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As a pioneer in her field, Kishwar is contributing to the food tapestry of Australia through cultural exchange.In this podcast, Kishwar sheds a light on roots of South Asian cooking, celebrating Australian produce and local growers.Listen to how Kishwar shares her experience of India, her leadership as a South Asian woman making an impact on India …
 
Investing in Renewable Energy: Collaborating through Tech This podcast was recorded live in New Delhi on the sixth of September, during the Australia India Leadership Dialogue.It is conversation between Mike Cannon-Brookes, the co-CEO and co-Founder of Australian founded tech company Atlassian, and Suhasini Haidar, the Diplomatic Editor of The Hind…
 
Tagore is one of the founding fathers of the Republic of India, alongside the likes of Nehru, Gandhi and Ambedkar. He was a world-renowned poet, composer, playwright, painter and social reformer among many other things and was best known outside of South Asia for his collection of poems, Gitanjali, that awarded him the Nobel prize in Literature 191…
 
Dr. Surjeet Dhanji, Manager for Victorian Government Projects at the Australia India Institute chats to Arpita Das, founder of Yoda Press, and Editor of South Asian Series, Melbourne University Press. Arpita is also visiting faculty, lecturer at Ashoka University, where she teaches critical thinking. Amongst her many other ventures is her feminist …
 
Tamil Nadu located in the southern Part of India, is the country’s 2nd largest economy, 3rd largest exporting state and currently contributes 8.95% to India's net exports. Over the years the state has attracted tremendous investment and emerged as the number one investment destination in the first nine months of the Financial Year of 2022. The stat…
 
Published in 2018, An India Economic Strategy to 2035: Navigating Potential to Delivery, created a blueprint for the future of Australia’s economic engagement with India and remains a key framework for driving the Australia-India relationship forward. This month, the India Economic Strategy Update was published and launched by Trade, Tourism and In…
 
Frank Wesley, was a prolific and influential artist from Azamgarh who later worked in Mussoorie, India. He became known for pushing boundaries in religious art forms and he won various accolades. His art work had broad appeal, with his work featuring in a Vatican display, on the first UNICEF Christmas card and, perhaps most notably, on the urn for …
 
On 24 February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. Going beyond the contested regions in the East, the Russian troops marched on other Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, and Putin announced that his nuclear forces were on high alert. This war has had a significant humanitarian, economic, and geopolitical fallout. Meanwhile the UN General Assembly has vote…
 
2021 witnessed the historic elevation of the QUAD when the leaders of the four nations met in the US and discussed the future of the QUAD and the Indo-Pacific. The members also agreed to work together on multiple issues of significance, and through their QUAD vaccine diplomacy played a crucial role in helping the region deal with the pandemic. QUAD…
 
The Australia India Institute's Director, Lisa Singh in conversation with Professor Bindu Puri from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on the significance of satyagraha as a method of earning rights through self-suffering rather than inflicting suffering on others and the influence of such satyagraha on contemporary movements and as an inspiration t…
 
COVID-19 is the virus that shut down the world. High vaccination rates have the potential to unlock global travel, however both India and Australia have a long way to go to vaccinate their populations. What can India and Australia learn from each other’s experiences in rolling out COVID-19 vaccines? And what role does, or could, the media play towa…
 
India’s devastating second wave of COVID-19 is finally showing signs of easing after weeks of lockdowns across the country. But hospitals in India are still overflowing with COVID-19 patients. In this podcast, we hear from two frontline health workers in India who share their experiences treating COVID-19 patients in intensive care and counselling …
 
As coronavirus continues to ravage India, students from India find themselves torn between family responsibilities at home and their studies in Australia. Monash University PhD candidate Shaheen Ahmed is in Melbourne and unable to be with her family in India. While Dr Akash Aaron is using his medical skills to support a charitable hospital in India…
 
In this podcast, the Australia India Institute’s Professor Ashok Muthupandian, Professor Nathan Grills and Dr Haripriya (Priya) Rangan discuss the current COVID-19 crisis devastating India and how the Institute and University of Melbourne are lending support.Professor Ashok Muthupandian is the AII’s Acting Director and the Assistant Deputy Vice-Cha…
 
