Vaccine shortage has triggered panic and anger, but projections suggest 200 crore shots will be available by December
Many kids have lost both parents to Covid. How capable is India’s adoption system in protecting them from trafficking and other dangers?
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) chief Priyank Kanoongo says it is the responsibility of Child Welfare Committees...
The former MP and don’s work for the Covid-hit is interrupted by his arrest in a 1989 kidnapping case
Politics brought them together. Politics drove them apart. But Kerala’s Iron Lady, Gouri Amma, lived and died with her husband’s memories by her side.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s military action on Palestinian settlements pushes the volatile region into a tailspin once again
Headlines from around the world last week
“Even if you have read and reread it, Dante always has something new to tell us.” Italy celebrates an icon. The richest tributes are happening in Ravenna.
Home chefs are offering flavourful victuals to not only the affluent gourmet; they are serving affordable, specially-made food to the aged and the Covid-affected too.
Cancer? Covid? Or just depression? Fret not. Dr Pragya Singh Thakur has got you covered. In effulgent yellow.
A second Konark temple? That improbable feat may have come about, but we have lost the man...
The LTTE and the ISI? Did you ever think there could be a connection there. A Manoj Bajpayee-starrer...
Passing through: A chuckle here, a teardrop there.
Shreyas Talpade, that deaf and mute boy-cricketer in Iqbal, a milestone movie from 2005, has since evolved. A conversation with Lachmi Deb Roy on why the craftsman in him yearns for an Iqbal
The warp and weft of Partition history define the Sindhis—the diaspora and those in India