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Foreign Aid Groups Accuse Indian Government of Impeding Work
February 09, 2019
Foreign Aid Groups Accuse Indian Government of Impeding Work
In India, international aid organizations are defiant in the face of bureaucratic setbacks.
Foreign Aid Groups Accuse Indian Government of Impeding Work
Defying Deification: Indian Politicians as Hindu Gods
February 01, 2019
Defying Deification: Indian Politicians as Hindu Gods
Don’t believe the hype; worshiping Indian leaders is not common.
Defying Deification: Indian Politicians as Hindu Gods
How India’s Indigenous Peoples Have Reacted to Formal Religion
February 01, 2019
How India’s Indigenous Peoples Have Reacted to Formal Religion
The interaction between formal religion and India’s Adivasi population represents a source of change.
How India’s Indigenous Peoples Have Reacted to Formal Religion
Don't Write Off India's Pre-Election Budget Session Just Yet
January 30, 2019
Don't Write Off India's Pre-Election Budget Session Just Yet
The upcoming Indian budget session may yet see major movement on legislation. Don't count it out.
Don't Write Off India's Pre-Election Budget Session Just Yet
Press Freedom Under Siege: The Jailing of a Kashmiri Journalist in India
January 29, 2019
Press Freedom Under Siege: The Jailing of a Kashmiri Journalist in India
In Kashmir, freedom of expression and the press are under attack by the Indian government.
Press Freedom Under Siege: The Jailing of a Kashmiri Journalist in India
Sonia Gandhi’s Daughter Enters Indian Politics Ahead of 2019 General Elections
January 24, 2019
Sonia Gandhi’s Daughter Enters Indian Politics Ahead of 2019 General Elections
Yet another scion of the Nehru-Gandhi family enters politics.
Sonia Gandhi’s Daughter Enters Indian Politics Ahead of 2019 General Elections
India’s Trans Community Faces Continued Discrimination
January 24, 2019
India’s Trans Community Faces Continued Discrimination
A new bill puts India’s transgender population under the threat of severe discrimination.
India’s Trans Community Faces Continued Discrimination
What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
January 03, 2019
What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
A recent case of human trafficking highlights the capability-will gap in Indian law enforcement.
What’s Wrong with India’s Efforts to Check Human Trafficking?
Seeking Capital for the Capital: Will India and China Jointly Fund Amaravati?
January 03, 2019
Seeking Capital for the Capital: Will India and China Jointly Fund Amaravati?
The story of Amaravati went from a regional tussle to being part of global processes.
Seeking Capital for the Capital: Will India and China Jointly Fund Amaravati?
The Fourth Estate in South Asia: Media’s Role in Inter-State Crises
December 28, 2018
The Fourth Estate in South Asia: Media’s Role in Inter-State Crises
The news media is an underappreciated stakeholder in crises between India and Pakistan.
The Fourth Estate in South Asia: Media’s Role in Inter-State Crises
The Origins of Odisha’s Tribal-Dalit Political Nexus
December 26, 2018
The Origins of Odisha’s Tribal-Dalit Political Nexus
How the British gave birth to the Adivasi vs. Dalit equation in the Indian state of Odisha.
The Origins of Odisha’s Tribal-Dalit Political Nexus
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
December 20, 2018
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
India’s way forward will be a symbiotic endeavor between its two main parties, who are often antagonistic toward each other.
Road to 2019: India’s Two Main Parties Converge
The Problem With India’s Major Political Parties
December 14, 2018
The Problem With India’s Major Political Parties
Do “big tent” politics hinder the efficacy of national political parties in India?
The Problem With India’s Major Political Parties
Understanding India’s Political Evolution
December 13, 2018
Understanding India’s Political Evolution
Recent assembly election results speak to the enduring strength of India’s democracy.
Understanding India’s Political Evolution
India’s Farmers March to the Hollow Halls of Parliament
December 06, 2018
India’s Farmers March to the Hollow Halls of Parliament
India's farmers have had enough and are making their voices heard in the nation's capital.
India’s Farmers March to the Hollow Halls of Parliament
The Temple Guardians: Is India’ Ruling BJP Becoming More Conservative?
December 04, 2018
The Temple Guardians: Is India’ Ruling BJP Becoming More Conservative?
Bharatiya Janata Party balances two ideologies: nationalism and conservatism.
The Temple Guardians: Is India’ Ruling BJP Becoming More Conservative?
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