In the first episode of our new podcast series for 2020, Ten Minutes India, we speak with Dalit Feminist Dr Roja Singh.
Senator Lisa Singh was the first woman of South Asian heritage to be elected to Australia’s Parliament. She spoke to Dr Priya Chacko about why Australia needs to forge stronger bonds with India and what steps can be taken to strengthen the bilateral relationship. Host: Dr Priya Chacko Producer: Simon Papagiorcopulo Audio Engineer: Chris Hatzis
Has the Modi government delivered on its election promises? What does February’s interim budget tell us about the future of the world’s fastest-growing economy? Dr Amitendu Palit from the National University of Singapore’s Institute for South Asian Studies—and formerly an economist in the Indian government—shares his expert insights with the Australia India Institute. Read Dr …
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Witwatersrand Adam Habib joins Professor Haripriya Rangan to discuss how India is perceived in South Africa and how institutions in the Global South are moving to address inequality in education. Host: Haripriya Rangan Audio Engineer: Chris Hatzis
There are 22 official languages in India, but more than 780 have been recognised. It can be a challenge to communicate across the country, and while the most common language is Hindi there’s communication of all sorts in a variety of dialects and scripts. Guests: Professor Robin Jeffrey, Professor Ian Woolford Host: Matthew Smith