POETRY COLUMN POETRY EDITOR ANANYA S GUHA’S NOTE: Aruna Dhir’s poems have a meandering note and are marked […]
In Malaysia, Kollywood (read South Indian movies) have contributed both positively and negatively to the Indian community in general
JANICE PARIAT on stereotypes and racism
Women, peace and disarmament activist from Manipur, Binalakshmi Nepram has received death threats
Kailash Satyarthi’s moment of glory coincided with a UK court’s refusal to extradite Raymond Varley, a British paedophile, who allegedly abused and tortured children in a Goa orphanage for close to two decades.
Our journey began in Denver, Colorado. We were on a 10- day long trip to the South Western USA. We are no strangers to city travels. Give us a map, and a list of good restaurants and any city becomes our oyster. But this was going to be a different trip.
A two-day International Conference on ‘Media’s Role in Facilitating Peace in Conflict Situation in Northeast India and Neighbouring Countries’ was held in Arunachal Pradesh recently
Merely three years old, the Ziro Festival of Music has become a favourite amongst musicians and non-musicians alike writes Ranju Dodum
Its 10:00pm in Penang, Malaysia, (7:30pm IST), time to catch up on Sun TV live Indian news. More than anything, for the last few months, the headlines start with PM Narendra Modi and soon it’s all about the protests here and there all over Tamil Nadu and if any, other parts of India.
India did never compete at the FIFA World Cup finals. But soon enough things could change with introduction of the Indian Super League writes Uzair Hasan Rizvi