India’s Urban Class Must Lead
Rather than behaving like a victim, urban India needs a clear vision for the country.
India’s Food Security Program: Helping the Poor with Eyes on the Election
India’s food security bill is not without opposition.
India Poll 2013: Views from the Subcontinent
From economic confidence to democracy, Indians have let their views be known in a new report.
Graft: The Political Mantra for Karnataka’s Election Season
Karnataka’s state elections provide a glimpse of what to expect at India’s national polls in 2014.
Indian President Visits a Tumultuous Bangladesh
For Indian head of state Pranab Mukherjee, the visit to Dhaka this week was more than symbolic.
India: The Politics of Budgeting
India has unveiled its 2013 budget. Politics have taken precedence over economics.
Afzal Guru’s Hanging Sparks Death Penalty Debate
The death penalty has satisfied public anger in India, while further alienating Kashmir, argues Sanjay Kumar.
Congress Defends Khurshid Against Corruption Allegation
Law Minister Salman Khurshid is accused of misappropriating funds that were designated for a charity.
Choice and India’s Supermarkets
India is set to open its massive $450 billion retail sector to foreign supermarket chains. Is everyone happy?