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Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
August 15, 2018
Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
How India’s National Register of Citizens alienates Assam’s Bengali-speaking Muslims.
Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
As India’s Rafale Controversy Rages, Reforms on Defense Acquisitions Needed
August 01, 2018
As India’s Rafale Controversy Rages, Reforms on Defense Acquisitions Needed
The political discourse surrounding the deal underscores a need for India to rethink its defense acquisition processes.
As India’s Rafale Controversy Rages, Reforms on Defense Acquisitions Needed
India's Telecom Commission Adopts Strict Net Neutrality Regulations
July 21, 2018
India's Telecom Commission Adopts Strict Net Neutrality Regulations
The decision now heads to the Cabinet for approval.
India's Telecom Commission Adopts Strict Net Neutrality Regulations
In Rajasthan, When Narendra Modi’s 'Vikaas' Needed Desperate Support
July 13, 2018
In Rajasthan, When Narendra Modi’s 'Vikaas' Needed Desperate Support
The Indian prime minister's touting of new schemes needed a little help in Rajasthan.
In Rajasthan, When Narendra Modi’s 'Vikaas' Needed Desperate Support
The Death of a Journalist in Kashmir
June 26, 2018
The Death of a Journalist in Kashmir
Shujaat Bukhari's killing casts a pall over Kashmir at a difficult time.
The Death of a Journalist in Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir Comes Under Direct Rule as Ruling Coalition Falls Apart
June 26, 2018
Jammu and Kashmir Comes Under Direct Rule as Ruling Coalition Falls Apart
The Bharatiya Janata Party has withdrawn from its alliance with the People’s Democratic Party in Jammu and Kashmir. What comes next?
Jammu and Kashmir Comes Under Direct Rule as Ruling Coalition Falls Apart
India’s States Promote Electric Vehicles While the Central Government Equivocates
June 22, 2018
India’s States Promote Electric Vehicles While the Central Government Equivocates
States have announced policies to foster the adoption of electric vehicles. When will the central government follow suit?
India’s States Promote Electric Vehicles While the Central Government Equivocates
How Can India Reform Its Civil Service?
June 15, 2018
How Can India Reform Its Civil Service?
“It is impossible to run a 21st century economy with a 19th century bureaucracy using 18th century rules.”
How Can India Reform Its Civil Service?
Fake News and India’s Democracy
June 02, 2018
Fake News and India’s Democracy
Disinformation campaigns could have a serious impact on India’s electoral system.
Fake News and India’s Democracy
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
Cascades of Violence Across South Asia
May 15, 2018
Cascades of Violence Across South Asia
Exploring and explaining how violence -- both criminal and political -- begets more violence.
Cascades of Violence Across South Asia
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
India Learns That the Smallest Coffins Are Often the Heaviest
April 17, 2018
India Learns That the Smallest Coffins Are Often the Heaviest
What will it take for India to finally see its girls and women as human beings?
India Learns That the Smallest Coffins Are Often the Heaviest
How the Indian Government Polices Journalists To Curb 'Fake News'
April 07, 2018
How the Indian Government Polices Journalists To Curb 'Fake News'
India's push to regulate "fake news" lays bare the poor state of press freedom in the country.
How the Indian Government Polices Journalists To Curb 'Fake News'
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
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