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I Chose To Have An Abortion, Yet This Is Why I Have A Right To

I did not want children, but just because I decided to go in for an abortion when contraception failed, it doesnt mean that I

Women's Web 2 Mar 2021 11:11 pm

This artisanal chocolatier wants to restore a heritage building in

Heritage David Belo is the owner of Naviluna chocolates, where they make chocolate using organic cacao grown in Karnataka and

The News Minute 27 Feb 2021 12:37 pm

Why Are All These Expectations Only On The Heads Of Women

Why is a woman always expected to adjust and bow down (jhuke rehna) when she knows she is right? Listen to my rant. Why is

Women's Web 26 Feb 2021 10:50 pm

Exploring Badami, the cradle of temple architecture in Karnataka

Travel Founded in the 6th century, Badami draws lovers of art, history and architecture from around the world even today.

The News Minute 26 Feb 2021 2:15 pm

For forgotten Kannada literature, these groups are turning into

Language Groups such as Sanchaya and Ruthumana have been working to digitally archive works of Kannada literature that arent

The News Minute 26 Feb 2021 12:22 pm

Looking for open air spaces to hang out? Check out these 6 Chennai

Food Keeping safety guidelines in mind about going out during the pandemic, here is a list of places in Chennai that have

The News Minute 25 Feb 2021 3:29 pm

They tied me up, sedated me: A probe into LGBTQI conversion therapy

LGBTQI+ While the intent of conversion therapy itself is violent, methods used by retreat centres and quacks add to the

The News Minute 22 Feb 2021 7:35 pm

Escape to Andhras Hamsaladeevi, where Krishna river merges with

Travel A popular tourist spot also referred to as Sagara Sangamam, Hamsaladeevi is about 30 km from Machilipatnam and 80 km

The News Minute 22 Feb 2021 6:42 pm

Meet the Kochi couple behind the popular title animations for

Art and Animation Kokaachi Studio, run by Pratheek and Tina, has worked on Lust Stories, Ghost Stories and, more recently,

The News Minute 21 Feb 2021 4:40 pm

Pulicat to Yelagiri: Here are some wonderful weekend getaways from

Travel We present an interesting list of places that you might want to check out when you want to catch a quick breather from

The News Minute 21 Feb 2021 4:06 pm

Using art to gain confidence: This Kerala art exhibition is

Art There are 117 paintings made by 26 girls of Kerala Mahila Samakhya Society, exhibited at Alliance Francaise in

The News Minute 20 Feb 2021 7:43 pm

The Big Fat Malabar Muslim wedding is all about food and how

Food Several quaint traditions revolving around the newlyweds and food make up the wedding. Sreedevi Jayarajan When in

The News Minute 20 Feb 2021 1:55 pm

Chachuru tells really short tales of a Kerala boys adventures

Books Two Nikhil Narayanans worked on the book, one to write the stories, another to illustrate them. Cris Nikhil Narayanan (

The News Minute 19 Feb 2021 6:31 pm

From Bharathapuzha to Kalpathy: Palakkad is a medley of nature,

TRAVEL Swaying palmyras, vast vistas of paddy fields and the mountains of the Sahya range herald a welcome to Palakkad.

The News Minute 19 Feb 2021 6:01 pm

This Coimbatore family runs a free funeral service for those in

HUMAN INTEREST The Thaimai Trust, run by Satheesh and his family, also provides aid to those in need in the event of natural

The News Minute 18 Feb 2021 6:02 pm

The Trichy cigar connection between Sherlock Holmes, Alfred

CULTURE Tobacco for the cigars was sourced from as far as Cuba and was fermented in fruits, jaggery and honey, giving them

The News Minute 18 Feb 2021 5:42 pm

This Andhra beach is a tourist destination after featuring in '

Travel Earlier, the Pedapatnam shore was an unexplored spot, as many preferred the more commercial Manginapudi beach nearby.

The News Minute 17 Feb 2021 11:48 am

Eegalapenta: A charming weekend getaway from Hyderabad

Travel and Tourism Eegalapenta is located about 190 km from Hyderabad and is perfect for a drive or ride with family or

The News Minute 16 Feb 2021 3:03 pm

The tale of Chalai, Keralas oldest market that is thriving even

Nostalgia Located in Thiruvananthapuram, the Chalai market, which is believed to have existed since the 14th century, is a

The News Minute 16 Feb 2021 1:34 pm

Why Dont Women Have The Freedom Of Political Speech & Trolled

Women, please have an opinion on politics and express it, even if everybody else disagrees with you. Because the political is

Women's Web 13 Feb 2021 11:00 am

Of monuments and memories: What it's like to be a tourist guide in

Tourism Despite knowing that it is not a lucrative career option, many tourist guides have dug their heels in the field out

