Conflicting case: India, Pakistan and Afghanistan’s New Dam

India's involvement in building the Shahtoot Dam is a positive step forward for Afghanistan, but may ruffle feathers in Pakistan, writes MADELEINE LOVELLE, Research Analyst, Global Food and Water Crises Research Programme

You snooze you lose, Team India

They may have won the series, but can India find the right balance in the middle order slots for the World Cup, asks YAJURVINDRA SINGH

We need to return to Gandhian art of dialogue

ANIL RAJVANSHI on how Gandhi kept the dialogue with different factions at a high moral level and why we need follow in his footsteps

The Lucky Country needs to move forward

On Australia Day 2019, the debate will rise again on whether it is time we became a republic and had our own true blue Head of State

Why the Indian Ocean region might soon play a lead role in world affairs

CRAIG JEFFREY on why there's a strong economic and political logic to spotlighting the Indian Ocean as a key emerging region in world affairs and strategic priority for Australia

Veni Vidi Vici

Virat Kohli and his band of 18 have not only won the Border Gavaskar trophy, but also the hearts of the Aussies

Opinion: Why Kerry O’Keeffe’s “blackout” is a step too far

Early on during the match, Indian broadcaster Sony quietly switched off Australian commentator Kerry O’Keeffe, blacking him out from Indian airwaves.

2019: The Year of Election Battles

With NSW elections, Australian Federal elections and Indian elections all kicking off early 2019, it's set to be an exciting year

Next, a presidential contest between Modi and Rahul

No mercy can be expected from the electorate for the Modi government's failure to keep the promise of vikas or development, writes AMULYA GANGULI

India-Australia must forge knowledge partnership

Can the two countries envision a mutually-benefiting relationship on the basis of education, questions AMIT DASGUPTA