Indian officials met with the foreign minister of Afghanistan for the first time since the Taliban takeover. What does this mean for the future of South Asian geopolitics?
India’s ‘neutrality’ on Ukraine has raised eyebrows abroad, which could harm cooperation with other nations in the long-term.
“Do not complain because it’s Holi”. The Holi celebrations can be used as an excuse to molest women in the guise of putting colours on them.
Reflecting on a society’s view of gender-based violence and the impact this can have on victims.
SOAS student Raju Kendre features on Forbes India’s 30 Under 30 list for his work with Eklavya India.
The India-Pakistan border ceremony represents multiple identities of brotherhood, animosity, socio-cultural norms and is a site of enterprise and tourism.
A brief history of Kumartuli and the everyday realities of the potters who live there.
Curator Karun Thakar discusses the significance of Punjabi embroidery in reflection on the latest Brunei Gallery exhibition.
India’s Prime Minister and his government are facing criticism for their handling of the Covid surge. But their political spin on the situation tells another tale.
Netajj Subhas Chandra Bose is a national hero in India – yet we don’t know much about him in the west. Netaji’s grandnephew tells us more.
The farmers’ protest in India has been on-going for two months – and with more than half of Indians working on farms, this is a
Since the signing of the 1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship, the nearly 1,800-kilometre border between Nepal and India has served as an open
As India observes Hindi Diwas, we talk to Hindi lecturer Rakesh Nautiyal to discuss the politics behind the day.
The Prime Minister’s reinterpretation of India’s constitutional principles is a source of enormous concern.
Dr Eleanor Newbegin explains the contested history of the Indian nation-state.
Two years since the murder of Mashal Khan, students take to the streets
It’s time we started taking yogis seriously, says religious scholar
In a year, which sees the 70th anniversary of the Partition of India, the theme of the Bloomsbury Festival is independence.
Voting has begun to elect a new President of India. The winner will replace Pranab Mukherjee, who has held office since 25 July 2012.
An artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity
‘What if he turns up at the next Kumbh Mela with 200 foreigners and wants to pitch camp?’