Danielle Rajendram is a Research Associate in the Lowy Institute's International Security Program whose work focuses on India and China-India relations.
- China and India are in the midst of a stand-off over disputed territory in Ladakh. Here's Brahma Chellaney on why appeasement is not the right strategy and Sushil Kumar on why this is not just another border incident.
- In the 2009 general elections, 363 parties and 3838 independent candidates were registered. Why are there so many political parties in India?
- Raghuram Rajan looks at the factors behind India's economic slowdown.
- The FP Power Map of the world's 500 most powerful people is causing a stir on Twitter for failing to include either Rahul Gandhi or Narendra Modi. Ironically, a four-page spread on Rahul Gandhi's political ambitions and ideology features in the same issue.
- 'Across New Delhi, as many as 5 million of the city's 17 million residents live in unauthorized colonies, whether in slums, middle-class areas or even a few illegally constructed enclaves of the rich.'
- Caravan Magazine takes a look inside India's advertising industry after the controversial Ford Figo campaign.
- China is pushing the US and India closer together but their strategic collaboration has so far been modest. Why?