By monopolising vaccine production patents and distribution chains, wealthy nations of the world were able to secure the bulk of global stocks, leaving poorer ones at a disadvantage.
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has fueled another cycle of migrant workers' displacement in India. The state needs to develop better policies to deal with this endearing crisis.
In the northeast Indian state of Assam, the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party has crafted a potent, multi-dimensional formula to win this year's election.
The Biden administration recently slapped a new set of sanctions on Moscow. But their scope and strength indicate the US' quest for normalcy in the relationship.
The recent military coup in Myanmar has alarmed the world. But specific responses vary, and are contingent on unique geopolitical and geoeconomic dynamics.
In the past few years, several instances of friction between state governors and elected governments have emerged. What do they mean for this peculiar constitutional office?
The Al Ula Accord ends three years of bitter rift between Doha and its Gulf neighbours, most prominently Saudi Arabia. But Iran and Turkey could sour things in the future.
The entry of diary giant, Amul, into Andhra Pradesh will only give a fillip to the Jagan Mohan Reddy government's plan to boost the state's rural economy through milk production.
The massive farmers' protest that is currently underway in India is only a climactic manifestation of years of decay brought about by greater corporatisation of Indian agriculture.