Silver streak for Deakin in India

Deakin University completes 25 years in India

Will Modi be returned to power?

Modi has failed to tackle corruption and reassure religious minorities threatened by Hindu nationalism. But might he get elected just because Congress has no one to offer, asks LINDSAY HUGHES

Putting soldiers at risk

Why were MiG-21 aircraft, a Soviet-era relic, used to combat more modern F-16s and their Chinese copies, the JF-17s, asks LINDSAY HUGHES

New partnership between O.P.Jindal University and Wollongong University

Ties in education will foster people-to-people linkages

How social media ‘shifted’ India’s focus to Abhinandan’s release

Indian social media users blatantly posted information that was fake, demonstrating that they became victims of psychological warfare controlled by foreign powers

UN chief holding discussions ‘with different parties’ on India-Pak situation

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' discussions with India and Pakistan urge both countries to do whatever they can to de-escalate the situation

India-set documentary on menstruation wins at Oscars 2019

The 26-minute film follows girls and women in Hapur in northern India and their experience with the installation of a pad machine in their village.

Melting Himalayan glaciers: a big drop in a bucket that’s already full

We may not lose our glaciers permanently, but the human race's chances of survival are certainly bleak if we keep ignoring climate change, writes ANTHONY DOSSETO

Why the beef with just beef?

Why don’t the ‘Hindus’ protest against the atrocities of the dairy industry?

The Pravasi Bharatiya experience

MALA MEHTA was a delegate at the Pravasi Bharatiya Sammelan (Overseas Indian Conference) at Varanasi this year