.
Could Bangladesh and Pakistan Make Waves by Cooperating on Climate Change?
By Kashoon Leeza
Cooperation around climate change could also pave way for normalization of relations between both countries.
Unraveling Urban India’s Water Challenges Amid COVID-19
By Soumyadip Chattopadhyay
India’s urban poor lacked decent access to safe water before handwashing became a matter of life and death.
From Evidence to Policy in India’s Groundwater Crisis
By Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley
India has a serious problem with its groundwater. Can it act?
India's Thirsty Crops Are Draining the Country Dry
By Moin Qazi
An emphasis on water-intensive crops like sugarcane and rice is depleting India's groundwater.
48 Million Indian Children Suffer From Stunted Growth
By Roshni Kapur
India has the highest number of stunted children in the world, according to a new report.
Why the World Doesn’t ‘Make in India’
By Mohamed Zeeshan
If India is to become a manufacturing hub, it will need some major policy reforms.