- This month Modi will be meeting with Shinzo Abe, Tony Abbott, Xi Jinping and Barack Obama. What's at stake in foreign policy?
- Will India be able to reconceptualise the role of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in its strategic thinking?
- Why is India sceptical of foreign-funded NGOs?
- Amitabh Mattoo and Ashok Malik argue that, in order to achieve regional balance, India should seek an alliance with Japan and Australia.
- Jay Panda rates Modi's performance in his first 100 days as 'a solid 75 not out'.
- India is now outpacing Chinese oil demand.
- What's driving the Modi-Abbott geopolitical bromance?
- Ira Trivedi argues that for India's women, not much has changed since the 2012 Delhi gang rape. This passage puts the extent of India's gender relations problems in stark perspective:
To add another complication, India's sex ratio -- the number of females per 1,000 males -- is one of the lowest in the world. As of 2014, there were 940 Indian women for every 1,000 Indian men. That number might not seem shocking, but consider the size of the country: the ratio translates to 37 million more men than women, which is more than the population of Canada.