In the second episode of Ten Minutes India, we speak with Senior Research Adviser at the Australia India Institute, Jyoti Shukla.Jyoti Shukla is a Lecturer in Property at the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. She also works as a Senior Research Adviser at the Australia India Institute. Issues related to …
 
Senator Lisa Singh was the first woman of South Asian heritage to be elected to Australia's Parliament. She spoke to Dr Priya Chacko about why Australia needs to forge stronger bonds with India and what steps can be taken to strengthen the bilateral relationship.Host: Dr Priya ChackoProducer: Simon PapagiorcopuloAudio Engineer: Chris Hatzis…
 
Has the Modi government delivered on its election promises? What does February's interim budget tell us about the future of the world's fastest-growing economy? Dr Amitendu Palit from the National University of Singapore's Institute for South Asian Studies shares his expert insights with the Aii.Host: Simon PapagiorcopuloProducer: Simon Papagiorcop…
 
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Witwatersrand Adam Habib joins Professor Haripriya Rangan to discuss how India is perceived in South Africa and how institutions in the Global South are moving to address inequality in education.Host: Haripriya RanganAudio Engineer: Chris HatzisAustralia India Institute による
 
There are 22 official languages in India, but more than 780 have been recognised. It can be a challenge to communicate across the country, and while the most common language is Hindi there’s a communication of all sorts in a variety of dialects and scripts.Guests: Professor Robin Jeffrey, Professor Ian WoolfordHost: Matthew Smith…
 
Religion and caste divide Indians in many ways – religion primarily between Hindu and Muslim, with Hindus further divided by a complex caste system that can influence where they work, how they live and who they marry. How is modern India dealing with internal divisions?Guest: Professor Robin JeffreyHost: Matthew Smith…
 
With a fast-growing population and aspirations to join the throwaway prosperity of the developed world, India generates vast quantities of waste, sewage and pollution. How does it deal with the problem?Guests: Emeritus Professor Robin Jeffrey, Associate Professor Assa DoronHost: Matthew SmithAustralia India Institute による
 
Over the years, the Indian National Congress has largely looked to the Nehru-Gandhi family for leadership, making them powerful figures in India's political landscape. Does current leader Rahul Gandhi have what it takes?Guest: Emeritus Professor Robin JeffreyHost: Matthew SmithAustralia India Institute による
 
India goes to the polls in 2019, and popular incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently favoured to retain his position. With close to a billion people eligible to vote, elections in India present immense organisational hurdles.Guest: Emeritus Professor Robin JeffreyHost: Matthew SmithAustralia India Institute による
 
In 2017, India celebrated 70 years of independence from British rule. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country, calling for the people to set aside their differences. “India is about peace, unity and goodwill,” said Modi. “we have to take the country ahead with the determination of creating a new India.” Can a new India emerge from the ol…
 
Professor Srila Roy from the University of the Witwatersrand explores the evolution of feminism in India and highlights the local impact of the global #MeToo movement.Hosts: Dr Amanda Gilbertson and Dr Amy PiedalueProducer: Simon PapagiorcopuloAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerAustralia India Institute による
 
What is gender justice, and how can we work toward gender equality and security in India and across the world? In this episode, Dr Kikon, Lecturer in Anthropology and Development at the University of Melbourne some key features of gender justice in India and South Asia with Dr Amy Piedalue.Australia India Institute による
 
Land is many things to different people. In India, as elsewhere, it bestows status, is a source of livelihood, and I san asset that earns rents as well as profits. But how has the commodification of land resulted in legal, and sometimes violent contestations involving the state, landowners, corporations, and communities?…
 
Many analyst believe the only way for India to meet rising energy demands will be to build dozens of new coal-fired power stations - much like China during its rapid economic development in recent decades. But is India ready to carve out a new path forward? Guest: Professor Rangan BanerjeeHost: Dr Jonathan BallsProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer…
 
"'Education is like nectar of the gods' said one parent'... some people were willing work 16 hour days so that their children could remain in school" - Professor Craig JeffreyCREDITSHost: Professor Craig JeffreyProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delh…
 
"There's never been an urban solution to a rural problem ... only the people on the ground know the solution to rural problems." This has been the driving principle of Bunker Roy, who in 1972 founded the Barefoot College, in the village of Tilonia in Rajasthan, India, with the mission provide basic services and solutions in rural communities with t…
 
