India

印度共和國(孟加拉語:ভারতীয় প্রজাতন্ত্র,Bhārat projatontro;英語:Republic of India),通稱印度(孟加拉語:ভারত;英語:India),是位於南亞印度次大陸上的國家,印度面積位列世界第七,印度人口眾多,位列世界第二,截至2019年7月印度擁有人口13.6億,僅次中國人口的14億,人口增長速度大於中國人口增長速度,是亞洲第二大也是南亞最大的國家,聲稱領土面積328.73萬平方公里,實際管轄面積316.64萬平方公里,無爭議領土面積298萬平方公里。 --來自 維基百科


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2017/06/16 | Harsh V. Pant

Troubled Waters: Modi Seeks to Smooth Ties with Putin

Despite Modi’s recent visit, Moscow–Delhi ties are likely to remain tumultuous in the coming years.

2017/06/14 | TNL 編輯

An Extremely Rare Cobra Lily Has Been Rediscovered in India

The plant, Arisaema translucens, had not been recorded since it was first collected from southern India in 1932.

2017/06/09 | Maxine Chen

Lizard DNA has Surprising Lessons for India's Grasslands

Unexpected diversity of a family of lizards in India implies that tropical grasslands are not human-made ecosystems as often argued.

2017/05/31 | Raina Paul & Prabhpreet Singh Sood

India's Filthiest Rivers

Fishermen and farmers are paying for India's loosely enforced waste water environmental regulations.

2017/05/29 | Charukesi Ramadurai

The Uncertain Future of India’s ‘Land of Toys’

Channapatna’s wooden creations are on the brink of fading out in the next couple of decades.

2017/05/24 | Moushumi Basu

Two to Tango: Skewed Sex Ratio Spells Danger for Rhinos in India

Although the numbers of rhinos are still increasing, when it comes to long-term viability, having more males than females could be as a big a threat as poaching.

2017/05/15 | Rajanya Bose & Anirban Bhattacharya

Millions of Ragpickers are Critical for Waste Management in India

When waste is disposed of in India, it is done with little concern for those who will be handling it later. For example, both soiled diapers and sanitary napkins need to be treated as medical waste.

2017/05/09 | The Third Pole

Sandmining is Destroying Asia’s Rivers

Uncontrolled and mostly illegal extraction of sand and rocks from riverbeds for construction is killing rivers across South Asia and China, and must be tightly controlled.

2017/04/28 | Prachi Salve

Sanitation Failures Kill and Stunt Children in India

Unsafe water, poor hygiene practices, and inadequate sanitation are not only the causes of the continued high incidence of diarrhoeal diseases but a significant contributing factor in under-five mortality.

2017/04/28 | Sarita Santoshini

How Text Messages are Saving the Lives of Indian Mothers

'It shouldn’t matter where we live or what community we belong to. We don’t deserve to die.'

2017/04/24 | Shreya Dasgupta

Skin Slime of Indian Frog Can Kill Flu Virus

Molecules in the slimy skin secretions of the wide-spread Fungoid Frog can destroy some strains of the influenza viruses, according to a new study.

2017/04/24 | David Shinn

China’s Power Projection in the Western Indian Ocean

Since 2008, China has significantly increased its naval presence in the Indian Ocean, giving rise to Indian concerns of potential military encirclement and raising questions in American strategic thinking about China’s ultimate objectives.

2017/04/18 | Eleanor Cummins

The Spies Who Mapped Great Swathes of South Asia by Foot

Using secret tools, and under cover of night, Indian 'pundits' charted land for the British.

2017/04/18 | Pradeep S. Mehta and Kyle Cote

Trump and the Future of India–US Relations

Less than three months into Donald Trump’s term as president, those watching in India are intensely anticipating how bilateral relations will proceed with the United States.