Subhuti on why non-doing is sometimes the best thing to do – especially if you’re famous!
Marita Coppes would love to see municipalities or individuals designating and protecting forests in memory of all those lost to the coronavirus.
Nepal, the eternal Himalayan abode of Shiva and Gautam Buddha is gradually being lured into a lethal trap by the atheist communist party of China, writes Chaitanya Keerti.
Kul Bhushan reports from New Delhi about the Inkpot India Conclave on Indian culture, with emphasis on gender equality.
Historic Sikh celebrations are held in India and Pakistan on the eve of the 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak – the founder of Sikhism, writes Kul Bhushan.
A rather large part of the population in various countries is lately feeling called upon to demonstrate, writes Bhagawati.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the Moon, on 20 July 1969, Subhuti puts the space race in historic perspective and comments on the significance of the photo of the earth taken from Apollo 8, the first manned circumnavigation of the moon, on 21 December 1968.
Subhuti shows how confusion, disagreement and debate over Brexit is the sign of a healthy democracy at work.
Julian Assange’s recent arrest in London, UK, is being widely reported in the media, writes Bhagawati. (The article includes a video-interview by journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, John Pilger.)
Pope Benedict blames the swinging sixties for sexual abuse and can’t seem to remember his own church’s history, writes Subhuti in this well-researched piece.
Subhuti comments on Priyanka Chopra taking on the role of Osho’s former secretary, Sheela, and producing the film.
The relentless hunting-down plans for WikiLeaks’ publisher are again coming to a head. His ongoing persecution is widely seen as a threat for freedom of speech. But not enough is being done to support him, and the nature of the charges against him are not transparent.