Last week, India’s Supreme Court delivered no less than 20 news-making judgements affecting the lives of most 1.2 billion Indians. This was due to the outgoing Chief Justice Dipak Misra leaving his mark on India’s legal history, writes Kul Bhushan.
On the occasion of International Widows’ Day, Kul Bhushan reports on the plight of an estimated 258 million widows worldwide (46 million in India alone), who face an uncertain future and poverty.
In India, the sharing of food with others is an ancient important concept; yet sharing does not stop there, writes Naina.
Naina discovers the historical background and significance of Assam’s Namghars, the ethnic community prayer halls.
Excerpt from Arjuna’s (John Hogue’s) recently released book, ‘Trump Strikes Syria: and North Korea?’
A brochure written by Satya Vedant about the Osho Chair, its meaning and importance in today’s world.
Iam Saums writes about the illusion of choice, reality and fear, ultimately resulting in manipulation and the totalitarian approach.
Much evidence has been shown in books and documentaries about Jesus not having died on the cross but having traveled to India where his remains are kept, writes Bhagawati.
With soaring sales of military assault rifles for personal use, the gun debate is still sharply divided in the USA, writes Prem Geet.
Super Bowl 50 is an American football game to determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL).
Language is a great tool that offers many fascinating possibilities beyond simple daily communication. Here, Kaiyum’s playful way with words.
Naina explores the history of the wood apple, a fruit tree native to the Indian subcontinent and considered as being very sacred.
Naina writes about Durga Puja, the worship of the mother goddess, one of the most important festivals of India.
Marc documents the little-known interactions between Greece and India 2,000 years ago: East meets West, West meets East.
Naina writes about one of the last remaining matrilineal societies on the planet in Meghalaya, one of the seven sister states of North-East India. Meghalaya means ‘the abode of clouds’ in Sanskrit and other Indo-Iranian languages.