Fuel cell cars that emit only water. Batteries that can give cars a range of 1000 kms. These are not fiction but the reality for today’s Indian startups. Here’s a deep dive into how hydrogen and battery fuel cells hold the key to a better, cleaner and economically sustainable India.
A Lithium-ion battery is the holy grail of the electric vehicle industry and the recent NITI Aayog proposal to subsidise manufacturing of batteries might be the paradigm shift that Indian automakers were waiting for.
Since 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have transformed various sectors of Indian society and have immensely contributed to global development policy. This article explores how India is planning to play its part in making these goals a reality for the country’s diverse population.
Rabindranath Tagore? APJ Abdul Kalam? Ramanujan? The upcoming birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi might be an opportunity for us to think about including other iconic Indian faces on our currency notes.
Once it seemed inevitable that the internet would create a more open, diverse society in China. Now it’s fostering young nationalists who are unknowingly dancing to the tunes of an authoritarian regime.
Zhenhua Data Technology Limited, a Shenzhen based firm has put together a database with the personal information of over two million people of public interest in order to give China a strategic and commercial advantage.
A recent rapidfire visit to four ASEAN countries by Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe, is more of an exercise in projecting power than taking actual steps for creating peace in the South China Sea.
By acquiring the Future Group, Asia’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani aims to solidify his position in India’s retail sector in order to compete with global e-commerce giants like Amazon and Flipkart.
A detailed account of String of Pearls, Belt and Road Initiative, Kra Canal Project and everything else China is doing to bring back its own version of colonialism.
We try to understand the views of Dr. Ambedkar on China, India’s foreign policy and Communism. An in-depth analysis reveals why Ambedkar was a thinker way ahead of his time.