Female employment

Indian government needs to empower women beyond constitutionalising maternity leave

India needs to work for gender inclusive policies rather than specifically focusing on women welfare to increase female employment Discrimination against women and girls is a long-running phenomenon pervasive across...

Global value chains

How not to kill the Golden Goose: Lawmakers’ commitment towards Atmanirbhar India

India has started its race to become Global Electronics Manufacturing Hub by 2025 under its National Policy of Electronics 2019. The nation aims to integrate into global value chains for...

Indian bureaucracy using social media for social good

Indian bureaucracy using social media for social good

Social media has empowered Indian bureaucracy to deliver social good in a far more effective manner than before, according a distinguished set of Indian bureaucrats and other experts, in a...

India's vaccine diplomacy

Vaccine Bandhan: Nursing the Neighbourhood

The Republic of India has set a exemplary global example of providing free assistance in the form of Covid-19 vaccines under a “Neighbourhood First Approach” by reaching out to friends,...

India-UK cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

Think tanks Bridge India and CUTS International urge closer Indo-Pacific collaboration between the UK and India

DELHI, 15 December 2020: In the backdrop of British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Dominic Raab’s visit to India and his discussions with External Affairs Minister of India Dr...

Internship opportunities

We’re expanding our team and looking for the right candidates to join us, for virtual internships. If this is you, please do apply. Working with us: You will be interested...

Women Farmers in India

Common challenges faced by agriculture in India and the UK, and new opportunities for greener practices

Reforms to agricultural policy in both India and the UK have recently been in the news. They highlight many common challenges faced by the agriculture sector in both countries, and...

India needs strategic globalisation

India needs not simply free trade, but strategic globalisation

India’s sudden withdrawal from world’s “largest” regional trade agreement, the Regional Comprehensive Trade Economic Partnership (RCEP) in 2019 after seven years of hard negotiation, was seen with a construing view...

India EU Summit 2020

EU-India relations set for a new era

Finally, the EU-India summit has set relations on the right track to realise the full potential of strategic partnership. Thanks to China’s more assertive foreign policy, India now sees the...

"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

– Mahatma Gandhi