A gritty portrayal of a gang rape in 2012 won filmmaker Richie Mehta’s ‘Delhi Crime’ international recognition for ‘Best Drama Series’. On the ground, though, has much changed?
The South Asian country routinely reports stories of children falling into wells left by farmers or illegal water collection. What is being done?
Despite inconclusive records, some Indians have been obsessing over historical links with the US President-elect.
“I feel like I can relate to her, and when someone you can relate to achieves something at this scale, you feel like you can too.”
It's a playlist where Qawwali music can be heard next to a meditative string quartet; where rap is followed by ambient and lo-fi electronica.
Despite the ongoing talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government, the violence in the country continues unabated.
Danial K Afzal, who recently released a short film on the struggles of a rape survivor, opens up about the reluctance of talking about rape in Pakistan, and why films have the power to mobilise.
“If women were given justice the proper way, we wouldn’t be here.”
Abhijeet Solanki, a seven-year-old from Gujarat, had received up to 80 blood transfusions as a treatment for thalassemia major. Then his sister was born.
Indians facing cultural intolerance and racism by outsiders via food is not new. Are “unpopular takes” reducing the complexity of Indian cuisine?
Early this week, the Indian Navy deployed its first set of women combat aviators in frontline warships.
Indian lawyer and tech policy expert Sarvjeet Singh breaks down why the probe into Facebook’s alleged role in Indian politics is significant, and whether it would lead anywhere.