The News Minute 12 Feb 2021 7:47 pm


As I write this column, India is driving the worlds largest vaccination programme ever performed in modern history. The two

The Week 11 Feb 2021 9:10 pm

Sarva pindi: The delicious pancake-shaped snack from Telangana

Food A lesser-known but tasty snack, sarva pindi is made using rice flour, lentils, cumin, ginger, carrots, coriander and

The News Minute 11 Feb 2021 7:47 pm

Visiting Chennai's Kannagi Nagar, a year after it was given 'art

Civic issues While some of the residents are appreciative of the art on the walls, it is to be noted that the some houses in

The News Minute 11 Feb 2021 11:42 am

Meet Shukkur, the Kerala man waiting to revive literary discussions

Human Interest Every month Shukkur used to hold informal book discussions at the shop for literature enthusiasts with writers

The News Minute 10 Feb 2021 7:37 pm

Memories of Broadway: The 100-yr-old shopping lane that Kochiites

Nostalgia Broadway evokes a deep sense of nostalgia for Kochi residents and for those who have moved to distant lands from

The News Minute 10 Feb 2021 1:24 pm

Fragile Bride, Meek Wife, Fiery Rebel: How 3 Songs In Great Indian

Oru Kudum, Chemrantham, Neeye Bhuvin the 3 songs beautifully showcase the woman protagonists character arc in The Great

Women's Web 9 Feb 2021 11:19 pm

Meet the Chennai woman behind one of India's largest sea turtle

Interview Dr Supraja Dharini, founder of TREE Foundation, was recently honoured by the prestigious Explorers Club as one

The News Minute 9 Feb 2021 1:10 pm

Privacy concerns loom as Union govt begins Health ID enrolment in

The Union government on January 27 directed all government and private schools and colleges in Puducherry to begin enrolling

The News Minute 8 Feb 2021 2:03 pm

Kerala's chayakkada: How the tea shop has shaped politics, cinema

Culture It was in the 19th century that tea shops were first set up in Kerala, and since then, they have become an integral

The News Minute 6 Feb 2021 3:18 pm

Beyond food, why Kochi's Cafe Viibee has become a popular spot for

Food The owners, Vimal and Biyon, are proud that many creative projects, music bands and movies included, have had their

The News Minute 4 Feb 2021 4:06 pm

How the past and present collide in Moula Ali Dargah, Hyderabad's

Travel Visitors from all religions visit the shrine throughout the day, from devotees who offer namaz to tourists who come to

The News Minute 3 Feb 2021 6:50 pm

Why Are Indian Wives Mocked If They Want To Doll Up Post Motherhood

Why do Indians, especially husbands, make fun of their wives for having an interest in grooming, dressing up, make-up, etc.,

Women's Web 3 Feb 2021 1:15 am

More than just a bath towel: An ode to the Kerala thorth

Handloom To refer to the thorth as just a bath towel is a gross injustice to its spectrum of usage. Sreedevi Jayarajan The

The News Minute 2 Feb 2021 3:21 pm

This TN women's group is one of the first to harvest moringa honey

Human Interest With the help of the social arms of corporate companies, the women have been trained in beekeeping and have

The News Minute 2 Feb 2021 1:50 pm

The Myntra Logo Controversy And The Pitfalls Of Imagination

The Myntra logo controversy. In my humble opinion, this has been just another storm in a teacup, and a display of the

Women's Web 2 Feb 2021 1:00 am


Since the advent of internet technology in the early 1990s, the world is dealing with swarm drones! This is a huge leap, all

The Week 14 Jan 2021 5:01 pm


No city can survive by smothering its municipalities. The Delhi government owes approximately Rs13,000 crore to the Municipal

The Week 17 Dec 2020 11:00 pm


The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has always been perceived as an extremely effective agency, which is entrusted with

The Week 19 Nov 2020 10:05 pm


The agitation against the new laws allowing farmers to market their produce outside the agriculture produce market committee

The Week 9 Oct 2020 9:52 pm


India is one of the few countries that have brought out policies in alignment with the sustainable development goals (SDGs)

The Week 27 Aug 2020 8:33 pm


The construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is neither anti-secular nor anti-dalit. In fact, August 5, 2020, will be marked

The Week 13 Aug 2020 4:03 pm


The disagreements between Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot have added

The Week 30 Jul 2020 9:55 pm


In a major push for gender reform, the Union home ministry is set to allow transgender persons to join paramilitary forces

The Week 16 Jul 2020 9:01 pm


The shocking revelation that the Communist Party of China donated money to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF), in 2006-2007,

The Week 2 Jul 2020 10:02 pm


The Union government is eyeing the positive growth in the agricultural sector to revive the Covid-19-battered economy. The

The Week 18 Jun 2020 8:12 pm