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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2016/11/28 | TV Padma

Pollution From India, China Reaches Stratosphere

Pollution is also affecting the pattern of the South Asian monsoon.

2016/11/27 | Devanik Saha

India Drowning in Sea of Fake Money

Is India doing enough to detect fake notes, cited by the Prime Minister as a significant reason for withdrawing 86 percent of India’s currency, a process popularly known as demonetisation?

2016/11/27 | Prachi Salve

Overflowing Cities: 157 Million Indians Still Without Toilets

There are 157 million Indians without toilets. That equals eight Olympic-sized pools of poo daily. Women and girls are at particular risk of health issues due to the sanitation crisis.

2016/11/25 | Ian Dudgeon

Pakistan: Leader's Reputation on the Line in Terrorist Crackdown

The prime minister's ability to deliver will be sorely tested and his credibility is on the line, writes Ian Dudgeon.

2016/11/20 | Rajiv Kumar

Does Rupee Reform Mean the Death of India’s Black Market?

In a country where political process, real estate transactions, religious festivals and lavish weddings reek of 'black' money, Modi has walked the talk, writes Rajiv Kumar.

2016/11/18 | Oommen C Kurian

India's Disappearing Dead: The Story Of Dengue in Delhi

Data shows that officials have been massively underreporting the number of deaths caused by dengue fever in Delhi.

2016/11/17 | The Japan Times

A Questionable Nuclear Deal Between Japan and India

Doubts persist though the accord says the cooperation will be restricted to peaceful purposes.

2016/11/13 | Devanik Saha

India's Alarmingly High Salt Intake and Changing Diets a Killer: Study

'Over the past 30 years, the average Indian diet has been transformed.' The average Indian now consumes 119% more salt per day than the WHO limit.

2016/11/12 | Charu Bahri

Why 10 Million Indian Women Secretly Undergo Abortions Every Year

Millions of women become pregnant because they lack access to contraceptive devices, are fearful of using them, or, are ignorant about their use.

2016/11/11 | Shashank Joshi

What Donald Trump means for India

'Donald Trump is not an unknown quantity (no-one with 34,000 tweets could be described as such) but many of his views on Asia are glib, erratic, or extreme.

2016/11/01 | Sarosh Bana

India’s Leaky Submarines

After this debacle, it is clear that confidentiality and information security will be important factors in determining the outcome of future international military tenders.

2016/10/20 | Abdul Basit

India–Pakistan Tensions Back on the Rise

'Warmongering on both sides will further aggravate the already precarious situation in the region. '

2016/10/18 | Shreya Shah

In One Year, India’s TB Deaths Doubled. Here’s Why

India, Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa account for 60 percent of the new TB cases in the world. India, China and the Russian Federation account for 45 percent of multi-drug resistant cases in the world. 

2016/10/17 | Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada

The China Factor in India–Bhutan Relations

China appears to be expanding its presence in the Himalayas through negotiations with one of India’s neighbors: Bhutan.

2016/10/14 | Alison Saldanha

Delhi Still the World’s Most Polluted Megacity

Inefficient modes of transport, household fuel and waste burning, coal-fired power plants, and industrial activities are the major sources of air pollution.

2016/10/12 | Abhishek Waghmare

Why Boycott Calls Against China — India’s Largest Trade Partner — Will Fail

A sixth of India’s imports are Chinese, up from a tenth in 2011-12, while India’s exports to its rival have halved over the same period.

2016/10/12 | Sumit Kumar

How India Views the U.S. President Elections

Which candidate would be best for the future of Indo-American relations? An expert shares his views.

2016/10/05 | The Japan Times

OPINION: Kashmir Again On The Boil

India needs to maintain its restraint over Kashmir, but the backers of violence there must pay a price for their support of extremism.