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Director Danny Boyle with the cast of Slumdog Millionaire (Pal Pillai/AFP/Getty Images).
Slumdog Millionaire: Loved Everywhere But India?
Why there was a backlash against the Oscars favorite – especially in India. more
L to R: In Washington on May 9, Swaminathan Aiyar, Stephen Rasmussen, Damian von Stauffenberg, and moderator Sasidhar Thumuluri discuss the microfinance industry in Asia.
Microfinance: Too Much Money Chasing Too Few Clients
Experts describe how a funding sector evolved "by accident," and suggest where it will go from here. more
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It's Not Where You Live, It's What You Know
Technology enables emerging nations to improve their education systems and gain a competitive edge in a global economy. more
Driving Global Innovations from Emerging Markets
"The West will meet the East in India and both will co-innovate new solutions for the entire world." more
Panelists at Asia Society's 2011 Indian Union Budget discussion in New York on Mar. 1, 2011.
Indian Budget 2011: 'Every Challenge Presents an Opportunity'
In early 2011, experts look at India's economic outlook and like what they see. more
Official logo of the Jaipur Literature Festival.
Jaipur: The 'Great Indian Mela'
India's premiere literary event attracts bigger names, and bigger crowds, every year. more
In New York on Jan. 10, 2011, Anand Giridharadas describes how India's evolving consumer culture empowers more and more poor and middle-class Indians. (2 min., 47 sec.)
Cell Phones, iPads, and the Changing Indian Psyche
Personal stories of change in India, from the new super-rich to villagers breaking out from traditional life. more
India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation's Remaking by Anand Giridharadas. (Times Books, 2011)
Excerpt: Anand Giridharadas' 'India Calling'
This memoir by a young Indian American and International Herald Tribune correspondent recounts his "reverse migration." more
In New York on Nov. 29, 2010, Navina Sundaram assesses her aunt Amrita Sher-Gil's psychological state towards the end of her life. (3 min., 45 sec.)
Amrita Sher-Gil in Her Own Words
Letters and images evoke one of India's major 20th-century painters. more
The Tryst Betrayed: Reflections on Indian Diplomacy and Development by Jagat Mehta.
India to Strengthen Bonds with Neighbors for Regional Stability
India needs to make stronger efforts in building functional relationships with its neighbors for the country and the region. more