Danielle Rajendram is a Research Associate in the Lowy Institute's International Security Program whose work focuses on India and China-India relations.
- The execution of Mohammed Afzal Guru, convicted in relation to the December 2001 attack on India's parliament, has prompted strong public debate in India. Here are some insightful pieces on the tension between justice and public outrage in India , and the political challenges this hanging has raised.
- Why are Indian families so intent on their children learning English?
- C Raja Mohan on the prospect of reductions in the US nuclear arsenal, and what this could mean for New Delhi.
- India's annual car sales have fallen for the first time in a decade.
- India's 2010 Right to Education Act might not be all it's cracked up to be, with thousands of children left in limbo following the closure of their schools.
- Has the 62 year-old Narendra Modi succeeded in connecting with India's youth?
- Should India be concerned about China's acquisition of Pakistan’s Gwadar port? Dan Drezner doesn't think so.
- Following the announcement of substantial cuts to its defence budget, India is facing further procurement woes due to allegations of bribery against its Italian helicopter supplier.
- With GDP growth projected at 5% this year, should the Indian economy prepare for life in the slow lane?