India counter terrorism Rahul Roy Choudary article

India–UK counter terrorism cooperation: convergences and challenges

Cooperation on counter-terrorism is an important, but little-known, aspect of the India-UK security relationship. This was formally institutionalised in 2002 with the establishment of their foreign ministry-led Joint Working Group (JWG) on Terrorism....

space sector

Unlocking India’s private space sector by integrating space-based services into the economy

The Government of India recently announced that it will create a new regulatory body called Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (IN-SPACe) as a move to open up the...

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Time for ‘New Green Deal’ for Indian Agriculture

The last year or so has seen American politicians talk of a ‘Green New Deal’ for their country. The term refers back to the New Deal that was implemented in...

Women Farmers in India

Female farmers are central to India’s agricultural economy: Yet, are they still invisible?

Women farmers are invisible as far as the state and society are concerned. They perform most of the ‘big jobs’ like sowing and harvesting, yet, their access to resources is...

microfinance

The story of microfinance in India

‘Microfinancing’ was introduced in India in the 1980s as a solution to poverty and to empower women. Despite its strong potential, the microfinance sector faces challenges related to accessibility in...

Personal Data Security

India’s Personal Data Protection Bill: High on consumer protectionism and surveillance?

Highlights of India’s Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill, 2019 and its compliance requirements, from an industry specialist. India is home to 1.3 billion active online platform users, the second largest...

Delhi Rashtrapati Bhavan

A hazy look back at pollution in India in 2019

As part of our Student Voices series, Divya Manocha from UCL reflects on the state of India’s grey skies in 2019 along with providing a run-down of the environmental policies...

India tech

Contemporary rise in nationalism: The setting stone for conservative immigration policies

As part of our Student Voices series, International Relations student Paakhi Bhatnagar talks about the rise of the more nationalist immigration policies Nationalist sentiments have become an omnipresent theme in...

Students using Glogerm

India needs health education as a core part of its school curriculum

2019 is an important year for Indian education. The Draft National Education Policy has recommended the doubling of public funding on education to 6% of GDP. This would be a...

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– Mahatma Gandhi