Modi’s Independence Day Speech: Opening New Fronts

Indian PM Modi's address was, on one level, directed towards Pakistan at a deeper level, it also targeted China’s attitude to India, writes LINDSAY HUGHES Research Analyst, Indian Ocean Research Programme

India’s Goods and Services Tax: A First Step Towards Major Economic Growth?

The Indian government appears to be moving towards increasing the country’s revenue generation through automation, writes LINDSAY HUGHES 

On social inclusion

What it means to be ‘Australian’ is an ever-changing concept, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Parramasala 2017: Plenty of diversity…

… but was there oneness of spirit, asks RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

A few good men (and women)

The Indian community in New South Wales is beginning to make its presence felt, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

The Rise and Fall of Indian Studies at USyd

RADHA WAHYUWIDAYAT investigates the disappearance of a sub-continent Artwork by Alexeya Mowat

Challenges await the winner

Turnbull or Shorten, whoever the prime minister is after 2 July will have their work cut out for them, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Pakistan revolution can be to India’s gain

Strong economics can be a boon for neighbours who have had problems festering between them for far too long, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Indian-origin diplomats in New Delhi: Australia was a trendsetter

The Australian Foreign Service initiated a multicultural presence in the western diplomatic corps long before it became the norm in India, writes RAKESH AHUJA

Life lessons from the Master

ROBYN SEFIANI writes about how an encounter with Sachin Tendulkar, cricketing great, taught her lessons that apply to the workplace