From the use of torchlights to signal their presence at night to encountering a community of sex workers pimped by their own family, a filmmaker made some startling discoveries.
The attacks raise concerns about the ruling Taliban’s ability to protect Afghanistan’s Shia community.
“I felt like I had no control over my life. My phone became a weapon.”
A Family of 11 Died in a Mass Suicide Three Years Ago. A New Netflix Series Shows Why It’s Not Over Yet.
“Every single member of the team, including me, had nightmares.”
Inside the life of an Indonesian man who hammers it out as a construction worker by day and moonlights as a viral content creator.
In many countries, the way a person dresses can trigger religious hate, and Kallol Datta is challenging the prejudice surrounding everyday clothes.
The second season of “Kota Factory” attempts to dive into the good, the bad and the ugly behind exams that promise students an entry into the world of six-figure salaries.
Shubnum Khan didn’t read the fine print when she posed for photos for an “art project.” Then, her face ended up selling everything – from McDonald’s to makeup.
From cooking it in cola to mixing it up with milkshake, I subjected my tastebuds to some of the most hyped recipes surrounding the famed instant noodles.
From India to Sri Lanka, two writers experience the wide gamut of faith – including its power to transform and destroy lives.
“When you can’t possibly escape anything, all you can be left with is talking to walls and inanimate objects.”
“Here, everyone is free to fall in love or fall out of it. Marriages aren’t sacrosanct because human beings, who created the institution, aren’t sacrosanct themselves.”