India’s ongoing efforts in promoting bilateral investment and cooperation in the area of innovation has had a strong impact.
The Safer Pro by Leaf Wearables allows women to send alerts to emergency contacts - even without phone signal.
The global middle class is expanding as developing countries imitate successful institutions and policies from developed nations.
Solar energy has become much cheaper than traditional sources of energy.
Delhi’s government has introduced a reformed curriculum that teaches children yoga, meditation and how to take pride in their work.
The world's first-ever Development Impact Bond provided $270,000 to fund an initiative by the charity, Educate Girls.
India is fast acquiring the ability to shape the Indo-Pacific region and, beyond that, the dynamically evolving global order.
According to a recent report, there will be 950,000 millionaires in the country in less than ten years.
Soft power is an increasingly important part of India’s foreign policy, argues Shanatu Kishwar of the Observer Research Foundation; and Buddhism is a key component.
New research shows that the Indian economy could be boosted by $770 billion.
On average, a woman in rural India walks between 5 and 20 kilometres a day to fetch water.
Community projects are playing an increasing role in helping residents of Bangalore find a secure and sustainable water supply.
When faith or identity are used to sell services and goods, it can either promote diversity or increase differences. That's why inclusiveness is key.
Until larger grids are developed, rural areas in developing countries should make sure of mini-grids.
Every one of India’s 1.3 billion people uses an average 11kg of plastic each year. After being used, much of this plastic finds its way to the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean, where it can m...