"We have set safety standards for milk to be followed that have been given out to states. Every state has food safety commissioners who are supposed to keep a check on the quality of milk," says Pawan Kumar Agarwal, chief exe
Organic, adulterant-free milk is all the rage, dairy-free milks have flooded the market, the polypack industry is working on quality assurance after surveys fail samples. We capture the churn in the milk market.
Marathi cinema is on a roll with the films getting increasingly bigger and better. Big studios are pumping in more money, new awards are being launched and even Bollywood stars are eyeing the industry with renewed interest
From coffee-table books and translations to feminist narratives and quirky literature, a handful of independent publishers in the country are carving a niche for themselves on the back of their varied offerings
Interestingly, the trend is being spotted not just in India, but the world over, with translators being recognised and fêted. At the 69th National Book Awards to be held in November this year, for instance, translators will
Sujatha Gidla started writing a book on caste oppression when she realised that the answers to the questions she posed to her mother and uncle about their lives in India needed to be told to a wider audience.
“At a time when power regimes have become hostile to the media and when a vast section of the public which consumes media has become sceptical of it, the onus comes on news organisations to tell the truth,” feels Pulitzer
On the sidelines of the ongoing Jaipur Literature Festival, the American journalist and novelist tells Smitha Verma about the time he interviewed Indira Gandhi and wrote the first news story about Bollywood in America.
At 25 years of age, she has published two poetry books, Milk and Honey and The Sun and her Flowers, which sold over a million copies. Canadian poet of Punjabi descent Rupi Kaur tells Smitha Verma at JLF what it means to be an
The activist, who runs Awaaz Foundation (an advocacy organisation working on environmental pollution) in Mumbai, has been relentlessly leading the fight against noise pollution for almost two decades and had now taken up the
Today, one in three Internet users in the world is a child, making children more susceptible to the dangers lurking in the dark corners of the Web. But with no fixed regulatory mechanism to protect children from online danger