On Monday, India revoked Jammu and Kashmir's special status as an autonomous state. But what does it mean for people living in the region and India's fraught relationship with Pakistan?
This week: the benefits of reforestation, the rise and rise of ransomware, escalators and capitalism, the new Saddam Hussein, and human furniture speaks!
The arrival of monsoon season may not be enough to save India from the grip of a devastating water crisis. At what point does national crisis evolve to global catastrophe?
This week: the perils of privilege, the whitening of pot, invisible galaxies, Modi's dark victory, and what freezing does to language.
The government's push for religious freedom means nothing if it ignores the millions of religious minorities being persecuted by our trade partners.
India's newly reelected Prime Minister Narendra Modi inspires loyalty even in those who concede that his biggest policies have been disastrous failures.
As the country's 900 million voters head to the polls for the first time in five years, what is the current lay of the land when it comes to India's key political parties?
How can journalism remain objective when faced with carefully curated social media instead of press conferences, and an attitude that criticism makes you an enemy of the people?
Helen Razer wonders at the complete absence of any journalistic curiosity about India, and why that nation may, at this particular time, be moved to make official protest about an ad for meat.