Braving both danger and tedium, women are carving out a niche in the world of private investigation
"When I was 10, someone told me about it, and I remember saying that’s not possible: I won’t allow that," says Yedu Krishna, first Dalit to be appointed temple priest by the Travancore Devaswom Board.
Western UP Jats validate future alliances with ‘close’ castes. Assumed valour is the charm, but there are catches.
Your genes will foretell your vulnerabilities and Indian labs have begun to see the future. Thus forewarned, new therapies are the closest ever to a cure.
How Aesha Dutta, who fought cancer, pushed her doctors into innovating and not giving up...
New-age India has to get over the notion that heart diseases are male-centric. Several factors conspire to suppress the high cardiac health risk among females.
Is celibacy or singleness a prerequisite to seek an ideal world? It’s another matter that marital pleasures are fine for temple deities with their consorts.
Early 20th century saw several social reform movements in Kerala succeeding in varied degrees. Yet an undercurrent of casteism persists today to the benefit of politicians.
A school for kids of remote Himalayan villages. A school for Bhil-Bhilala children in the Vindhyas. People chasing dreams, despite the despair. No, idealism isn’t dead.
As India celebrate the 70th Independence Day, an excerpt from Krishna Sobti's recollections of the first I- Day celebrations in the capital-- “Goron apne gharon ko lauto/ab yeh desh hamara hai, ab yeh raaj hamara hai"
French cuisine drops its airs to make a promising entry in the Indian restaurant scene
Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar talks about national education policy and the key issues ailing the system in the country...
Adi Ganga, once carrier of the Ganga, now a neglected dribble, seems to be beyond repair
Women in Calcutta are leaving behind age-related bias by discovering the art of partying post-60
Indian women are warming towards a movement that seeks the return of traditional menstrual care
Preference for the male child hampers efforts to control India’s population
Zero standardisation, slow R&D, sub-par drugs... Ayurveda is ailing even after a ministry came up for it.
Jilted love, extortion or plain perversion, any of which can turn your filmed private moments to porn
Kerala has 5,400-odd people aged above 100. How do they remain healthy? A peek at the lives of four...
In two decades, India will be home to 120 million diabetics. There are ways, though, to survive the looming ‘epidemic’. Here’s what you can do.