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The Ferment: Caste, Politics, and the Role of India's Youth
December 01, 2018

The Ferment: Caste, Politics, and the Role of India's Youth

By Parul Abrol
India's youth are driving a new era of political mobilization and change.
A New Documentary Showcases the Official Indian Narrative on Kashmir
November 27, 2018

A New Documentary Showcases the Official Indian Narrative on Kashmir

By Avinash Giri
A pro-establishment media organization seeks to justify the Indian government's policies.

Twitter, Indian Liberalism, and the Truth About Caste
November 22, 2018

Twitter, Indian Liberalism, and the Truth About Caste

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Twitter's CEO inadvertently kicked off a major controversy in India.

Indira’s Legacy: A Force That Shaped Congress’ Past, Present and Future
November 19, 2018

Indira’s Legacy: A Force That Shaped Congress’ Past, Present and Future

By Ambar Kumar Ghosh
It is imperative for the INC to take a dispassionate and introspective look at the formidable political legacy of Indira Gandhi.

India Rises in Ease of Doing Business Rankings, But Reforms Still Pending
November 01, 2018

India Rises in Ease of Doing Business Rankings, But Reforms Still Pending

By Aman Thakker
India continues to lag in several factors, underscoring the need for further reforms.
Me and #MeToo: A Story From New Delhi's Jawaharlal University in the Early 2000s
October 28, 2018

Me and #MeToo: A Story From New Delhi's Jawaharlal University in the Early 2000s

By Parul Abrol
Until #MeToo, few women in India had spoken out about harassment. I did and here's my story.

Hinduism and Political Mobilization in India: From Allahabad to Prayagraj?
October 24, 2018

Hinduism and Political Mobilization in India: From Allahabad to Prayagraj?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The debate over renaming Allahabad exposes religious faultlines in India.
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
October 20, 2018

India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed

By Vida Zonunmawii
There are more reasons to believe survivors than there are to dismiss claims of sexual harassment and assaults

India’s Relentless Movement to Save the Narmada River … And a People’s Livelihood
October 11, 2018

India’s Relentless Movement to Save the Narmada River … And a People’s Livelihood

By Amit Sengupta
Protesters in India work to save a river—and a way of life.

Misinformation and Misdirection Grow as India's Economy Stumbles
September 23, 2018

Misinformation and Misdirection Grow as India's Economy Stumbles

By Kajal Basu
With a general election now less than a year away, India's ruling party tries to manage the economic narrative.

The Organic Food Revolution: A Nightmare for India?
September 21, 2018

The Organic Food Revolution: A Nightmare for India?

By Parul Abrol
Is India's organic food revolution myth or reality?
India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World
September 20, 2018

India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
What are the key factors limiting and driving Indian foreign policy?

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