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Greenlandic anorak not hoodie: What we can learn from Kielsen about preserving cultural heritage

By Ishan Kukreti Culture is the bedrock of human psychological makeup. Apart from forming attitudes, beliefs and even preferences, culture gives a person an identity,...

The fault with us: How we give birth to racism & why it’s wrong to blame Sharad Yadav alone

By Harshmeet Singh While the Parliament was busy discussing the critical insurance bill last week, JDU chief Sharad Yadav had this to say – "Your...

Finding Chirpiness: On this World House Sparrow Day, lets aim to bring them back

By Harshmeet Singh Once a common visitor to the households in India, it was the distinct chirpiness of the house sparrows that signalled the advent...

How social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter have become the fifth pillar of democracy

By Arnab Mitra “The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the...

How PM Narendra Modi’s overseas visits are making world aware of Hinduism

By Devika Sharma India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Mauritius was a balanced mix of promoting the essence of Hindu culture along with...

From flight to birth: How India showed world the way to demystify science

By Devika Sharma Since times immemorial, people have tried to address the missing link between modern technology and ancient mysticism. But rarely has anyone been...

Why the work culture in Indian govt offices is responsible for corporate espionage

By Harshmeet Singh The recent series of CBI raids in the capital, where two Government officials have been arrested, suggest that there are still a...

Still not human enough? How the Indian govt is failing its fight against manual scavenging

By Harshmeet Singh When they said no job is too small or derogatory to perform, they certainly left out the practice of manual scavenging. Almost...

How small acts of transparency by AAP are taking Delhi towards good governance

By Devika Sharma The “Common Man” party’s fledgling performance has galvanized political participation in a huge way as hoards of people across India are rushing...

How govt can provide better healthcare system to more than 125 crore people in India

With a population of more than 125 crore, contemporary India yearns for another opportunity to become a global leader. Looking at our credentials of...

Ban on India’s daughter: Why UK and the rest of the world need to clean up their dirt first

By Harshmeet Singh Global headlines have centred around India in the past one week, owing to the Government’s ban on BBC documentary, India’s Daughter. Significantly,...

Why BBC’s documentary ‘India’s Daughter’ is not a usual case of artistic freedom

By Ishan Kukerti The ghost of 2012 Delhi Gang rape is here to haunt the nation again, making people cringe and boil with a sense...

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Over 90% Of Indians Feel Included In Video Calls; Say It Improves Mental Health

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The History Of Tattoos

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How Does The Body React When You Are Diagnosed with Covid-19?

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