The ISMW Act 1979 has serious limitations in the present context, as the architecture of migration has changed over the years. The COVID-19 crisis necessitates urgent reforms.
The Odisha government's handling of the economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic holds lessons for other state governments in India.
A group of students and alumni from a law school in Patna have been helping migrant workers stranded by the COVID-19 lockdown. But now they are running out of money.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi represents the great contradiction of Hindutva politics. He promises hope and 'good days', but peddles falsehoods and hubris.
A new wave of Assamese cinema had just taken off when the COVID-19 crisis hit. Five prominent filmmakers talk about the damages caused and what the future looks like.
It wasn't just the Indian state's inhumanity that caused the migrant worker crisis, but also the very nature of the neoliberal capitalist system.
As it moves to lead an international probe on the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canberra finds its longstanding relationship with Beijing unraveling.
The COVID-19 pandemic could create greater demand for UN peacekeeping, and at the same time deprive peacekeepers of critical resources.
As right-wing leaders move to strengthen their grip during the COVID-19 pandemic, the governed people of the world must push back tactfully and cohesively.