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tech-science

Nobody Knows Why Hundreds of People Died at This Creepy Himalayan Lake

Hundreds of people mysteriously died over a millennium at "Skeleton Lake" in the Himalayas according to a new study, making the creepy location even more mysterious.
Becky Ferreira
8.20.19
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India Launches Its First Unmanned Spacecraft to the Far Side of the Moon

Stargazers in Australia are thought to have spotted the rocket as it blasted into the stratosphere.
Gavin Butler
7.23.19
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People Can Exchange Trash for Free Food at India's First 'Garbage Cafe'

All the plastic waste collected will be recycled and used to build stronger roads.
Shamani Joshi
7.22.19
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Parts of Asia Are On Their Way to Becoming Unliveable

Studies have found that living in some Indian cities might soon become a gamble.
Meera Navlakha
7.19.19
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Indian Footballer Sunil Chhetri Just Beat Messi to Become the Second Highest International Goal Scorer

The veteran Indian forward just took his tally up to 70 goals.
Shamani Joshi
7.9.19
Drugs

I Lost Myself to India's Chemsex Scene and Overdosed, but Survived to Tell the Story

In the chemsex scene, drug abuse is more than just a health hazard.
Sadam Hanjabam
7.8.19
Sports

How India’s First Female Surfer Is Transforming a Little Village into a Paradise

From teaching the locals how to swim to holding skateboarding workshops for the village school, we scratch beneath the surf-ace of Forbes Asia 30 under 30 2019 honouree, Ishita Malaviya.
Shamani Joshi
4.11.19
Drugs

The World's Other Opioid Crisis

How the war on drugs forces sick, poor people to die in unnecessary agony.
JS Rafaelli
4.5.19
personal essay

My Indian Mother's Refusal to Cook Taught Me Everything About Womanhood and Food

There is plenty to tell about my mother, but no recipes bound and weighted by rituals, no tales of a mother figure carrying the weight of my family’s life at the table.
Sharanya Deepak
3.11.19
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Opium-Addicted Parrots Keep Raiding Poppy Farms in India

Poppy farmers are being forced to guard their crops against the drug-addled birds, who get high off the narcotic effects of the plant.
Gavin Butler
2.28.19
Drugs

How the Drug War Eats the Poor

According to a new report by the NGO Health Poverty Action, prohibition drives poverty and criminality in places like Brazil and India.
JS Rafaeli
2.4.19
Beauty

10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Hand Model

"Hand jobs" aren’t as easy as they look.
Parthshri Arora
12.4.18
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