Mumbai can learn from Tokyo's tech interventions to ease road traffic
As the gap between women’s education and women’s employment continues to widen, the question arises if women are truly being empowered
GOI would have to develop a new counter-radicalisation programme and state-supervised counselling initiatives to curb lone-wolf terrorism
It is only by reducing its unnecessary expenditure, reforming underperforming SOEs, and diversifying its economy, can Maldives mitigate its economic problems
Iran’s next steps in the midst of the protests will be very telling of its position and will shape the future of the movement
The SIDs need to ensure that they are not viewed as pawns in the geopolitical competition but as important stakeholders in the region.
Warning sirens are sounding as China increases its footprint in the South Pacific ...
Domestic politics and China’s influence will play a major role in hampering the growth of CSC
While the three main contending parties have proposed diverse solutions to address the problems of Delhi, the residents seem low on enthusiasm
The eradication of AIDS by 2030 appears a formidable challenge as social barriers stand in the way of equitable access to healthcare
Since the imposition of unilateral economic sanctions does not abide by international law, its use should be reconsidered
India needs to address the impediments to financial inclusion to ensure the upliftment of the downtrodden
As the world inches towards establishing cyber norms, questions around cyber sovereignty emerge
The growing power crisis in Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka compels these nations to rethink their future energy landscape and policies ...
Indian businesses will play a crucial role in championing climate change action while simultaneously integrating it into sustainable GVCs
The current regime views the hijab as a characteristic of the national identity of Iran. Will the current protests bring any change?
Despite facing several challenges, Delhi’s mohalla clinics have been instrumental in providing healthcare services to the poor and underserved.
Migrants can be a pivotal solution to alleviate the impact of declining labour forces and can contribute to long-term gains for G20 countries.
A multi-stakeholder approach that includes actors such as the government, private sector, and community needs to be adopted to improve the air quality in India.
Haiti is currently facing one of its worst crises in history. The need of the hour is practical intervention from the international community.
By following in Denmark's footsteps, India can set a precedent for South Asian countries with regard to same-sex adoption.
The PMJAY scheme exceeded expectations in Tamil Nadu. However, despite the impressive gains, certain healthcare challenges still remain.
One year into Taliban rule, Afghan women and girls struggle for basic human rights.
The Russo-Ukrainian War could have been avoided if Russian security concerns that were spelt out by previous conflicts were addressed.
In addressing the urgent crisis of climate change, it is crucial to acknowledge the gender dimension of its impacts, and for that to be reflected in the policy frameworks.
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