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Denel punts Gupta weapons technology partnership as its second chance on the Indian subcontinent
Denel punts Gupta weapons technology partnership as its second chance on the Indian subcontinent
Denel Asia, the controversial Gupta-linked joint venture that has seen open war between the...
India's tough women wrestlers relish the prospect of wearing 'girly' saris in Rio
India's tough women wrestlers relish the prospect of wearing 'girly' saris in Rio
Pinning her opponent in a merciless half-nelson, women’s wrestler Vinesh Phogat hones her skills for the Rio Olympics – where, win or lose,...
Democracy is taking a beating as right-wing forces consolidate their grip on power
Democracy is taking a beating as right-wing forces consolidate their grip on power
The news has become a tightening cycle of horror. A truck smashes through a holiday crowd in Nice. Teenage soldiers are beaten to death on the...
Modi preaches peace in Durban while back home Indian troops open fire on mourners
Modi preaches peace in Durban while back home Indian troops open fire on mourners
It takes a special appreciation of irony to comprehend the events of the past weekend.
Why will India's prime minister not get the rapturous welcome he receives elsewhere?
Why will India's prime minister not get the rapturous welcome he receives elsewhere?
On 8-9 July, the Prime Minister of India, Mr Narenda Modi, will be visiting South Africa as the guest of President Zuma. The visit will be...
G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels
G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels
The leaders of some of the world’s biggest economies have agreed to stop subsidising fossil fuels in the next decade.
India shamed again by another brutal rape and murder
India shamed again by another brutal rape and murder
The brutal rape and murder of a 30-year-old Dalit law student on April 28 in south India’s Perumbavoor municipality in Kerala has sent shock waves...
Slum dweller moves up in the world
Slum dweller moves up in the world
From her spacious, one-bedroom apartment in a brand new housing block, Geetaben Thakore can take stock of her new life. The ground below was once a...
Sub-Saharan Africa's marginalisation an 'opportunity'
Sub-Saharan Africa's marginalisation an 'opportunity'
Sub-Saharan Africa is facing short- to medium-term marginalisation as attention and resources are diverted elsewhere.
India can cut carbon output – with help
India can cut carbon output – with help
To many eyes, India looks like a roadblock to an effective world climate deal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demand for “climate justice”...
[Slideshow]Water: Daily use in families around the world
[Slideshow]Water: Daily use in families around the world
Photographer Ashley Gilbertson photographed families in seven different countries for Unicef, documenting their comparative daily water use.

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