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The COP28 Declaration on Food and Agriculture will not help solve the problem of sustainability. For that, a reorientation of global agrifood systems is needed.

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India is behind in handling intimate partner violence. Getting on top of the problem requires reform in law, health policy and changing attitudes.

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A convergence of their economic and strategic interests has the potential to take the Australia-India relationship to the next level.

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Parliamentary procedures have been tossed aside as an increasing number of laws are passed with little or no debate.

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The Russia-Ukraine conflict, the Israeli invasion of Gaza, and Chinese aggression in the South China Sea are likely to require greater action from New Delhi.

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Parliament’s hollowing out can only be checked, and reversed, by a successful electoral challenge to the Modi personality cult.

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The Indian government is weaponising ‘national interest’ measures to close down reporting it deems critical of the Modi government.

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For nine of the last ten years, the most searches were for why Apple products and Evian water are so expensive.

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India is on its way to becoming the third-largest economy in the world, yet unemployment among young people with graduate degrees is at an all-time high.

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Criticism of EVMs is legitimate, but it shouldn’t overwhelm the devices’ potential to strengthen democracy

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Elections in India are a paradoxical see-saw between trust and legitimacy crisis.

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