India Rising – A Land of Languages
4 Dec 2018
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 ...
India Rising – Waste of a Nation
20 Nov 2018
With a fast-growing population and aspirations to join the throwaway prosperity of the developed world, India generates vast quantities of waste, sewage and pollution. How does it deal with the ...
India Rising – Dynastic Leadership
14 Nov 2018
Over the years, the Indian National Congress has largely looked to the Nehru-Gandhi family for leadership, making them powerful figures in India's political landscape. Does current leader Rahul Gandhi ...
India Rising – Voting in the World’s Largest Democracy
6 Nov 2018
India goes to the polls in 2019, and popular incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently favoured to retain his position. With close to a billion people eligible to vote ...
India Rising – A Post-Colonial Hangover
30 Oct 2018
How has India been shaped by its years in the British Empire? Can a new India emerge from the old? Professor Robin Jeffrey explains in our latest podcast show released ...
The Afternoon Adda – New feminisms and India's experience with #MeToo
16 Oct 2018
Professor Srila Roy from the University of the Witwatersrand explores the evolution of feminism in India and highlights the local impact of the global #MeToo movement.
The Afternoon Adda - What is the Future of Gender Justice? with Dr Dolly Kikon
26 Mar 2018
Recorded on International Women's Day, Dr Dolly Kikon and Dr Amy Piedalue discuss what is gender justice, and how can we work toward gender equality and security in India ...
The Afternoon Adda - Keywords for India: Land with Professor Anthony D'Costa
8 Aug 2017
Land is many things to different people. In India, as elsewhere, it bestows status, is a source of livelihood, and an asset that earns rents as well as profits. But ...
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