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Anti-corruption party gains ground as Indian elections loom

The chief minister of Delhi has resigned, probably to contest the national poll. But is India ready to vote in a brand-new party and take a hard line on corruption? Freelance journalist Alys Francis reports from New Delhi.

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India’s new dawn? A fresh leader captures hearts ahead of poll

There’s a mood for change in India, a sign the long rule of the Indian National Congress is coming to an end. But is the alternative PM up to the task? Freelance correspondent Alys Francis reports from Delhi.

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Indians come from across the seas to join local corruption fight

India’s Aam Aadmi Party is vowing to fight the country’s systemic corruption. Indians living in Australia have made the journey to help give them the chance, writes freelance journalist Alys Francis.

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Pakistan-US relations: annus horribilis

There is a growing belief that the US now needs Pakistan more than Pakistan needs the US, writes Alicia Mollaun, an Islamabad-based PhD candidate at the Crawford School at ANU.

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India’s dispassionate judgement on compassionate killing

As debate on euthenasia laws returns to the Australian agenda, India’s highest court this week has allowed for passive euthanasia-withdrawal of life support. It’s a telling judgement.

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The chatterati and the twitterati in India

Middle class urban voters in India are stepping out like never before.

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India: The biggest election in the whole wide world

In a process will run for another month, voting begins today in India, the world’s largest democracy.

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