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While malnutrition remains the primary concern, a significant section of the Indian population is still calorie-deficient.
Along with farm productivity, diet diversity and prevention of nutritional deficiencies are key factors in bolstering food security within India.
With a resurgence of the much-dreaded Havana syndrome among U.S. embassy officials, there are competing theories about its origins.
The recent demise of Dr. AQ Khan, the father of the Pakistani nuclear bomb, will hopefully put to rest the controversies that he courted in his lifetime.
While the COVID-19 pandemic may have exacerbated the economic crisis in Sri Lanka, there are a number of structural factors that cannot be ignored.
While the Afghanistan crisis may represent a collective failure of the western coalition forces and their chosen Afghan political elites, the U.S. will have to share a greater degree of blame.
The Vernian vision of a hydrogen economy may soon come to pass as countries adopt strategies to mitigate climate change and democratise energy sources.
Although influence operations are almost as old as human history, the pervasive presence of social media has allowed private agencies to monetise disinformation.
As the Delta variant continues to spread throughout Asia, lockdown restrictions and low vaccine rollouts threaten to undercut economic recovery in the region
The authorisation of Aducanumab, a new drug to cure Alzheimer’s, by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration has generated debates in the medical community.
As countries in the European Union undertake measures to open the bloc for non-essential travel, they will have to strictly monitor changes in the status quo.
Japan is experiencing its fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
With declining demographic growth rates, China will have to restructure its manpower- intensive economy.
The global controversy surrounding AstraZeneca, India’s primary vaccine, together with an inadequate adverse reaction reporting system, has given rise to many unanswered questions.
Reporters across the globe are witnessing an increase in threats, arrests, and censorship.
Technology has disrupted the traditional model of news production by empowering the audience to amplify it or create new content altogether.
Though social media reach is tremendous in India, its platforms have not been used to spread misinformation or create agitations.
The only way to nip misinformation in the bud is to work alongside social media platforms.
In a market as large and diverse as India, it is important to tailor regulatory requirements with great care if fair, equitable, and responsible behaviour is to be ensured in the digital ecosystem.
The way forward is to have governments and institutions working together for a disinformation-free society