- Sumit Ganguly on why foreign policy won't matter in the upcoming Indian elections.
- An op-ed in the Global Times argues that 'India falls in a technical loophole in the context of China's full NFU commitment.'
- What India's policy towards Sri Lanka can tell us about Indian democracy.
- Sadanand Dhume on Arvind Kejriwal:
Whatever his personal virtues, Kejriwal's rhetoric, economic thinking, and actions in office suggest a throwback to India's pre-liberalization past: He appears to believe that baiting the wealthy is the surest route to popularity with the poor.
- How Tamil Nadu could shape India's next government.
- This week, ABC's Four Corners ran a feature on 'The Dancing Shiva', a bronze statue housed in the National Gallery of Australia. Purchased through a private dealer, it is alleged that the $5 million piece was stolen from a temple in India. Later in the week the National Gallery announced that it was preparing to return the statue.
- Noting the absence of Hindu nationalist tenets in Modi's election campaign, Ashutosh Varshney questions whether he has undergone an ideological transformation since 2002.
- As part of the newly launched ANUx online learning platform, the Australian National University will be running a free course entitled 'Engaging India'. The course will be taught by Dr McComas Taylor and Dr Peter Friedlander, and will begin on 29 April 2014. Here's the promo video: