Bhavabhuti wrote a Sanskrit drama titled Uttara Rama Charita, where he continued the story of Lord Rama and Sita after the
Scientists have developed a novel drug that could block glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer from spreading.
The Forth Edition of the Food for Thought Fest concluded in the capital city celebrating the diverse culinary heritage of the South Asian r
This workshop lets you experience that life for a short while, to help you make up your mind
The importance of an Acharya is stressed in religious literature. In fact, an Acharya is shown even more respect than God
Latha Rajinikanth’s Peace for Children initiative aims to provide a happy and safe childhood
The Subramanya Bhujanga is a brilliant hymn of Adi Sankara that extols Lord Muruga’s ineffable supremacy even as it conf
It’s the leap from feeling shame to feeling pride that many gay men and women find hard to make
In stately colonial homes, hearty meals were invariably followed by the hookah and brandy-pawnee
The India Beach Fashion Week was an ode to the LGBTQ community. Animal prints and tribal prints dominated the fashion show.
Syrian journalist Kholoud Waleed speaks of how she began and still runs an underground newspaper against the Bashar al-Ass
Though tradition speaks of Siva and Sakti as separate beings for purposes of worship, together they represent an equality
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) presented the Reinvented Toilet Expo in Beijing, China, on November 6, at whi
‘The Fore Caddy’ written by V. Sanjay Kumar from Bangalore received the first prize at the prestigious UK Bridport Prize 2018.
For many Delhiites, pollution doesn’t ‘feel’ like an active concern; it’s more an abstract
In 2002, Bollywood was banned. In 2018, not just cinema halls but cinema itself is dying in Manipur
Vedanta shows that everything in this eternal cycle of creation, from the smallest to the biggest or subtlest, owes its ex
Dastaan Live, a genre-defying act, is a work in progress. And the audience is part of the work
Perhaps in a first, an Amrita Sher-Gil painting whose subject is still alive, is up for auction
Words like 'environment', 'relationship' and 'culture' were habitually used alongside toxic throughout 2018.
In this concluding part on AIR Madras, which has completed 80 years, former producers share their memories
What is a day in the life of people who grow your food? November being Slow Food’s Thank a Farmer Month, we find out
‘Singing priest,’ Fr. (Dr) Paul Poovathingal explains the techniques to improve vocal intensity
Many stories related by Suka in the Bhagavata Purana carry the strong message about how the sense of I and Mine, the ahamk
A hundred years on, Chennai pays homage to the many soldiers who lost their lives in combat in the First World War and all
WhatsApp greetings blight our dawns. Their synthetic piety is like catnip to do-gooders.
Meghan’s furry friend, Faber, provides the comic artist with emotional support and ‘so much material’
The greatness of Devi cannot be described, just as the scriptures state that Brahman is beyond the reach of all human reso
'Through The Glass', an exhibition of three artists from Delhi, offers a peek into intensely personal yet relatable expressions.
India is estimated to be home to about 97,700 children with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM)
Tirupur-based Lalith Kumar Natarajan will share his love for the Royal Enfield at this year’s edition of Rider Mania in
Hanuman emerges as a symbol of all that is considered ideal and perfect as far as human attainments are concerned from Val
The 11th edition of the World Anglo-Indian Reunion will take place in Chennai next year, from January 7 to January 13
Periyazhvar says in a verse, that when he is old, he will be unable to think of the Lord. The ills of old age will keep hi
SpiNNaker, the supercomputer completely re-thinks the way conventional computers work and will help neuroscientists unlock some of the secr
The award-winning feminist says she stands on the shoulders of all the women writers who came before her