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T M Krishna's Delhi Concert Postponed Amidst Waves of Criticism

This is barbarism, not mere intolerance, says scholar Ramachandra Guha
Features

The Empathy Code

Through an exclusive interaction with Satya Nadella, Reader's Digest follows the inspiring journey of a young man from south India who rose to be CEO of Microsoft and is leading its revival with a human touch.

Voices & Views

Unmasking Aadhaar

Will the UIDAI listen to the harassed and needy?

True Stories

Dance Therapy

The magic of the arts -- how it can liberate and empower

Image Credit: ©WAYHOME studio/Shutterstock; Illustrations by Harry Campbell
Health & Wellness

Diabetes: What's New and What's Next

Diabetes is an international health emergency ... but here’s the good news: Amazing breakthroughs offer winning strategies for diabetics today. Here are six that are already here or on the way.

Illustrations By Keshav Kapil
Features

If Kids Ruled the World

Children share their unique plans for the future.

Art of Living

I Hear You

How couples can improve their listening skills

Photo illustration by Nilanjan Das
Books and Culture

How to Recognize a Trustworthy Doctor

Two physicians unravel the secrets to finding a rational, ethical medical practitioner.

Books and Culture

Devika Rangachari's Favourite Children's Books

Dr Devika Rangachari is an award-winning children’s writer whose book, Queen of Ice, is on the White Ravens list. Her other books include Harsha Vardhana and Growing Up (on the Honour List of the International Board on Books for Young People).

Art of Living

The Inside Story on Air Pollution

The dirt on indoor air pollution: the silent killer in your home

Sold to the Islamic State as a Sex Slave : Nadia Murad's Terrifying Encounter with Militants
Books and Culture

Sold to the Islamic State as a Sex Slave : Nadia Murad's Terrifying Encounter with Militants

Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad recounts the shocking torture she faced at the hands of the militants of the Islamic State.

Air, The Silent Killer
Books and Culture

Air, The Silent Killer

Exposure to contaminated air (and water) kills three times as many people as AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined, and nearly fifteen times more than war and all forms of violence, according to the Lancet Commission on Air Pollution.

The #MeToo (R)Evolution
Voices & Views

The #MeToo (R)Evolution

Women, finding no recourse to sexual assault and harassment, take matters in their own hands

She Handpicked Him, He Shot Her Dead
Books and Culture

She Handpicked Him, He Shot Her Dead

Retracing the chilling events of the day Indira Gandhi's trusted guard Beant Singh along with Satwant Singh assassinated her 34 years ago

To Fail Without Feeling Like A Failure
Art of Living

To Fail Without Feeling Like A Failure

In a culture of tough love and tougher parenting, we need to give ourselves permission to ease up.