Overshadowed as a communication channel by the telephone, email, mobile, messaging apps and social media, the post office still remains relevant in the country on the back of its high-return savings schemes and accessibility.
Mother, daughter, sister, wife—these are just some roles a woman plays in her life. But if you separate the relation they share with you, how do you see them? Many societies around the world prefer to see women the way they
Rana Safvi attempts to address with her new book, The Forgotten Cities of Delhi, the second in her Where Stones Speak trilogy. The book makes an attempt to bring people closer to the city and its history through the monuments
People today don’t see the ruins. For them, only the swanky and tall buildings matter. Ruins are seen as picnic spots or quiet places for couples to spend time in. Of all the people who go there, only 20-30% consider it a m
On June 25, a day before Hicky was to be put on the stand in the courtroom, Hicky’s Bengal Gazette—the newspaper started by Hicky in 1780—issued a statutory warning, saying his arrest had put freedom of speech on trial.
Water, the elixir of life, has become one of the biggest crisis points in the world today. As cities and villages grapple with acute water shortage, some evangelists have a solution in the form of water ATMs.
Launched on YouTube in April, Maestros in Studio delves deep into the realms of Carnatic and Hindustani classical music. Musicians from across India, mainly in their late 20s and early 30s, have collaborated to produce around
From Madhya Pradesh’s Khajuraho temples to Tamil Nadu’s Pancha Rathas monument complex, India has always had a glorious tradition of sculpture art. Over the years, though, other forms of art pushed sculptures into the sha
There is a call for women-led development instead of women development. We bring you stories of some women from across the country who have become catalysts of progress for themselves, the community and even nature.