Architects across the country are engaging more and more with ecological, or biological, architecture, preferring to use resources and materials closest at hand. Easy on the environment and sustainable, such buildings are not
At Penguin Random House India's recent The Penguin Annual Lecture in Mumbai, acclaimed historian-professor and author Yuval Noah Harari spoke on ‘The New Challenges of the 21st Century’ to a packed audience of over 1,0000
Following in the footsteps of her mentor Gaggan in making Indian-inspired cuisine famous in Thailand, Mumbai-born Garima Arora has managed to win a Michelin star for her Bangkok restaurant Gaa, announced earlier this week.
In the years since Daan Utsav has started, it has encouraged and motivated millions of people to give back to society. In 2017, several people from all walks of life participated in more than 10,000 events across 1,000 citie.
Witches, mermaids, pixies, fairies, dragons, gnomes, a giant and the famous mouse reporter, Geronimo Stilton. If all these characters are not enough to capture children's attention, throw in some vivid animation, 3D effects,
Banaras and the Other, a collection of poems, the first of a trilogy on religious cities in India, by Ashwani Kumar, senior fellow of ICSSR at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, was launched in the national capita
On the ocassion of World Book and Copyright Day on Monday, Puffin India has partnered with Flipkart and UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office for the release of a new edition of The Puffin Book of Folktales.
While speaking at the inaugural session of the 6th conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, India Region, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar called for a law which will ensure a reservation for women.
An 85-year-old cardiologist working on advanced areas, like tissue engineering and genomics could be a potential gamechanger for the healthcare industry. The driving force behind all these innovations are technology professio