Close ties between Africa and China are most likely to accelerate the transmission of COVID-19 into the African continent.
We are witnessing the largest collective meltdown in our living memory. What toll is it taking on our mental health?
The senseless killing of Sikhs in a Gurdwara in Kabul raises questions of safety of minorities in Afghanistan.
How does one balance the debate between totalitarian impulse and necessary protocols to appeal to the public?
As the battle against COVID-19 rages across the globe, the focus shifts to local governance where the war will be won, or lost.
More than three months have passed since COVID-19 made its deathly entry into our lives. How far away is the cure?
Can the proposed National Social Registry alleviate procedural complications in disbursing welfare benefits in India?
Is Universal Income the best system to support people during times of distress? Analysing the best version of free cash transfer that would help...
Syria, Turkey and Russia compete for power in idlib. With recent exit of NATO troops in the region, does it have to be a fight to the finish?
Amidst a deadly pandemic, the internet is a messiah to mankind. Will taking the invention to space make serve us better?
COVID-19 is shifting working patterns as companies are forced to embrace remote working. Could this be the start of a new way of working?
Biotechnology and Biochemistry replete with genetic engineering can empower mankind to heal itself or inflict untold miseries.
While the world grapples with the coronavirus, at least 17 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans lost their lives, at Bastar.
Traditional manufacturers are struggling to optimise productivity. How can data help companies transition to smart manufacturing?
As the COVID-19 pandemic advances, the fight against the virus has taken on a new front: against misinformation.
With Ankara encouraging migrants to cross into Europe, does the EU-Turkey migration deal need a relook?
China's role as the world's primary manufacturer is at risk as trade partners struggle to meet demands. Can India provide an alternate supply line?
After two decades of U.S troops in Afghanistan, will the U.S -Taliban agreement usher in a new political narrative?
In a technology-driven world, governments are struggling to find a balance between national security and individual rights.
Connecting smartphones, laptops and smart devices to the infrastructure of the internet requires a gargantuan amount of energy, leaving a hefty...