For as little as $4 a day Indian workers process dangerous, toxic waste by hand. This unregulated, highly polluting industry is hidden away from police eyes.
UNSW Sydney's new India Centre in New Delhi will support landmark research and education partnerships, as well as student recruitment initiatives.
At a time when public conversation is defined by appeals to hyper emotion and facts don’t matter, we need Mahatma Gandhi more than ever, says award-winning Indian journalist Shoma Chaudhury.
UNSW Sydney's first ever Festival of India, "India Illuminated," was a high-energy celebration to promote Australia’s partnership and friendship with India.
UNSW Sydney will transform its campus for the Festival of India, a high-energy, event-packed week that will promote Australia’s partnership and friendship with the rapidly emerging global powerhouse.
UNSW researchers are trialling the potential of a removable rooftop weather barrier to alleviate the effect of intense heatwaves on low-income communities in urban India.
Khushboo Sood is one of 11 creative UNSW Future of Change Scholarship winners who will soon be joining the University.
A humble toilet block funded by UNSW Medicine students could boost attendance at a rural Indian girls’ school and ultimately improve literacy.
A leading expert on democratic theory, Professor Ashutosh Varshney, will contrast India’s democracy with its unsteady record of liberal freedoms at a free public lecture at UNSW on 12 July.
Australia has presented India’s Narendra Modi with replica Mahatma Gandhi spectacles – made entirely from waste using breakthrough recycling technology developed at UNSW.