Gayeti Singh
Gayeti Singh

Gayeti, currently Assistant Editor at, has worked in the media, publishing, development/advocacy and education sectors, in addition to two entrepreneurial ventures in the education and e-commerce space. Gayeti’s interests are politics, political economy and development with a specific focus on South Asia. She graduated from the University of Oxford and has recently accepted an offer to read the MPhil in Modern South Asian Studies at the University of Cambridge.

July 27, 2012

India Assam Riots: Indian Forces Given Shoot to Kill Orders Against Muslims

Muslim-Hindu violence rocks India.

Dec. 23, 2011

Sharad Pawar, Anna Hazare Corruption Fight, and Poor Economy Highlight India 2011 Woes

India is often celebrated as a recent success story: the largest democracy with one of the world's fastest growing economies. Developments in 2011 challenge this perception of success.
Nov. 11, 2011

What India can learn from the Greek Debt Crisis

Given the role of public spending and tax evasion in contributing to the Greek debt crisis, India can learn lessons to avoid a similar fate.
Aug. 5, 2011

India's Two Economic Faces

The country's economic liberalization perpetuates the deep divide between rich and poor.
July 15, 2011

Fasting as a Method of Public Protest in India

Are hunger strikes a form of extra-constitutional blackmail, or a legitimate form of political protest?
July 12, 2011

Concerns Over Indian Nuclear Plant Blinded by Politics

The alarming safety and economic concerns for the world's soon-to-be largest nuclear power plant is being dangerously buried in a political free-for-all.

April 8, 2011

The Nationalist Impact of Cricket in India

On April 2, the streets of India were overrun by celebratory crowds and a sense of Indian pride swelled because of one thing: cricket.