India is preparing for another COVID surge but low vaccine coverage leaves it vulnerable
The Indian healthcare system’s capacity to respond to the second wave was insufficient, as its preparedness – fearfully arranged during the first wave – had been rolled back.
How a vial of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine travels from a lab in Missouri to an arm in Bangladesh
Some of the vaccines require super-cold storage at virtually all points along the journey until they reach someone’s upper arm.
India’s pandemic exodus was a biological disaster and stranded migrant workers should be classified as internally displaced
Shortly after the announcement of a lockdown, it was reasonably anticipated that the closure of business would detrimentally affect the social and economic conditions of millions of daily wage workers in the country.
From 13 unis to 1: why Australia needs to reverse the loss of South Asian studies
Only five of the 40 Australian universities offer semester-length subjects on India or South Asia. Six universities offered an Indian language in 1996. Now only two do so.