India must host a global Lemonade Party

The Lemonade Party Movement, a newly formed global initiative which promotes the philosophy that "if life gives you a lemon, make lemonade", has in a statement called upon India to convene a global meet of leaders and influencers

Small steps can make Earth greener

According to a recent UN Environment Programme (UNEP) report, green pandemic recovery could cut up to 25 per cent off predicted 2030 greenhouse gas emissions and bring the world closer to meeting the 2 degrees Celsius goal of the Paris Agreement

Global Britain (Opinion)

The recent bonhomie between India and the UK during the continuing Covid-19 pandemic indeed comes as a real surprise. The Indo-UK bilateral ties during the recent times cant be labelled as one very strong or warm.

Covid-19 vaccination: Can India deliver that shot to all?

As the wealthy nations like the US and the UK begin vaccinating their public, the road ahead for India does not look very rosy as both Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines currently making headlines are yet to reach the country owing to a host of factors

NZ's most diverse election?

Massey University distinguished professor and sociologist Paul Spoonley is one of this country's leading researchers into social change. As the country comes to grips with an election result that will see a radical reset in the makeup of Parliament, he po

Maskless: The story of America's COVID-19 apocalypse

More than five months after America recorded its first COVID19 case, the domestic outbreak has sickened more than two million people, killed more than 126,000, new cases have spiked to record highs nationwide and yet, the simple act of masking up remains