"Magic has an incredible power to unite, to transgress cultural and social boundaries, and to create communities of feeling." - Professor Craig JeffreyCREDITSHost: Professor Craig JeffreyProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and founding partners …
 
What is power and how does it operate in India today? Who commands power and how does power infuse politics and everyday social relations? And have power relations changed in India over time?CREDITSGuest: Professor John HarrissHost: Dr Trent BrownProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in association with …
 
Recent demonetisation efforts by Narendra Modi have attempted to address underlying issues of power and distribution in India. But have these measures addressed the problem of India's 'black economy' ? CREDITSHost: Dr Trent BrownGuest: Professor Stuart CorbridgeProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in as…
 
If India's bulging youth population can be harnessed in the next 20 years, it will set the country on an unprecedented run of economic growth. But how do you provide skills training to 400 million Indians by 2022? That's the task Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set for himself and his government. CREDITSHost: Dr Trent BrownGuest: Dr Divya NambiarP…
 
Ram Guha and Gideon Haigh are two of cricket's most passionate fans. They also happen to be two of the sport's best writers. Listen in as they catch up for the first time in many years. This is one fascinating conversation you don't want to miss.CREDITSHost: Gideon HaighGuest: Ramachandra GugaProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis…
 
Historians often neglect India’s role in World War II. In his new book ‘India's War: The Making of Modern South Asia, 1939-1945’, historian Dr Srinath Raghavan explores India’s contribution to the war effort and the tremendous way in which the war impacted India. CREDITSHost: Souresh RoyGuest: Dr Srinath RaghavanProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Enginee…
 
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi can claim to have restored India’s economic growth trajectory and built a remarkable international profile. He has positioned himself domestically as a leader who gets things done. However, he is seeking to make fundamental changes to the relationship between New Delhi and the states, between politics and busine…
 
Join us as political cartoonist Ajit Ninan from the 'Times of India' discusses the daily process of capturing the public discourse of the world's largest democracy.CREDITSHost: Sushi DasGuest: Ajit NinanProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and fo…
 
Feminist icon and publisher Urvashi Butalia discusses the deep desire Indian woman have to change their lives and her role in giving these women a voice.CREDITSHost: Dr Dolly KikonGuest: Urvashi ButaliaProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and fou…
 
India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru wanted India to have a mixed economy, one that assimilated the best of capitalism and socialism. Nearly 70 years down the line, many believe India adopted the worst of both worlds.From the 1990s onwards we’ve seen the emergence of cronyism in India, where governments act in a manner that benefits the pr…
 
"I can't help imagining how a 100 rupee note might have been worth 80 rupees one month, 85 the next, then 90, 95 and finally the day came when real value and printed value aligned and it acquired its 'true worth'." - Professor Craig JeffreyCREDITSHost: Professor Craig JeffreyProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is brough…
 
Despite two decades of economic growth, more than 70 percent of urban Indian workers don’t have formal sector jobs. Entrepreneur Sahil Shekhar explores inefficiencies in the education and labor markets that prevent matching the right candidate with the right skills for the right job. CREDITSHost: Dr Trent BrownGuest: Sahil SekharProducer: Kog Ravin…
 
"Youth across the world are putting their political effort into 'being the change they want to see in the world' – a phrase that is misattributed to Gandhi.""The Occupy Movement is a good example. Rather than spending time petitioning politicians, Occupy activists sought to build an ideal society – a ‘better tomorrow’ - realised through such activi…
 
Much of the health economics literature in India has focused on the pervasive problem of malnutrition and infectious diseases. However, a topic that has garnered considerably less attention is the rising phenomenon of obesity.CREDITSHost: Souresh RoyGuest: Professor Pushkar MaitraProducer: Kog RavindranAudio Engineer: Gavin NebauerThis podcast is b…
 
"Young people often reproduce pernicious systems. But they alsoundermine them. Even forms of political action that can be ushered quite quickly into the categories of ‘progressive’ or ‘retrogressive’ often contain within them contradictory impulses and potentials." - Professor Craig JeffreyCreditsThis podcast is brought to you in association with t…
 
As India continues its quest get one billion Indians online by 2020, filmmaker Andrew Garton discusses his new film 'Ocean in a Drop' which explore the impact of broadband internet on rural India. CreditsThis podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and founding partners La Trobe University and the Univers…
 
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