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Asher Hasan, CEO and founder of Naya Jeevan (R) speaks with P.G. Chakrabarti, Director of the SAARC (L), at Asia Society India Centre on November 12, 2010. (Asia Society India)
Lessons from the Deluge
Three months after Pakistan's catastrophic flooding, experts assess what can be learned from the disaster. more
Rajika Puri presents a lecture-demonstration at Asia Society's India Centre on the importance of myth in Indian culture on October 15, 2010. (Asia Society)
Storytelling Through Dance
World-renowned dancer Rajika Puri on the importance of myth in Indian culture. more
University of Alberta's President Indira Samarasekara spoke to Asia Society India Centre on strengthening India-Canada ties.
How India and Canada Can Grow Together
India and Canada have the foundation to build a super-partnership by working together on the Energy, Entrepreneurship, and Education. more
Australian High Commissioner to India Peter Varghese offers a balanced view of China's rise in Mumbai on Oct. 27, 2010. (3 min., 34 sec.)
Varghese: Australia and India to Gain from Working Together
Top Australian official foresees greater collaboration between two regional powers in the 21st century. more
The Melodramatic Public: Film Form and Spectatorship in Indian Cinema by Ravi Vasudevan (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).
Bollywood Melodrama, Explained
A scholar's new book examines Hindi cinema from multiple perspectives. more
Lawrence Summers (R) speaks with Uday Kotak, Executive Vice Chairman and Managing Director of the Kotak Mahindra Group, in Mumbai on Oct. 15, 2010. (Asia Society India Centre)
India and the Global Economy
In Mumbai, Obama's top economic official offers an optimistic prognosis for Indian growth. more
Stephen Cohen, Senior Fellow at Brookings Institution, speaking in Mumbai on Oct. 6, 2010. (Asia Society India Centre)
Decoding Ties Between the US and South Asia
A visiting American policy expert lays out the nuances of the US relationship with both India and Pakistan. more
In Mumbai on Sept. 29, 2010, Indian schoolgirls hold signs advocating for tolerance as they march with a peace rally on the eve of the Babri Masjid mosque verdict. (Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images)
Did India Pass the Secularism Test?
The peaceful reaction to the Babri Masjid mosque verdict counts as a victory, but it's still too early for self-congratulation. more
Dr. Andrew Light, left, discussed climate change policy with Bittu Sahgal.
Incentives and Sanctions Are Key to Climate Progress: Light
The U.S. has done more in the last year to combat global warming than it did in the previous two decades, according to a Center For American Progress climate expert. more
Some of the 400+ attendees at the August 2010 InspireED conference in Mumbai. (Asia Society India Centre)
Asia Society India Hosts 400+ at InspirED Conference
Over 400 educators from across the country gathered to participate in India’s only education conference based on innovation in education, InspirED. more