How Free Are We In An India On The Brink Of A Fake News Explosion?

For people in India, the biggest challenge while accessing the internet is to distinguish between truth and falsehood, factually authenticated information and fake news and even between misinformation and disinformation.
Voices & Views

A Star Is Born

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, born into a hard-working, middle-class family, went on to become a cricketing legend. Here, vignettes from his boyhood and what inspired him

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Books and Culture

Becoming An Obama

Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama vividly recalls her struggles in the early years of her marriage

Illustration by ASHVINI MENON
True Stories

When Angie Met Sochi

A Cambodian taxi driver's devoted 'romance' with Miss Jolie

Art of Living

Debunking Suicide Myths

Understanding suicide and how you can prevent it

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Health & Wellness

Fix Issues at Work

Working at a desk all day long can give you neck and shoulder pain. Get relief by practising these simple yoga poses.

Features

How Travelling Has Changed Me

Seeing a way of life other than yours can be a big learning, and it can sometimes lead to transformation within.

Photo: iStock.com/Backyard Production
Health & Wellness

Alcohol Reality Check

The truth about the risks of drinking

Humour

A City Flooded

A unique driving exercise, gluttonous rodents and a big fat Indian wedding.

Untitled (2017), by Aji V. N. Oil on canvas, 45 × 91 cm. Image courtesy: Anil Rane.
Books and Culture

In the Thicket of Trees

Aji V. N. paints his love for nature.

T M Krishna's Concert Back On After Delhi Government Offers To Host The Event
Features

T M Krishna's Concert Back On After Delhi Government Offers To Host The Event

The concert, which had been postponed earlier, is now scheduled to be held at the Garden of Five Senses near Saket on Saturday at 6:30 p.m.

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.

An Era of Goodness
True Stories

An Era of Goodness

From the pages of memory and nostalgia, a reader remembers a thoughtful act by an unknown man

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